Get Paid $1,300 To Watch 13 Stephen King Movies by Halloween

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Here’s how you can get paid $1,300 to watch 13 Stephen King movies

Are you looking for a new job? Do you love watching horror movies? If so, you have a chance to earn $1,300 by watching 13 films based off of Stephen King’s novels by Halloween.

The job opportunity is presented by in preparation for the upcoming Georgia-filmed movie “Doctor Sleep”.

During the horror binge, you will be asked questions such as which movie did you like the most, did you watch the movie alone, and how fast was your heart rate going with each scary scene

You answer’s questions and you will get $1,300.

The website says an ideal candidate is someone who is detail-orientated enough to track their movie-watching experience and possibly share their screams on social media.

No degree is required and no drug test or background check will be performed. Applicants must be 18 years old or older and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to apply.

Here is the full list of movies you will watch:

  • “Carrie” (the original or the 2013 remake)
  • “Children of the Corn”
  • “Christine”
  • “Creepshow”
  • “Cujo”
  • “Dreamcatcher”
  • “It” (the original or the 2017 remake)
  • “The Mist”
  • “Pet Sematary” (the original or the 2019 remake)
  • “Salem’s Lot”
  • “The Shining” 
  • “Thinner”
  • “Misery”

Viewers will track their heartrate and jump scares, what they though before and after each viewing, their sleep pattern and whether or not they watched alone.

You can apply online, if you’re up to the spooky challenge. 

About Doctor Sleep:

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Ewan McGregor at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Christopher Robin’ held at the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, USA on July 30, 2018. (Tinseltown /

Doctor Sleep is based on the 2013 horror novel by Stephen King and is the sequel to his 1977 novel The Shining. King stated that it is a “return to balls-to-the-wall, keep-the-lights-on horror”. The book became a number one New York Times bestseller for print and ebook fiction, hardcover fiction, and ebook fiction. The novel also won the 2013 Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel.

The book centers around the events after The Shining. Danny Torrance remains psychologically traumatized as his mother Wendy slowly recovers from her injuries. Ghosts from the Overlook still want to find Danny and take his “shining” power. Dick Hallorann, the Overlook’s chef teaches Danny to create lockboxes in his mind to control the ghosts including the former Overlook owner Horace Derwent. The psychological trauma causes Dan to deal with anger and alcoholism. Dan spends years of his life drifting across the country until he decides to give up drinking. As a result, he develops psychic abilities that allow him to predict when someone is about to die, giving him the nickname “Doctor Sleep”.

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