Hi i am Ruben Figueroa. I am a chemistry teacher here in the Philippines and i am also an enthusiast regarding all things paranormal. Let's talk about movies, scary movies. Sure sure, i know you've seen the paranormal activity films, sixth sense, ghost, etc. etc. and probably enjoyed them like i did. But does these films really give the viewer a reason to rethink the world around him? Not that that was the first intention of movie makers in the first place...Or most of these movies are watched only for pure entertainment and thrill. I'm not saying that they should really make all paranormal themed movies to deliberately spark genuine academic interest as that falls unto the viewer's own decision, but couldn't they at least base some of their new ones on folklore, myths and folk legends rather than the overused collection of urban legends? And also don't get me started on films like Shark In Venice (2007), House of Wax (2005), The Happening (2008), and The Wicker Man (2006) which turned out to be a laugh trip. These films i listed are only one of the many horror films that had so much potential but were thrown away like your yesterday's cat poop. I mean, seriously? Wicker Man? Nicholas Cage punching women in a bear suit?