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Old 10-02-2013, 04:31 PM   #31
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Yeah, that's it. It says it's R on Amazon at least.

Amazon.com: Halloween III: Season of the Witch: Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O'Herlihy, Michael Currie: Amazon Instant Video


I'm finally listening to that Haxan Cloak album again, seems like good October music.
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Old 10-02-2013, 04:40 PM   #32
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I always break out Dead Man's Bones to listen to around Halloween. Love that album
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Old 10-02-2013, 07:39 PM   #33
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That's the "Three more days to Halloween" one, right?
Six more days to Halloween, Halloween Halloween...sadly thats the best part of the movie.

I don't recall any connection to Michael Myers. Been a while since I saw it though.
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Old 10-02-2013, 07:55 PM   #34
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I was a little concerned that you were announcing there were only 6 days til Halloween, rather than quoting some lame movie I'll never watch. I saw that and thought shit!! I missed pearl jam!
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Now that would be scary.
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Six more days to Halloween, Halloween Halloween...
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Old 10-03-2013, 01:02 AM   #37
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These were truly creepy!
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It's a total B movie, and has absolutely nothing to do with the rest of the films in the franchise, but I've been wanting to see the actual "R" version of Halloween 3: Season of the Witch. I've only ever seen it edited for TV.
It's funny you say that. There are soooooooo many of those slasher movie sequels that I've only ever seen on TV. And I think about it every Halloween season, how silly it is that I'm sitting through Friday the 13th Part 2 for like the fifth time...on TV. The exciting parts of these movies are the over the top gory kills and the occasional shots of female nudity. But they don't show any of that on AMC.

I've wasted a lot of my life.

I bring up Friday the 13th Part 2 specifically because I actually do have a fondness for that one. It has my favorite ever "final girl" in a bad slasher movie. Her name is Ginny. She's super cute.
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It's funny you say that. There are soooooooo many of those slasher movie sequels that I've only ever seen on TV. And I think about it every Halloween season, how silly it is that I'm sitting through Friday the 13th Part 2 for like the fifth time...on TV. The exciting parts of these movies are the over the top gory kills and the occasional shots of female nudity. But they don't show any of that on AMC.

I've wasted a lot of my life.

I bring up Friday the 13th Part 2 specifically because I actually do have a fondness for that one. It has my favorite ever "final girl" in a bad slasher movie. Her name is Ginny. She's super cute.
However IFC shows it all and they play a lot of those "films" this month.
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My Target didn't get FrankenBerry in yet These are awesome
Where did you find the Count Chocula ?
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America

Canada does not allow fun cereal, in fact, fun in general was only allowed starting in 1982.
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True, yes, American Target.

But that's just the classic boxes getting the release at Target. The five flavors are supposed to be getting picked up by whatever grocery stores tend to sell GM cereal. Just in new boxes.
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Canada does not allow fun cereal, in fact, fun in general was only allowed starting in 1982.
There were a couple grocery stores in toronto last year that sold them
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There were a couple grocery stores in toronto last year that sold them
Did you report them to the RCMP?
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