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"16. Supernatural - Pre-Code (1933) horror film starring Carole Lombard and Randolph…"

Rosie Sayer replied Apr 13 to A Game I Play

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"I couldn't get that video to play but I found this humorous review of the movie (use…"

Rosie Sayer replied Apr 13 to A Game I Play

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"14.  Mark of the Vampire - I don't want to give away too much, as this very corny va…"

Rosie Sayer replied Mar 20 to A Game I Play

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"Thanks, John!"

Rosie Sayer replied Mar 20 to A Game I Play

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"12. Thirst - I'm listing the 1979 Australian cult film. It's the story of a woman wh…"

Rosie Sayer replied Feb 11 to A Game I Play

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"I remember at the end Mr. Memory said he was glad it was over, that it had been a bu…"

Rosie Sayer replied Feb 11 to A Game I Play

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"This is a reply to John's pick: I had forgotten about this movie, maybe because I ne…"

Rosie Sayer replied Feb 11 to A Game I Play

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"Excellent pick, and a chilling movie! I finally watched it after years of hearing ab…"

Rosie Sayer replied Feb 6 to A Game I Play

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"I hadn't thought of this one. Great choice, Karen! This is one of my favorite Fred-a…"

Rosie Sayer replied Feb 5 to A Game I Play

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"Wow, that does sound complicated! I couldn't even follow the summary. It does sound…"

Rosie Sayer replied Jan 29 to A Game I Play

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