I'm actually scared of horror movies. I'm kind of Scaredy Cat when it comes to that stuff.
I like 'Rocky Horror.'
Most horror films fail to scare me. I think 'The Ring' plays more as a psychological thriller. It's smarter, there's more character development and some of the themes explored go a little deeper.
I think there's an instinct to make grotesque horror films that are purely carnal, like the 'Saw' movies.
I love my horror films and they will always be very close to me.
For me, horror movies are a real escape.
Woodstock happened in August 1969, long before the Internet and mobile phones made it possible to communicate instantly with anyone, anywhere. It was a time when we weren't able to witness world events or the horrors of war live on 24-hour news channels.
I'm quiet, and I don't enjoy watching horror flicks, so am I like Zeke? No way.
It's not scary to make a horror film because you get to pull back the curtain and see that none of it's real. When you're watching one, the terror bombards you.
I've never really liked horror films.
The same sensations that you get in heavy metal are in horror movies. Heavy metal sounds evil and horror movies are evil, ha ha!
I think it goes without saying that a lot of big horror fans are just nerds and geeks.
I love horror movies in space. I love it when the genre switches over and what was sci-fi becomes horror.
I've been into horror movies ever since I was five years old.
Pakistan now is like a horror film franchise. You know, it's 'Friday the 13th, Episode 63: The Terrorist from Pakistan.' And each time we hear of Pakistan it's in that context.
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