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  1. Make Them Die Slowly
    8th October 2012 11:39 PM - permalink
    Make Them Die Slowly
    Hello there, I read the book on the Enfield Poltergeist. Very interesting even though I think the girls may have faked a fair deal of it but some of it would have been impossible and had independent witnesses. Incidentally, 3 days after getting the book, my alarm clock, freeview box and the timer on the heating all broke down!

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  • About cloud
    Biography
    I like Man Utd, animals, movies and metal mostly.
    Location
    Birmingham, West Midlands
    Interests
    Movies (horror mostly), music (metal mostly), video games, football and a good mystery.
    Occupation
    Teacher/Administrator.
  • Nosferatu's Questionnaire!
    Where did your username come from?
    Final Fantasy VII
    What is your favourite horror film?
    The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
    What is your favourite non-horror film?
    The Shawshank Redemption
    Who is your favourite horror director?
    Dario Argento
    Who is your favourite non-horror director?
    Alfred Hitchcock
    How did you find out about Cult-Labs.com ?
    Cult Movie Forums
    What is the best DVD/BD set that you own?
    I love all of my collection
    What is your favourite Arrow release so far?
    Phenomena (Blu-ray)
    What is your favourite Shameless release so far?
    The Designated Victim
    What film which you most like Arrow Video/Shameless to release?
    Honeymoon Horror
  • Signature
    Embrace this moment. Remember, we are eternal, all this pain is an illusion.

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Posted 4th May 2009 at 11:53 AM by cloud Comments 1
Posted in Reviews
The 1974 Black Christmas was a hugely important film for horror cinema, with its bleak forboding atmosphere, unseen assassin, grisly kills and knockout of an ending it set a high standard for other slasher films to follow. I first saw the original on Christmas Eve 2000 and it made a huge impact on me after waiting years before then to finally see it. The video was seemingly unavailable whenever I searched for it and I was curious to see a film with such a bizarre title as that. Of course when I...

Posted 17th April 2009 at 08:26 PM by cloud Comments 14
Posted in Uncategorized
As a kid growing up my first love was always slasher movies and even today it's still my most loved sub-genre. Its simplicity is what sets it above films of other genres, I'm open minded when it comes to films and especially when they're in the horror family but with this kind of film it's always so accessible and as a result my first port of call.

If you've been living in a cave for the past few decades then the formula is simple: a group of people get together, normally get drunk,...
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Awesome stuff Cloud!...
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Nice one Cloud but...
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Oh sorry, yeah I expanded...
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