American Horror Story – I am only getting into this show this season and am intrigued.
The Walking Dead – Bc I love angst. And women samurai.
X-Files – this was one of the first shows I watched religiously, and if there is an episode on, I have a compulsion to watch it nostalgically, also, Fox Mulder = adorable in appearance AND character. HE WANTED TO BELIEVE. SO MUCH.
South Park – the earlier seasons were funnier but I still watch for the occasional gem. I do love Cartman. Egotistical bastards do something for me, y’know? Hmmmm….
Robot Chicken – Are the voices funnier or the animation? CANNOT CHOOSE.
Squidbillies – Such a cool style for the character designs and world-building, great voice acting, essentially a show about nothing, but something always seems to happen.
Metalocalypse – because it reminds me of general hardcore industrial goth metal and lampoons the celebrities/rockstars behind the machine.
Teen Titans – this is a guilty pleasure and I am ashamed that I like it.
Pawn Stars – because I like to learn about old stuff. Also I like Chum Lee.
Ren & Stimpy – this was way ahead of its time and I still can’t believe it was allowed on Nickelodeon bc it was GROSS. And AMAZING. Pushed such boundaries of artistic tastefulness.
Bonus: Pop-Up Video – I loved this, this was where I got all my trivia about bands and music back in the day.
…. hmmmm… Look at all that animation I am a classy adult.
She was JUST taking the stage when your message popped in, yes, I met her tonight at the booksigning! Full report to follow.
For now, I will report:
There will be 2-3 more books in the VC following Prince Lestat.
She’s got a meeting with Universal Studios and Imagine Entertainment re: Tale of the Body Thief and other book-to-movie adaptations in November.
She had asked Christopher to write the Tale of the Body Thief script on spec, for free, bc the attempts they had seen of any VC scripts were horrendous and they wanted to get it moving. Needless to say, his script was fabulous and that’s what started the wheels turning.
She has had the same editor for 40+ years and compared their relationship to a marriage.