Always bring dark sunglasses with you to any theater. It does not matter what movie is playing.
Better to be safe then sorry.
Try to sit somewhere easy to exit. You never know when something will happen. So sometimes it's best to leave a movie then to sit there.
Always bring a friend or family member that knows about your epilepsy. If something does happen they will be able to care for you.
Have you ever watched a movie and had to turn away or you have to wear sunglasses because the flashing in some movies are so bad? I know I have. I never go to the movie theater without my sunglasses. I know it's even harder for epileptics to enjoy movies and not knowing when the flashing will start or end. I wanted to make this site for all of those who have trouble with movies that flash. I'm hoping this will help you.
Thank you for visiting our site. We started this site to help those with epilepsy to feel more comfortable with going to watch movies. I know it's hard to go out and do certain things when you have epilepsy. We hope this can at least make you feel more at ease.
What we do is watch and inspect movies for any scenes that may have any lights that may flash, that may trigger a seizure. This is for informational purposes only. Trying to make your life a little less stressful.
If you have any questions please email us at Filminspect@yahoo.com
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