Think you know movies? Play along. Challenge yourself and your peers to their movie knowledge. All you have to do is be the first to answer what movie goes along with the latest screenshot. If you are correct, you get to post the next challenge!
Sorry, blame wikipedia, took the information from there. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/In_the_Mouth_of_Madness I corrected the author in wikipedia, but the release date was in fact February 3, 1995. Though the caption on the main title page reads 1994. Sorry for any confusion.
That's not cheating at all Spookyfox, that's how this game is played. Your never going to know every post, you have to see what you can do to search for the answer, that's half the fun. And you get bonus points, I didn't even realize it was Tom Cruise until you said something. HA!
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 (1986) Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990) Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning (2006)
The rules are very simple. I will post a screenshot from a movie. The first one with the correct answer posts the next screenshot. GOT IT? It can be from any movie, try not to make it too obvious and HAVE FUN! I'll start with an easy one.
I'll be posting a brief of each of the team members of the HubChallenge sub-forum. If you need help, get pointed in the right direction, some helpful tips and advice, you can ask these guys.First up, Ryan!1. Ryan Hupfer AKA The Hup Challenge2. Intentions for joining the last HubChallenge back in...
Hi everyone, yesterday I published an article "Elden Ring: What We Know So Far." Nothing has been plagiarized and I've followed all the rules, and I didn't get an email from HP explaining why.I republished it here, not sure if you'll be able to see it. Can anyone give me any pointers? If...
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