Is "scary woman" redundant?
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regina barreca
October 2013
Contributor
Written by
regina barreca
October 2013

With Halloween trying to sneak up on us, it's time to look without fear at the differences between what makes men scary and what makes women scary.

For example, your male villain in a horror movie must have third-degree peeling burns and open sores over most of his body; that's a given. It's a plus if he's wearing gloves with knives on the fingertips, like Freddy Krueger from "A Nightmare on Elm Street." If he has bad breath and a low credit score, even better.

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