11:57 AM PDT 10/18/2011 by Rebecca Ford, David Simpson
Pee Wee Herman, Kal Penn and John Cho and the stars of "Game of Thrones" talked to The Hollywood Reporter at the 2011 Scream Awards about their upcoming projects and their favorite scary movies. The show, which featured appearances by Nicolas Cage, George Lucas, Robert Downey Jr. and Quentin Tarantino will air Tuesday, Oct. 18, on Spike TV.
Two of the stars of HBO's hit Game of Thrones shared their thoughts on the series. Lena Headey, who plays Cersei Lannister, talks about what she likes most about season two, while Sean Bean, who plays Eddard Stark, reveals what he thought when he learned his character's fate.
“I think there’s always nervousness going into something that has an existing property out there, especially one as beloved as the Carpenter version of The Thing," Mary Elizabeth Winstead, star of The Thing remake, on the red capet at the Scream Awards.
Most scary movies do their jobs -- they keep audiences up at night, tossing and turning or quietly crying their fears into their pillows. However, sometimes scary movies are so ridiculous or have such cheesy dialogue they don't produce screams, just laughs. These 10 horror films are some of the least scary scary movies to ever hit the big screen. View gallery