After having a Hot Girl Summer, Megan Thee Stallion is ready to tackle something a bit darker. In a new video for Vogue, where the publication documented 24 hours with the rapper, Thee Stallion revealed that she's in the process of writing her debut horror film.

In the video, Thee Stallion opened up about her love for the genre, citing Sam Raimi's 1981 classic The Evil Dead as her all-time favorite. "I like movies that make you semi-fall in love with the villain, so you have sympathy for him," she said. "I feel like every good story you can't just necessarily kill off the villain. That's why the Batman never killed Joker. How the fuck would you have Batman with no Joker?"

Megan Thee Stallion also gave her two cents on the divisive horror flick Human Centipede, arguing that although it is "nasty," she thinks "we needed that for the culture."

Watch the full video below, and catch Megan open up about her love for horror at the 03:20 minute mark.

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