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I'm a fan of films in general; I mean, I don't think I've ever considered myself specifically a horror fan even though I do enjoy horror films, find them really entertaining.
Mary Elizabeth Winstead
I love horror and sci-fi.
I'm a huge horror movie fan. Beyond belief.
This film is what it is. It's a campy thriller horror movie where you go and have fun. With these types of films, you can't take it too seriously. They are what they are.
So I was asked to do horror film after horror film, a series of about five, after that, and some of those were a little too gruesome. I wasn't too comfortable all the time in those. I didn't really care for them.
When we were making KONG, I went into the sound room and made an aria of horror sounds. I was in charge of it; there was no one there to listen to me. I was totally in charge of what I wanted to do.
It's gotten to the point where it's big news when I don't do a horror film.
I didn't watch horror movies when I was a kid. I didn't watch any bad movies.
I was never a big fan of horror. I got into it making these films, but I don't ever see myself doing slasher movies. The kind of horror film I like is 'The Shining.' I don't really like slashers, but I love thrillers with tension.
I don't understand it, but every horror film is huge. I would consider one, but I don't know if my heart would be in it.
I was lucky enough to have a plethora of types of roles before and during the horror movie part of my career.
On top of the horror of separating from your wife, you have to go through it in public.
I am pretty scare-able. I guess that is why I like doing horror because my imagination can take me places.
I just got my work visa to shoot 'American Horror Story,' and my official status is 'alien with extraordinary abilities.'
I guess the reason that I'm a horror fan is that I think it gives people the opportunity to enjoy the feeling of being scared in a safe environment. I think that's why, for all of human history, we've been telling each other scary stories: because it exorcises something that we need to exorcise in a safe place.
I get startled really easily, so I hate horror films. I have to close my eyes when I think something is going to make me jump, because I just scream.
Horror movies are all about getting your attention; you always have to be on guard. People love to be on the edge - there's nothing like a surprise.
P. J. Soles
I have a 13-year-old daughter who rents these bloody horror movies, and I can't even walk into the room when she's watching them with her friends.
One of my favorite classes was horror in theater and psychology.
There were also horror shows on the radio. Very terrifying and thrilling to me as a kid. They had all these creepy sound effects. They would come on at ten o'clock at night, and I just would scare myself to death.
Well it's always been an element of the horror film to show us the gross out. I mean that's one option for all filmmakers making a horror film and it's not something I've found myself above either.
I have a horror of boring someone or, worse still, of someone boring me. I said to my mother when I was seven, 'But, Mums, if it was only my husband and me in the house together, what would we talk about?' I've never wanted to answer my own question, and doubt I'll bother now.
Only really good comedies and really good horror movies get a verbal response out of the audience. People will scream. People will laugh.
PG-13 horror, I just don't watch that.
'The Omen,' 'The Exorcist,' those movies for me are the quintessential horror movies that still scare me as an adult.
John F. Kennedy
Martin Luther King, Jr.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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