R&P If You Drove A Stake Through Count Chocula's Heart?
Would chocolate milk squirt all over you?
In other mildly related news....can you name some songs inspired by a Horror Film, or written about, or containing a reference to a famous character from, or actor in, a Horror Film? or just name some songs that have a generally Horror inspired theme even?
BQ1: What is your all time favorite horror film?
BQ2: Did you know I invented the MQ and BQ format? I thought not. But I did. So what do you think of the aforesaid MA/BQ format?
BQ3: Who do you think, is the best "Slasher" character of all time? Freddy Krueger? Michael Myers? Jason Vorhees? or Leatherface? And why?
BQ4: What is the scariest creature from a Horror film ever?
BQ5: Who is the greatest Horror film actor of all time?
BQ6: Do a prodigious amount of bonus questions tend to annoy you in some way?
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I'm old as the effing hills up in here. Just been gone a long time, lol
Good to be back Trixie.
I think two years is long enough to shut the pieholes of anyone that thought I couldn't exist without the place eh.
Oh My God. A Goblin fan. That is awesome.
Isn't Fabio Pignatelli just one sick Bassist?
3 Micheal Myers. I would still like to see him and Jason throw down.
4 The creatures from the Aliens films
5 I am a huge fan of Christopher Lee but acknowledge Vincent Price as the master.
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
Profondo Rosso - Goblin
Witch's Song - Gong
BQ: The Shining
BQ2: I didn't know that, but cool, I think it's a good way to ask more than one question in a question.
BQ3: I'm not a huge fan of slashers, but I guess Freddy, because the things that can happen in your dreams are scarier than just some dude in a mask.
BQ6: That would annoy me, but I can just skip them.
edit: Yeah, he and the drummer are incredible.
- 7 years ago
No, it would be Hershey's Dark Chocolate Syrup, his veins run darker than that :)
Ramones - Chain Saw
Possessed - The Exorcist
The Misfits - Night of the Living Dead
Death - Evil Dead
Rob Zombie - Living Dead Girl
Iron Maiden - The Wicker Man
The Sonics - Psycho
Billy Idol - Eyes Without a Face
ba1: I sure hope Hitchcock's The Birds is acceptable, I have had more nightmares about that movie than any movie I have ever seen
ba2: Wow, I never knew that but then I am an infant in terms of Y!A compared to a lot of people on here - I like it, it sure makes answering the questions much more interesting and fun
ba3: For me its Freddy, that face of his does it for me every time
ba4: Chucky, who has also featured prominently in my nightmares
ba5: Hmm, there are so many good ones, but I guess I'm gonna go with Bela Lugosi, love the old Dracula movies
ba6: not usually, I think they add quite a bit to the experience, depends on the questions though
- Anonymous7 years ago
i'd be queueing up to drive as many stakes as i could through Chocoula's heart in that case.
BQ1 : damn. can't name one. The lost Boys, Salem's Lot, Halloween and 30 Days Of Night.
BQ2 : i had to get someone to explain it to me !
BQ3 : Michael is my favourite, simply because he was the first one to terrify me and got me into horror.
BQ4 : Brundlefly from The Fly (but i really want to say Creeper from Scooby Doo)
BQ5 : Christopher Lee
BQ6 : no. i just keep answering.
- Vynomous DrummerLv 67 years ago
I cant think of any at the moment
BQ2: Nice, be proud of it
BQ3: Difficult decision, they all have different aspects that make them elite
BQ4: That f*cking red thing from Insidious
BQ5: Busta Rhymes
BQ6: Not reallySource(s): The Murky Depths of My Beastly Mind
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- sunkenshipLv 77 years ago
no. he would just be reduced to a pile of cake topping
hmm. best i can do right now:
werewolves of london - warren zevon
ba2: pics or it didn't happen
ba3: michael myers. a mean machine
ba4: i don't think i've ever been scared by a creature
ba5: christopher lee
ba6: depends on the questions
- Anonymous7 years ago
ballad of dwight frye - alice cooper
ba1: i've been watching the wolfman a lot
ba2: i taught jesus to play bass
ba3: probably freddy krueger, he set the standard for modern slashers.
ba5: bela lugosi
ba6: too much is too much.