Friday, October 09, 2009

FOUR QUESTIONS FRIDAY

It's Four Questions Friday again. Please leave your answers in the comments.

1. What is your favorite monster?

2. If you can be any supernatural or alien or prehistoric creature, which one would you be?

3. Zombie or vampire?

4. What was the last scariest book you read?

4 comments:

Jesse Fox said...

1. The vampire definitely. I've been obsessed with them since I was a kid. There is a huge amount of folklore about vampires from around the world. It's one of the few monsters that crosses cultural barriers.

2. I'd love to be a ghost--does that count. Being a ghost would be fun. *grins*

3. Vampire! Vampires can hide what they are and walk among humans. Zombies--not so much with the entire "Brainsssss" thing. *chuckles*

4. Okay, I'm weird because although I read horror books and watch horror movies I really don't scare. I've been looking for something that will scare me, but I haven't found it yet. Creepy yes, but scariest? Not by a long shot. *frustrated sigh*

Secretia said...

Dracula, sabre toothed tiger,vampire, tale of the vampire.

Secretia

Autumnforest said...

Favorite monster? Well, I'd say Bigfoot, but I think of him as kinda human. I'd say of the fictional ones...probably werewolves.

If I could be a supernatural creature, probably a fairy.

Zombie or vampire? Well, if we're talking dating--vampire, but if we're talking movie time...zombie.

The last scariest book I read was "The Hunt for the Skinwalker" I still get chills thinking about it.

meggins said...

My favorite monster is probably The Wolfman (Lon Chaney, Jr. and perhaps soon Benicio del Toro). I'm a sucker for the monster who struggles against what he is. Of course, that's also true for Frankenstein's monster, but I also have a thing for shapeshifters so Wolfman wins out.

I've never given thought to being a prehistoric creature. Intriguing. Supernatural creature? Yeah, a shapeshifter. Or maybe something mythological, like a nymph.

I prefer vampires to zombies on virtually every count.

Golly, I don't know if it's a faulty memory or a lack of reading scary books, but nothing pops in mind. The scariest book I ever read is "The Shining" by Stephen King. I couldn't even read any of it if I was alone in the house.