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Thanks for giveaway, i'm in +1

Hellraiser was a good horror for me.
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dudetterinazor: Someone else already mentioned The Watcher in the Woods. I watched when I was young too (it was shown during school) and made an impression at the time, of course not so much on repeat viewing years later.
Yeah, that's what I was afraid of, and why I'd rather not rewatch it. I know it could never possibly be as frightening as I remember it. The worst part was after watching it and going to bed, I remember my mother playing it again (I can only assume a friend had come over to visit and they decided to watch it) and just having to hear it again from my bedroom only intensified the ordeal. I just wonder how many children were traumatized because their parents brought home a "Disney" movie.

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park_84: Disney's Alice in Wonderland.

It is a very disturbing story, even more when you are a little kid. The idea of being trapped alone in a world ruled by insanity, surrounded by crazy people acting without any kind of logic, seeing it as a journey to your own madness... It is really scary, much more than any Freddy Krueger as a bogeyman.
Funny, that. I recall the live action (I believe it was made for televsion) Alice in Wonderland from the mid 80sish had a scene with the Jabberwocky creeping me right the **** out.
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tarangwydion: Back then, well, more like way, way back then, I thought Bridge Across Time http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088852/ was scary. Nowadays, I still think David Hasselhoff is scary... *laugh*
In holland there was a lottery who used him in a commercial and some games you could win tickets with, a trophy and some shirts with his face on it. http://www.mamstore.co.uk/product-media/1Q5/458/458/David-Hasselhoff-The-Man-Myth-T-Shirt.jpg Guess you don't want one?
Post edited October 30, 2013 by lugum
Obligatory Torchlight code :



APJ8-VM8B-RFYA-BVAM
Drawing this tomorrow BTW .
Post edited October 30, 2013 by Licurg
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lugum: In holland there was a lottery who used him in a commercial and some games you could win tickets with, a trophy and some shirts with his face on it. http://www.mamstore.co.uk/product-media/1Q5/458/458/David-Hasselhoff-The-Man-Myth-T-Shirt.jpg Guess you don't want one?
Oh, the Horror! :-)
The movie that stands out to me is The Hills Have Eyes 2. That movie was disgusting and it did scare me quite a lot. Thanks for the giveaway, I'm in.
Well I have seen a lot of scary movies but nothing stuck with me like Stephen King's "It"....effing clowns - hate em. Sewers took on a whole new meaning. Crap. the movie wasn't all that great but man it bit something in me :-(
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Licurg: Obligatory Torchlight code :
Drawing this tomorrow BTW .
code worked!
+1 Licurg
Post edited October 31, 2013 by Rusty_Gunn
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Rusty_Gunn: Can I have It?
its to the first one to redeem the code here on gog so if it doesn't work you are too late
Drawing this in a couple of hours , so you'll still have time to buy before the end of the promo .
And CLOSED ! Winner will be announced shortly .
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Thespian*: snip
Fortune favors the Vulcan. Check PM.


P.S. Klingons are still cooler .
Post edited October 31, 2013 by Licurg
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Licurg: Fortune favors the Vulcan. Check PM.

P.S. Klingons are still cooler .
Woo-hoo! Thanks a lot, Licurg!

PS: When in Pon-Farr, a Vulcan could beat any Klingon. :p
Post edited October 31, 2013 by Thespian*
Congrats Thespian* and thanks again sausa... I mean Licurg. :p
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triock: Congrats Thespian* and thanks again sausa... I mean Licurg. :p
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Congrats ye fearful Spaniard!