Halloween 2009

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Many years ago, I was feeling particularly lazy, but still wanted a costume. So i wore a black dress shirt, black pants, and a white belt.

I was an oreo.
I've got you beat in the Halloween laziness department. Three years ago I "popped my collar" and went as a douchebag. Two years ago I put a "Hi, my name is..." tag on a flannel shirt and went as Bob from Fight Club. Last year wore a baseball jersey that I wear all the time anyway and told people I was a baseball player.

In my usual tradition I will come up with a costume 10 minutes before I leave my apartment on Halloween.
 

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I've got you beat in the Halloween laziness department. Three years ago I "popped my collar" and went as a douchebag. Two years ago I put a "Hi, my name is..." tag on a flannel shirt and went as Bob from Fight Club. Last year wore a baseball jersey that I wear all the time anyway and told people I was a baseball player.

In my usual tradition I will come up with a costume 10 minutes before I leave my apartment on Halloween.

One year I put on a robe, and a white t shirt only through the neck, use the rest to puff out the robe to look like a rich guy. Most people just said Hugh Hefner.

I may be buying a dharma jumpsuit, still debating on it.
 

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This year I'm going as an agoraphobic.
 

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After I shed my skin, I'm going as a
 

Dr.Strangefate

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I am going to be a Bad-*** Santa Claus

And I'm dragging this over from the last Halloween thread, since I really want to hold myself to it... I really think I can, although I can see it might be a real challenge.

THE OCTOBER THIRTY-ONE

1. Frankenstein - 1932 (*)
2. Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 (*)
5. The Omen - 1976 (*)
4. Friday the 13th - 1980
3. The Blair Witch Project - 1999 (*)
6. Sleepy Hollow - 1999
7. Cube - 1997 (*)
8. Damien: Omen II - 1978 (*)
9. The Haunting - 1963 (*)
10. THEM! - 1954 (*)
11. An American Werewolf in London - 1981 (*)
12. Omen III: The Final Conflict - 1981 (*)
13. Paranormal Activity – 2009 (*)
14. The Descent – 2005 (*)
15. The Lost World: Jurassic Park – 1997
16. The Thing – 1982 (*)
17. Poltergeist – 1982 (*)
18. Night of the Living Dead – 1968 (*)
19. Near Dark – 1987
20. Let The Right One In - 2008

Twelve Days, Thirteen Movies. I MUST SUCCEED.
 
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Dr.Strangefate

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THE OCTOBER THIRTY-ONE

1. Frankenstein - 1932 (*)
2. Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 (*)
5. The Omen - 1976 (*)
4. Friday the 13th - 1980
3. The Blair Witch Project - 1999 (*)
6. Sleepy Hollow - 1999
7. Cube - 1997 (*)
8. Damien: Omen II - 1978 (*)
9. The Haunting - 1963 (*)
10. THEM! - 1954 (*)
11. An American Werewolf in London - 1981 (*)
12. Omen III: The Final Conflict - 1981 (*)
13. Paranormal Activity – 2009 (*)
14. The Descent – 2005 (*)
15. The Lost World: Jurassic Park – 1997
16. The Thing – 1982 (*)
17. Poltergeist – 1982 (*)
18. Night of the Living Dead – 1968 (*)
19. Near Dark – 1987
20. Let The Right One In - 2008
21. The Craft - 1996 (*)
22. Dawn of the Dead - 1978 (*)
23. Scream - 1996 (*)

Going to watch at least one more after I finish my reading for tomorrow... And then a whole bunch tomorrow. I MUST SUCCEED!
 
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THE OCTOBER THIRTY-ONE

1. Frankenstein - 1932 (*)
2. Bride of Frankenstein - 1935 (*)
5. The Omen - 1976 (*)
4. Friday the 13th - 1980
3. The Blair Witch Project - 1999 (*)
6. Sleepy Hollow - 1999
7. Cube - 1997 (*)
8. Damien: Omen II - 1978 (*)
9. The Haunting - 1963 (*)
10. THEM! - 1954 (*)
11. An American Werewolf in London - 1981 (*)
12. Omen III: The Final Conflict - 1981 (*)
13. Paranormal Activity – 2009 (*)
14. The Descent – 2005 (*)
15. The Lost World: Jurassic Park – 1997
16. The Thing – 1982 (*)
17. Poltergeist – 1982 (*)
18. Night of the Living Dead – 1968 (*)
19. Near Dark – 1987
20. Let The Right One In - 2008
21. The Craft - 1996 (*)
22. Dawn of the Dead - 1978 (*)

Going to watch at least one more after I finish my reading for tomorrow... And then a whole bunch tomorrow. I MUST SUCCEED!

Why the second Jurassic Park? I never liked that one. Actually, the only one I really did like was the first.

And what, no Shining or Exorcist?

If I was going to dress up this year I'd be Max from WtWtA.
 

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I think he is viewing movies he hasn't seen before.

For the most part, yes. And I've seen The Shining and The Exorcist many times. The films with a (*) next to them are the ones I haven't seen before.

As for Jurassic Park 2, I hadn't seen it in a while and watched it with a group of friends.
 
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