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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on November 3, 2011

A guy walks into a bar in Tuscaloosa and orders a white wine.
All the hillbillies sitting around the bar look up from their beer and whiskey, expecting to see some pitiful Yankee from the north.
The bartender says, “You ain’t from around here, are ya?”
The guy says, “No, I’m from Canada.”
The bartender says, “What do you do in Canada?”
The guy says, “I’m a taxidermist.”
The bartender says, “A taxidermist? What in the hell is a taxidermist? Do you drive a taxi?”
“No”, says the Canadian “A taxidermist doesn’t drive a taxi, I mount animals.”
The bartender grins and hollers, “Its okay boys. He’s one of us.”

GO LSU!!!

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on November 1, 2011

The latest ‘Bad Lip-Reading’, HERMAN CAIN

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 31, 2011

Wrapping up the list of Best Horror Movies You Didn’t see. The #1 is- JACOB’S LADDER!
Even while watching it NOT on halucinegenics you will freak. And c’mon, Tim Robinson is completely tremendous. This is a movie that you think got seen by millions. But it was not.


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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 28, 2011

Monday is the real Halloween 10/31. I will reveal the best Horror Movie Un-Seen. Check back for it then.
Today is 2nd best Horror movie you have never seen. I watched this as a very young child in the 70’s for the first time and had nightmares about it up until last week!
Sarah (Carol Lynley) brings her husband to visit her childhood home on a remote island. Even though the Old Mill is legally hers, the islanders try and warn her away, saying that the building is cursed, and anyone who goes in there is savagely attacked by a demon… But because Sarah is young and attractive, some of the young men, including her cousin (Oliver Reed) don’t mind if she stays a little longer. If only her husband (Gig Young) wasn’t around… The hostile, closed community of the island, and their menacing treatment of outsiders is a weighty subplot to the story of the thing in the attic.

The Shuttered Room-

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 27, 2011

Most horror fans are familiar with images from F.W. Murnau’s silent-era Nosferatu, even if they’ve never seen the film itself. But let’s be frank here — sometimes those silent movies, classic or not, can be tough-going. And this is certainly true of Murnau’s original Dracula adaptation. But that’s why we keep Werner Herzog around, isn’t it? To spice things up at the movie house from time to time.

And this for fun. Movie Villians laughing maniacally. Click below for video mash up-
 http://www.nextmovie.com/blog/villains-l…

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 26, 2011

As we continue this week with great Horror Un-Seen, this is a music video. A reminder to buy CANDY for the kids this Halloween! Do NOT give them anything healthy! Or else!-

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 25, 2011

You know about my fascination with Serial Killers. This movie is by far one of the best serial killer movies in the history of serial killer movies. Loosely based on a real serial killer. ‘Henry’ is a sick twisted f*ck. See a clip below-

Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Is memorable — nightmarishly so — for its own portraits, specifically of the murders the title character undertakes. So heinous and horrible are these acts that the film most certainly is not for all audiences, but for those looking for an alternative to the increasingly cartoonish portrayals of the Hannibal Lecters and Jason Voorhees of the world, Henry is the place to be.
Michael Rooker stars as Henry, who is loosely based on the real-life killer Henry Lee Lucas. Shot on 16mm film for a hundred grand, the low-budget picture thrives because of its constraints, embracing the “realness” of it all. Rooker is a cipher, a half person who is as inscrutable as the question of why any human being would ever do what he does. The film was slapped with an X rating when it was made in 1986, and it subsequently went unreleased for a few years before finally seeing the light of day… and setting off a firestorm of controversy.

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 24, 2011

This is a rare horror film that requires you to simply suspend your disbelief and go along with some fantasy. What you’re seeing doesn’t always make sense, but the result is beautiful and frightening. Perhaps some audiences wanted Paperhouse to follow conventions and be something that it’s not. That may account for its failure at the box office. If you have a strong attraction to fantasy, though; if, like Fox Mulder, you “want to believe,” this is a find.

PAPERHOUSE-

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 21, 2011

This one may not be scary scary but for sure you have never seen it because it hasn’t come out yet! It looks AWESOME! The great thing about this movie is that AN 18 YEAR OLD GIRL WROTE AND DIRECTED IT!!!!!! Go Girrrrrrrl!

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Comments Off | Posted by Kat on October 20, 2011

Continueing ‘Scary Movies You’ve Never Seen’ for Halloween. This one stars the Ellen Page. Most known for the awesome movie ‘Juno’. Note-she cuts off a pedophiles man junk then makes him watch while she puts the junk in a mixer. This is not that scene though. Have to watch the movie for that!

See more here-
 http://www.traileraddict.com/trailer/har…

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