I'm a big fan of Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas. I love the movie and the soundtrack. It's a fun movie that lasts from Halloween all the way through Christmas. Disneyland is fun this time of year because they transform the entire Haunted House into NBC. I have lots of stuff with Jack Skellington. If Jack is on it -- I probably have it. I have t-shirts, belt buckles, sweatshirts, purses, wallets, backpacks, earrings, necklaces and coffee mugs, even my iPod holder has Jack on it. Despite my hair looking jet black in this picture, it's really dark brown. I am not into the goth-look at all. But it's funny for me because I often get stopped by teens into that sort of thing, who tell me they like my bag or my sweatshirt or something because it has Jack on it. For me, the attraction is more than the story or the music. There's something about Jack I love. Maybe it's his desire to be part of something new, something bigger. He's an awesome character. On that note, I'm just as big of a fan of Tim Burton's Corpse Bride movie and soundtrack. And just like the goth-scene, I'm not into all the new vampire movies or books. The only vampire movie I like is the 1931 version of Dracula with Bela Lugosi. That's about as scary as I will go. For the others, it's all about the cartoons. I love cartoons. Since I'm such a fan of NBC and Corpse Bride, I'm also looking forward to the new film, Igor that's coming out this week. It's not a Tim Burton movie (though I wish it were), but it still looks great. I just watched the trailer and it looks like something I'd like. When I was little, I saw scary movies that I was no way old enough to watch. It's funny that how now, as adult, I'm more drawn to the ones for children.