“I hate it when they mention or show rape in horror movies. I’ve always found horror as a way to escape the real world, and in the real world I’m reminded every day that someone raped me at a young age.”
“I wish I could be in a horror movie and teach people how to REALLY survive, and not how to get away with it while being a dumbass”
“I know its ranked as a ‘child’s movie’ but I find the movie Coraline horrifying.”
“Whenever I’m on my period I like to re-enact the shower scene from Carrie”
“I wish I could keep the Leperachaun as a pet, or best friend. He seems awesome to hang out with.”
David: The final design for Freddy was based on a pepperoni pizza. I was at a restaurant one night, and I was having pizza and I was just kind of deep in thought. I started playing around with the cheese, putting it around the pepperoni, and actually made Freddy’s face on the pizza.
David Miller on what inspired his makeup for Robert Englund in A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984
“I never understood how in The Counjuring the family could just go right back to their mom and pretend nothing happened. If anything like that happened to a family member of mine, I don’t think I’d ever go around them again.”
“I love horror movies but I hate the “jump scenes” every time I watch a horror film with a jump scene I end up having a hysterical breakdown. I had to watch Women in Black (2012 version) in school and I had a hysterical breakdown. For me horror films that contain the jump scenes aren’t considered a horror film”
“I don’t get why everyone loves Tate from AHS. Sure, he may be attractive, but he raped the mom and is a psycho. I wouldn’t ever like him”
“When I was a kid Fright Night really scared me, because during the confrontation between Peter Vincent and Evil Ed I thought it implied that Ed killed and cooked Charley’s mom.”
“Carrie 2002 was the stupidest remake I have ever seen. I hate how Carrie lived in the end. That’s not how it was in the book!”
“I hate how the use of unnecessary loud noises drowns out most important dialogue or storyline.”
"I know Hide and Seek might be more of a thriller, but god damn its bloody amazing and much scarier than any other horror movie I’ve ever seen!."
“I used to love Wolf Creek and was so excited for the sequel. But, once I saw it it fucked me up for life. Everytime I see anything that reminds me of it my blood runs cold, I get stiff and I go into panic mode. They were selling it at Wal-Mart and I broke down horrified when I got to the car.”