BEST horror movies of all time? Even The Exorcist could not beat it for the darkly gothic ambience the former picture created. I saw this picture as a child and LOVED it!
Lady, get out of town, what a strange coincidence. I first saw that film as a kid and it scared the bejesus out of me. It can be found on you-tube in a streaming form, but the picture quality is poor. The themes of revenge, the undead, it was always so dark and misty all of the time. The sensual and pure evil of the dead witch, brought back to life. Its got to be the 'black and white'. This is not to be confused with the 1976 thriller of the same name.
by Subhas 6 years ago
Why Sunday is considered as a holiday?When there are other days, then why Sunday and that is also almost in every country.
by Caitlyn Booth 19 months ago
Why is saying #AllLivesMatter considered racist?I see this everywhere: on Twitter, on forums, and on the news. I am asking this out of pure curiosity and confusion, because I don't see anything racist about the statement/hashtag.
by peter565 3 years ago
Why are people still portraying Jesus white, when we know he is Black?There are written and archaeological evidence proving Jesus is a black guy. The bible itself wrote, Jesus skin is the "color of burning wood.". The modern image of white Jesus was created during the 5th century and is...
by Che Rogers 3 years ago
Why is it when a black person points out injustice done to their people it's pulling the race card?I've noticed anytime a person of color speaks of hundreds of years of injustice to their people they are told they are pulling the race card or are told to get over it. Yet when a Jewish person brings...
by Cindy562 8 years ago
I found nude pictures of some other female on my ex's phone. Is that considered cheating?He's the father of my child, God knows what else he's done. I dont know if he has met with her or not. I found out about this May 21st I haven't talked to him since. Should I make this a big deal?
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