Halloween Horror Films That Make You Question Motherhood

The Orphan

Watching children-filled horror films aren't only scary but may cause you to think twice about child bearing. Kids are a beautiful unless the unfortunate chance you deliver a spawn of the devil. Many of these films are fictional but the few that are based on a true story will have you injecting your nuvo ring immediately. Take a look at the movies that will instantly make you question motherhood.


The Orphan

This movie makes you think before having kids and/or adopting. Nobody wants a child like Esther, even her name sounds questionable.

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Amityville Horror

Amityville Horror

You raise your son up until he's ready to head off to college and then one freaky night he goes on a chopping spree. If this is what motherhood brings we want out!

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The Good Son
Macaulay Culkin never played the "ideal" son, but in this film he's elevated to psychopathic levels. In short, if you name your child similar to his, leaving him home alone is a recipe for disaster.



Sometimes you may think your child is possessed with something (laziness or lying maybe?) but you would never expect the devil. Watching the exorcist will make you appreciate your kids that suffer from back talk, laziness, and bad grades.

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The Bad Seed
You would never think pippy long stocking braids and an innocent face could be a recipe for a devil child.


Having kids is simple if you're willing to sacrifice your TV and furniture for fear of your child will begin talking to demons through them.

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Children of the Corn

Children of the Corn

We aren't sure who suffered most from Children of the Corn, families looking to raise their children near corn fields or the actual children.

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Case 39
Imagine adopting and bringing a demonic child into your home... who REFUSES to leave.
The Shining

The Shining

Walking In a flower wallpapered hallway with twins chanting at the same time is a scary thought—even for the bravest of future mothers. It's  spooky and we're willing to ditch the children to avoid the noise.

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Ahh...as if sleepwalking isn't horrifying enough?

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One of the down sides of having kids is that other children may make fun of them. Thus causing your child—unbeknownst to all has supernatural powers—to go off the deep end and kill those around you.

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The Ring

The Ring

The child in the haunting thriller The Ring was tolerable until she emerged from a well and walked out of the TV screen.

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Bride of Chucky 

After watching the Chucky thrillers, if we have kids they won't be playing with dolls. 

The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense

When The Sixth Sense was released in theaters, the accuracy of what children may be seeing was quite distrubing. Luckily for our sake, he wasn't out to kill but to heal.

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They say a child's mind is terrible thing to waste. This saying is true unless you have a child similar to Drew Barrymore's character in this Stephen King movie because in that case her fire starting mind needs to go.

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The Omen

It's a parent's nightmare to find out their son may not be their own, but if he's the son of Satan we're willing to bet he'll be returned. This movie's released ruined any chances that the name Damien would ever be a popular child's name.

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Wicked Little Things
Children zombies? We'll pass!

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Keke Wyatt has news to share that concerns expanding her family tree. On Monday (Oct. 14), the "If Only You Knew" singer revealed that she's pregnant with her tenth child.

"My husband Zackariah Darring and I are so happy to announce that we are expecting our new bundle of joy!" she wrote on Instagram. "We are excited to welcome the 10th addition to our beautiful family."

The vocalist continued to state that fans can follow her pregnancy journey on her YouTube series The Keke Show where she gives an intimate look at how she balances her career and motherhood.


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In an interview with The Christian Post, Wyatt said she believes she has "an anointing with motherhood" and looks at her children as fuel to keep striving in her career.

"I just don't believe in shutting down. I believe in that's what the Lord had for me," she said. "Babies don't get in the way of careers, we get in the way of careers. If that's what the Lord had for me from the very beginning, there's nothing nobody can do and nobody can say."

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Summer Walker's Debut Album Inspires Drake To Write New Music

Summer Walker's debut album Over It has everyone's heart aflutter, including Drake.

Off the heels of her debut project, the Atlanta songstress shared Drake's admiration for her project Sunday (Oct. 6) which included collaborations from Jhene Aiko, Usher. 6LACK and Bryson Tiller. Drake had a strong reaction to "Fun Girl," a track that speaks to the acoustic aura of her precious project, CLEAR.

Sharing his love with more than a few emojis, the rapper reveals the song inspired him to pen two new songs at the crack of dawn.


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So I guess fun girl is his favorite song on the album, mines isss... BODY🥰 what’s yours ?

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Summer and Drake worked together for the remix to her breakout hit, "Girls Need Love." In Billboard's  “You Should Know” series, the singer says the two met via Instagram after he gushed about her visuals to the original track. "He said, 'I saw your video on a bowling alley monitor. Thought it was cool,'" she recalled. She added it was Love Renaissance's Justice Baiden who talked her into asking Drake for the remix. The singer is signed to the label along with Grammy-nominated singer 6LACK.

Things have been looking great for the singer. Her album has topped Spotify and YouTube since it's release Friday and is expected to make a nice debut on Billboard's 200 charts.

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Tinashe Resurfaces With Exciting Message: "I'm Back And Better"

Tinashe fans rejoice! After a hiatus, the Joyride artist resurfaced on Instagram Saturday (Sept. 28), in a brief video expressing that she's “back and better.”

After a tumultuous relationship with her label RCA, the singer-songwriter broke ties with the company. Since then, she's been hibernating in her “cave,” as she puts it.

"Creatively, I just feel like I needed to go through what I went through in order to be the person that I am today and to get back to my roots," she explained. "You pretty much put your heart and soul and emotions into all these songs and then you put them out there for the world to judge and tear down and pick apart. It's terrifying and it can really mess with your head."


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In an interview with VIBE, Tinashe expressed how important it is for her to stay true to herself and artistry. “It’s not even necessarily speaking up but coming to your own conclusions yourself and owning your own instincts and trusting in yourself and creative power,” she said. “I think that’s something that is always important to continue to maintain. It’s easy for that sometimes to get derailed, and it’s important to come back to that.”

During her recent statement, she broke down the importance of art and how it should be expressed through individuality and free expression, sans any boxes or limitations. Making people happy through her music is the goal.

"Music and art are supposed to be these wonderful beautiful things that bring people joy and happiness, and that's really why I started making music in the first place—to give people something that means something to them,” she said.

Although Tinashe did not say when fans can expect new music, she did share a snippet of what she’s been working on in the studio in a separate post. “I’m too emotional.”


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I’m too emotional

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