Viewer be forewarned.
Watching movies with Medusa and her infamous snake head isn’t a good move to watch with your kids right before bedtime.
I found to my horror that I couldn’t sleep that night without seeing gigantic anaconda snakes wrap their coils around my prostrate body and squeeze every time I took a breath. The worst part about it was their mouths which opened with sharp pointed teeth aimed at my nose.
When it comes to watching movies, I love the creepy ones, the ones with ghosts and other paranormal stuff that puts most people into an uproar of protest. I can’t help myself. While I’m quaking on the living room couch with a blanket held for safe and fast inserting before my horrified eyes, I love watching those movies.
However, I now draw the line at watching anything with snakes writhing around or circling people’s faces or adorning their heads because it seems to have an adverse effect on my mind.
In my subconscious state, I seem to keep reliving the worst parts of the movie and actually identify with the victim as the snakes continue to attack my sleeping beauty body.
Can you imagine what Prince Charming must be seeing and thinking? A snake-wrapped princess? Horrors! He couldn’t possibly kiss anything that grotesque or can he?
My spouse says I have a morbid sense of humor.
So, I’m putting out this warning: