Comic writer, novelist, all around swell guy.
I have a love for the macabre and mysterious, the spooky and the strange. I like my horror on the weird side, and only like gore when it is in service to a story. Give me the atmospheric strangeness of The VVitch or the tense social horror of Get Out, thanks.
I'm also a fan of written horror. Novels hold a special power to captivate and convey emotions the screen simply cannot approach.
I've recently been transplanted to West Virginia, and it's sparked a small obsession with Mothman and other cryptids. It's also put all those "backwoods" horror movies into a whole new light.