"Punkie," said Rogue. "They are $3-4 now!"
Okay, then they are REALLY not worth it. That would cost me about $12-16/hour for entertainment, and I can do better with a paperback.
But the movie was good, because while it didn't have any real surprises, it wasn't entirely predictable, either. Very Lovecraft-ian in nature, which always scores points with me.
Oh, and Happy Easter, everybody! I am not spending this Easter following the old lady in the front pew to "do what she does" (Catholic friends of mine know what I am talking about), but I am spending it at Nate's birthday party at his parent's house. That's cool, because Nate's mom and dad are pretty nice people, and I always enjoy their company.
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