I won't name any titles, but I'm not just happy when a good horror movie comes my way. I'm also relieved. And by "good," I of course mean "terrifying." Horror movies can be made on a low budget, don't need to use big stars, have free reign creatively if they're R-rated, and possess the rebellious spirit of rock. Horror films express social anxiety, which means they demonstrate the talent of the people who make them. If one happens to be good, it means that the culture and spirit of our society is developing and hasn't become stagnant. That's why a good horror movie makes me both happy and relieved.