Poltergeist Curse Claims Everyone’s Lives

In most time travel fantasies that involve changing history, the catalyst for a butterfly effect throughout history is more often than not somebody dying. You kill Hitler, or you stop Abe Lincoln from dying, or something – and history changes. When somebody dies, you’re removing a person’s decisions, interactions and all from the world.

Which is why the Poltergeist Curse has had such an ineffable effect on history. For most, the Poltergeist Curse is simply that people keep making unnecessary sequels and now a remake of Tobe Hooper’s classic haunted house movie; or else it’s being damned to hear your know-it-all friend endlessly tell you about how Steven Spielberg really directed it.


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