Alice Cooper’s Halloween Tips

Alice Cooper’s Halloween Tips

If you’re looking to spend a quiet and scary Halloween at home, Alice Cooper suggests you watch one or all of the following movies and TV shows. Here are his Top 10 choices for the best and scariest:

1) Salem’s Lot – “It just accidentally became one of the scariest vampire movies of all time. The book was scary enough, but the movie, that might be the best Stephen King adaptation. The character, Barlow, the vampire, was by far the scariest vampire of all time. When he shows up, it’s the full screen of his face, and it’s the most evil face I’ve ever seen in my life. It literally took my breath away.”

2) Ghost Hunters – “I watch Ghost Hunters every night. Here I am — a 65-year-old guy — and I’m sitting in my house in Phoenix, and of course it comes on late at night. Our kids are gone, they all live in their own houses now, so we’re in this big hacienda in Arizona. My wife goes to sleep early, so she’s on the other end of the house. After watching Ghost Hunters, I have to walk all the way through this dark house to the other end, and every other little noise, of course, is something that makes you go, ‘What was that?’ For some reason, that TV show gets me… It’s not like Nightmare on Elm Street or ‘Jason’ — this stuff is real stuff.”

3) Insidious: Chapter Two – “If you want to get close to your girlfriend or boyfriend, go and see this, because they’ll be grabbing onto you and holding onto you tight!”

4) Suspiria

5) American Horror Story: Coven

6) Welcome to My Nightmare

7) The Evil Dead

8) Ghost Adventures

9) Carnival of Souls

10) Frankenstein’s Army

Cooper will be celebrating Halloween on stage in Montgomery, Alabama.

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