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Week in Horror Day 6 – Bruno Hebert

 

Bruno is a personal friend to Lestat Horror and has also acted in a few theatre productions. It only seemed natural to ask him his favourite and scariest movies

My Favourite: Krampus. This movie came out in 2015 and it has been a favourite since! It starts as any normal Christmas movie and you think to yourself.. “is this another Santa Clause movie? but boy does it take a twist!

It’s based on an old Central European folklore and i love it!

 

Scariest: A Nightmare on Elm Street. I was 5 years old and it was around Halloween, so a lot of scary movies were playing on channels that normally wouldn’t show them. Hocus Pocus was the next movie that came on after A Nightmare on Elm Street.

Even after my mom told me it was scary, i still wanted to see it! it scared the living daylight out of me.

It took me a while before i could re-watch it, only once i got older, that i could understand the art behind it .So well written and so good! my scariest but definitely a new favourite despite it being a classic