Correct. And it's become something of the distinguishing line though don't you think? Movies about war, or crime, or action movies are about murder. But when you take these actions and start applying "a woman in danger" and it leans towards horrific. The character's sex often determine if the scene is "Horror" or not. It's the nature of the beast as they say. What's the difference between a Mystery, a Thriller, a Lifetime movie about rape and a Horror? A lot of Film Noir uses horror tropes and aesthetics, especially compared to contemporary films, and it becomes hard even now sometimes to take a modern thriller and decide between the Horror Shelf or the Mysteries/Thriller shelf. But if you're just following around a man, even if these are suspenseful situations, it doesn't seem to qualify as horror. Usually. Psycho is often considered the scale tipper in the history of horror cinema, and it was all about sex. The copy cats that weren't are considered thrillers, the copy cats that emphasized sex are thought of as Horror. Usually. Giallo are an excellent example of striding that line. Most of the run of the mill ones are pretty much dull drum mystery/thrillers but the good ones crank it up to 11 and go into Horror. And titillation is one of the prime characteristics. And those notables have defined the category as a whole. So they're mostly thought of as Horror. Frankly it ends up being defined much like porn is, "I know it when I see it." Coincidence? I forget if I like those or not... I kinda think I don't. And that's part of the problem with beers, these so called labels are mostly meaningless. If you were to go to Russia and hand a red one he'd probably ask, "What the fuck is this Capitalist dog shit suppose to be?" I do enjoy my hard liquors, so I rather like the barrel aged beers (when they're not hoppy, der) but yeah you could just toss in a shot of Jack and get the same effect so in the end I stopped bothering with them. And honestly I'd rather just drink the shot! The only beers I'll probably buy now are New Glarus when I drive through Wisconsin one or twice a year. Deys good shiiitt.