Hoop-Tober After Party Film #30
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I live for moments like this.
Angus Schrimm's presence on screen is both frightening and demanding. The only thing scarier than him is his metal ball. I weep for all the people around the world unfortunate enough to have encountered Phantasm and The Tall Man during their childhood. Must be a real struggle, living in fear.
I truly cannot say this enough. Put whatever you have in your hands down. Go find a copy of this (preferably on blu-ray). Shut off all the lights in your house. Turn off your phone. Send your family away for two hours. Jesus, Joey just enjoy the work of a true master. It's the unadulterated, beautiful, brutal, sad and honest look at what is a part of us, violence.
This is one of the great films of the 21st century. Please, I beg of you. Go watch this today.
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Priests say their prayers
Doctors do their jobs
people live their lives
And one poor Ellen Burstyn is hanging around the city
from hospitals to churches
with her sunglasses on
searching for a solution
for her poor girl's problem
daughter's body is Satan's home now
nothing is safe to this woman and people around her
Not much time left for them
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Not that I…
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