Horror film

Katy Perry’s “Bon Appetit” Music Video Is A Culinary Adventure That Won’t Leave Your Nightmares Anytime Soon

As far as the horror genre goes, I am a bonafide wimp. It’s not that I don’t like horror movies and TV shows. I just happen to have an extremely low threshold of scare. I got through all of 42 seconds of the teaser trailer for the It remake before I closed out the window (yes, it was the sewer scene that did me in, because, of course, it was), but I will trust you when you say it looks awesome. Suffice to say, my watching the entire music video for “Bon Appétit” by Katy Perry featuring Migos is a true feat. I experienced all four minutes and 17 seconds of nightmare fuel and lived to tell the tale.

Don’t get me…

Katy Perry’s “Bon Appetit” Music Video Is A Culinary Adventure That Won’t Leave Your Nightmares Anytime Soon

As far as the horror genre goes, I am a bonafide wimp. It’s not that I don’t like horror movies and TV shows. I just happen to have an extremely low threshold of scare. I got through all of 42 seconds of the teaser trailer for the It remake before I closed out the window (yes, it was the sewer scene that did me in, because, of course, it was), but I will trust you when you say it looks awesome. Suffice to say, my watching the entire music video for “Bon Appétit” by Katy Perry featuring Migos is a true feat. I experienced all four minutes and 17 seconds of nightmare fuel and lived to tell the tale.

Don’t get me…

Before ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’: When James Gunn Was a Judge on a Reality Show

The director's bromance with Michael Rooker is on full display in a lengthy clip from the 2008 VH1 reality competition series 'Scream Queens.'
Getty Images James Gunn and Michael Rooker

The on-set Hollywood romance is one of the most time-honored traditions in all of entertainment. Under the hot glow of stage lights, surrounded by onlookers munching stale bagels from the nearby craft services table, many a blossoming love has flowered.

No such love story is more endearing than that of Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn and his Alabamian muse, Michael Rooker. The filmmaker and star have been fast friends for over a decade, when Rooker starred in Gunn’s 2006 creature-feature directorial debut, Slither.

From that soil of grotesque alien mutation sprouted the sturdy oak of friendship which has only grown stronger over the years. Rooker has appeared in each of Gunn’s subsequent features, including a breakout role as the blue-skinned Ravager Yondu in 2014’s Guardians, a role he reprises in this year’s sequel.

The relationship between the two has been on display for savvy fans for years, and nowhere is it more evidently exhibited than in a recently surfaced clip from the short-lived 2008 VH1 reality series, Scream Queens. The competition program pitted 10 actresses against one another for a coveted role in an upcoming horror film (Saw VI). Gunn, hot off the heels of his feature debut, served as one of the judges on the program. (It’s enjoyable to see Gunn, now one of the hottest directors in Hollywood, having fun on a reality show).

In the…