I have quite a few early horror memories, but one that always sticks out for me is the first time I watched A Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge. I saw it on late night TV one night when I was 7 or so and it freaked me out. That was the first time I saw any of the Nightmare films. I knew who Freddy was, but I'd never actually watched one of the movies. The bus ride to Hell scene at the beginning, and the scene where he comes out of Jesse's body to kill Ron really stood out to me. They still do actually. I think that's why it's still one of my favorites of the series. I also remember renting horror movies (and NES games) every weekend from the mom & pop video store up the street. My parents were always pretty cool about letting me rent that stuff. That's how I first saw things like Romero's Dead films, Return of the Living Dead, The Friday the 13th films, The Shining, The Fog, The Howling, Child's Play and so on.