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I watched What We Do In The Shadows last night. I thought it was very good but I had an issue with Jemaine Clement (Vladislav). I really like him and he did a great job, but he also does the voice of Hanna's horse in the DirecTV commercials. Every time he talked I thought of Hannah Davis on a beach in a bikini. I'm not saying it was an unpleasant distraction, but still a distraction.
Didn't know...I'm usually paying attention to other aspects of the commercial.



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Say Cheeze! I baked these last night:



BTW, "Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein" comes to Netflix on the 1st. Bet you can't wait.
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^Those look good Brian!


I watched Area 407 on Shudder today and it was ok for a shaky cam movie. Pay off isn't that great and you can figure this one out quickly before the half of the movie has elapsed.

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Ok, are the Terminator movies considered or can they be at least partially considered horror movies?

I love them, and i loved this one. Number 1, 2, and this one make a great trilogy. Forget the third and fourth.

I love the whole concept, the Terminators, Skynet, Sarah Conner, John Conner, and i love my namesake Arnold. Really enjoyed this one today, even more than Jurassic yesterday. Nice to get some enjoyment!!

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Ok, are the Terminator movies considered or can they be at least partially considered horror movies?
I never thought of them as horror movies but if you say they are I'm good with it. The genre is so diverse I doubt anyone will try to change your mind about it.
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I consider the Terminators more sci-fi. However, the first one definitely more horror based. I watched it recently (remastered version). Arnie was a bad mofo.

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BTW, "Alvin and the Chipmunks Meet Frankenstein" comes to Netflix on the 1st. Bet you can't wait.
Dayum. Those look great. Perfect appetizer for Alvin meets Franky.

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Watched Unfriended today. Not bad and was pretty fun.
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Ok, are the Terminator movies considered or can they be at least partially considered horror movies?

I love them, and i loved this one. Number 1, 2, and this one make a great trilogy. Forget the third and fourth.

I love the whole concept, the Terminators, Skynet, Sarah Conner, John Conner, and i love my namesake Arnold. Really enjoyed this one today, even more than Jurassic yesterday. Nice to get some enjoyment!!
Excellent, any time you can walk out of the theater having not been disappointed is a win in my book!

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Ok, are the Terminator movies considered or can they be at least partially considered horror movies?

I love them, and i loved this one. Number 1, 2, and this one make a great trilogy. Forget the third and fourth.

I love the whole concept, the Terminators, Skynet, Sarah Conner, John Conner, and i love my namesake Arnold. Really enjoyed this one today, even more than Jurassic yesterday. Nice to get some enjoyment!!
I consider the first one kinda thriller/horror/action/sci. James Cameron said that he had a nightmare of ruby eyed machines coming to kill him hence the idea of the Terminator was born, so yeah I would say that is horror to some degree.

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Ha ha ha ha, I have a great Facebook friend who lives in Canada who is totally freaked out by clowns, and I am always sending clowns to her. She will kill me!!!!

By the way, yesterday finally went to the theater, saw Jurassic World, and yes, i consider the Jurassic movies horror movies. Was very good. Didnt have the wonderment moments of the original, but in reality you can only get that once. Overall i enjoyed it a lot. Still thought i liked the first one better, but this is worth seeing for sure. Saw it in 3D.

Today i am going to see Terminator Genysis. Would that be considered a horror movie? I love Arnie and the Terminator movies, i am lucky my theater still has it, and in 3D just like the Jurassic one i saw yesterday. Nice to get out of the house a little that doesnt relate going to doctors or hospitals for my wife. Things still rough there, and will continue to be, but at least i can leave her for an afternoon at this point no problem.
Well there is a genre known as tech/horror/sci-fi Saturn 3 and the first Terminator would fit into those.

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Thank you for the not SO subliminal message.
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I finished Deep in the Darkness last night and yes,it was a good watc. One thing that bothered me was I couldn't place the neighbor,Phil. Looked it up this morning,he is Dean Stockwell,he played Ben in Blue Velvet. Curiosity satisfied.
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I finished Deep in the Darkness last night and yes,it was a good watc. One thing that bothered me was I couldn't place the neighbor,Phil. Looked it up this morning,he is Dean Stockwell,he played Ben in Blue Velvet. Curiosity satisfied.
Great ol' character actor.
FWIW, I didn't realize he was still alive.

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Dayum. Those look great. Perfect appetizer for Alvin meets Franky.
They are particularly good with bacon or black forest ham in them. The one I tried from the place that sells them in the next city over was the latter with probably a premium cheese too. Very tasty!

They do daily specials but those seem to sell out fast. BTW, these I made using up the rest of the Parker House rolls and use two for each zombie, one on the bottom and one on top. I'm not much of a white bread lover so want to do wheat next maybe with Trader Joe's whole wheat pizza dough in the refer section or make dough with my bread machine.

"Alien Outpost" from the title and poster may look like an Asylum movie but it is far from it. Available on Netflix this excellent little title is both sci-fi and horror in one. The premise is that it is a documentary done by a professional crew about a military team hunting down remaining alien "heavies" after a war with alien invaders. This is a smart film and I gave 4 severed goat heads.
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I started it, but fell asleep.
Too much of Been There, Done That to keep me awake.

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