Wizard of Oz. Alice in Wonderland. Grindhouse: Death Proof and Planet Terror. Elvira's Movie Macabre. Night of the Living Dead. Kill Bill 1 & 2. William Castle's House on Haunted Hill. The Tingler. Almost Famous. What Dreams May Come. Wonderland. Strangers on a Train. Double Indemnity. Halloween. Friday the 13th. Beast from Haunted Cave. (a lot of old horror movies)
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
Medium Popcorn. No Butter. Large Coke.
Are you a Netflix employee?
I love movies. That's why I am here! I love camp, grindhouse, film noir, classics and macbre. I have a pretty nice collections (around 1300 films). I usually watch 2 movies per day (and work a FULL time job). I work at a school for special needs children. I love my job. I have 6 dogs and 1 cat, all were rescued except for Amber (my chihuahua) that I have had for 8 years. I am an animal advocate:)
To each their own. The Romans said "Degustibus!" or its just a matter of personal taste! Besides, I just like having friend who have cute dogs! One can never have too many! The Romans probably said that first, too!
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