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So, the Halloween season seems like a fitting time to toss this out there: what films you enjoy which are, by any conventional sense, pretty terrible movies, but still are very entertaining at some level? Why so?
So, last night I was watching Better Off Dead (1985) and I got to thinking today about how many truly amazing films were release in that decade. Be it action, horror, comedy, romantic, surreal, war film, science fiction, and all the rest.
So, just tossing it out there: what are your favorite...
So wrong, on so many levels. And I did not get the fictional references. But still hilarious. "Pump actions never malfunctions", "Dumpsterfire DNF", "Shockwave power!". LMAO!
(Thought the guy in a pink dress ... no es bueno. :eek:)
I see a lot of forums and articles saying the concensus is just carry 9mm over .380 due to stopping power or other variables. Has any one had or know of some horror stories where they wish they would've had a 9 instead of 380? I can't seem to find anything. Just trying to get a more round...
Alrighty then, in the spirit of the season, I thought a companion thread to Favorite Fright Flicks might be fun too. This one focuses on horror novels, novellas, and the like.
So what are some of your favorite horror novels and authors?