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Nick Younker Oct 18
When your daughter says she wants to be Ripley for , you do as you're told!
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Nick Younker 20h
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🎬Bring Back Fear🎬 19h
Which is the scariest house to stay the night in? 1: Myers House 2: Nightmare on Elm St House 3: Chainsaw Massacre House 4: House on Haunted Hill
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Nick Younker Oct 19
Retweet if you're one of the Weirdos!
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Jacob Calta Oct 20
PULSE (2001) Dir: Kiyoshi Kurosawa DP: Jun'ichirô Hayashi Music: Takefumi Haketa This tech-centric ghost story is one of the most impeccably crafted of Kurosawa's J-horror work. The gloomy industrial imagery coupled with the eerie entities make it an arresting tale.
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Nick Younker 18h
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Nick Younker Oct 20
Yeah, I did it... so what?
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Jacob Calta Oct 20
THE FOG (1980) Dir: John Carpenter DP: Dean Cundey Music: John Carpenter An overcast, bone-chilling tale of a coastal town confronting its blackened pass on its centennial. A strong cast backed by haunting music & gorgeous visuals with plenty of moodiness to spare.
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Nick Younker 9h
The Mother of all Mothers!
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Holidaze Halloween 🎃 Oct 19
Happy birthday to the immortal Count, Bela Lugosi 🖤🦇🖤🦇 (October 20, 1882 - August 16, 1956)
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The Weirdling Oct 20
They’ll be there for you...
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Andy Sum 🎃 Oct 19
The test is now available on Steam! It's a short psychological game which analyses your darkest fears. 🌚💀👻 I hope you get a good spook 👀 RTs appreciated 🙏
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Nick Younker Oct 19
I can spot a few...
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Nick Younker Oct 20
Should I ask for her number?
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Nick Younker 20h
Retweet if you understand this reference!
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Dell Sweet 12h
His face came away from the asphalt with a wet sucking noise and he nearly stopped. Expecting pain to come. Expecting the sky to fall. Expecting something, but nothing happened. The sucking sound stopped when his face finally pulled free…
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Jacob Calta Oct 19
NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968, George A. Romero) A desolate, claustrophic, & chilly terror that delivers an apt commentary on society dealing with catastrophic events. Romero's spiky camerawork, sharp cutting, & smart use of stock music make it a brilliant B-movie.
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Sarah's Frightmare 17h
Worked over 20 hours between Friday and Saturday, NOW I finallyyyyy get to go see Halloween! 2pm showtime, hell yeahhhh can't wait!
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Nick Younker Oct 20
I cringe just looking at 'em!
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Nick Younker 4h
If you're a fan, then you know what comes next...
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