Think of the Holocaust. A horrible tragedy, yes. Worth it? Perhaps. James Gunn, on World War 2 I went in to interview with Lloyd Kaufman for a summer job. I thought IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢d file papers. Instead, he offered me a hundred and fifty bucks to write TROMEO & JULIET. James Gunn, on Screenwriting Go to the messageboards (you know, the ones with all the weirdos who can't understand a movie can be humorous AND horrific) and let them know. James Gunn, on Message Boards In fact, IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m certain I got ****ed with less than any first time director in the history of Hollywood. James Gunn, on Filmmaking. On the set of SLiTHER we often said John Carpenter's THE THING was our Bible. James Gunn, on Religion Be warned: Rooker is insane. James Gunn, on Michael Rooker Anyone who has talked to the SLiTHER gang knows that there are few things we love more than furries. We don't really understand furries. We don't really know what furries are. But we love them nonetheless James Gunn, on Furries. I can't help but think about Jesus Christ. He gave himself, and that's what I do with my art. The only difference is, Jesus is a totally Made up person, and I'm real. James Gunn, on Jesus Christ And, equal to all that, the fans that I've met along the way have been wonderful. So thanks. James Gunn, on his Fans Yeah, I'm one of the many fans, creating a James Gunn quote list from movies, blog entries, interviews, ect. Why? Because Chuck Norris may be able to punch a cow and turn it into ground beef, but he can't make a kickass movie. That and normal shameless plugging isn't doing the trick.