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My ratings for movies change all the time, but here's my vote history: http://www.imdb.com/mymovies/list?l=14317819
A few of my favorite movies (they're not always my most highly rated, since my reasons for liking particular films can be pretty idiosyncratic):
A Nightmare on Elm Street
May (Sick Girl's great, too - I can't wait to see what Lucky McKee does next)
The X-Files (the series, not the movie)
The Neverending Story
The Wizard of Oz
Sid and Nancy
Harold and Maude
Dead Poets Society
Some lamericks I wrote for a board challenge (they're cheesy, but they're the whole of my creative output in this millenium, so I'm keeping 'em):
I know of a girl named Fitzgerald,
Whose presence all the boys'd herald,
But with just one love scratch,
Her "issues" you'd catch,
And - if you messed with her sis - you're imperilled!
Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde ('20)
There once was a doctor named Jekyll,
Whose goodness was quite often heckled,
So pure evil he tried,
Through an id-self named Hyde,
And both of his lives were soon wreck-led.
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
There once was a webbed-footed, scaled man,
He mauled swimmers like dogs on a mailman,
By a scientist named Kay,
His fish heart was led astray,
Which brought a murky end to his tale, man!
Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary
Death in lover's form,
Those embraced cling to darkness,
Lest light eats their flesh.
There once was a man-boy named Gnaghi,
Whose heart was lonely (and mind foggy),
All he wanted was (a) head,
But Sir Rupert shot her dead,
Still, he followed Rupe 'round like a doggy!
H. P. Lovecraft's From Beyond
There was a bright Doc with great plans,
Her hope: the brain's powers to expand,
Through drastic tests she would go,
To find what most women know:
Men are led by their pineal glands.
The Return of the Living Dead
Sick-slimed with bared grin,
Rubber-limbed gauntness slides by
Like oil on the sea.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame ('23)
There once lived a man: Quasimodo,
In height not much taller than Frodo,
His face was quite odd,
But his muscles were broad -
If you messed with his friends, you're a dodo!
Of her rage, Nola wasn't quite fond,
Tried to drown it like cats in a pond.
Therapy released her id,
Now she's popping out weird kids -
Violent snow-suited mutants, all blond!
Shaun of the Dead
From change of all types, Shaun had fled,
Each night to the pub with goof Ed,
Though he was in a rut,
He learned to kick butt,
When London's streets swarmed with live dead.
There once lived a chick - Goldy Lox,
Unwise men thought she was a fox,
They would coo at and woo her,
With the hope they could scr*w her,
But she knocked off their heads, not their socks.
With man-made life Paul was obsessed,
From his studies he rarely took rest,
When his girlfriend expired,
He had her rewired,
And now she's a robot with breasts!
His children might be spoiled flakes,
All the time it was, "Take, take, take, take,"
Not like he was outstanding,
Such a creep - so demanding,
Scr*w him and his Father's Day cake!
Masters of Horror: Sick Girl
Misty Falls fell for Ida Teeter,
Both thought things couldn't get much sweeter,
Then an insect one night,
Gave poor Misty a bite,
But, good news: 'Twas to breed, not to eat her!
There was once a lonely girl named May,
Stitching up pets hardly filled her day,
Though she finally tried dating,
The results were frustrating,
'Til - with "parts" - she made her own friend - hooray!
The Happiness of the Katakuris
The Katakuri family was forced to strive,
Their small, distant inn barely kept them alive,
When their guests started dying,
They just felt like crying,
But through work, song, and claymation(?!) they survived.
Spider was quite an odd young lad,
Always suspicious of his dad:
The man was a bit boozy,
And he wooed a cheap floozy,
But was he a foul cad, or Spide' mad?
The Man who Laughs
There once was a sad man named Gwynplaine,
His face gouged with a grin most insane,
Lacking love, he was forlorn,
Women treated him with scorn,
'Til he found a kind heart, sans disdain.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
Poor Liz was to be Victor's bride,
When needed, she stood at his side,
What'd she get for her trouble?
Her life turned to rubble:
She died, and was later re-fried!
Dawn of the Dead ('04)
It is tricky to kill off the dead,
You must shoot - and/or destroy - the head,
Once your ammo is no more,
Even with guns, you're done for,
(So I would have chosen Wal-Mart instead! [[fight2]] )
Bram Stoker's Dracula
There was a proper girl named Mina,
Who, when irked, was as feisty as Xena,
She soon fell for Prince Vlad,
Who wasn't all that bad,
Compared to her husband, the wiener!
Duane loved his brother Belial,
Of bro's temper, he was in denial,
When a girl came between 'em,
You ought to have seen 'em,
They plunged to the street, lemming-style!
Storage space: Nothing to see here; move along, move along...