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  2. Hello everybody!I know that one of the most annoying things is when ppl just randomly promotes their own videos But i would really appreciate some feedback on mine... I don't have that many views yet, and i am not sure if it is due to bad quality content, or if i should just keep doing what i do.Here is a link to my newest video: https://youtu.be/LxVuWK5dyAE Hope you're having a great day!
  3. It’s sll over the place. Last year, real stuff like Get Out and Split did big numbers. Old school throwbacks like IT did huge. Saw & Conjuring franchises both did well domestic and international. Happy Death Day did solid numbers. So honestly I think it’s just concepts and what satisfies people’s cravings.
  4. Orlando version. Psycho: Through The Mind Of Norman Bates, NOES: Dreamwalkers, Psychoscarepy: Home For The Holidays, Screamhouse:Ressurection, Lunatic’s Playground 3D(Chance dude ), All Nite Die-In 2, Friday The 13th: Camp Blood, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2016, and AHS 1. Others: Dungeon Of Terror Retold, and Castle Vampyr. Other than that, ressurect B&T and bring another fun as hell show!
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  6. Hi there, thanks for sharing your experience with the help of video. Nightmares are very bad. It is good to hear that you are capable to overcome your problem. I am also suffering from nightmares and unable to overcome it. I have tried to stay positive and start reading books, but it is not working. While discussing with my friend, he suggested me to visit voyance pure who are expert in guiding to overcome nightmares. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
  7. lol....he stops at the local gas station and uses the restroom while he is saving the world.
  8. We probably get tired of finding cliches in horror films, they're lovely and funny (sometimes annoying), the genre would not be the same without them. I'm making a video series compiling the most repeated clichés in horror movies. At the moment: - The "just the wind" line - The red ball bouncing on the stairs - Movies withing Movies (4 parts) - Killers sentenced to undeath (1987-89) - Meteorites (1980s) - The dog that always dies in the film. What clichés would you suggest for the next video?
  9. Sorry got locked out at work and forgot my password. Newest creation: Give me your heart on Valentine's Day. Or I'll come and take it! This is my clown persona... Mr. Squinkles. I'm working on bulking up again. The goal is Hellboy by Halloween. This was last Halloween and I've been beast-mode since.
  10. www.ryfyzone.com If you don't fear the great wraith and you think you got what it takes. Step over to the RyFy Zone and lets write some horror to spook these kidz. Tootlez I know what you are thinking I am a fruit cake right? Cause I said tootlez? Well let me assure you I am not. Poop!
  11. why did you delete your comment you scared........don't be afraid it's only a story.
  12. Both excited and worried about the Halloween movie coming out. By far my favorite Horror franchise and honestly I am intrigued to see what they can come up with. However, the new casting choices that have been made recently have me a little worried that they're going to somehow make this into just another slasher flick. I understand, that's the point of the whole movie, but I want to see something more, something with a good plot, good direction and above all... SCARY! If this is the final go around for Halloween, make it a memorable one. Don't just get sucked into the lazy formula of killing off a bunch of teenagers and day players until Lorrie comes to the rescue. Personally, I will they could've done something with the Jaime story line. Ignore parts 5 and on and pick up after 4. Do something different to connect 1-2 and 4. I don't know what exactly, and that's why I am not a writer in Hollywood. But, just off the top of my head, maybe we pick up with a grown up Danielle Harris in a Psyche Ward and Lorrie comes back saying she was never really dead, but in hiding, much like H20. She comes back to seek revenge and help get her daughter out of the spell somehow..... I don't know. Just a thought... I really hope it's decent. Resurrection and the Zombie Garbage definitely didn't set the bar high, so anything remotely entertaining and scary would be great. Here's hoping!
  13. so what are your guys idea for a creepypasta haunted house?
  14. ok thanks for the reply!
  15. Bringing this back. Insidious: The Last Key is out this weekend. I've enjoyed the series so far and was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed the third film, which ended up being my favorite. Let's see how this one stacks up.
  16. Concept of the film is somewhere different, I like it. As it shows feelings and temperament of a kid, it makes me feel connected.
  17. A basic Miller Lite and a Budweiser.
  18. This is the best thing I've ever read.
  19. Probably too late, but it would’ve been nice if the stuff in the theme park sections had been archived. There were a lot of amazing downloadables there.
  20. thanks for whats already been done. you have supplied the soundtrack of my life for several years my good man! oh yeah... and my kids love it!
  21. The entire Mr. Mercedes series is simply brilliant. It's a different road for King - more of a really, really good set of detective stories with an exceptionally screwed up villain. I loved it! I used to hate my commute to work (approx 35-40 mins each way), but now that time is me time.. for listening to books. I have always been an avid reader, but I have so many more responsibilities now that the luxury of sitting down to read is lost. So, I listen. Let me say that a good narrator can bring an entirely new dimension to a book as well. For example, the narrator for all the Harry Potter books is brilliant! He does all the accents perfectly, and he's theatrical enough without being too dramatic. I've listened to them all, and if I wasn't so back-logged on books, I'd listen again. I'm all over the place with what I read. Of course, King is my number one. Believe it or not, he is also good for recommendations. I've listened to at least 10 books he's recommended, and I've liked them all. He hasn't pointed me in the wrong direction yet. One I just finished was "The Good Daughter" by Karin Slaughter. Just enough suspense and twists to keep you going. Also, his son, Joe Hill, inherited talent from Dad. His book, The Fireman is definitely worth a read. If you like the detective type novels, I'll give you a twist - get the Sean Duffy series by Adrian McKinty. The guy is perfection. He writes excellent detective stories set in Ireland (a nice twist), but they are also very, very funny in spots. It's even better if you can listen to them because his narrator, Gerard Doyle, is a master and can go from an English to an Irish to a Scottish to a Southern American accent in a single paragraph. He's flawless. If you want a little more grit, Adrian McKinty also wrote a series about a guy in the Irish mob in America - the Michael Forsythe series. I don't know why this author isn't more well known. He's right up there in my top 5. Currently listening to one of the Harry Bosch books by Michael Connelly. Been listening/reading the Bosch books for decades. These are always must listen for me as well any of the books in the "Prey" series by John Sandford (also a smart ass and an excellent writer).
  22. I hate vegan food, I eat meat, while I like rice, I don't get why you'd make it gluten free
  23. Saw

    I luv all of them
  24. This is an admittedly ridiculous off-topic-topic Hence, "General Discussion." Wifey is gluten-free, along with other stuff, so when we order from Chinese takeout places she ends up ordering very picky stuff, and she always orders a ton of pork fried rice. Okay, I've had this picture of what a Chinese takeout kitchen (or even more so a Chinese buffet kitchen) looks like and runs like .... And it leads me to two questions... First off... The stupid general question of how the heck these places keep so much stuff going at once in the same kitchen. HOW DO THEY DO IT? I've obviously seen these kitchens, but only from the front of the place, and I've never worked in one or known anyone who has (I had a friend a while back who had a full half hour ramble about how Chinese Restaurants only employ Chinese Employees which was not at all racist but just completely paranoid and absolutely MAD that I literally told him he should do as a standup routine. A cut 30!). Seriously, has anyone worked cooking at a Chinese takeout place? HOW DO THEY DO IT? Every time I see into those places, their kitchens are as big as mine in this apartment I live in, but they have 5000000000000 things on the menu! And one of them is the &#*(#&% Pork Fried Rice (or whatever-fried-rice, which makes this even more baffling)..... Leading me into.. Second...Can anyone tell me how to do this at home? I've tried every reputable recipe I can find on the net, I have a wok that I know ... w... works? .... and I still can't make it the way Chinese Takeout places do. HOW DO YOU DO IT? Wifey also has a very specific trait that apparently some people have where they take the peas out of ... I mean, she'll take fifteen peas out of 500 pounds of rice. So I don't add peas. Is that why it's wrong ? If so, wh.......... what............... WHY? Third, implied by that thought: WHAT'S WITH THE PEAS? I think they're to bounce around in the wok to make the rice not stick together, but the people in busy Chinese Takeout Restaurants don't monitor the pork fried rice that closely. The places we go where we live have pretty good stuff, but I lived in NYC for .... however long (this is anonymous!) ... and its the same there. In NYC the place I got it from poured all of it out of the wok directly, like, to order. HOW DO YOU DO THAT WITH FIVE HUNDRED THINGS ON THE MENU? I hope someone out there has answers for me beyond "you work hard," which is the answer I've heard before that does not satisfy at all. My wife is gluten-free, so I have to order her a separate pizza from Pizza Hut (I think their gluten-free pizza is gross), but that takes the same amount of time..They just make it with ...... Not...... Well, I don't know, I don't get it, especially since the whole warning reads to me like "LOL this isn't gluten-free; it's just more expensive." So Pizza Hut can barely keep two things going: a pizza with flour and with ........ a different kind of flour. But there's AN INFINITE NUMBER OF THINGS ON A CHINESE FOOD MENU. HOW!?!?! WHAT IS THAT KITCHEN LIKE!!!??! Because ....... Floridonians, ignore all the NYC people. It's the same here. The food is better there, but all food is better there, because the water isn't recycled toilet water (Sad But True). But in either case....... ....... HOW THE HELL DO CHINESE RESTAURANTS RUN? I can order up $100 of Chinese Food from China Nonsense next door, and they'll have it in a few minutes. This is true throughout the country. Then you show up to pick it up and you see the weird strip mall the place in and you see the back door from the front door. What t........the..........f... ARE CHINESE RESTAURANT COOKS MAGIC? ......... Idk. That is all. I have many, many, many more illustrations. But people are gonna tldr me on this probably. I hate that. Don't respond to this unless you know the answer. To be like "this is long." TLDR VERSION: What is it like cooking in a Chinese place making 2000000 things, and how do you make the damn rice taste so good??? Seriously, what's it like, and can I do it here?
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