Many times, some people have mixed feelings about watching movies on your first date. Some people complain that watching a movie for your first date is pointless because the two of you can’t talk during the movie. To these people, it makes it feel like you’re wasting money on the date because you aren’t getting to know the person that you’re watching the movie with. However, to others, watching a movie on your first date is great because it allows you to see how different types of scenarios affect the person that you’re watching them with. For those people, the problem isn’t lack of talking during a movie. Rather, it’s lack of figuring out what to watch.
Cuddle with Horror
Horror is one of the best movie genres to watch on a first date. Many women want to feel protected when they’re watching horror movies and this gives you the perfect opportunity to allow them to cuddle against you. Although, we recommend that you need to keep in mind that all horror isn’t created equally.
When it comes to watching horror films on a first date, we suggest that you stay away from pointless slasher films. These films are usually graphically gory and will probably gross her out rather than make her want to cling to you. You should also avoid movies where the antagonist is a rapist or a serial killer that preys on women as they may send out the wrong message to her.
Endure the Chick Flicks
Another genre to watch while on a first date is chick flicks. Even if you hate chick flicks, watching one on your first date can be a great decision. Most women think men hate chick flicks, so if you’re willing to watch one you’ll automatically gain some plus points with her.
When watching chick flicks, we recommend that you try to stop thinking about how much you hate it and try to find ways to enjoy the movie. If you hear her laugh at something, you should chuckle as well. If she cries, wrap your arm around her and offer her a light squeeze to show her that you’re paying attention to her and the movie.
You can even pretend to enjoy the movie as much as she does, or even more than she does, but there are usually consequences when you do this. If she thinks you like chick flicks as much as she does, she may want to watch them all the time with you, so don’t make her think that chick flicks is your favorite genre if it really isn’t.
No matter what movie you watch, you want to make sure that the movie offers opportunities for her to want to either cuddle up next to you in fear or happiness. Do not take any chances with trying to feel her up as this will quickly backfire on you. Also, you shouldn’t tease her if she’s scared or if she cries. Doing so will only make sure that she never watches a movie with you again.