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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon View Post
    One of my favorites Is "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." Oooooh, That babe in the cast ! Pant pant pant.
    I wouldn’t consider “Who framed Roger Rabbit “ a horror.
    Its more in the category of sexy cartoon; but just my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keesha View Post
    I wouldn’t consider “Who framed Roger Rabbit “ a horror.
    Its more in the category of sexy cartoon; but just my opinion.
    Oh I don't know. It was pretty scary when the villain was going to dip Roger in the vat of ink remover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grampa Don View Post
    Oh I don't know. It was pretty scary when the villain was going to dip Roger in the vat of ink remover.

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    Yeah ok ok.

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    I luv em'....the weirdness and creativity that goes into making them is awesome....just cant watch any with little kids and dolls...
    creeps me out too much...the zombie movies are the best and yes I'm a Walking Dead fan
    All women are born equal, but the best are born in February!.....and bring us more snow * * *

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    I have made it a tradition to watch a couple of scary or creepy movies each Friday night in October. Coming up this Friday night is Hush Hush Sweet Charlotte and The Exorcist. I don't like "slasher" type of horror movies but I do make sure to watch the original Halloween this time of year. To me, it captures the feel of Halloween perfectly even though it was shot in Southern California.

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    I was thinking about the many horror movies I've watched throughout the years. I think a really good horror movie kind of sticks with you for the rest of your life. My granddaughter and I took vacation together this summer and in every motel room she'd poke all the mirrors. I asked her what she was doing. She watched some kind of creepy movie involving a two way mirror. She said the cop on the movie put his finger on the mirror. If there was a gap between your finger and the reflection then it was a one way mirror. One room had a big mirror that she put her finger on it and the reflection was right up against the tip of her finger. She would not go to bed because she was convinced someone was watching us. I finally got my roll of paper towels and duct tape out of the car and covered the entire mirror. I remembered Psycho so then I was checking all the walls to make sure there weren't any peepholes. lol

    Hitchcock was superb considering there weren't any computer effects back then. The starlings and crows are starting to show up in Kansas. I watched Hitchcocks "The Birds" when I was a kid and even today when I see birds hanging around in large groups, I get a little chill that goes down my spine. Here's a picture of some of them in the parking lot. Creeeeeeepy!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by dkay View Post
    I was thinking about the many horror movies I've watched throughout the years. I think a really good horror movie kind of sticks with you for the rest of your life. My granddaughter and I took vacation together this summer and in every motel room she'd poke all the mirrors. I asked her what she was doing. She watched some kind of creepy movie involving a two way mirror. She said the cop on the movie put his finger on the mirror. If there was a gap between your finger and the reflection then it was a one way mirror. One room had a big mirror that she put her finger on it and the reflection was right up against the tip of her finger. She would not go to bed because she was convinced someone was watching us. I finally got my roll of paper towels and duct tape out of the car and covered the entire mirror. I remembered Psycho so then I was checking all the walls to make sure there weren't any peepholes. lol

    Hitchcock was superb considering there weren't any computer effects back then. The starlings and crows are starting to show up in Kansas. I watched Hitchcocks "The Birds" when I was a kid and even today when I see birds hanging around in large groups, I get a little chill that goes down my spine. Here's a picture of some of them in the parking lot. Creeeeeeepy!!!


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    I do the same when I see a large flock of birds forming and that creepy song the kids were singing in the classroom enters my mind. Hitchcock is still trolling us after all these years !

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    Hitchcock was a master of suspense thrillers and horror.

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    In the creepy people category: I just finished watching M. Night Shyamalan's "The Visit". Two kids get sent to spend some time with their beyond creepy grandparents. It was actually a rather entertaining movie with some suspense, some unexpected twists and turns.

    I look forward to seeing the new Halloween with Jamie Lee Curtis. She has the absolute best scream ever.

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    I saw the original Psycho movie in a theatre when I was in high school. It was terrifying. I took baths instead of showers for I don't know how long after that.

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    I grew up on the great "classic" horror movies. Every Friday night would find us in the living room, huddled behind the couch, watching some old black-and-white gore-fest.

    I never understood how The Mummy, who had one arm wrapped to his body and dragging one leg behind him could always chase an able-bodied man through the swamp/desert/tomb, catch him and strangle him. But then, there were a lot of things you had to accept on faith.

    I haven't outgrown my love for those movies, especially the really hokey ones. I do appreciate a particularly-dreadful Grade B.
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    I just finished up a whole weekend of horror movies. Some of them used to be kind of frightening but I think I must be developing a somewhat sexist attitude against screamy females.. What's with all the annoying screaming anyway? The girls are standing in the background screaming constantly while they are surrounded by pitchforks, guns, knives etc. and do they grab anything for a weapon to use on the creepy dude. Nooooo! They just stand there and scream while their boyfriends are getting murdered. Good grief, after an hour or two of all that screaming, I was actually starting to cheer for the bad guy.

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    LOL. It's always the same kind of stuff... they hear a noise all alone in the dark and instead of leaving, they have to go see what it is. I'd be like "bye now." But that would be a really short movie so I guess my plot wouldn't work out well.

    "I wish that for just one time you could stand inside my shoes;
    you'd know what a drag it is to see you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grampa Don View Post
    Call me a Wimp. I don't like being scared. When I was a kid I saw The House of Wax in 3d. Scared the heck out of me. I still can't watch the original version of The Thing. It gave me nightmares.

    Don
    It seems like we have something in common. When I was really young my Mother made my older sister take me to a Saturday afternoon matinee. My sister didn't want to take me because she was going with her friends and she didn't want me tagging along. Well the movie was the House of Wax and after a few minutes watching it I was sitting on her lap scared to death. Needless to say she never took me to a movie again and I must admit I wouldn't have gone with her anyway.

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