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C.Sean P.


Union City, NJ
Hometown: Virginia Beach

Member since:

September 11, 2013

Which horror films do you encourage fans to watch?

Trick 'r Treat has become my favorite Halloween horror in the past few years, but I'm also partial to Evil Dead (original), Last House on the Left (original), Creepshow, the Howling, Slither, Dead Alive, Alien, John Carpenter's The Thing, Hellraiser, Ginger Snaps, Lost Boys, Dog Soldiers, and Stephen King's The Mist.

You go into a dark, haunted house. The lights won't turn on, and there is a thunderstorm. The door behind you locks. You can choose your death; it is either by poisonous snakes, or the electric chair. Which do you choose?

I choose the electric chair if there's no power for the lights. Plus I'm not into snakes.

You dug a grave that is 8 ft by 3 ft by 6 ft, how much dirt is in it?

Depends on the number of bodies.


I've lived in Alaska, Maine, Virginia, Chicago, and now New York. I was a theater geek in school and now I work in sales for TIME. Evil Dead was the film that had me fall in love with the genre and I still play around with gore makeup sometimes.

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