Not selected (USA)
#1 Movie of All-Time
KING Of All Schmoes
*first time watch
1. PG Horror- Hocus Pocus
2. Horror Comedy- Lesbian Vampire Killers
3. Action/Adventure Horror- Van Helsing
4. Horror Documentary/Non-fiction- The Haunted History of Halloween
5. Dario Argento- Deep Red*
6. Television- Buffy Halloween episodes
7. 1920's/1930's- The Man Who Laughs*
8. 1940's/1950's- Les Diaboliques*
9. 1960's- Black Sunday*
10. 1970's- Alice, Sweet Alice*
11. 1980's- Night of the Demons*
12. 1990's- Sleepy Hollow
13. 2000's- Monster House
14. 2010's- Oculus*
15. Scream Queen- The Fog
16. Foreign- The Devil's Backbone*
17. Sci-Fi- They Live*
18. Your Greatest Fear- It*
19. Animated- The Nightmare Before Christmas
20. Remake- The Ring
21. Wes Craven- A Nightmare on Elm Street
22. Slasher/Serial Killer- Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers*
23. Werewolf- An American Werewolf in Paris*
24. Zombie- Dead Alive*
25. Creature Feature- Mimic*
26. Vampire- Bram Stoker's Dracula
27. Possession/Satanic- The Exorcist
28. Haunting/Supernatural- Trick r Treat
29. Your Choice- Halloween
30. Your Choice- Mischeif Night*
31. Your Choice- Hocus Pocus
Does Emma Ferrer look familiar to you? That might be because she bears an eerie resemblance to her late grandmother, the legendary Audrey Hepburn.
Emma Ferrer, 20, embodied the look and spirit of her grandmother, Audrey Hepburn, for her first-ever photo shoot as a fashion model. The up-and-coming beauty graces the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s Sept. 2014 issue and looks absolutely gorgeous doing so.
Wow. Is anyone else having flashbacks of the Breakfast at Tiffany’s?
If you are, it’s probably because of the uncanny resemblance between Audrey Hepburn and her equally beautiful granddaughter, Emma Ferrer.
“As a child I couldn’t really relate to Audrey Hepburn, the actress. To me, she was family,” Emma told the Sept. 2014 issue of Harper’s Bazaar, describing how she felt about her grandmother at a young age.
“When I watched ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s,’ I enjoyed it the same way any young girl would. I’ve seen ‘My Fair Lady’ and ‘Roman Holiday,’ but I suppose my favorite is ‘Funny Face.’”
Emma graces the cover of the magazine in a photo shoot that was specifically styled to mimic Audrey’s chic fashion choices during her heyday. Believe it or not, this was Emma’s first professional photo shoot. Clearly working for the camera is in her genetics!