If slasher movies aren't your cup of tea.
If you don't quite have the stomach for chainsaws and haunted houses (*raises hand*), but are still looking for a fright fest this Halloween, may we suggest the psychological thriller? This genre—filled with mystery, drama, and, of course, paranoia—is sure to make your stomach churn and your heart palpitate with fear, and yet won't make you necessarily fear every bump in the night. Here are the best thrillers to watch that aren't your standard slasher flick (but let's be honest: We'll still be sleeping with the lights on).
IndVoter: "But that extra revenue is quickly swallowed by spending on major mandatory programs—such as Social Security and Medicare—which saw their outlays climb by 6%." The same old BS blaming a taxpayer funded government program as the culprit. Social Security to date is not adding to the deficit, the Social Security fund as of end of 2018 the fund has a balance of $2.3 trillion and that's with a "T"; any shortfall on the monthly payout is deducted from the fund and NOT added to the deficit. But everyone wanting to get rid of Social Security has been blaming it for the deficit and that is not the case. I know that eventually the fund will be exhausted if the cap on Social Security taxable income is not raised or abolished.