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1. When did you get into horror? When I was younger, about four or five, I had several VHS tapes just for me to watch. If you don't know what VHS means, get off my page and do some research, you uncultured swine. Most were Disney movies and Godzilla flicks, but there were two tapes that exposed me to more Scifi/Fantasy/Horror movies. The two tapes were called "Fantastic Dinosaurs of The Movies!" and "Horrible Horror, Featuring Zacharly." Horrible Horror can be watched here: And here is "Fantastic Dinosaurs of The Movies!"
Those two tapes exposed me to nearly all of cinema's iconic monsters, from Frankenstein (Uncle Boris FTW!!!) to Dracula, to Creature From The Black Lagoon, to the Wolfman, and countless other lesser known creations. I'm glad my parents allowed me to watch those movies at such a young age because if not, I would not have this much appreciation for movies in general today.
2. What scary movie had actually been able to scare you? There were lots that scared me. The ones that screwed me up the most were Aliens, The Village, The Exorcist, Nightmare On Elm Street, and Signs. Those movies helped shape my own work and stories.
3. Have you ever dressed as a horror movie character for Halloween? Yes. When I was a younger for Halloween I dressed up as Godzilla, then Creature From The Black Lagoon. Then I was Captain Morgan Moonscar from "Scooby-Doo On Zombie Island." Best years of my life. 4. What scary movie parody movie is your favorite? Young Frankenstein. "I!!! Ain't got no body! And nobody cares FOR!!! ME!!!"
5. Who is your favorite slasher? Freddy Krueger.
6. Why? Freddy is sadistic as well as comedic. He's like the James Bond of horror movies. The fact that he torments his victims before killing them and how he got off on turning their fears, vices and desires against them made the N.O.E.S. movies so unique for it's time. "Freddy is in those girls' bedrooms, he's in their heads, their dreams. That's about as violated as you could get." --Robert Englund.
7. What kind of people do they kill? The children of Elm Street.
8. What is your favorite kill by them? When Lisa Wilcox was slammed headfirst into the television. "WELCOME TO PRIMETIME, BITCH!!!"
9. What is your least favorite slasher? The killer in Friday The 13th, Part 5. Why? Because he was not Jason.
10. What is your favorite kill by them? None. Why? Because he was NOT JASON.
11. What's your favorite scary movie? It's a tie between Wes Craven's "New Nightmare" and M. Night Shyamalan's "The Village." New Nightmare was a ballsy attempt to bring back Freddy one last time for the fans of the franchise. However, New Nightmare was more than just blood and guts; it was a nod to the classic horror films that inspired Craven and his crew to make Nightmare and was geniously crafted in plotline, tone, cast, and score. The Village started off as a horror film, then halfway into it, progressed into a romance story with some grim and disturbing undertones. Everything about this movie I love and appreciate. The cast was perfect, the acting and dialogue nearly brought me to tears, the music soothed me, and "Those We Don't Speak Of" terrified me to my very core. The Village is definitely one of Shyamalan's best works.
12. What is the most ridiculous movie in any horror movie sequel? Friday The 13th, Part 5. NOT. JASON. Then there's "Jason X." Jason, ...IN SPACE!!!
13. Which is better? Classic? Or Remake? The classics will always be regarded as the best to me. On the contrary, if it is done right, a remake can be just as good. Unfortunately, there have not been that many successful reboots these past few years. The only ones I consider decent if not spectacular remakes are "The Thing," "Godzilla," "King Kong" and "Total Recall."
14. What is your favorite zombie movie? I don't really have a favorite. If I had to choose it will most likely be "Night of The Living Dead" or "Carnival of Souls."
15. What is your favorite ghost/spiritual/demon movie? Guillermo Del Toro's "The Orphanage." It was terrifying and heartbreaking. The Orphanage is an underrated ghost story with a satisfying twist.
16. What is your favorite scary movie that doesn't fit with any category? "The Mothman Prophecies." It is more on the psychological horror side but it is horror nonetheless. Also, that shit was inspired by true events.
17. What is your favorite horror series? Who is your favorite character? Joseph Delaney's "The Last Apprentice" book series. My favorite character in that series is John Gregory, the Spook. He's a well-seasoned fighter but deep down he is an old man who is quickly trying to pass his knowledge to his apprentice, Thomas Ward, before his time is up.
18. Who is the killer/ghost/ect. in those series? There are many creatures in this series but my favorite would have to be Mother Malkin from the first book, "Revenge of The Witch." Delaney's description of Malkin is deliciously grotesque and disturbing. It's not too over-the-top, but just creepy enough to keep you awake for the night.
19. Favorite Horror Game? An old MS DOS game called "The 7th Guest." Looking at it now it was very cheesy but when I was a kid that game terrified me. 20. Favorite Character in that game? Henry Stauf, the owner of Stauf mansion and antagonist of the game.
21. Favorite urban legend? The Snallygaster. This is one of the most notorious cryptids in the history of Cryptozoology with several hundred sightings dating as far back as the early 1700's. The creature terrorized Washington DC and Maryland and used the land and skies as it's hunting ground.
22. Fun Question! Do you know the rules of surviving a horror movie? <cracks knuckles> I got this: 1. If you do drugs, you are going to die. 2. If you drink alcohol, you are going to die. 3. If you have sex, you are going to die. 4. If you say "I'll be right back," "Hello?" or "Who's there?," you are going to die. 5. If you investigate a strange noise, you are going to die. 6. Everyone is a suspect. 7. Never, ever assume the killer is dead. 8. In a sequel, the bodycount is always bigger, the kills more extreme. 9. In the final chapter of a trilogy, the killer can now be superhuman and cannot be killed by conventional weaponry (guns, blades). The weakness can be of supernatural origin, sometimes. 10. The main character can now be killed in the end of a trilogy. Anyone and everyone is a target at this point. 11. The past will come back to haunt you. 12. Never be alone. 13. In a remake, The kills are at their most disturbing. 14. Unexpected is the new cliche. 15. Virgins can die now. 16. The killer is updated with the newest technology that any person can obtain. 17. There is now an opening sequence. 18. Do not taint, corrupt, pervert, or otherwise, put down the original. 19. If you truly wish to survive, you pretty much have to be gay. 20. Lastly, do not-- I repeat-- do NOT, under any circumstances, everrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
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Cartoonist-in-training and occasional guitarist. I am Alpha and Omega; The beginning and the end. I am the harbinger of life, and I am the destroyer of worlds.
Turn around and look at the mess you have made trying to bury me. It's all crumbling down now. You've wasted so much of my time and other people's loyalty for your simplistic ends. Do you feel powerful now? My body grows stronger with every slice of the words and You are on your final stone, so Breathe, flow, turn and LOOK DEATH IN THE FUCKING EYE.
Favorite visual artistBob Ross, Todd McFarlane, H.R. Giger, Greg Capullo, Banksy, Matt Frank, Mike ZurnowFavorite moviesTombstone, The Thing, Alien, Godzilla, Blade Runner, Casablanca, Creature from The Black Lagoon, Indiana Jones, Frankenstein (Boris Karloff FTW) Favorite TV showsSherlock, The A-team, Scooby-Doo, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Power RangersFavorite bands / musical artistsVildhjarta, Meshuggah, Cynic, Fear Factory, Sam Cooke, Nightwish, Tom Jones, Public Enemy, Bodycount, Born of Osiris, Structures, Textures, Volumes, TesseracT, Black Sabbath, Lamb of God, Led Zeppelin, George Strait, Jackie Wilson, Texas Tornadoes, Sum 41Favorite booksThe Last Apprentice series, Skulduggery Pleasant, Spawn (I know, it's a comic book, but a book nonetheless)Favorite writersJoseph DeLaney, H.P. Lovecraft, H.G. Wells, Jules Verne, Neil GaimanFavorite gamesSkyrim, Red Dead Redemption, War of The Monsters, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time + Majora's MaskFavorite gaming platformNintendo 64, PS2, Wii, Xbox 360Tools of the TradePencils, sketchbook, Micron pens (005, 01, 05, 08) colored pencils, blending stumps, my smart phone, computerOther InterestsTo become a professional cartoonist and hopefully start a career creating characters and stories for Cartoon Network or Nickelodeon.