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Bells of Kells ([personal profile] absentmindedkells) wrote2015-01-06 12:17 pm


Lets be very honest - was this real / should it become real - I would watch it over and over. Pretty much on an endless loop. I mean. Maybe. Possibly. It could have gone very very wrong. LA LA LA NO MOVIES AFTER ALIENS. Can't heeaarrr you, nope, nope, nope.

In related Aliens news - bought a soap today called Facehugger. I haven't decided if I'll actually ya know - wash my face with it. Hands? Sure. Face .... seems like I might be tempting fate *.

And finally, I sit, and I sigh, and I pine for the release of The Deep by Nick Cutter. I was pretty much sold from the get go by the fact that:

a) It's billed as The Abyss meets The Shining (and there is a strange plague to boot! All my bells are being rung here people!).
b) It's written by the guy who wrote the story about the boyscouts vs zombies [cool enough as it is] and then set it off the coast of PEI. You know what's off the coast of PEI? NOVA SCOTIA, Sure, the story isn't set here, but close enough.

Full disclosure though: I have not read The Troop. Or rather. I didn't finish it. I got scared, and grossed out and had to return it to the library. I am however re-reading it now.

Also - HAPPY 2015 EVERYONE! I hope it is a good year. I know I'm late with the well wishes.

* I love horror stuff. I am also a huge wimp. I usually have to close my eyes during scenes with the facehuggers. I get all clammy and grossed out (I am right now!) thinking about them jumping on your face and just -- aarrrggghhhhhhhhh.

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