Tuesday, November 6, 2007

TMI Tuesday #3

1. Do you believe in ghosts? If so have you every seen one?
I would love to think that ghosts exist, but I have never seen one so I find it a little hard to accept they are real. I hope that I do get to see one as that would be awesome.

2. What’s the scariest movie you ever saw?
Scariest movie would be The Exorcist. I remember seeing it at the drive-in paired with Friday the 13th. I would have only been about 17 or 18 at the time and it was the first real horror film I saw. It kept me awake at nights for ages afterwards. I still get shivers thinking about it now.

3. If you were given a house that was free would you accept it if it was haunted?
I would have no problems living in a haunted house. It might give me the opportunity to finally see a ghost.

4. If you were given a house that was free would you accept it if the last person had been murdered in it?
Hmmm!! Not too sure that I would want to live in a house where the last occupant was murdered. I’m not sure why, but I don’t think it would be a terribly happy place to live.

5. What was your most favourite costume you wore for Halloween?
I've never really celebrated Halloween as I live in Australia and ‘trick or treat’ was not something we did. It is just gaining momentum here now. I would probably enjoy dressing up as monster like Dracula or Frankenstein as these were my favourites while I was growing up. I always thought the Mummy was pretty cool. (the Boris Karloff, Christopher Lee type Mummy, not the modern interpretation. All bandages and stiff legged walk)

Bonus (as in optional): What’s your most memorable Halloween memory?
As Above. No real memories of Halloween as it passed unnoticed here. My first real taste of Halloween was about 15 years ago when I visited my sister in the US in October and saw all the activity surrounding Halloween.


Shibari said...

I LOVED your answers... I finally got you blogrolled yay me.. I couldn't find your link til just now. Now i can read you all the time.

Adam Apple said...

Shibari- Thanks for stopping by again, and thanks for the positive comments.

searabbit said...

Oh yes! Exorcist is still very scary!

Renee said...

Liked reading your answers. I've never watched The Exorcist, but have seen Friday the 13th. Well, if you call hiding my eyes behind my hand all through it 'seeing'. ;)

Valyna said...

OMG, I would have LOVED to have seen The Exorcist and Friday the 13th back-to-back at a drive-in :) Both of those movies are classics and will always scare the crap out of me.

I agree with the classic monster comment too - I most definitely prefer the original monsters and I'm a huge fan of Bela Lugosi as well.

Happy TMI!!

Vexxxy said...

Aw, you never got to celebrate Halloween? I had no idea Australia doesn't trick or treat.
I suppose that just means you're long overdue for a good one.
Happy belated TMI.

Adam Apple said...

Searabbit- Glad to see that I am not the only one who gets spooked by The Exorcist.

Renne- Thanks. watch The Exorcist one day but make sure you are not alone, and all the lights are on!

Valyna- Thanks for calling by. The classic monsters are the best. Vincent Price, Peter Cushing, and others gave us some of the best monsters of all time. Christopher Lee's Dracula is a favourite.

Vexxxy- Trick or treating is just taking off here now. Guess I need an extra large trick, or a treat to make up for that lost time...

anna louise said...

I do love the exorcist.Scary horror movies are my favourite

Valyna said...

Oh yes... V.Price is phenomenal :) I miss that guy :(

Adam Apple said...

Anna- I would love to cuddle with you and watch scary movies.

Valyna- Yes, I love The Fly & House of Wax. And how can you beat the spoken word intro on Alice Cooper's Welcome To My Nightmare?