House on Haunted Hill, The Fly, Last Man on Earth. 13 Ghosts, Carnival of Souls,Universal Classic Monster Movies.
Who are your favorite stars?
Vincent Price, Bela Lugosi... Pretty much all the Classic Horror Icons.
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
I am a single father. I just recently (within the last few years) gotten into classic movies. Yes, I was one of those people that used to not watch any movie in Black and White. But I have seen the error of my ways.
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Thanks... I hope to see plenty people join. I am all about horror... something that I know Roger isn't much into. And when I saw that there was no group for classic horror... well that is just something I had to do something about.
Greetings Addicted2DVD and welcome to the Golden Age of Hollywood! I'm glad you saw the error of your ways and repented of your B&W phobia. Glad to see you already get involved by creating a new group. I know several members who will probably join immediately.
Hey, Pete, welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood! I see you've already gotten into it by creating a classic horror group. I'm off to join it now and become your 2nd official member besides yourself...
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