When I was little, I always thought it would be cool to have a house with hidden rooms and secret passages.
Now, as a semi-adult, I realize that would be an awful idea. What if I got stuck in a hidden room? No one would be able to find me. Or, even worse…what if there was a secret room that I didn’t know about, and a psychokiller lived in that room?
The Pact is a perfect example of why secret rooms are a bad idea.
Here’s what I learned from the movie:
- Always pee with the door open. Even when other people are in the house.
- If you run outside after a ghost attack, don’t get too comfortable. You have to go back inside to get the child you forgot.
- If someone turns down ice cream, she’s definitely been attacked by a ghost.
- When at a motel, it’s totally safe to walk outside to the vending machine in only your tanktop and undies.
- It’s also totally safe to ride your motorcycle in the same outfit…as long as you put on a helmet.
Most importantly, I learned that just because a movie is called “The Pact” doesn’t mean there’s a pact mentioned in the movie…ever.
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