I just saw the 2007 remake of "The Hitcher". http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0455960/ It occurred to me that neither I, nor anyone else on this forum, would make it past the first 20 minutes of any horror flick. So these two college kids pick up the hitchhiker (Sean Bean in his typical bad guy role). Within minutes, the hitcher has revealed himself as an untrustworthy type. He breaks the kids' cell phone in half, pulls out a switchblade (the blade is caked with dried blood, presumably that of another victim), snatches the girl by the hair and threatens to kill her unless the boy "stops" him. This is 10 to 15 minutes into the film. I realized that if I was the lead male in this movie, but it's just me playing myself, and I found myself in that situation, the credits would be rolling no later than the 20 minute mark. At the end, the camera would still pan out on a shot of the BG, lying dead in a pool of his own blood. We'd just skip all the stuff in the middle. It would make for a very boring movie. So I'll restate my theory - no one on this forum would last more than 15-20 minutes in any horror movie. Can anyone disprove it? Any horror/slasher/suspense movie where a GWL holder would have to run for it, survive for the duration, or otherwise not resolve the situation at the first sign of conflict?