I recently asked this question a few days ago, asking for some help identifying this movie, for which I had a very vague memory. That scene I felt was unique enough for it to be identified, and even did about 15 minutes of google searching for it before I asked the question.
Things like "body bag", serial killers, etc. I couldn't find it anywhere. I actually think at one point, I may have come across "running scared" (The identified movie), but eliminated it because I didn't know the full plot, and my scene didn't fit the overall plot.
I provided what I knew, although, I missed a few details about the time period, but edited them in after the first comment. I understand the first downvote, but I noticed over the course of a few hours I was met with several more downvotes (And eventually the question was closed).
The provided information was clearly enough to identify the movie: A user provided the exact movie, and even a link to the exact scene I was talking about.
I have a bad memory, (something that I'm frankly afraid to admit at times), and I feel like I was penalized for this (Not because the question was bad). I tried to follow the first comment's suggestions, and edited my post, but was still met with downvotes. Also, this comment struck me as well:
Did you happen to ask this question b4? I answered twice b4 (months ago) and both questions were closed and deleted.
If these questions were asked/answered months ago, and were closed/deleted, it would not have come across in my searching. I could have avoided asking this question at all. I feel like if these questions are unique enough to be answered (And have correctly upvoted/checked answers), it SHOULD NOT be closed and/or deleted, as the question itself was enough to identify the movie in question. What are your thoughts?