One thing I find interesting about most people who are horror fans is that we don’t scare easily. Well, at least, we don’t scare very easily when we’re watching a movie or reading a book or going through a haunted house attraction. People who don’t like scary movies, who have to sleep with the light on after watching PG-13 remakes of Japanese horror movies, they’re not horror fans because they don’t like to be scared. They don’t like to think about the frightening things, or examine why they’re frightening. But horror fans know what’s scary. When something is unsettling to us, we can better articulate why it’s so scary, what is it that draws our fascination. People who aren’t horror fans can’t write anything with any kind of horror elements in there for shit. You think Stephanie Meyer was reading Dracula or Frankenstein? No. Bitch was reading Pride and Prejudice. No wonder she can’t write vampires for shit.