"Hi Diane - I have always loved sci-fi and horror. I never could afford to collect horror mags when I was a kid but I did used to stay up late night on Friday and Saturdays to be able to see all the old monster flicks. I still love em!
And yea...I am…"
"I love the fennec fox! They look cartoonish.
I'm also a sci fi fan; I see you like all the Star Trek movies. Me too; my favorite with the old crew is the Wrath of Kahn and with Picard's crew First Contact. But I'm not what you'd…"
"most everything I've heard and read about the movie version says that it was more about the acting, which I think was superb on Jackman's and Hathaway's parts. I totally agree with you about Crowe's performance, which seemed…"
"Hello Diane and welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood. I hope you enjoy the site!
And please don't be shy. Feel free to jump right in and participate. We're friendly and have never been known to bite.
Apr 15, 2013
Diane Betts is now a member of The Golden Age of Hollywood
Hi Diane - I have always loved sci-fi and horror. I never could afford to collect horror mags when I was a kid but I did used to stay up late night on Friday and Saturdays to be able to see all the old monster flicks. I still love em!
And yea...I am a pretty bug Star Trek fan and love the shows, the movies and even the books. Glad to see you changed your pic back. I like it better!
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