So, James, congratulations. You get people to sit on the edge of the seat without using gore or the stereotypical horror movie techniques. How did you accomplish that?
James Wan: I accomplished that by thinking, looking to the back of my brain and going, what would I do if I saw that happening? How scared would I be? For a lot of my scare screens, I always just use myself as a gauge. I think that if I find something scary, then I'd like to think and hope that other people would feel the same way as well.
What drove you into directing and story-telling?
James Wan: I loved movies growing up as a kid. It's a classic thing when you get to a certain age, »
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