Saturday, March 10, 2012

Delightfully Dark Quotes

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  1. Hi Annie,

    Haha. I can hear James Mason's fabulously creepy voice in my head whenever I think of this quote!

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    1. LOL! That's funny, I did too. Although, it's one of my favorite Stephen King books. Actually, it was my first Stephen King read ever. Got me hooked.

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    2. Yeah, it was my first Stephen King book too, and it's still my all-time Stephen King favourite! In fact, I'm going to watch 'Salem's Lot' tonight! The quote has totally put me in the mood to see it again. :)

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    3. I want to watch it too! Also, I'll have to reread it this year. ;D

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    4. Ha! I've just bought the book from Amazon! The last time I read it, I borrowed my Dad's copy. It's about time I had one of my own. Haha.

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    1. Hi Althea,

      Thanks! It's one of my favourites from 'Salem's Lot'.

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  3. I love these dark quotes you find Emma. Keep them coming!

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    1. Hi Vivienne,

      Thanks! Oh, there will definitely be more! :)

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    1. Hi Lil Dreamer,

      Haha. Well, kudos to you! ;)

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  5. Well, that just sounds sinister! I still need to watch this movie...

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    1. Hi Justine,

      Oh yes, you've got to see 'Salem's Lot'! It's super-creepy! One of my all-time favourite creepy films, in fact. The head vampire, Mr Barlow/The Master, has a look which is clearly inspired by Nosferatu. He's ghastly!

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    1. Hi Adsila,

      Sounds like you may not have seen 'Salem's Lot' either?! It's very 1979, but its creep-factor hasn't diminished over the years. I'd definitely recommend watching it, if you get the chance.

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  7. That little boy tapping on the window is still one of the creepiest things I've ever seen.

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    1. Hi Will,

      I completely agree! The scenes with little Ralphie Glick scratching at the glass are horror classics!

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  8. Love it! The hubby's got a super realistic Mr Barlow tattooed on his forearm. Scary :)

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    1. Hi Lady Bethezda,

      I remember you saying your husband had a Mr Barlow tattoo. I'd love to see it! I hope you'll post a picture of it some time!

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  9. Hi Jenny,

    I've just re-watched it over the last two nights. :)

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    1. Aw... thank you! I'll pop over to your blog to check out the post! :)

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