Catching up with Alessandra in the thick of a volatile summer, all in temperature, entertainment and political tone, it is again crucial to highlight the necessity of hope. Of remaining steadfast in one's vision. Alessandra's clear on where horror has been and holds the key on where horror is going.
Tell us about yourself. What horror film, TV show, or books and magazines prompted your interest in the genre so much that it lead you to creating your own stories?
|Arden Cho, The Final Days of the Law (2016)|
THAT movie scared the living daylights out of me. I had nightmares about that film. And to make it worse, it was so well done that I couldn’t stop watching it. A normal person would be afraid of a movie and decide to never watch it again. Nope; not me. I watched that movie, got scared, then made other people watch it with me. Yeah…I couldn't sleep by myself for a while after watching that film. The cinematography, the music, the editing, the acting, all of those things were beautifully put together in that film. Sinister 2 is one of my favorite horror films.
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