5 Scary Movies On Netflix You Shouldn’t Watch Alone

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Halloween is approaching fast and we all want to snuggle in bed and watch scary movies while eating candy we bought ourselves. Here’s my top five horror/thriller Netflix movies based on plot, originality, suspense, and creepiness. Unfortunately, most Netflix horror movies aren’t very good, so I didn’t have much to pick from.

Creep 2

Rating: 9/10

You need to watch Creep 1 before watching this movie. Creep 1 is good, but the sequel is much better.

Synopsis: A video artist who craves shocking stories realises she has made a mistake when she meets a serial killer in a cabin, after he posts an ad on Craigslist.

First 10 min: The serial killer is up to his same old antics, but this time he is having a midlife crisis. Then walks in an attractive female who responds to his Craigslist ad and agrees to be his videographer for the day, but…

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Song Lyric Sunday – We Are The Champions

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I am taking a lot of liberties on this one even for me. But since Helen of This Thing Called Life One Word At Time chose “take/taking” as this week’s theme, I believe it is all relevant.

Yesterday my hubby and I went and saw “Bohemian Rhapsody”, the Queen biopic which opened Friday. Queen wrote the score to an important part of my life. I remember sitting in the back of a white pick-up truck in the middle of a prairie hay field with a friend singing all the words (and parts) to the song Bohemian Rhapsody like it was yesterday. And “We Are The Champions” was the anthem of the 70’s…well along with “We Will Rock You”, also by Queen.

I don’t want to give away any spoilers but “We Are The Champions” is played near the end of the film and the words are very relevant to Freddie…

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‘Black Panther’ Spoiler-Free Movie Review

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(Disclaimer: This post does not contain spoilers for Black Panther but does for all previous MCU movies.)

The newest instalment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe dropped today in the form of Black Panther and earlier today I got the opportunity to see it. Predicting a $165 million opening weekend, just missing the mark of $180 million set by Captain America: Civil War in 2016, Black Panther stars Chadwick Boseman (Get On Up, 42), Michael B. Jordan (Creed, Fantastic 4), Lupita Nyong’o (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, 12 Years A Slave)Danai Gurira (The WalkingDead, The Visitor), and Martin Freeman (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Sherlock) and is directed Ryan Coogler (Creed, Fruitville Station). Black Panther will be released worldwide on February 16th, 2018.

Performances and Casting

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First of all, the casting for this film, as with the greater MCU was…

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My Week 176: First Thursdays, Naptime at the Movies Part Deux

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First Thursday

Sometime in January, I made the fatal mistake of saying to one of the Directors at the secret agency, “Whatever happened to First Thursdays?” ‘First Thursdays’ is NOT, as you may have imagined, a clever code name for a secret agent, but refers to a social event that is held on the first Thursday of every month. After work on this special day, we would all head to the nearest bar for drinks and food. It was a great way to mix, mingle, and watch senior management get tipsy. The event had fallen by the wayside over the last year, but we had a lot of new staff, and for some crazy reason, I thought I should bring it up.

“Oh yeah!” he said. “That was always a lot of fun.” Then he said the 5 words that filled my heart with dread. “Why don’t you organize it?”

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Happy 71st Birthday Farrah Fawcett

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Today is the 71st birthday of the actress Farrah Fawcett. She personified the 1970s, girls wanted to be her, copying her hairstyle; and guys wanted to be with her. She was on the cover of probably every magazine at some point, her famous poster is part of the American experience. The world is a better place because she was in it and still feels the loss that she has left.

NAME: Farrah Fawcett
OCCUPATION: Actress, Classic Pin-Ups
BIRTH DATE: February 2, 1947
DEATH DATE: June 25, 2009
EDUCATION: University of Texas at Austin, W. B. Ray High School in Corpus Christi, St. Patrick’s Roman Catholic Church in Corpus Christi
PLACE OF BIRTH: Corpus Christi, Texas
PLACE OF DEATH: Santa Monica, California
REMAINS: Buried, Westwood Memorial Park, Los Angeles, CA
HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME: 7057 Hollywood Blvd (television)

BEST KNOWN FOR:…

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STAR WARS RETROSPECTIVE (PART 5): EPISODE V THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK

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It’s Paul, today we have the next piece of our series of articles looking back at The Star Wars Saga with Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. Our guest writer today is Marc Rodolfo who is a Incredible wordsmith. He’ll also be writing our Return of The Jedi article which I’m excited for you guys to read, (it’s one of my favorites from the entire series of articles). Without further ado, please enjoy our article on arguably the best Star Wars film: The Empire Strikes Back…

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The Darkside of Dagobah: Reflecting on The Empire Strikes Back

Empire…Empire…Man…If you tell me that A New Hope truly made you a Star Wars fan, I simply, and unequivocally, don’t believe you. And I mean, a true fan. I’m sure you liked A New Hope. I am sure you thought…

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Happy 89th Birthday Stanley Kubrick

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Today is the 89th birthday of the film director Stanley Kubrick.  You know and love his films, I specifically love 2001 and The Shining, but Clockwork Orange is great, and, and…  His vision and direction gave us something…

My A – Z Codependency Challenge – G

Diary of a Recovering Codependent

Gullible, Guilt

I use to be so gullible; I believed just about anything anyone would tell me. If Chicken Little would have told me, “the sky is falling”, I would have been right there with him, running in circles and trying to save everyone.

Somehow I believed that I was needed, wanted and loved based on the subtle (sometimes even blatant) lies someone would tell me. I could not see the manipulation in their words and actions. I could not sort out the truth from fiction as someone told me about their life or problems. I could not see how they were using me just to get what they wanted or needed. I “use to be” so gullible.

And because I was so gullible, I was always racked with guilt. All Chicken Little had to do was tell me that it was my fault the sky was falling and I would…

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Happy 84th Birthday Rod McKuen

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Today is the 84th birthday of the poet Rod McKuen. Anna Cottage requested we celebrate his life and I am more than happy to oblige. He was prolific. His words are part of the American cultural collective. The world is a better place because he was in it and still feels the loss that he has left.

NAME: Rod McKuen
DATE OF BIRTH: April 29, 1933
PLACE OF BIRTH: Oakland, CA
DATE OF DEATH: January 29, 2015
PLACE OF DEATH: Beverley Hills, CA

BEST KNOWN FOR: Rodney Marvin “Rod” McKuen was an American singer-songwriter, musician and poet. He was one of the best-selling poets in the United States during the late 1960s.

Rodney Marvin McKuen was born at the Salvation Army hostel in Oakland, California, and raised by his alcoholic mother and a stepfather. He ran away at 11 and traveled the West Coast…

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