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Filmmaker Issues Horror Movie Challenge
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A Bollywood director says his new horror movie is so terrifying he'll give $10,000 to whoever can watch it alone without getting scared. Anyone willing to take up the challenge will be hooked up to a heart monitoring machine, and filmed to insure that his or her eyes stay open.

RENEE MONTAGNE, Host:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

A Bollywood director says his new horror movie is so terrifying, he'll give $10,000 to whoever can watch it alone without getting scared. Anyone willing to take up the challenge will be hooked up to a heart-monitoring machine and filmed to ensure that his or her eyes stay open. The last time the director made such a challenge, he said the contestant ran out of the theater after half an hour. But others said that contest was rigged.

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