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09 October 2007 @ 10:25 am
Like a ride on a rocket it took us up, Didn't want it to stop & it shook us up good  
Agh! I hate my life!!! Well, my work life. So much crap-tasticness, I won't bore you.
Okay, I will bore you with it for about a second. Mainly because I can't curse or say anything derogatory aloud at the moment. *ahem* Godfuckingdammit!!! I fucking hate you, Vicki!!!! UGDhahjheUIGGESG!

Now back to the regularly scheduled blogging.

Instead a meme! From my new friend bottledglory, who has a kick ass Chuck friending meme going on!

The Lists of Horror Movies, chosen by critics, votes, and users.
Hopefully you can use this this month to enjoy my favorite season and favorite genre of movies!

Instructions for use:

Horror Novice:
Many of the following Top 100 Horror Movies entries may be too much for the fragile mind of one not accustomed to the gore, scares, jumps and “yell out loud” that we Horror Freaks crave. It is suggested that you begin your trek to Horror Freakdom with the Beginners Horror Shelf. This list includes beginner horror in several sub-genres as well as appropriate follow-up horror to acclimate you to the visual and experiential delights of horror. Once you are ready, jump into:

Horror Aficionado:
Many of the entries on the BHM Top 100 Horror Movies list are already part of your repertoire, of course. Still, the Top 100 Horror Movie list contains classics that warrant multiple viewings. Print the list and cross off those that you have seen recently, and work through the rest starting with number 100. When properly scheduled you should be in the top 20 by October in time for Halloween.

Late Start:
Coming across the definitive Top 100 Horror Movies late in the year? Starting at number 1 and working backwards is an option for those that don’t have all year to view the entire list, and is also good for those that peek at the last chapters of a book instead of starting at the beginning.

Be sure and allow for a few horror new releases this year…or just wait until next year’s list and we’ll steer you to only the BEST.

Strikethroughs are ones I've seen
Underlines are favorites!
Bolds are ones I want to see
Italics are ones I laugh at being on this list.... as in, wtf you sucked...

100. Return of the living Dead 2 (1988, Directed by Ken Wiederhorn)

99. Silver Bullet (1985, Directed by Daniel Attias)

"Mimic is one of those "movies with a message" and is a clear attempt to persuade us to avoid genetic tampering. It also has Mira Sorvino from Romy and Michelle's Highschool Reunion in it, so how could it NOT be on the Top 100 Horror Movies List?"

98. Mimic (1997, Directed by Guillermo del Toro)

97. April Fools Day (1986, Directed by Fred Walton)

96. Deranged (1974, Directed by Jeff Gillen and Alan Ormsby)

95. Cabin Fever (2002, Directed by Eli Roth)

94. Fright Night (1985, Directed by Tom Holland)

93. Pumpkin Head (1989, Directed by Stan Winston)

92. House of Wax (1953, Directed by André De Toth)

91. Creepshow (1982, Directed by George A. Romero)

90. Cujo (1983, Directed by Lewis Teague)

89. The Blob (1958, Directed by Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr. and Russell S. Doughten Jr. (uncredited) )

88. Christine (1983, Directed by John Carpenter)

87. From Dusk Till Dawn (1996, Directed by Robert Rodriguez)

86. House on Haunted Hill (1959, Directed by William Castle)

"Now we're getting to some real heavy-hitters, including the creature-feature classic The Blob. Horror Masters Romero and Carpenter also have their first (of many) appearances in the Top 100 Horror Movies list. Now about Rob Zombie...I am very interested to see his treatment of the remake of the classic Halloween...call it cautiously optimistic."

85. House of 1000 corpses (2003, Directed by Rob Zombie)

84. Children of the damned (1963, Directed by Anton Leader)

83. Manhunter (1986, Directed by Michael Mann)

82. Children of the Corn (1984, Directed by Fritz Kiersch)

"Milla Jovovich in Resident Evil
This is one hot-as-heck-zombie-butt-kicking babe"

81. Resident Evil (2002, Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson)

80. People under the stairs (1991, Directed by Wes Craven)

79. Alone in the Dark (1982, Directed by Jack Sholder)

78. Candyman (1992, Directed by Bernard Rose)

77. The Fog (1980, Directed by John Carpenter)

"The last 25 on the Top 100 Horror Movies list include classic (Children of the Damned, House on Haunted Hill), the famous (People under the Stairs, The Fog), the action-packed (Resident Evil) and the cheesy (Children of the Corn). But in the final spot we see the downright WRONG (Silent Night, Deadly Night). This one is still banned in several countries, and remains the most disturbing of the 'Santa Killer' films."

76. Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984, Directed by Charles E. Sellier Jr.)

75. Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954, Directed by Jack Arnold)

74. Phantom of the Opera (1925, Directed by Rupert Julian, Ernst Laemmle)

73. Child's Play (1988, Directed by Tom Holland)

72. The Hitcher (1986, Directed by Robert Harmon)

71. IT (1990, Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace)

70. When a Stranger Calls (1979, Directed by Fred Walton)

"Now we're seeing a couple of flicks that play on childish images with Childs's Play and IT in the Top 100 Horror Movies list. First Santa, and now children's toys and clowns? In horror nothing is sacred. By the way, the remake in 2006 of When a Stranger Calls was a disaster - I hope the 2007 remake of The Hitcher is better."

69. The Ring (2002, Directed by Gore Verbinski)

68. Return of the living dead (1985, Written & Directed by Dan O’Bannon)

67. Final Destination (2000, Directed by James Wong)

66. Nosferatu (1922, Directed by F.W. Murnau)

65. Frankenstein (1931, Directed by James Whale)

64. Scream (1996, Directed by Wes Craven)

63. Dracula (1992, Directed by Francis Ford Coppola)

62. The Lost Boys (1987, Directed by Joel Schumacher)

61. Pet Semetary (1989, Directed by Mary Lambert)

60. The Wolfman (1941, Directed by George Waggner)

59. The Mummy (1932, Directed by Karl Freund)

58. Darkness Falls (2003, Directed by Jonathan Liebesman)

57. Seven (1995, Directed by David Fincher)

56. Don't Look Now (1973, Directed by Nicolas Roeg)

"This is a good comment point because there are a couple of HIGHLY UNDERRATED movies in this segment of the Top 100 Horror Movies. First, there's Darkness Falls, one of the scariest movies ever (in my humble opinion...). Then Don't Look Now, a movie that, in the opinion of BHM contributor Ronnie Angel, should in fact have the number 1 spot on the Top 100 Horror Movies list! Well, this is where they fell under the new rating system. That system is for the birds...ha ha...get it? The Birds? Sheesh...

Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds - attacking school children.
Mother Nature has her vengeance in The Birds"

55. The Birds (1963, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock)

54. Event Horizon (1997, Directed by Paul Anderson)

53. The Stepford Wives (1975, Directed by Bryan Forbes)

52. Salem's Lot (1979, Directed by Tobe Hooper)

"Event Horizon is extremely popular with the "Horror Inteligencia" and was nominated several times for the 2007 version of the Top 100 Horror Movies list. The two offerings from the 70s are simple yet fantastic - Salem's Lot is responsible for many a child's nightmare, and The Stepford Wives has been re-done more times than Star Trek..."

51. Prom Night (1980, Directed by Paul Lynch)

50. Puppet Master (1989, Directed by David Schmoeller)

49. Re-animator (1985, Directed by Dennis Paoli)

48. The Grudge - Ju-On (2004, Directed by Takashi Shimizu)

47. Phantasm (1979, Directed by Don Coscarelli)

"Prom Night is classic Scream Queen Jamie Lee, and the second movie featuring Ms. Curtis that we've seen so far on the Top 100 Horror Movies list. Puppet Master is awesome if you can find a copy, and Re-animator is the most successful film adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft novel. Another Asian horror remake with The Grudge and 70s cheese with Phantasm round out the entry to the Top 50 horror movies.

Poltergeist - They're Here!
Horror comes to suburbia in Poltergeist"

46. Poltergeist (1982, Directed by Tobe Hooper)

45. Amityville Horror (1979, Directed by Stuart Rosenberg)

44. The Invisible Man (1933, Directed by James Whale)

43. The Omen (1976, Directed by Richard Donner)

42. Rosemary's Baby (1968, Directed by Roman Polanski)

41. Misery (1990, Directed by Rob Reiner)

40. Day of the dead (1985, Written and directed by George A. Romero)

"We are entering into the true classics at this point in the Top 100 Horror Movies list, with representatives from several popular horror sub-genres. Poltergeist and Amityville Horror (with Margot Kidder B.B. - before breakdown) cover the ghost story space, classics have The Invisible Man, religious horror with The Omen (and a bit with Rosemary's Baby as well), then Psychos with Misery and Zombies with Romero's Day of the Dead. Sounds like the perfect long weekend to me.

Cemetery Man movie poster
Cemetery Man has zombies, black comedy and depth"

39. Cemetery Man (1994, Directed by Michele Soavi)

38. Hellraiser (1987, Directed by Clive Barker)

37. Bride of Frankenstein (1935, Directed by James Whale)

36. Ginger Snaps (2000, Directed by John Fawcett)

35. Hostel (2005, Directed by Eli Roth)

"Hellraiser stands the test of time, and Bride of Frankenstein is a classic in every sense of the word. Gingersnaps is a great new twist on the traditional werewolf story, and Hostel may just be movie that solidifies a new "torture horror" genre.

The Abominable Dr. Phibes - Vincent Price
Vincent Price in his "over-the-top" best as Dr. Phibes"

34. The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971, Directed by Robert Fuest)

33. Dawn of the dead 2004 (2004, Directed by Zack Snyder)

32. The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988, Directed by Wes Craven)

31. Saw (2004, Written and Directed by James Wan)

30. Feast (2005, Directed by John Gulager)

29. 28 Days Later (2002, Directed by Danny Boyle)

28. Black Christmas (1974, Directed by Bob Clark)

27. Silence of the Lambs (1991, Directed by Jonathan Demme)

26. Audition (1999, Directed by Takashi Miike)

"Great horror old and new as we approach the top of the heap. Classic 70s style in The Abominable Dr. Phibes contrasts with the intense monster mayhem of Feast. 28 Days Later is the best ever not-a-zombie-movie zombie movie, and Black Christmas is considered by many to be the precursor to the slasher sub-genre of film. And what Top 100 Horror Movies list would be complete without including Silence of the Lambs and The Serpent and the Rainbow?

And now, prepare yourself for...

The Top 25 Horror Movies"

25. The Thing (1982, Directed by John Carpenter)

24. Aliens (1986, Directed by James Cameron)

23. Haute Tension (2005, Directed by Alexandre Aja)

22. Suspiria (1977, Directed by Dario Argento)

21. Jaws (1975, Directed by Steven Spielberg)

"Jaws - swimmer attacked
Shark attack from Jaws

John Carpenter again among the Top 100 Horror Movies with The Thing - one very scary monster movie. Aliens brought us back to space to cheer for Ripley, and Haute Tension (High Tension in the U.S.) is an intense horror movie with an incredible twist. Susperia is an intense shocker also, with a script that was written for school girls to play (this was vetoed by the studio and grown women played the roles). And then there's Jaws...I still think about this one when I'm in a swimming pool...

And now we enter...

The Top 20 Best Horror Movies"

20. Zombi 2 (1980, Directed by Lucio Fulci)

19. The Eye (2002, Directed by the Pang Brothers)

18. Frailty (2001, Directed by Bill Paxton)

17. Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974, Directed by Tobe Hooper)

16. May (2002, Written and Directed by Lucky McKee)

15. White Zombie (1932, Directed by Victor Halperin)

14. Carrie (1976, Directed by Brian De Palma)

13. Shaun of the Dead (2004, Directed by Edgar Wright)

"Friday the 13th - Crystal Lake is not a fun camp
Summer Camp will never be the same after Friday the 13th

The debate will rage on as to whether Friday the 13th should be in the Top 10 of the Top 100 Horror Movies list...but according to the BHM rating methodology it falls at number 12. I guess, as I look at the top 10, I'm not sure what would be displaced to make room..."

12. Friday the 13th (1980, Directed by Sean S. Cunningham)

11. Braindead/Dead Alive (1992, Directed by Peter Jackson)

"Now Ladies and Gentlemen...The Top 10 Horror of all Time!

The horror movies that follow truly represent the EXCEPTIONAL of the horror genre. Although all of the inclusions in the Top 100 Horror Movies list are incredible, the best of the best are..."

10. The Evil Dead (1981, Directed by Sam Raimi)

9. Psycho (1960, Directed by Alfred Hitchcock)

8. A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984, Directed by Wes Craven)

7. The Shining (1980, Directed by Stanley Kubrick)

6. Night of the living Dead (1968, Directed by Dean Lachiusa & George A. Romero)

5. Halloween (1978, Directed by John Carpenter)

4. Dawn of the Dead (1978, Written and Directed by George A. Romero)

3. The Descent (2005, Directed by Neil Marshall)

2. Alien (1979, Directed by Ridley Scott)

And...The Top Horror Movie of All Time is...

1. The Exorcist (1973, Directed by William Friedkin)

And there, friends and neighbors, you have it. The Top 100 Horror Movies of all time. This list was carefully crafted using the highly scientific:

BHM Horror Movie Rating Methodology

For the true Horror Aficionado many entries to this list of the Top 100 Horror Movies are already on your prized classic horror shelf. For the novice this list of the Top 100 Horror Movies can serve as a guide as you transform yourself to a true Horror Freak (after, of course, acclimating yourself to horror by utilizing the Horror Novice List. For those in the middle you can flesh out your horror knowledge with full confidence that you are watching the Best Horror Movies in existence.

Are we ready for some TV talk? I think so!

Faboo episodes all around!

Chuck: Morgan, he's just about the bestest friend a nerd could ask for! I was a Casey/Sarah shipper, at least for the night, since they were all hand-holdy. And Captain Awesome, he's so adorable! Chuck dancing the girl's part of the tango, HOT! XD

Heroes: Well, it was Sylar's triumphant return! Huzzah!!!! And his shirt was open almost the whole time!!!! *diez* Like I said to telltale, when we saw the 'Have a nice day' mug, I literally said (aloud), "It'd be better if you were naked!!!" XD And when he bashed in Candice's head in, "Take that, ya dumb slut!" But the fantasy of TWO Sylars at once, holy crap! And then if I were somehow able to make it a foursome of Hawaiin shirt!Sylar, Man in black!Sylar, me, and Gabriel Gray... *fans self*

Yay! Peter's part of the gang! ^_^

Weeds: So many great little moments. I love the banter between Isabelle and Celia, even if it's a little disturbing in the dysfunction."Stop being a cunt." And poor mid-life crisis Dean. But I now know that animal urine can disinfect wounds sustained in a motorcycle accident. And Doug getting kicked out of the club, "You can kiss my black ass!" Doug, I love your dumb, goofy white ass. Nancy hanging out with Peter's other ex...kinda weird. But huzzah for Silas (the little shit) becoming Conrad's bitch! That kid pisses me off. And I hate his fundamentalist fuckbuddy. MK, just smoke your pot and STFU.

And welcome to spifftronica as well. Scrubs fans unite! LOL!

Now for a vid, 'Britney vs. Kelly'
Current Location: the office
Current Mood: disappointeddisappointed
Listening/Watching: "Delirious Love" by Neil Diamond
I died instantly...the next day...: earnest.spifftronica on October 9th, 2007 07:15 pm (UTC)
eeee, thanks for the personal welcome! :D
Allee: chocolatekinglady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 08:04 pm (UTC)
Welcome to the madness. :P

Madness, this journal is SPARTAAAAAA!!!

Yeah, I had to do it.
merlincerridwen on October 9th, 2007 08:26 pm (UTC)
Chuck lost my viewing. I hate to say it did cause when it comes on DVD, I will so get it, but I know it's purposely competing against my first love The Big Bang Theory. Oh, c'mon. Two nerd-related shows on at the same time?!? You know! Haha. But I am sad for my love, The Big Bang Theory, may get cancelled and I pretty much don't want to see it go *sad, sad, sad*

Annd... my grandma are gonna rent Heroes DVD's because we've been watching it but not from the beginning so we're like now what the fuck does this guy do? OMG, their eyes. Wait, what? Haha. And, how weird is it that when I start watching it he bashes someone named Candice's head in. :O

Also this sucks but I may miss Boston Legal tonight too )=
Allee: evillaughSylarlady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 08:32 pm (UTC)
Aaaw. Well, I have to record How I Met Your Mother in the other room, since it also competes with Chuck. :P

Well, this season is only kind of a continuation from the last. We still don't know what Mia and Alejandro's (the twins with eyes) powers exactly are just yet. Nor do we who Candice was working for this season. It could be The Company, which was last season, or someone else entirely. Or where he is. Is Sylar on the LOST island? LOL!

And Candice is a bitch anyway, so her death hardly seems to matter. :P

I may have to watch Boston Legal on Wednesday. Since I have to come in way too fucking early tomorrow and must attempt to fall asleep earlier!1!!!11!! ARGH! */rant* But either way, I'll totally fill you in.
merlincerridwen on October 9th, 2007 08:59 pm (UTC)
Haha. Well, I guess my grandma's going to record Law and Order: SVU for me tonight and I'm gonna watch Boston Legal because they're both on at the same time. I usually really dont like Law and Order: SVU. Scripts are amazing, as are actors, but it disturbs me. HOWEEEEEEEVER, Melissa Joan Hart is going to be on tonight and my grandma pretty much refused to film Boston Legal for me cause she doesnt like it, but didnt mind Law and Order: SVU. Buut, just in case I get sucked in by Law and Order, update me when you can (=

Aha! Now some things make sense and LOL @ The LOST island thing. Gaaah, I need that show to come back!!

She seemed like a beeyotch, but I'm just sayin'. *Cue spooky music* LOL
Jennifer J.gwionfawyr on October 9th, 2007 09:31 pm (UTC)
I'm being a dork and saying now... I love your David Icon!
Allee: kiefervamplady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 10:28 pm (UTC)
I never get to use it, but I can never bring myself to remove it. And I was like, "Finally! It fits an entry!" LOL!

P.S. Yours makes me giggle. ^_^
Jennifer J.: blood ties returnsgwionfawyr on October 9th, 2007 10:51 pm (UTC)
*beams* I'm feeling the Blood Ties lovin' right now. It comes back on Friday night. I've already got my Friday Mojo Night schedule ready too. 8 - Moonlight, 9 - Stargate: Atlantis, 10 - Blood Ties, 11 - Paula's Party. I'm just mad they didn't bring back The Dresden Files, I would've had something to watch at midnight.
Allee: kiefervamplady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 11:05 pm (UTC)
Oh I love Paula Deen! She's so adorable! And I love your fridays are vamp-tastic!
Pan: Mohinder gunjedipanchan on October 9th, 2007 10:26 pm (UTC)
Firstly: NICE SONG CHOICE! Eeeeeeee! :P

Second: Wowza, that horror movie meme is kinda the longest thing I've ever seen... XD

Third: At first I thought Sylar being back was kinda a lame move on the writers, but now that we know he doesn't have his powers and such, I think it could get interesting. Also, it seems kind of obvious that Sylar, "Nightmare Man," and the killer of the Old Heroes are all different people (although I suppose the last two could be the same person, but I like that it's not Sylar). Maybe we'll have a super-villain showdown!

As far as Peter goes, WHY DIDN'T YOU LOOK IN THE BOX YOU RETARD?? UGH! His Dark Side Force Choke Moment kinda makes me think that they might turn Amnesia!Peter into a bit of a villain, too...and we know from Spiderman 3 that 3 villains just doesn't work. Please to be coming back, Good!Peter. XD

Oh! And if Mr. Bennett dies, I will literally sob and throw something at the TV.

OH AND! Peter's tattoo? I was watching it on a fuzzy TV, and I couldn't see it very well...did it heal itself, or change into something else, or something? I think it might have...

And...that's all I've got. XD
Allee: evillaughSylarlady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 10:35 pm (UTC)
Well, I've been listening to it far too much the past few days. It was bound to be playing while making an entry. XD

As I said, "long ass meme". :P And it pretty much goes without saying I want to see any of the ones I haven't. But bolding all of those... O.O -_- O.O

If Sauron is Sylar, I am gonna be really fucking pissed off. LAME! And I kinda hope the Boogeyman is in fact, a boogeyGIRL.

OMG! I totally thought Peter is going Vader on his ass! Or pardon me, arse, as they are Irish. I have a feeling that if Peter were to be a 'bad guy', he'd be even more emo than usual. Heaven forbid! And yeah, look in the fucking box!!!!

I almost cried when his death was foretold! I don't care if he once attacked creepy stalker flying boy. He's more than made up for any past indiscretions. *hugs HRG* But it also could've been Midas (the guy who hired Mohinder). He has glasses. He could've had horned rimmed ones back in the day. It's a stretch but entirely possible.

About the tattoo, I have horrible eyesight, so I couldn't really tell either. It looked like it healed itself. But next time I talk to my friend who watches it online I'll ask her.
Pan: Scrubsjedipanchan on October 9th, 2007 11:05 pm (UTC)
Haha, I forgot that we decided to call him Sauron. I really don't think it's Sylar, because he's been in a coma or something until this episode, and Molly's been having nightmares about him for a while. And, based on the Next Week Preview, which may not be entirely reliable, it seemed like Sauron is the one who's killing the Old Heroes, because Matt was all "ZOMG this symbol on their faces is also the symbol that MOLLY HAS BEEN DRAWING." Smart.

I loved when Matt was all "You're in over your head, Mohinder." I really wanted Mo to say, "Baby, don't be that way." XD Between last season's Petrellicest, and now this...I SWEAR THE WRITERS ENDORSE THE SLASH! :P

Oooh, I didn't think about Midas being the one who got killed in the painting...My working theory was that maybe Sylar eventually can use the illusion-power and made himself look like Mr. Bennett for some reason (like he did in the future-episode when he pretended to be President Nathan), and then HE gets killed. But I dunno.

Why does this always confuse meeeeee?? XD
Allee: sylar3somelady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 11:14 pm (UTC)
Exactly. And I think Sylar is a kind of a show off, so if he could see you when you think about him, we'd know. Maybe the Hitman is just that, a lackey for Sauron. Ya never know...

Heroes is the HP of television, the slash practically writes itself.

But I don't want Sylar to die either!!!! God I really hope it's Midas. I don't like him! Not that anyone does.

It's only the third episode, I think we're all confused and ponder-y.
Pan: Harry slashjedipanchan on October 9th, 2007 11:26 pm (UTC)
NICE ICON!! That scene was Fangirl Gold. XD

Allee: sylar3somelady_lyca on October 9th, 2007 11:27 pm (UTC)
I JUST found it. So happy I got to use it right away! XD
Pan: Peanuts Halloweenjedipanchan on October 10th, 2007 04:53 am (UTC)
Completely unrelated but still Very Important: Are you a member of erotic_elves since the lockdown? Because I'm tempted to write something for their latest challenge, but I need a good het pairing! I'm considering Bill/Tonks, but I dunno...I don't think I've ever actually written het-smut before, so this is taking a lot of consideration on my part before I write anything, lol. XD

P.S. The latest entry there, about Angelina with Fred/George/Lee? So hot and very funny, you should scamper over and read it. Hee.

Allee: halloweenlady_lyca on October 10th, 2007 04:59 am (UTC)
I could've sworn I had become a member after Bold Through, but I guess not. :P So I've requested to join. Hopefully I'll be able to see the smut soon.

You should definitely give the het a try! :D
Pan: Harry slashjedipanchan on October 10th, 2007 05:03 am (UTC)
I'm considering using Percy and a player-to-be-named, lol. You are a bad influence, sistah. XD I really like Percy/Luna, but I Luna is probably really hard to write. HMM...

Slash writes itself, but het is a bit harder to find pairings I enjoy...is that odd? XD

Allee: Percy Weasleylady_lyca on October 10th, 2007 05:09 am (UTC)
I am. Next Halloween I should go as the Devil. "I am the spoiler of virgins! I inspire people to write smut! I encourage students to ditch class! Mwahahaha!"

Luna is hard to write, or so I've heard. But that pairing is so rare, and we need more dammit! :P
Pan: twins bwjedipanchan on October 10th, 2007 05:11 am (UTC)
Hmm, I must ponder this strange and uncharted land that is het!fic...


Allee: weasleytwinsPWNlady_lyca on October 10th, 2007 05:14 am (UTC)
*whispers in your ear* Doooo iiiit. It'll feel oh so nice. Hisssss...
glowing_pumpkin on October 10th, 2007 08:57 pm (UTC)
you know who!!!!!!!