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Changing my "80s" horror. I'd planned on "Fright Night" for today, which is a new watch. Changing it to Nightmare on Elm Street 2 (Freddy's Revenge I think). I really need to see the rest of the series as I've only seen the first.
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Glinda updated her STATUS: about 14 hours ago

Changing my "80s" horror. I'd planned on "Fright Night" for today, which is a new watch. Changing it to Nightmare on Elm Street 2 (Freddy's Revenge I think). I really need to see the rest of the series as I've only seen the first.
OldKingClancy at 12:46 PM Oct 09

I found Freddy's Revenge to be funnier than it was scarier and generally one of the weaker entries but I agree that watching the whole series is a good decision to see more of the world Freddy made.

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the hash slinging slasher at 09:18 PM Oct 09

both choices are great! but I do agree you should catch up on the Nightmare On Elm St series, it's super good!

Glinda at 09:54 PM Oct 09

I don't know why I haven't before! I'm going to enjoy this series I think.

Thanks so much for your comments you guys. I'm enjoying reading them and I've really worked up a lot of excitement to get going on this series now. Putting the movie in momentarily!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: about 14 hours ago

Bill Bryson's "The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid" (book), about his childhood in the '50s, is hilarious. I'm laughing continuously! Of his books I've read, this has become my favorite.
grelber37 at 12:49 PM Oct 09

Bill Bryson books are always stimulating reads. As you note, the man has style.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 1 day ago

I just finished 1971's The House That Dripped Blood for "1970's Day." This was just flat out fun. It's a 4 story anthology centering on the different tenants who have inhabited a mysterious house that seems to bring nothing but death and destruction in the end. My favortes in order were 4, 3, 1 and 2. I thought they were all really well done but one of the stories ended too quickly and I'd have loved an entire movie based on it alone. I highly recommend this if you like spooky and short horror stories that tie together.
Glinda at 02:02 PM Oct 08

I think you would really like this WalkAway. It seems right up your alley. If you do watch it, the 3rd one (pictured, with Christopher Lee), is the one I wish were a full movie or at least longer than it was. It was, I think, the most unique and fascinating, just too short.

grelber37 at 05:08 PM Oct 08

The House That Dripped Blood is one that I have not seen. Thanks for mentioning it. A person must ever pursue new experiences--that drip blood.

emmyd at 06:25 PM Oct 08

Added to my list, thanks Glinda! It sounds very interesting.

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 3 days ago

For pre-1970s horror I've chosen 1963's The Haunting. Looking through pictures just now I vaguely recognize it so I may have seen it but if I did it was so long ago I don't remember details so I'm considering it a first watch. I really like Julie Harris who I just discovered stars in it.
dsloy at 01:46 PM Oct 07

so damn good

timmyd at 08:56 PM Oct 07

Hell Yeah !! my pick too . love the film.

Glinda at 11:29 PM Oct 07

Thanks you guys, it was fantastic! It had the perfect amount of spooky and creepy. I really enjoyed it.

emmyd and Dr Jan - check it out!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 3 days ago

Sicario was incredible and everybody was amazing in it. Emily Blunt can do anything.
dsloy at 01:47 PM Oct 07

great cinematography and music too

JohnLocke2342 at 06:43 PM Oct 08

Brilliant flick.. Blunt/Del Toro did enough to warrant heavy Oscar consideration in my eyes. Hell that entire flick needs some love come March (acting, directing, cinematography specifically)

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Pat Hatfreet at 10:16 PM Oct 09

Glad you loved it, Glinda!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 3 days ago

I've fallen in love with The Twilight Zone. In continuing with my First watch Halloween Ext. schedule, I watched 5 episodes today. The first 4, recommended to me by WalkAway and JohnLocke, were: Will the Real Martian Please Stand Up, Little Girl Lost, The Hitch Hiker & The Monsters are Due on Maple Street. After that I watched one I found called Kick the Can. I had to watch that one as that game was a huge part of my childhood! I'm planning to go back to the very beginning and watch through the series. Very easy watches and a lot of fun. My favorites of the above are Little Girl Lost and The Hitchhiker.
Glinda at 11:06 AM Oct 07

@movieman32 - I watched that episode last night and loved it. Very satisfying watch. Thank you!

Otis_Driftwood at 01:03 PM Oct 07

It's a classic for sure.

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Pat Hatfreet at 09:47 PM Oct 09

Glad you're loving it! I haven't seen a single episode from this series but I would like to.

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Donovan - Season of the Witch (featured in Romero's "Season of the Witch")


dsloy at 01:44 PM Oct 06

great song!

Otis_Driftwood at 03:26 PM Oct 06

"You've got to pick up every stitch!"

I agree, great song. Donovan always had that cool voice.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 4 days ago

For George Romero day I had a first watch of Season of the Witch. I liked it! It started really weird with a long dream sequence and that's not really my thing, but once I got past that and figured out what was going on this movie really grew on me. I wouldn't call it a "horror" per se though. Certainly not in the classic sense. I'm glad I chose this because I found it fascinating, even though it's known as one of Romero's weaker works apparently.
WalkAway at 10:13 PM Oct 05

I wanted to watch that but couldn't find it. Maybe next year!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 5 days ago

I'm watching the movie Death Game, which is the original of the movie coming up Knock Knock, with Keanu Reeves is a remake of. It's from 1977, and the one I'm watching the lead male's voice is dubbed horribly, the picture looks far away, dark and blurry like a continuous dream sequence and the music is so annoying my ears hurt. Somehow I still can't stop watching this movie. Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp are the two girls but I don't know the guy. Anybody else ever seen this movie?
Glinda at 11:35 AM Oct 05

grel, I don't even know how I got through this movie. The new one has to be better, sight unseen. I couldn't see much as it was so dark and I think a filter over the picture. It was loud and jarring. Jarring music and what sounded like continuous shrieking, someone in a nearby kitchen throwing dishes against the walls and clanging pots and pans, and all through this, Lloyd Christmas sitting on the couch doing the "most annoying sound in the world." There's also this silly song they play several times that was really annoying.

I kept at it because I wanted to see how it turned out. Not worth it. It could have been much better and maybe this new one will be, but I may skip it now.

timmyd at 07:59 PM Oct 05

with Keanu , it's bound to be better.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 09:32 PM Oct 05

Never seen that and I'm learning now that "Knock, Knock" is a remake. Sounds like it was a chore to go through!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

For Documentary Day today I just finished Terror in the Aisles. It was a lot of fun. Narrated mostly by Donald Pleasence and Nancy Allen.
WalkAway at 06:46 PM Oct 04

Adding to my list of things to watch!

Glinda at 09:33 PM Oct 04

It's on YouTube too!

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 12:00 PM Oct 05

cool! will look for that.

Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

Nix my status regarding Texas Chainsaw Massacre '74. I checked out the Parents Guide at IMDB (thanks OKC for letting me know about that), and it's not as bad as I was assuming. I should have known, considering it was 1974, that they'd not show him peeling the skin off people. So, keeping that in. Sorry this is really boring status but wanted to follow up.
WalkAway at 11:24 PM Oct 03

It's oddly tame considering its reputation but still incredibly effective.

OldKingClancy at 02:16 PM Oct 04

Yeah the original TCM isn't really that bad, it's much more about what you don't see than what you do. Something the sequels completely missed the point on.

Glinda at 09:34 PM Oct 04

Thanks you guys. This is just what I love to hear. Definitely going to watch it!

Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

I'm watching Terror in the Aisles tomorrow for documentary day, but I wanted to check out the you tube quality so watched the first 15 minutes. So far I'm loving it! However there was a clip from 1974 Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which I have planned as one of my first watches. I think I'm switching that out. So realistic and uncomfortably creepy knowing it's a true story. I really don't care to see people sawed up and sewn into clothing.
Glinda updated her STATUS: 6 days ago

For Action/Adventure Horror day I had a first time watch of Dracula Untold and I loved it! This all "new watches" I'm planning this month is good for me as I tend to re-watches favorites too often rather than try new stuff. This is great so far!
unbinkable at 06:00 PM Oct 03

I feel like this movie should've been an hour longer at least. It would have truly made it the epic movie it wanted to be. Having said that, I did enjoy the movie regardless.

WalkAway at 11:28 PM Oct 03

Luke Evans <3

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 10:09 PM Oct 04

Glad you loved it!

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 7 days ago

I've really been excited thinking that maybe Leo will finally get his Oscar with The Revenant, but now I'm torn because I want Matt Damon to win for The Martian. Is this the type of role he could win with?
JohnLocke2342 at 12:36 PM Oct 03

I would lean towards no solely because Hanks lost it for Castaway and he was more of a "one man movie" than Damon was in this. He could garner some recognition though and possibly grab a Nomination (I think he should).

OldKingClancy at 01:21 PM Oct 03

I don't think he'll win but I'm hoping for a nomination, I think he deserves that much for carrying the whole film.

Glinda at 04:17 PM Oct 03

Yeah I'll bet anything you guys are right. Going by history I'm sure it's going to be a no. :(

It sure would be nice if he did get nominated though, and if he doesn't win I hope Leonardo DiCaprio does at least. We already know his performance is going to be amazing.

Thanks for responding I much appreciate it. :)

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Glinda updated her STATUS: 7 days ago

Everybody: Stop what you're doing and go see The Martian. (you're asleep? pfft, who needs sleep. Grab a coffee on the way out…)
Glinda at 11:19 AM Oct 03

You're welcome grelber37. It's so much fun having a movie I want to rewatch the next day after seeing it!

@Pat - damn work. Always getting in the way of fun. Enjoy it this afternoon! I hope you love it.

Scotch at 11:45 PM Oct 03

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Pat Hatfreet at 08:13 PM Oct 04

@Glinda Damn work, you say? I couldn't even go in the afternoon, had to work overtime. And I already had other plans for the evening...

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