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Tobe Romero
PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 2:36 pm  Reply with quote



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Most of you will recognize it from Metallica's 'One' video.

How depressing is this movie?

I used to have it on VHS, but lost it somehow. I would love to have it on DVD.
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Chainsaw
PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 9:11 pm  Reply with quote



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Tobe Romero wrote:


Most of you will recognize it from Metallica's 'One' video.

How depressing is this movie?

I used to have it on VHS, but lost it somehow. I would love to have it on DVD.


I was depressed just from the video.
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Tobe Romero
PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2006 9:27 pm  Reply with quote



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Chainsaw wrote:
Tobe Romero wrote:


Most of you will recognize it from Metallica's 'One' video.

How depressing is this movie?

I used to have it on VHS, but lost it somehow. I would love to have it on DVD.


I was depressed just from the video.


From almost the beginning to the end, this is one of the most depressing movies EVER!
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HorrorLibraryNet
PostPosted: Sat Jul 15, 2006 2:22 am  Reply with quote



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The book was amazing, though. I had to read it my freshman year, and begrudgingly started it...(this was pre-Metallica "One" video, BTW)

Probably one of the first books I was "forced" to read in school and relay got into. The narrative is just...devistating. I think I might need to go pick up a copy of this and read it again. I just remember being so in awe of this book at the time. I think I followed this one with "The Catcher in the Rye" and then "Interview witha Vampire"and thus, my love for reading really came into being.
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