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October 17, 2012 |
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#2 #8 #16…always thought that's quite common knowledge…or I watch way too many Horror-movies
#18..doesn't surprise me
#18 didn't surprise me either
You're just so much more clever than the rest of us…
shhhhhh….well, you did it! Now it's out…was supposed to be a secret.
to this day "IT" has been the only movie to really scare me, i saw it when i was young
to this day I still come across a random balloon just skipping across my path…
I still don't go close to storm drains :/
#28 I was delivering pizzas yesterday and had to park next to one and step over it and everything. I've had a phobia about them for awhile, but it never occurred to me (until yesterday) that it might very well be Stephen King's IT that is the source of that phobia.
And today, you say this. Hm.
I stood as far away from the shower drain as I could and would hover over the toilet to poop so I could make sure Pennywise wasn't going to get me.
you could have told me Rosie was in #30 and I still wouldn't have cared
I just saw that movie the other day, for the first time….with my kids…. Rosie would have ruined it. The blonde witch is SJP!
SJP is actually REALLY hot in this movie.
#29 Who is this Stephen Spielberg? Is he Steven's brother?
yep his lesser known brother that went the path of director for high quality porn
I believe it is actually Spielbergo, a top mexican director.
#1 = Mind Blown , who new ?
Wes Craven drew inspiration for the movie based on the work his students did at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY. The students made a horror movie using a frat house on Elm Street…the actual house was claimed to be haunted and was demolished in 2010. The town in the movie is Madstop which is Potsdam backwards.
now THAT'S cool info. Nice work, Madstop. And, next time I watch, I'll be listening to every word to verify the claim. I really thought they said it a couple of times.
Nightmare on Elm Street and Insidious take place in the same universe. Lin Shaye, the teacher in Nightmare, is affected by all her students dying in their sleep from a demon attacking their celestial bodies. She learns how to control her celestial body and of the Further then travels around aiding people as a 'spirit guide' eventually meeting the Lambert family.
The words "Karate Kid" are never said once onscreen in the original "Karate Kid." MIND BLOWN.
wrong at the end there is the line "every town has an elm street "
Nope, that line is from Freddy's Dead. They never say anything about Elm street in the first movie
wasnt #2 a nixon mask ?
Yeah…..it's a Nixon mask…..(sigh). Ass.
#18 Anybody surprised?
Always knew that crazy bitch wasn't acting….
Vicky Vallencourt is the devil!
Nope, it just makes sense
#30 Instead she opted for the lifetime role of the scary bitch.
#28 I saw this when I was 7 (thank you, my dear sister) through my fingers. Twenty years later, I still hate clowns with the heat of thousand suns. For that and simply because clowns are just creepy…
The very definition of irony…
I've always thought she was stunning.
In a mentally unstable 'Moments away from either killing or fucking you' sort of way.
That's the BEST kind!
She was really hot as Vicki Vallencourt
#17 I love you Mary Jane…
Was thinking the same thing.
In my mind, she'll always be Mary Jane from "Half Baked".
#16 Did not know that but imagine that would have been a superb episode.
I think it would depend on which season of the X-files it was made in.
Final Destination also "pays tribute" to this movie…
Sole Survivor http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0181012/
It's actually quite good and the similarities are plenty between it and FD.
When you buy night of the living dead theres a spoof that comes with it called night of the living bread … And, Well basically its the same movie but zombies are replaced by .. Sliced bread .. They actually throw slices of bread everywhere .. Pretty funny
#18 Wiccan or not, still would!
#28 isn't actually true.
It's on the internet. Of course it's true!
Yeah…I was going to call bullshit on that one too.
It is hard to believe.
Sweet merciful crap! If you're going to caption a bunch of pics for the internet, FUCKING PROOF READ BEFORE UPLOADING. #11 #15 etc
#1 the actual Nightmare on Elm Street house in Potsdam Ny was just torn down to build a new town hall…sad sight to see.
That is truly awful! I would have loved to see it before that happened. This will always be my favorite classic horror series.
#18 is from American History X which is not considered by anyone to be a horror movie. I suspect this was a cheap ploy to post a photo of the lovely Fairuza Balk. I'll have you know I'm registering a complaint with the American Internet Chat and News Consolidation Forums Association of America.
You are wrong
I agree. She's in The Craft and I'm pretty sure that's where this pic is from.
I'll have you know I'm reregistering a registered complaint against your complaint once you've complained
"I'm gonna teach you a real lesson now motherfucker, put your fucking mouth on the curb…PUT IT ON THE CURB RIGHT NOW!!"
that right there placed an idea in every bullies mind I ever knew, thus making American History X a scary movie
#18 is a side-note to #17. Fairuza Balk starred in The Craft.
I am NOT a grammar nazi, but there are so many grammatical mistakes in these captions…
Shut up grammar nazi.
#33 …huh, well that things in different perspective
#13 My wife just leaned over my shoulder and said if Cruise had played the lead she'd have been rooting for the horseman… lol
I think you meant #24
#21 probably a good call
#18 Always smokin' hot, all the time.
Your an idiot.
I know it's just spam, but come on…
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