Thursday, July 10, 2014

Horror movie questions

Horror movie questions

 1) Favorite zombie movie?
Day Of The Dead (1985)

2) Favorite slasher movie?
Toss up between Intruder and The Burning. 

3) Favorite vampire movie?
Fright Night

4) Favorite werewolf movie?
An American Werewolf In London

5) Favorite horror director?
Sam Raimi

6) Favorite death scene in a horror movie?
Sam Raimi getting killed on a meathook in Intruder and Fisher Stevens getting his fingers cut off in The Burning.

7) Favorite quote in a horror movie?
"He got seven kids and three bikers...this time they got him." - Friday The 13th The Final Chapter

8) Favorite scream queen?
Jill Schoelen

9) First horror movie ever watched?
Most likely either The Lost Boys or Fright Night

10) Last horror movie watched?
Spellbinder, believe it or not this was a first time watch. Love the artwork for the poster. I really dug this movie, very well made with a great ending!

11) Worst horror movie you ever watched?
The Fog remake. I honestly can't even explain the utter disappointment I felt seeing this movie. It sickens me that I saw it when it first came out. Complete and utter horse shit. There is not one good thing about this movie and a complete slap in the face to the original.

12) Favorite thing while watching a horror movie?
Nothing beats watching a horror movie with friends. If it's a movie we've all seen before I love talking during it, laughing, and drinking some beers. If I'm alone I usually drink iced coffee and sit back and relax.

13) Remake of a horror movie you wish they made?
I adore The Kindred, like seriously adore it. In fact it's most likely in my top ten favorite horror movies of all time. Still, a modern update to this movie would be really interesting. My two main things to see it work would have all practical effects in it (hire a bunch of young eager effects artist who are talented and of course will work for cheap) AND feature the original score which is simply beautiful. 

14) Dream sequel you would love to see get made?
Well everyone knows how I feel about Waxwork III Beyond The Gates Of Time. I still truly believe this would work as a made for SyFy movie. I wanna see what Mark and Sarah have been up to after all these years! Are they still time traveling?! I would kill to see a proper sequel to Nightbreed, or maybe another Jaws movie, but have it made right. Maybe even have Spielberg return and get a killer cast. Michael Fassbender with that beard of his playing a crazy fisherman? Sounds like perfection to me!

15) Top five pieces of VHS artwork for a horror movie?
Oh God, um...The Mutilator, A Nightmare On Elm Street Dream Warriors, The Monster Squad, Waxwork, and Friday the 13th.

16) Three sequels you feel are just as good or even better than the original?
Ghoulies II, Hello Mary Lou Prom Night II, Waxwork II Lost In Time

17) Favorite John Carpenter movie?
Christine, then Prince Of Darkness

18) Favorite horror movie tagline?
There are some houses in every neighborhood that adults whisper about and children across the street to avoid. - The People Underneath The Stairs

19) One Of your favorite endings to a horror movie?
Toss up between The Thing and Amityville 1992 It's About Time

20) Top 15 horror movies?
Christine, Waxwork, Jaws, Amityville 1992, Phantasm, Fright Night, Intruder, The Burning, Hello Mary Lou Prom Night II, The Kindred, A Nightmare On Elm Street 4 The Dream Master, Day Of The Dead, Ghoulies II, Night Of The Creeps, and Prince Of Darkness

1 comment:

  1. Totally with you on Hello Mary Lou 2. The first one was kinda meh, but I loved this sequel. And not just because I'm a big Michael Ironside fan.