BeeVee
BeeVee2013
Jan 8 2016
4

Movies are my preference although that said I have neither a need nor a desire to be scared by them. My two favourite films are horrors, but neither of them were films I found scary on first viewing – The Thing (1982), and The Wicker Man (1973) – but bloody hell do they both look gorgeous, and are both driven by Read more

Jan 7 2016
1

I’ve seen most. The two from Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth and The Devil’s Backbone) would be my favorites. Read more

Jan 7 2016
7

1. Because some in the African-American community got fed up enough with his scolding-while-being-a-hypocrite (for example, the “Pound Cake” screed) that the comedian Hannibal Buress blew the whistle in a public way—on stage. For years, Cosby had been saying “Pull your pants up” while he himself was committing much Read more

Jan 7 2016
9

I think if people don’t get this by now with fifty women who have absolutely no connection to each other or any other motive to come forward by now, I seriously doubt there is anything you could argue that would sway them. I think there are people who get it immediately and people who can’t let go of the image of Read more

Jan 7 2016
25

“Because when they “brought it up then,” no one believed them. Kinda like now.”

Jan 7 2016
24

I wish that people knew how tiresome it is to be asked “Have you tried x, y, or z?”. It is so, so much better to ask for someone’s story about their struggles and how they have approached managing it rather than just jumping in with whatever treatment you’ve read/heard about it. Myself, I have tried nearly everything Read more

Jan 5 2016
4

Thanks! I have no clue what I’m supposed to do but I’m sure I will be drunk with power shortly.

Mar 23 2015
1

I've seen REC, The Silent House, The Devil's Backbone, Pan's Labyrinth, Cronos, and the Orphanage. I've been wanting to see Juan of the Dead for ages. Read more

Mar 18 2015
2

I'm still on board! I've just been both kinda exhausted and having some issues with my elderly computer (yet again).

Mar 13 2015
4

Can I be a giant nerd? Wouldn't this sub forum be the perfect place to start an Exquisite Corpse story round? Have one person start a story or provide a basic premise. Then those who want to continue the story write a paragraph or two, publish them on their own blogs and then post the link in the thread(this way the Read more

Mar 13 2015
2

What if we put together a monthly "open thread" where we could list upcoming releases in the post body, and then prompt discussion in the comments about what people have watched/read lately? Read more

Dec 10 2014
1

I have seen almost all of these. I made a post a while back about The Town That Dreaded Sundown having the weirdest death scene I'd ever seen (trombone-style). I also watched a documentary on Netflix from the people that did Cropsy that was about urban legend origins, and TTTDS was featured because those things Read more