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My favorite parts of baseball are when they don’t play baseball
Oh man, with that link I’ve just been rereading WMOATs and holy cow. I miss it.
Really liked it. Hannibal and now Bates Motel – it’s probably too much psychopath per week but I’m living on the edge.
While I agree it can come off as disingenuous, I think because it is a moment in history and has weight beyond whether or not I believe in it, makes it worthwhile.
Your Halloween costume should be the stages of your Halloween costume because: SCAAAARRRY!
Whoa. Hold on. 6 Souls used to be a movie called Shelter: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1179069/ that was released in 2009. I’m sure I’ve seen it. Or is the movie itself multiple personalities? Hm???
wait, twice to 2 wives… I’d watch this show.
Richard Pryor Wives
(THAT GUY MARRIED 9 TIMES!!)
Well now we know what Matt’s dick looks like.
Not one mention of the Cumberbatch. Videogum commenters, I thought I knew ye.
And you got a Steve Winwood reply?! You’re making history today, newbie.
That was samwise gamgee I believe.
I ‘unguiltily’ enjoyed it. Not because I’m a bitter person but because of changes in perspective (and I don’t think the above photo (like the others) is making her ‘ugly’).
I’ve never commented so much on anything. This subject is catnip.
“This place is a tomb” is something I say at every opportunity (in a L Fishburne voice). Fun fact.
I love Black Christmas. There. I said it.
I love that version, I love the 40s version, and I have to admit I kinda like the recent remake. It’s just a timeless tell that can be retold over and over and really speak to a generation.
…and if you like found footage – Atrocious may be up your alley. Although it’s subtitled so it can give you a headache, what with all that camera shaking and reading at the same time.
The Innkeepers was fun.
Why would you take away something that gives us such joy? As you continuously point out – we are all going to die one day. Give us the joy of your recaps until we all meet the great blogger in the sky.
This was so ridiculously enjoyable.
Wow. wowowow. I like that the “composer” “read” her “book” and grasped the “theme”.