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Was formerly known as "Biggest Pieces of S**t", until IMDB deleted it, because of some snowflake crybaby.

Left-wing S**tbags, Right-wing S**tbags, you're all the same to me, so go for it.
 
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Also
David Patrick Kelly, Angel David, Laurence Mason, and Michael Massee as T-Bird, Skank, Tin Tin and Fanboy (The Crow)
Vic Morrow as Hammer (1990: The New Barbarians)
James Woods as Owlman (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths )
George Eastman as One (The New Barbarians)
 
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Wins and Losses Do Matter

Championship Titles
-World Championship
-Titan Openweight Championship
-World Tag Team Championship
-Women's Championship
-Next-Gen Championship
 
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A solo, self-contained Marvel pulp-horror movie.
 
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with a soundtrack done by Neon Vandal
 
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Movies that shouldn't simply exist.

Movies that are on the list, but don't deserve the effort of adding them.
-Twilight movies and any flicks like them that emerged.
-All of Friedberg/Seltzer's movies.
 
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Okay, more then half of the movies from the 80s, big deal. The 80s was the horror genre's peak.
 
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Sooner or later, this one going to get another adaptation, and considering that the Repairman Jack series could be a major franchise. Here are my casting ideas for the Keep.
 
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as a cynical bast*rd, I wondered if there any modern films I like, so I'm very surprised.
 
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Since the age of six, the Bundy triplets wanted to have normal lives, just like other children their age. Every Halloween, the three brothers ventured from door to door in their neighborhood asking for candy; they only found disappointment. The neighbors, judgmental of the brothers' lowlife alcoholic parents, ostracized and ignored them.

After years of being treated like strangers in their own neighborhood, the triplets, now seventeen, decided not to take the abuse any longer. They would execute vengeance on those that had wronged them on the day of the year which they had come to hate the most: Halloween.

There is no more Trick or Treat.

Now, it's escape or die.

Beware of the HALLOWEEN STRANGERS

Based on the concept album from VHS Glitch