Guess I'm dating myself. Recall when they used to run, seemingly every Sunday, at local tractor pulls. I saw Star Wars (Episode IV A New Hope) when it came to theaters, 1977. Saw the original Conan the Barbarian in a theater as well.Aren't they both a bit old for this kind of thing? I mean come on, Grave Digger was born in 1982.
Waited in a long line Memorial Day weekend for Star Wars when I was a kid. So guess I'm old too.Guess I'm dating myself. Recall when they used to run, seemingly every Sunday, at local tractor pulls. I saw Star Wars (Episode IV A New Hope) when it came to theaters, 1977. Saw the original Conan the Barbarian in a theater as well.
Seen the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre in a drive-in, as well as about four of the Howling series movies. Watched The Stand and The Shining on television. Saw all the Nightmare on Elm on VHS, all the Hellraiser series as well. Somewhere I saw The Hills Have Eyes, while growing up.
Now, I do not like horror movies. More of a chick flick, or rom-com, action, comedy in no particular order, person. Do still enjoy a lot of the true crime stuff though and Criminal Minds. Yes, have seen all the Hannibal movies. Have seen most of the Friday the 13th ones as well, think I snuck 1 Halloween one but those I kind of steered away from. Of course, have seen Rosemary's Baby.
Do not like horror now, though. Hm, now I feel decrepit and out to pasture. *sighs*
*stares blankly after reading, blinks ...*
I'm not entirely sure that they have their heads up their own asses. Sometimes I think they are instead up the asses of the Big Tobacco executives who slipped a little something into their stockings.*stares blankly after reading, blinks ...*
Ho Ho man ought to bring a lot of those kinds of folks, a big unfuck yourself machine, what makes them all go pop at the same time. The pop sound will be them pulling their heads out of their asses. May they be so blessed.