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 Posted: Sun Jan 8th, 2012 06:27 pm

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zombie wrote: Sebastian wrote: zombie wrote: Sebastian wrote: I'll pick Rare Exports. I know a few have seen it and others have it. :p
link me! :p

What is this, free movie week? :p I am no pirate.

you want discussion? arrr, link me! :p

I'll see what there is. :p



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zombie wrote: Sebastian wrote: zombie wrote: Sebastian wrote: I'll pick Rare Exports. I know a few have seen it and others have it. :p
link me! :p

What is this, free movie week? :p I am no pirate.

you want discussion? arrr, link me! :p

Arr Harr Harr!



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Was my IMDb link the right one? It didn't appear horror to me.:p



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It's about santas who flay kids. It has horror entrenched in it. :p



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It's about santas who flay kids. It has horror entrenched in it. :p

Good enough for me. As long as I can count it on my list of horror films seen.:p



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JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
It's about santas who flay kids. It has horror entrenched in it. :p

Good enough for me. As long as I can count it on my list of horror films seen.:p

Pretty sure it would count.



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 Posted: Sun Jan 8th, 2012 07:54 pm

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to late to get in on this?  :p


if not, do horror comedies count?


If I'm not too late and if horror comedies count, I pick Tucker and Dale Vs Evil.



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I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p



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JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p



so long as you can find links so we don't have go and search out this shit ourselves.  :p



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JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.



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JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p



so long as you can find links so we don't have go and search out this shit ourselves.  :p


Naturally I'll provide a means for viewage.:p



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Sebastian wrote: JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.

expand horizons? :p



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JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.



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JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.

Yes, but we have to be able to actually see them.



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JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.

Yes, but we have to be able to actually see them.


I know this. I'm not going to pick any lost films.:p



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JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.

Yes, but we have to be able to actually see them.


I know this. I'm not going to pick any lost films.:p

But will you pick ones that are readily available to regular folk... I sense not.



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Sebastian wrote: JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.

Yes, but we have to be able to actually see them.


I know this. I'm not going to pick any lost films.:p

But will you pick ones that are readily available to regular folk... I sense not.

like rare exports? :p



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JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.

Yes, but we have to be able to actually see them.


I know this. I'm not going to pick any lost films.:p

But will you pick ones that are readily available to regular folk... I sense not.


Well, it depends on what you mean by available. I won't pick a movie that I can't watch, so there's that at least to gauge how available a movie might be.



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zombie wrote: Sebastian wrote: JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: Sebastian wrote:
JigsawX wrote: I'm going to have everyone know not one of my picks will be 2000's or up.:p

Expect some true classic coming up from the 1920-1970's.:thumb:p

Why? Most of us won't have seen those films, so what is the point? The point here isn't to show off how diverse our film range is, it's to get discussion.


And it's good to discuss movies we haven't seen. I haven't seen Re-Animator until today, so it's not necessary you watch the film before it's a MOTW.

Yes, but we have to be able to actually see them.


I know this. I'm not going to pick any lost films.:p

But will you pick ones that are readily available to regular folk... I sense not.

like rare exports? :p

Whilst not perhaps in everyones larder, it's readily available, was a big hit last year, and I gave it to someone for the October giftswap. ;)



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Plus Rare Exports is on NetFlix.



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