13: Fear Is Real Premiere
She too has brown hair. Now Cody. He is very punk rock and has a giant Mohawk he carefully anchors with a blue bandana wrapped around his head. Erica, who is very pretty, with giant gold earrings I can really get on board with. Adam, who is blonde and wearing an Abercrombie button down, reminds me of Dick from Veronica Mars. Kelly, also blonde and actressy. Ted, handsome guy with mile high, product-laden hair. Stefinie, who has an ice cream cone. Nasser, also handsome guy. He does not have a prop, unfortunately. Lauren, the blondest, juggiest, actressy-iest blonde actress of the bunch. She has a cell phone and mucho volume in her hairdo. Ryan, headphone enthusiast. Leah, normal-looking and our sole cred actress (I'll explain later).
Back to the bus. Leah explains that she hates the dark and fears monsters under her bed at home. She is here to overcome her greatest fears. We see the first of many shots of random spiders.
Lauren explains that she is aware that the ditsy blonde always dies first in these situations, but that she is sure she is going to win despite this.
Cody reveals that he has always been a giant horror geek, and that as a child he spent a lot of time in haunted houses and "abandoned mental institutions." He is here solely to find something to scare him.
The bus comes to a stop when a conveniently placed log is in the road. The bus driver explains the 13 will have to walk from here. It is dusk in the fake Bayou and they are SCARED!!! to walk around in it. Erica asks if they know where they are going. Cody explains that they "are going straight, man. Straight into the wilderness."
Stefinie interviews that she grew up in Laos (OK, so maybe I'll forgive the spelling), and that her parents "made [her] aware" that there are spirits. She has encountered them before and is very scared.
The 13 walk a little bit longer and find the "haunted cabin." I cannot explain enough to you how fake and shitty this cabin is. It's very community theater company haunted house U.S.A. There's red corn syrup smeared all over the walls, fake cobwebs everywhere, etc. It reminds me of this diorama I had to make in sixth grade, but bigger and a gianter waste of money and my time.
Leah doesn't want to go in because scary things always happen in cabins (in Sam Raimi productions.) They all go in anyway.