Comparing upcoming indie title Among the Sleep with recent favorite Amnesia, Camine cites cognitive development in determining what makes good horror:
I've looked to scary media for thrills for as long as I can remember. My recent plays of Amnesia: The Dark Descent were just the most recent expression of my passion for horror. Back when I was a teenager, I played Silent Hill 2 with a friend. We passed the controller back and forth when things got tense: "No, YOU do this part!" In elementary school, I chewed Goosebumps books and spit them out, one by one. When I was only four years old, I would lean over the couch and watch antique horror films with my mom. And do you know what I remember doing when I was two years old?