Company pays you $1300 to watch 13 Stephen King movies by Halloween

Company pays you $1300 to watch 13 Stephen King movies by Halloween

Stephen King has become synonymous with the horror genre, having written some of its most iconic stories of all time including The Shining, It and Carrie.

Now, if you're looking to get your spook on in the lead up to Halloween, this company will pay you $1,3000 to watch 13 Stephen King adaptations by October 31.

Pennywise the clown. Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

This news comes in the wake of the release of It: Chapter Two - the second cinematic installment of a reboot which hit our screens in 2017.

If you haven't seen it yet, this is the trailer for It: Chapter Two, which was released this month: 

And while a lot of fans will happily be making their way through Stephen King movie after Stephen King movie this spooky season, one lucky fan will receive the fairly sizable sum of $1,300 for their time.

However, there's a catch - you have to be a US citizen or a permanent resident.

But if this applies to you, and you're over 18 (obviously), then simply apply at USDish.com explaining why you're the person to watch 13 Stephen King adaptations this fall.

The website has selected the following 13 movies for the lucky viewer: Carrie, Children of the Corn, Christine, Cujo, Dreamcatcher, It, The Mist, Pet Sematery, Salem's Lot, The Shinning, Thinner and Misery.

The cat in Pet Sematary. Credit: Paramount Pictures

In return for the payment, the website wants to know "everything" the viewer experiences during the spooky binge-watch: "You will track your heart rate and jump scares. You’ll let us know who joined in on the scares with you.

"You'll let us know what you thought before watching certain movies, and if your feelings changed after you completed them.

"You'll even log your sleep - if you can sleep. We want to know all this and more! We'll provide a worksheet to help guide you along the way, but you're not limited to what we give you - feel free to share your thoughts, like a journal, and give us all the frightening deets!"

A scene from Carrie. Credit: United Artists

So, if you're brave enough to take on the binge, it's time to fill out the application form!