Quotes gathered by Sophie Ward. Photos gathered by Bre Jenkins.
“It’s probably got to be The Amityville Horror just because it always had me on my toes. It had me freaked out the entire time.”
“I’ve been watching Scream, so that was actually really nice. It’s like a classic, and then you also see early cinema style compared to how horror movies are now, which is more CGI.”
“I think my favorite scary movie is probably Get Out. It’s so satisfying. It puts you in a good mood at the very end of it.”
“Technically my favorite scary movie would be Goosebumps because it has a lot of the R. L. Stine characters in it. It’s not so scary, but I like how it makes your heart race.”
“I would have to go with Hush, because it was the first scary movie with a deaf woman and I kind of was like in her shoes. There was this guy just trying to kill her from outside of her house, and she had to do whatever she could to save herself. It was just mad scary at first watch.”
“I would probably say Halloween. It’s kind of old school, but I love how they built up the suspense. I’m not huge on jump cuts, but there was a couple in the movie and I was like dang that’s crazy. I was engaged with the story itself.”