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Old 02-08-2017, 01:09 PM   #76
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Yeah, I figured I had to get started on those sets.

I think for the most part I've liked all the movies on Vol 1, some are slow for sure. You'll be able to see Best Friends with the late Richard Hatch.
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Nice! I think the only thing I've seen in her in was the Johnny Depp Lone Ranger, but I don't remember much of it other than Depp.

I was introduced to her on the Showtime series "The Affair".

I also saw her in a play she did, Constellations, w/ Jake Gyllenhaal. That's where she signed that photo.
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I think for the most part I've liked all the movies on Vol 1, some are slow for sure. You'll be able to see Best Friends with the late Richard Hatch.

Best Friends is actually the next one to view.
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I was introduced to her on the Showtime series "The Affair".

I also saw her in a play she did, Constellations, w/ Jake Gyllenhaal. That's where she signed that photo.

That's cool. Miss out on all of the Showtime and HBO shows since we don't get the channels.
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Annabelle(2014)-Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, Alfre Woodard


Who in their right mind would even want such a freaky ugly doll?
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I last saw AND JUSTICE FOR ALL (1979) today on VHS
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This one looks interesting, though you may not want to watch given what you do for a living.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRP-4f_vyrY


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Annabelle(2014)-Annabelle Wallis, Ward Horton, Alfre Woodard


Who in their right mind would even want such a freaky ugly doll?

I know!!! right? But I have been reading up on this and supposedly "Annabelle' was based on a real life evil haunted Raggedy Ann doll! It's freaky to me cause I LOVE Raggedy Ann and I collect them. I collect all rag dolls. I think they are precious!! I have had some since I was a little girl!!!

But yeah, supposedly the real "Annabelle" was actually a Raggedy Ann doll!!







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I know!!! right? But I have been reading up on this and supposedly "Annabelle' was based on a real life evil haunted Raggedy Ann doll! It's freaky to me cause I LOVE Raggedy Ann and I collect them. I collect all rag dolls. I think they are precious!! I have had some since I was a little girl!!!

But yeah, supposedly the real "Annabelle" was actually a Raggedy Ann doll!!







www.historyvshollywood.com/reelfaces/annabelle/

Well, you know me and dolls. Raggedy dolls I don't find scary, I had a Raggedy Andy doll as a kid, so I can see why they changed it for the movie. But if I knew about that as a kid, I'd probably have thrown ol' Andy out.
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Well, you know me and dolls. Raggedy dolls I don't find scary, I had a Raggedy Andy doll as a kid, so I can see why they changed it for the movie. But if I knew about that as a kid, I'd probably have thrown ol' Andy out.


They can be scary. In the way that they are so old fashioned, innocent and wholesome,that it would be extra spooky if a Raggedy Ann suddenly were to become evil!

Remember that paranormal ep.on the Waltons,when Elizabeth's Raggedy Ann was like dancing around or something? I haven't seen that ep.in so long!

And there will be an Annabelle 2 !


Annabelle is a Raggedy Ann doll alleged by demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren to be haunted. The doll resides in a glass box at The Warrens' Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. The story served as the inspiration for the films The Conjuring (2013), Annabelle (2014), and the upcoming, Annabelle 2 (2017).

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They can be scary. In the way that they are so old fashioned, innocent and wholesome,that it would be extra spooky if a Raggedy Ann suddenly were to become evil!

Remember that paranormal ep.on the Waltons,when Elizabeth's Raggedy Ann was like dancing around or something? I haven't seen that ep.in so long!

And there will be an Annabelle 2 !


Annabelle is a Raggedy Ann doll alleged by demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren to be haunted. The doll resides in a glass box at The Warrens' Occult Museum in Monroe, Connecticut. The story served as the inspiration for the films The Conjuring (2013), Annabelle (2014), and the upcoming, Annabelle 2 (2017).


Well yeah, if they became evil. But porcelain dolls are just scary without having to do anything.

I do remember that one, Elizabeth was turning 13 and supernatural things started happening around her.
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Has anyone watched the "Insidious" series? Any good?
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Has anyone watched the "Insidious" series? Any good?

The first was good, I haven't seen the others. My daughter likes them, and has seen all three on the big screen.
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