Do I really need to explain what this is? Pax is made of magic, Billy Love Stu, meme, blah blah blah. Just read it already.
1: In Ten Words or Less, Describe Your Blog:
I'm not really sure how to describe my blog…damn.
2: During What Cinematic Era Where you Born?
F: The Halloween Era (Late 70's to Early 80's)
3: The Carrie Compatibility Question:
(straight guys and lesbians - make your choice from section B)
B: Sue Snell or Chris Hargensen, who would you take to the prom?
Can I pick Chris Hargensen as played by Emilie de Ravin? Well, I just did, so too late now isn't it.
4: You have been given an ungodly amount of money, and total control of a major motion picture studio - what would your dream Horror project be?
I would divide the cash out and use it to make multiple horror films with different people from different countries involved. The ability to have full creative control, without studio influence, would be amazing. And I personally would love to make a film in the style of a Giallo/80's Brian De Palma film.
5: What horror film "franchise" that others have embraced, left you cold?
The chaotic and unfocused camera work of the (death scenes in the) Saw franchise will always drive me up a wall. All of those great ideas and inventive ways to kill people, only to be wasted by sped up seizer like cinematography. I cannot look past a visual pallet and the hyperkinetic impact the films have had on cinema is not a good one on an aesthetic level.
6: Is Michael Bay the Antichrist?
Nah, the people who give him the money and power are the antichrists. Them and Sandy Bullock, of course.
7: Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Frankenstein Monster - which one of these classic villains scares you, and why?
None of them actually scare me nor did they when I was a kid from what I remember, but I'll use science to make my pick, which would have to be Dracula. The Wolfman and Frankenstein are, at heart, good people under their horrific surfaces. Dracula, on the other hand, is not. He is a monster that is a monster at all times, so that would make him the most frightening. To make him an even greater threat, as opposed to the other two monsters, Dracula has an attractive facade, which works in a very deceptive way.
8: Tell me about a scene from a NON HORROR Film that scares the crap out of you:
This is a great but really tough question because it can go so many different ways. While I would like to dig into the recesses of my youthful mind for something that frightened me, those scenes aren't as impactful to me as an adult. If I'm going to pick something that scares me now, it would have to be the prison stabbing scene of Mark "Chopper" Read in 2000's Chopper. I hate it because I feel it, and that feeling is an awful one to have.
9: Baby Jane Hudson invites you over to her house for lunch. What do you bring?
I've never seen that film, but from the looks of it, she could use some Oil of Olay and a bowl of ice cream to cheer her up some.
10: So, between you and me, do you have any ulterior motives for blogging? Come, on you can tell me, it will be our little secret, I won't tell a soul.
It's a great way to pick up chicks.
11: What would you have brought to Rosemary Woodhouse's baby shower?
12: Godzilla vs The Cloverfield Monster, who wins?
Godzilla has the advantage of girth and he can spit some hot ass shit, so it's a no brainer for me. Go-Godzilla!
13: If you found out that Rob Zombie was reading your blog, what would you post in hopes that he read it?
I would just repost my H2 review…that would tell him everything he needs to know about what he does wrong and what he does correctly in his films.
14: What is your favorite NON HORROR FILM, and why?
Children of Men. The film is a masterpiece for more reasons than I care to explain.
15: If blogging technology did not exist, what would you be doing?
Working on my tan, breaking hearts and breaking necks. The usual.