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2. What was the first movie you ever remember watching in theaters?
Oh man. Any memory question is hard on me. I can’t remember shit from when I was a kid. So, unfortunately, I think Titanic is the first movie I actually have a clear image memory of seeing in theaters when it came out. That was fifteen years ago, so I’m really surprised I remember that much. I know I saw a bunch of animated Disney movies when I was a kid. But I have no memory of those things.
4. Top 5 directors
Sergio Leone, Martin Scorsese, Brian De Palma, Walter Hill (right now), and Sam Raimi. These are in no specific order and always subject to change. I probably would’ve had a different answer a year ago and will have a different one in a year from now.
6. Your best experience on going to the movies
I don’t know about my best experience going to the movies but my favorite would probably be when I saw The Evil Dead, Zombie and Pieces in 35mm in Poughkeepsie a few years ago at the first Hudson Horror. It was all followed up by a 35mm screening of Black and Blue tour (Black Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult live from Black and Blue tour in 1980.)
16. A tearjerker
When Arnie goes down in the lava at the end of T2 with his thumb up.
26. Favorite Love Story
I know I’ve got an answer for this… Right now the best answer I have is True Romance. I’ll come back and edit this if I think of something else.
27. A movie you hate
First answer that comes to my mind (besides the re-make of A Nightmare on Elm Street over and over) is Resident Evil: Afterlife. The whole series really. But especially that one.
32. A book you read for a movie
Does this mean a book that became a movie? I am an illiterate idiot so I don’t have much of an answer. I read half the book that I Am Legend, Last Man on Earth, Omega Man, etc was based off of. Or A Dame To Kill For from Sin City. But that’s a graphic novel.
33. Favorite Musical
There’s actually a few if we’re talking musical movies. But my favorite would probably be The Rocky Horror Picture Show.