Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Model?



Horror isn’t always about demons, spirits, clowns or zombies. Good horror can also mean less blood and more thriller and brains. As much as it is scary to watch psychological thriller it is also something that intrigues you. This genre uses suspense in a way that almost makes the audience suffer but also make them like it and leave them wanting more. This genre has left most of at the edge of our seats with intensely horrifying movies which have nothing to do with voodoo, paranormal activities or shark attacks. Full of suspense and no clue for audience to figure out will happen next, we have some of the best movies from this genre below listed. Though Alfred Hitchcock’s movies have dominated this genre for a long while, we have managed to come up with something much more contemporary and different which you won’t be able to resist yourself from.



With the name of the movie in the very term of the genre, you just can’t miss this movie. One of the most renowned films by Alfred Hitchcock about a man, Norman Bates who is obsessed with his mom and runs a motel where are protagonist ends up staying, a young woman who has no idea about what will happen next in that creepy motel.

‘The Shining’

Something so scary that it will ruin carpets, tricycles, twins and hallways for you. Based on Stephen King’s novel, it is a story about a man’s journey down into the depths of insanity and something that you will remember forever. Stanley Kubrick’s adaptation despite of being scary is indeed a must watch.

“The secret to modeling is not being perfect. What one needs is a face that people can identify in a second. You have to be given what’s needed by nature, and what’s needed is to bring something new.”
― Karl Lagerfeld
“Eustacia Vye was the raw material of a divinity. On Olympus she would have done well with a little preparation. She had the passions and instincts which make a model goddess, that is, those which make not quite a model woman. Had it been possible for the earth and mankind to be entirely in her grasp for a while, she had handled the distaff, the spindle, and the shears at her own free will, few in the world would have noticed the change of government. There would have been the same inequality of lot, the same heaping up of favors here, of contumely there, the same generosity before justice, the same perpetual dilemmas, the same captious alteration of caresses and blows that we endure now.”
― Thomas Hardy, The Return of the Native
“Give him Bigfoot with an AK-47, a room full of sugar-induced five-year-olds, or any supermodel on the circuit in a little black dress playing a private game of cops and robbers with his fly, and he’d be fine. Wouldn’t break a sweat. But, put him within fifty feet of Maddie Freemont? He turned into a tongue-tied, forgot-his-own-name, card-carrying member of the idiot brigade.”
― Kelly Moran, Under Pressure

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    What color is your hair?

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    How would you describe your hair length and texture?

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    How do you describe yourself?

    • Pretty and introvert with glasses
    • Cool and funny
    • Beautiful and popular in school/college
    • Average looking but I have a really good sense of humor
    • Simple, slim, beautiful and I do not talk too much.
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    If you are asked to talk on something on the stage for 10 minutes, would you be able to do it? Would it make you too nervous?

    • Yeah, I can. I don’t feel nervous on the stage.
    • What! OMG! I am sorry, I can’t do it.
    • Yeah, I guess so. If I know what to say. Anyway, I don’t fear standing in front of people.
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    Do you like to work out regularly?

    • I want to but barely have time to mange to work out.
    • Yeah, if regularly means once a week or twice.
    • Yes, every single day.
    • Well, not exactly work out but I jog every morning for almost an hour.
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    Are you comfortable traveling for days while staying away from your family and friends?

    • Yes, totally. Beside, I like to travel too.
    • Well, that’s kind of tough, right?
    • I don’t think it’s a big issue.
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    Are you comfortable wearing weird clothes or the kind of clothes that expose your body?

    • Yeah, it’s just not that much of a big deal.
    • Umm… That’s little awkward but guess I will have to be ready for that.
    • I am not sure.
    • Isn’t there another way?
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    Do you work out a lot?

    • I hardly ever do.
    • Not very often.
    • Sure, I like to work out.
    • I work out constantly.
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    Do you like it when people stare at you?

    • No, that creeps me out.
    • No, does anyone?
    • Sure, I don’t mind it.
    • I live for it.
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    How good looking are you?

    • Pretty good looking.
    • Very good looking.
    • Totally good looking.
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    Did you like the movie ‘Zoolander?’

    • I hate that movie.
    • I never saw it.
    • It was good.
    • I loved that movie.
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    Do you worry a lot about your hair?

    • No, I never think about it.
    • Not often
    • Sure I do.
    • No, because my hair is perfect.
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    Do you eat right?

    • No, I eat horribly.
    • I don’t eat very well.
    • Sure, I try.
    • I eat really well.

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