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Absolutely loved Ginger Snaps. I'm definitely buying this one. I had no idea what to expect as I've never even seen a trailer and all I knew was that it had to do with werewolves. So glad I watched this it was fantastic. It surprised me I didn't realize it was going to be as violent or serious of a movie. I mean I thought it was more of a lighthearted type and didn't pay attention to the rating so was in the dark on that as well. I did lol at Mimi Rogers as the mother. She was perfect.
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Glinda updated her STATUS: about 21 hours ago

Absolutely loved Ginger Snaps. I'm definitely buying this one. I had no idea what to expect as I've never even seen a trailer and all I knew was that it had to do with werewolves. So glad I watched this it was fantastic. It surprised me I didn't realize it was going to be as violent or serious of a movie. I mean I thought it was more of a lighthearted type and didn't pay attention to the rating so was in the dark on that as well. I did lol at Mimi Rogers as the mother. She was perfect.
Cochise at 09:49 PM Oct 24

Nice. I didn't love it but I do remember digging it. If you dug it that much I think you should look into the rest of the trilogy. There's one sequel and one prequel. Here's the sequel
and here's the prequel
I believe you're supposed to watch the GS2 and then watch the prequel as the 'final' film in the trilogy. Just if you're interested or didn't know.

Anakin at 01:54 AM Oct 25

The sequel isn't bad either.

Glinda posted a BLOG item 1 day ago

Who knew? Not me anyway. Jenette Goldstein


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T2: Judgement Day

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Titanic (one of the most heartbreaking scenes)

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Weapon X at 04:10 PM Oct 24

True story: When Goldstein auditioned for Aliens, she thought it was a movie about illegal immigration. Needless to say, she was the odd person out when the rest of the auditioners arrived dressed in combat gear.

Derek237 at 06:05 PM Oct 24

She sells designer bras now

Glinda at 07:15 PM Oct 24

^Wait what? No way. - Okay I looked her up now and she does. I thought you were joking! According to the website I saw, "Her alphabet starts at D…"

@Weapon - They do make a joke with her in the movie about her thinking they were after "illegal aliens", so that must be an inside joke there, lol. Thanks for sharing that's cool info!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 1 day ago

Good morning my dear friends. I love fall mornings!
Derek237 at 08:42 AM Oct 24

Having my morning coffee. Stepped outside. I think I'll go back to sleep.

Invidtus at 08:53 AM Oct 24

Glad I moved to Elm street this morning the leaves are so pretty and my house has a nice red door-

Beauski at 09:08 AM Oct 24

I wish Fall would last longer here, it's awesome.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 2 days ago

Didn't get a chance for my (first time) watch of Ginger Snaps today for Werewolf day, but will definitely double up and catch it tomorrow along with 28 Days Later! Gonna be a great horror day.
oscarxp25 at 02:20 AM Oct 24

Ginger Snaps is a great movie.

jubei4000 at 06:06 AM Oct 24

Ginger Snaps=waaay underrated.

Glinda at 08:12 AM Oct 24

Thanks you guys. I'm excited to finally see this one! On another note, I love the title Ginger Snaps. :)

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 3 days ago

Ten minutes left of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. Really good movie, fantastic performance by Michael Rooker and Tracy Arnold, the blonde gal. Love the score, really creepy from the get go. One thing that always baffles me is how do these serial killers have the stomach to do what they do? Highly disturbing film, once will be enough but I'm really glad I watched it. I've been wanting to for a while. Now to get through the last ten minutes...
OldKingClancy at 05:38 PM Oct 22

I just saw it myself today for the first time.

My guess is that when you do something enough times it becomes routine and dull. Even murder becomes commonplace after a while.

Glinda at 05:51 PM Oct 22

Oh man that ending.

I think you're right Clance, just so hard to picture doing some of the things they do, but you're right it must become so routine and commonplace they get de- sensitized to it. This movie was so scary considering this stuff happens too often in real life, and there's no begging or pleading for your life with people who enjoy and get off on killing.

Laksmikanti at 10:00 AM Oct 25

I have heard a lot of "good" things about the movie. Is on Youtube but I don't think I have the guts to watch it.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 4 days ago

Quite the horror filled day for me today. I watched Scream this morning, which was awesome and lots of fun. Just now I finished The Devil's Rejects. I'd seen it once before, last year around this time. I really didn't like it that first time for many reasons, but overall it was too creepy, to realistic and too uncomfortable. However, after watching Derek's recent review (excellent, btw) on the movie I wanted to give it a second shot and I'm so glad I did. Creepy as hell and scared me again, but this time I enjoyed it. I liked knowing what to expect and I paid more attention and picked up a few things I'd completely missed before (I do tend to mute and close my eyes at times so I'm sure I was doing that last time. Tonight I caught it all). Feeling good that I actually enjoyed it. Not one I'd buy or watch repeatedly but it was a good time. Awesome soundtrack as well of course. So, now that that's over I need to put something light in so up next before bed I'm watching the old cartoon ...
grelber37 at 02:25 AM Oct 22

Scream and The Devil's Rejects are both good realistic horrors with senses of humor. However, The Devil's Rejects does have the distinctly darker one. Around release, At the Movies Gave it "two severed thumbs up." The two critics called it a masterpiece, but they warned that a person had to know what s/he was in for.

Glinda at 06:55 PM Oct 22

lol at "two severed thumbs up." !! Yeah, I think I pretty much agree grel, and in my case, actually seeing it once already really helped. I caught so much more, including the humor that I never really saw the first time around. Really glad I watched it again. That clown - ugh!

HTX0811 at 08:47 PM Oct 23

Scream is a fun movie but I feel like if I hadn't seen Scary Movie before it, I would've been blown away by that twist near the end like a lot of people seem to be. It's a great twist but it just don't have that impact it should. Doesn't distract from the rest of the movie though and I still love it.

Glad you gave The Devil's Rejects another chance. I loved it the first and only time I saw it. It's a really messed up movie but Rob Zombie really got the sense of creepiness down that it's trying to convey. I also just like that almost everyone is kind of the worst person in the world including the cop. It felt refreshing in a way.

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Glinda at 09:37 AM Oct 21

Agree! It really is a classic. So good, and fun. I should pick something of his I've not seen (not seen a lot), but I love this one so much I just had to.

sLaShEr84 at 12:00 PM Oct 21

Great pick.

aturn4theworst at 06:20 PM Oct 21

The best!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 5 days ago

Working on some scrapbooking this morning and for a fun change of pace from Horror, I'm putting in A Knight's Tale. LOVE IT! Later today will be watching "The Man Who Knew Too Much" with Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart, for Halloween Extravaganza Remake Day. Que Sera Sera! (video below is spoilerish for The Man Who Knew Too Much).
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dsloy at 12:13 PM Oct 20

great hitch film

Glinda at 07:24 AM Oct 21

Absolutely! I really enjoy this one. Not really scary but it's a fun thriller.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

Anakin at 11:56 PM Oct 19


grelber37 at 02:14 AM Oct 20

This is why people should plant more trees. So that dog concert-goers won't eventually riot.

Righteous_faustus at 07:02 AM Oct 20

Haha so funnny!

Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

Coraline is such a fun movie. Really enjoy that one.
writer19 at 08:03 PM Oct 19

great film

oscarxp25 at 04:35 AM Oct 20

My second favorite movie of 2009. The 3D in that movie was incredible...especially the mouse circus scene

JohnnyPHreak at 09:33 AM Oct 21

I think I'm one person of the few people who didn't like it. It just didn't hit me. But I love Paranorman.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

Back tracking a bit I watched Alien and Aliens both for Science Fiction day, and last night I watched Halloween II for greatest fear. Although it's no longer my greatest fear, it's the movie that as a teenager, on first watch scared me more than any other before or since, so I still consider it my greatest fear in horror movies. Today for animation day, I'm watching Coraline!
Glinda updated her STATUS: 9 days ago

I loved The Orphanage, which I just finished for Foreign Horror day. I love ghost stories and this may be the best one I've ever seen. Highly recommend for anybody who's not seen this one.
Glinda at 09:45 AM Oct 17

Thanks for the comments you guys!

I was doing some reading on Julia's Eyes last night. I may check that out today after I finish Alien (my Halloween Extravaganza movie for today). Glad you liked it grel and Pat.

@Anakin - sorry you didn't like it and I know that feeling of expecting you will and hoping you will and then finding it just wasn't for you. Been there many times.

timmyd at 10:56 AM Oct 17

loved it too.

WalkAway at 01:56 PM Oct 17

soooo good

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 9 days ago

The Orphanage is TERRIFYING!
JohnnyPHreak at 11:54 AM Oct 19

That's a good choice. I loved the ending. Extremely well shot.

Glinda at 08:00 PM Oct 19

Yes! That ending was fantastic. What a great movie from start to very end.

Glinda posted a BLOG item 9 days ago

The Family Circus

Anybody know this long running comic strip cartoon? It started in 1960 and was immensely popular for many decades but not sure it still is. Written by Bil Keane,(one "L")it was modeled after he, his wife and their 4 kids (in reality they had 5 kids). One of the sons took over a while back but I'd stopped reading them by that time. As a small kid and for years after I loved it and had all the "compilation" books and those got me through many a cross country family vacation drive.

A wild hair had me googling the family last night and it turns out one of the sons, Billy, (Glen Keane in real life), is a Disney animator and he designed and animated Ariel in The Little Mermaid. To any Family Circus fan I thought that might be cool to know.

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Mood: Happy

WalkAway at 02:19 PM Oct 16

interesting fact!

grelber37 at 02:25 PM Oct 16

The Family Circus is definitely familiar to me. It has a gentle, effective humor everyday in the newspaper. A person has to admire it for staying good for so long just like Dagwood and Hagar the Horrible have.

movieman32 at 05:39 PM Oct 16

Cool! And I've read my share of Family Circus growing up as well!

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