1. I prefer the regular size Cherry Mash, but they're never on the 'zon.
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  2. I enjoy socks.
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  3. This list could just be called "Halloween Hangover"
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  4. You know, the TV movie aesthetic is tough at times. This 1979 miniseries was directed by Texas Chainsaw Massacre's Tobe Hooper, and he's not really able to work with TV limitations to deliver an effective horror movie.
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    Still, I love the Stephen King novel, and Fred Willard, of all people, has a supporting role.
  5. The Wolf Man is still my favorite Universal Monster (Werewolf of London is the star of this set, though).
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  6. A mixed bag, but the thrillers Paranoiac and Nightmare are two highlights.
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    My favorite thing about Hammer movies is how they are all set at night but always shot during the day. No filters or anything. I kind of respect that level of penny-pinching consistency.
  7. I've never seen this early Redford movie. High hopes.
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  8. I don't remember ordering this. 😬
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    But I'm looking forward to watching it soon. Director Mickey Keating is an up-and-comer (his films Pod and Darling are on Netflix; highly worth a watch for the horror fan).
  9. The Greasy Strangler: I watch a lot of new VOD movies on Amazon. I am still rolling this defiantly gross cult movie around in my brain. Is it good? Do I hate it? But what movies can you say that about?
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    It might be one of the year's best?
  10. In a Valley of Violence: Very tense western. Ethan Hawke doesn't get enough credit for always being excellent. Between this and the OJ Movie, Travolta is having one hell of a 2016.
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