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rojse
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rojse

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rojse was last seen:
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    1. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the frube!
    2. Nepenthe
      Nepenthe
      You're welcome. :)
      There are definitely some tough finds I suggested, but every once in awhile EBay surprises me.
    3. Nepenthe
      Nepenthe
      Hey! Good to see you're back!
      It was probably me- I'll take credit even if it wasn't. :D Nosferatu is one of my absolute favorites. I rarely recommend remakes but Herzog's 1979 version of Nosferatu is stunning as well. It's really a respectful homage to Murnau's classic yet holds its own.
      Off the top of my head I'd definitely recommend these (though some might be more than ten dollars ;)):

      The Haunting- Robert Wise' classic film.
      Night of the Demon- Tourneur's 1957 film is great and would be perfect if they just edited out some of the ending.
      Haxan- Disturbing, darkly comical, 1922 pseudo-documentary about witch cults and satanism.
      Carnival of Souls- Clearly an influence on Romero's Night of the Living Dead. Creepy film.
      Eyes Without a Face- Georges Franju's 1960 film.
      Kwaidan- Four traditional Japanese ghost stories in this 1964 film. It's quiet and subtle horror, but also one of my favorites.
    4. monta
      monta
      How are you, talk about a sabbatical :D
    5. Quagmire
      Quagmire
      Where ya been , man? What kind of frubal whore takes a month off?
    6. Wandered Off
      Wandered Off
      Haven't seen you around. Hope all is well.
    7. Just_me_Mike
      Just_me_Mike
    8. Just_me_Mike
      Just_me_Mike
      Never seen Allen Moore before. He looks like quite a character himself.
    9. katiafish
      katiafish
      It wasnt me! I havent seen it! You are mistaking me for someone else you have been chatting to. Meanie.. :p
    10. oogagoogaboo
      oogagoogaboo
      This is where Luther called for the banning of the works of Aristotle as you requested in my thread: An Open Letter to the Christian Nobility of the German Nation Concerning the Reform of the Christian Estate- Proposals for Reform: Part III; No. 25 (1520)
    11. katiafish
      katiafish
      Thanks for telling me.. I actually had the same problem with his Buddha's little finger, it took me 6 month to go through it, luckily i have learned about the phantasmagoric method and then it kinda became clearer. Nice to see you are well Rojse..
    12. blackout
    13. katiafish
      katiafish
      I miss you in chats.. :sad4:
    14. katiafish
      katiafish
      cool.. cant wait for you to slate them ;)
    15. katiafish
      katiafish
      hey, did you read Pelevin's book yet? I am looking forward to the feedback..
    16. enchanted_one1975
      enchanted_one1975
      Thanks to your avatar I have been wondering, all morning, what deep fried jellyfish would taste like. I don't know whether to frubal you or ignore you. :D
    17. katiafish
      katiafish
      no chat :(
    18. monta
      monta
      Not being funny right, but are you sure those aren't squid babies?
    19. monta
      monta
      who eats jellyfish, ne way welcommen :D
    20. monta
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    "The Earth quakes and the Heavens rattle; the beasts of nature flock together and the nations of men flock apart,; volcanoes usher up heat while elsewhere water becomes ice and melts; and then on other days it just rains."

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