Q: If you could pick the theme/setting for the next season of American Horror Story, what would it be?
A: A Shopping mall. George A. Romero nailed it in Dawn of the Dead. Consume mass quantities!
Q: You can bring one thing to the apocalypse. What is it?
A: A way out!
Q: Have you ever read a horror novel you wish could be made into a movie?
A: "Blood Sacrifice" by Rick R. Reed - vampires are my jam!
Q: What horror movie made you laugh the hardest? And which one sent you hiding under the covers?
A: I went to screening of The Nun recently. I couldn't stop laughing. The original Halloween had me afraid of Michael Myers appearing in that ghoulish white mask for most of my teenage years.
Q: If you could interview any serial killer, alive or dead, who would it be?
A: Jeffrey Dahmer
Q: Barbeque with Freddy, camping with Jason, or house hunting with Michael?
A: Oh, that's a good one! Camping with Jason. Although Michael is my favorite of the three, house hunting sounds like a total drag. Where camping with Jason, now that sounds intriguing!
Q: What social media personality do you think could make an easy transition to horror?
A: WTF?! I am on Social Media, but - there are so many to choose from...how could you pick just one?!
Q: Ever try a Ouija board? If so, what happened?
A; I have. The darkest room in our house was the main bathroom in the hallway. It was pitch black. I was afraid of it for weeks. Thus I used my parents bathroom adjacent to their bedroom.
Q: You get invited to go with a ghost hunting team to spend the night at the Roosevelt Hotel. Do you go?
A: F#ck Yes! I wanna see the ghost of Marilyn Monroe materialize in the renowned mirror she is supposed to. I'd get an interview for sure! I am quite persuasive.
Q: What's your best Halloween story?
A: Seeing The Shinning for the first time since its release in 1980 at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and realizing that I had never heard the era gone by ghost tell Jack Nicholson to "Kill the N!gger" regarding Scatman Crothers character. How did I miss that the first time around? Thanks PC movement, now that's basically all I remember about the film.
Q: What's the scariest place you've ever been?
A: Well I am going to have to digress back to your AHS question a shopping mall. If you think I am joking I am not. They truly frighten and disturb me. Honestly I can't count how many years it is since I have been to one.
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