Halloween is just six weeks away, which means it's perfectly reasonable to start queuing up all the spooky movies you can get your hands on.

But what if you could make money while binge-watching?

USDish.com, a reseller of Dish Network, is asking horror fans to watch 13 Stephen King movies before Halloween, in celebration of the two Stephen King classics-turned-films, "IT: Chapter 2," the sequel to "IT," and "Doctor Sleep," the sequel to "The Shining." The former film is already in theaters, while the latter premieres Nov. 8.

You have to apply online to prove to USDish that you're qualified for the job of watching classic King movies, which they've narrowed down to 13 films since there are so many various adaptations:

"Carrie" (the original or the 2013 remake) "Children of the Corn" "Christine" "Creepshow" "Cujo" "Dreamcatcher" "It" (the original or the 2017 remake) "The Mist" "Pet Sematary" (the original or the 2019 remake) "Salem's Lot" "The Shining" "Thinner" "Misery"

If you're the chosen one, you'll watch all 13 of these films and share your experiences, including tracking your heart rate and jump scares as well as your sleep. USDish will provide all 13 movies for you and provide a survival kit with a flashlight, blanket, popcorn, candy and King merch, a Fitbit to track your heart rate, a movie theater gift card and of course, $1,300.

You can apply here, if you dare. The deadline to apply is Oct. 15.


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