JULY2NOV

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  • v JMLEE509
    Stopped by to say emoticon ! Hope all's well!
    2378 days ago
  • v PHOENIXFIRE413
    hey there :) thanks for the comment and goodie the other day! hope your doing well :P
    2424 days ago
  • v SELAGRIMM
    Wow, that's quite a list. Haven't seen any of the Blind Dead series, will have to look for those as well. As for books, love anything horror/supernatural related. Vampires and Zombies being my fav subjects to read, love true crime stuff too as well as the classics. One of my fav authors is R. Patrick Gates, not well known but dude is seriously twisted. Ever come across "The Prison" or "Grimm Memorials" check them out, they are a good read. Right now I have Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, The Zombie Survival Guide, and The Complete Works of Anne Sexton going at the moment. Waiting on the shelf is Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, The Lost and The Mothman Prophecies. I have well over a hundred more on my wishlist on Bookmooch, its just a matter of finding time to read them.
    2427 days ago
  • v SELAGRIMM
    LMAO...yes it does seem we are in the same boat. Love Clouzot, of course Les Diaboliques is my fav. of his. L'Assassin habite au 21 is another good one as well. Also anything of Argento, Fulci, Bava, for Italian Giallo. Werner Herzog I absolutly adore, The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser is my fav of his...and of course his remake of the 1922 Nosferatu. Have you ever watched any Josť Mojica Marins (Coffin Joe, Brazilian) his movies are loads of fun, as well as a bit strange. What type of books do you read, if ya don't mind me asking?
    2428 days ago
  • v WILDEMOON
    rofl Thanks! I'll be sure to stock up on towels & water bottles if I give it a go :)
    2428 days ago
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