You Can Get Paid $1,000 to Watch 24 Hours of Horror Movies This Halloween


Bonus points if you can guess what movie the above image is from down in the comments!


With only a little over two weeks left until Halloween, many folks are still trying to figure out how they're gonna celebrate the holiday while maintaining safe social distancing practices. While some are attempting to "save trick or treating" with candyslides, candy delivery, etc., others are just opting to stay inside and enjoy a horror marathon. So, why not get paid for doing just that?


The teams at CableTV.com and HighSpeedInternet.com are partnering up to pay one lucky horror flick aficionado $1,000 to watch a nonstop, 24-hour movie marathon on a streaming service of their choice.


Basically, this is an opportunity for you to get paid to do what you were already probably going to do in the first place.


The companies will choose one (1) lucky horror fan to binge-watch 24 hours worth of horror movies on the streaming service of their choosing. There are absolutely no restrictions on what movies movies can be watched. The only guideline that must be followed is that the winner must tweet out regular updates on how the marathon is going and which films have been the scariest. The companies will also provide a $50 Starbucks gift card to keep you awake and finally award $1,000 for completion of the marathon.


Here's everything you need to do/know.


What you'll do:

  1. You’ll watch 24 hours of nonstop horror movies this Halloween on a streaming service of your choice. No restrictions on choice—you can re-watch classics like Night of the Living Dead or ridiculous horror comedies like Tammy and the T-Rex.

  2. You’ll tweet updates about your experiences hunkering down with horror films for 24 hours and tell everyone which movie is the scariest.

  3. The companies supply you with a $50 Starbucks gift card to keep you awake on the job, and $1,000.

Who they're looking for:

  • You’re at least 18 years old, a US citizen, and eligible to work in the United States.

  • You’re horror obsessed—and you can convince us of your devotion to everything dark and scary in a short bio.

How you can apply:

  • Just fill out the form here and you're good to go! Best of luck to all who enter!


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