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Uh. [13 Aug 2004|10:51am]
[ mood | bored ]

no one writes in here.... Should we have another night... like this weekend or something?

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i forgot to say... [13 Aug 2004|11:01am]
[ mood | refreshed ]

I saw Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle on monday. that was a very funny movie and very cool. watch it if u can. its the only movie where u see a stone cheetah 8D

-JDC

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This weekend sounds good... [13 Aug 2004|11:50am]
So where are we going to have it this time? Anyone want to volunteer their house?
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[13 Aug 2004|02:41pm]
Im up for it guys. Just let me know what day, what time, what movie, etc... so i can ask my grandma cuz she has a huge tele.
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May I Suggest [13 Aug 2004|08:45pm]
[ mood | excited ]

"Last Man on Earth", a Creature Feature classic!

Summary: The Last Man on Earth is a great film to watch alone. Horror veteran Vincent Price plays Dr. Robert Morgan, a desperate and lonely man who's left alone in an apocalyptic world. A world ruled by zombie-like vampires as a result of a widespread plague. These vampire zombies are highly reminiscent of George Romero's walking dead in Night of the Living Dead. Price does a remarkable job interacting with practically nothing. He's alone throughout the majority of the film. His performance largely carries this low budgeter. When you watch the movie alone, you really feel where his character is coming from and a sense of hopelessness is established. The Last Man on Earth is really a thought-provoking, creepy classic. I recommend it be watched with Charlton Heston's The Omega Man to see another take on the same story.

Morgan, let me in ::thump thump on door::

We have it if you're interested.

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