World In My Eyes

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"We cross our bridges when we come to them and burn them behind us, with nothing to show for our progress except a memory of the smell of smoke, and a presumption that once our eyes watered." - Guildenstern, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead

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Daz watching Ring 2

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"What's happening now? What's going on? What are they doing now??!"

bmal says:

scary movies are great

dont hide watch all the scaryness of it.

ive not seen it i want to

25th Sep 2005, 13:44

daz says:

It's a good movie - as far as I can tell!

We watched The Exorcist - Director's Cut right afterwards, and I didn't need the blanket for that. :)

25th Sep 2005, 13:46

Steve says:

Invasion of the body snatchers (the seventies version) still creeps me out.

25th Sep 2005, 13:48

daz says:

Never watched that, never will.

But Ring and Ring 2 are STILL creeping me out.. it's just the way she moves.. O_O

25th Sep 2005, 13:54

Steve says:

it's great, you must!

25th Sep 2005, 14:08

Helen says:

I don't watch scary movies.

25th Sep 2005, 14:40

daz says:

Hotdog: It took the boy and me three (3!) attempts to watch Ring on dvd after we had bought it...

"Erm.. You really wanna watch this tonight..?" - "N-no. not really.. O_O"

25th Sep 2005, 14:48

bronxelf says:

You look so cute.

25th Sep 2005, 15:44

daz says:

Thanks. :)

25th Sep 2005, 15:46

Euphro says:

I don't watch scary movies either :)

25th Sep 2005, 20:25

spinboy says:

Ghostbusters 2 is still the scariest movie I've ever seen.

25th Sep 2005, 20:31

mat says:

Ring the US remake, or the original Japanese?

I haven't seen the US versions, but the original Ring trilogy are just about the scariest films I've ever seen.. (and I've seen quite a lot of scary films)

25th Sep 2005, 20:35

daz says:


I've seen both versions, and I absolutely agree. In this case, however, we were watching the US remake. Which is not so bad, actually.

Of course, the German dubbing drove me nuts, because the child had trouble with the English R and kept yelling "Wachel! Wachel!".. Argh.

26th Sep 2005, 07:46

Geodyne says:

*sticks hand up as yet another not-scary-movie-watching person*

27th Sep 2005, 00:38

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