“The Dunning–Kruger effect is a cognitive bias in which unskilled individuals suffer from illusory superiority, mistakenly rating their ability much higher than average. This bias is attributed to a metacognitive inability of the unskilled to recognize their mistakes.”—Dunning–Kruger effect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In my original story for Scream 3, the killers were basically a fanclub of Woodsboro kids that had formed because of Stab 1 and Stab 2… They were all doing the killings and the big surprise of the movie was when Sidney walked into the house after Ghostface had killed everyone … and they all rose up. None of them were actually dead and they’d planned the whole thing.
The motive was their quest for fame, so I just placed that into one character with Scream 4… They were trying to top [Sidney’s] Woodsboro story so they could be the legacy of their hometown. All those ideas metamorphosed into The Following.
“The true story behind The Possession is actually quite interesting and the entire idea behind the film is very intriguing. When you go to something like a garage sale and you buy an item, you never know the exact history of it and why someone is trying to get rid of it. Because of that, I decided to take a look into the truth behind The Possession and its dibbuk box.”—‘The Possession’ And Its True Story « Rhino’s Horror
“I bought a dog and bring him to work with me every day,” says Arin Sarkissian, founder and CEO of Well. ”He does a great job at cheering me up and more or less forces me to leave the office at a certain time; after 7 pm he’ll insist that we go home and play.”—Brillant quote by me @ 9 Strategies to Improve Your Work-Life Balance
“People often ask me, “Why do you like horror films?” Actually, that’s a lie. People never ask me that. When I tell most people that I like horror films they usually say something like, “Oh they’re horrible. I prefer comedies. Have you seen Pineapple Express?””—Art Fist: Why do you watch this sick shit?