LOTR, pitch black, the descent, below, brotherhood of the wolf, labrynth, legend, star wars, Harry Potter, dark crystal, alien, pans labrynth, the professional, let the right one in, the city of lost children, martyrs, Oldboy, Ichi the Killer, the cottage, hellraiser, predator, raising arizona, the Alien movies, I Saw the Devil
What I Snack on in Movie Theaters
junior mints & coke
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horror, sci-fi/fantasy and thrillers are my favorites, but i love all movies. I watch a lot of foreign movies too. the more dark and disturbing the better in my opinion. i watched a lot of comedies when i was a kid, but have difficulty watching them now. my least favorites are romantic comedies. i find them rather nauseating.
In addition to movies, I'm an avid reader and have read almost everything by Richard Laymon and Jack Ketchum. Some of my other favorite authors are Edward Lee, Richard Laymon, Jack Ketchum, Douglas Preston, lincoln Child, Byian Smith, Brian Keene, and James Herbert. A few of my favorite bands are Alice in Chains, A Perfect Circle, Tool, and The Raconteurs. My roots are with bluegrass music and it will always hold a special place in my heart.
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"Yes, thanks for ghostery, that one's very useful.
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Often, at least in my experience,…"
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Sorry about the Paul thing. When I realized it I…"
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Low budget John Sturges noirish Western set in Mexico concerning an oilman who feels guilty about shooting a man suspected of robbing his company's payroll. Has its moments but some major plot…"