Jess Chua is a writer and editor for a personal development podcast. Her micro-fiction was a runner-up in the Mysterious Photograph contest at Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. She enjoys yoga, healthy cooking, and spending time with her pets.
NTK: How old were you when you discovered horror?
JC: I was possibly five years old when I first started learning about ghosts. I’ve been savoring taking my own sweet time exploring the genre since then.
NTK: What is your favorite horror movie?
JC: Hmm, it’s hard to pick just one. Some of my favorites include Psycho, The Shining, Pet Sematary.The Stepford Wives (1975). Alien, Silence of The Lambs, and The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974).
I recently added some Asian horror movies (like Third Eye and 23:59) onto my Netflix queue and look forward to checking those out.
The Ring (Japanese…
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