You’d be surprised by what your zodiac sign says about you. Even if you’re not into reading your horoscope, it’s still interesting to see how well your astrological chart can predict what kind of person you are. If you love gory, scary movies, horror film victim astrology is right up your alley.
Using the zodiac to analyze movie characters may sound ridiculous, but it's shocking how well they line up with astrological signs. Is there anything more tantalizing than discovering whether you’re more of a Laurie Strode or Heather Donahue? This horror movie horoscope delves into the emotional ins and outs of each fictional figure, explaining how their actions reflect the traits of different zodiac signs.
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Aries constantly fight for their beliefs. They aren't afraid to jump into the deep end and figure something out. These characteristics are the true signs of a final girl, and Laurie Strode is the apex final girl.
She doesn't just survive an assault by Michael Myers. She saves the lives of the kids she's babysitting, defending them with everything from a butcher knife to a clothes hanger. Like Aries, she's unstoppable.
Taurus (April 20 - May 20): Judy From 'Sleepaway Camp'Photo: Shout! Factory
The ultimate Earth sign, Taurus is ruled by a desire for base pleasure. People with this zodiac sign operate at two speeds: super laid back or full-speed ahead. That's Judy, who's either making life a living hell for Angela at Camp Arawak, or sleeping in her bunk. Unfortunately, it's the sleeping in her bunk thing that cements her status as a horror movie victim.
Gemini (May 21 - June 20): The Grady Twins From 'The Shining'Photo: Warner Bros.
Gemini is forever tethered to the idea of duality. This sign represents communication and mischief. That description already feels a bit like the Grady twins, who were victims of their bloodthirsty father.
In their brief appearance in The Shining, the ghostly twins let Danny know that the rest of his time at the Overlook Hotel will be dangerous - and they'd like to play with him forever and ever and ever.
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Cancers are helpful, nurturing, and patient - which is probably why Casey stays on the phone with the killer(s) in Scream for so long. Cancer is a sign that needs to feel secure, and her situation is anything but safe in the opening scene of the film. It's terrifying to watch her answer subjective horror trivia questions while her boyfriend is tied up and gutted.
The Cancer sign encourages people to "go with their gut," which makes her final moments on screen even more ironic.