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Why Fire In The Sky should be an addition to the Halloween collection
When it comes to the sci-fi genre, the alien premise can be a dime a dozen. The only ones that aren't a cash-in of other sci-fi horror story premises are the ones based off of a true story. It can't steal from other stories because it is a true story. The movie lists have been changing recently, and there’s one particular movie that I’ve seen pop up on numerous lists that have to do with Alien movies or alien movies based off true accounts. After seeing a familiar title on these movie lists, it’s sparked the interest, and I had to wonder, what is fire in the sky?
Getting Over My Fear Of Chucky
Fear is a fickle thing, there are several types of minor fears, major fears, and unfathomable fears. What I saw in 2004 on the outside of the Regal Cinemas wall of posters was a moment I wouldn't forget, because it was the second time in my life I saw something beyond my child comprehension, but the first time I felt fear to my core.
Why Elvira: Mistress of the dark movie is an honorable horror film
It’s not just a Halloween movie, I had heard of Elvira: mistress of the dark. I would scroll past it on Hulu, there was a slight interest but it when it comes to horror movies for me, I don't normally do the ones that have comedy in it. Last year in October, I was looking for a horror movie after re-watching all of my fall fright festive films. I gambled on a new film to watch, this time when I found Elvira on the list of horror films, I didn't scroll past it. I clicked it, I watched it, and I accidently loved it. It parodied other films, it was written with self-awareness of the clichés in horror films. It written to be funny on purpose with purpose. But I found out that it held more significance then just being apart of the horror culture.
How a Batman ring helped a little boy through a hayride
Batman has become a symbol for those that needed the extra boost to know that justice will always prevail and good always triumph over evil. No matter what, there is encouragement because of how brave Batman is.
That 70's Wardrobe
The 70s, a decade that still inspires fashion styles even 50 years later. It was all about the pretty patterns of plaid, stripes, flowers, funky shapes, and the colors of all shades with endless possibilities. People walked down the streets as a work of art that came to life.
I'm proud that I had an IEP
I’ve always found it interesting to know someone else’s experiences in school. To know what they went through different then what my course in school was, so I can have an open mind to be courteous and respectful. I never felt jealous if someone did go through school better then me. I have a lot of respect to those that matured in school, it shows character for their decisions outside of school and after school
The Family Dog Knew I Had Cancer
Animals have a special sensing that goes beyond some of the sixth sense or heightened senses that most humans have. Without even talking or speaking there’s an empathy that animals can feel despite being a different species than the human species. When I was younger there was a family dog, and the last family pet of my grandparents. To give some backstory my grandparents had a Boston terrier that they loved and then after the passing of that beloved Boston terrier. My grandparents got another family dog and then this dog would be the last pet that they ever had, and also the best pet they ever had.
Why I’m Torn About My Name
I’ve gone by many names over the years, Sami, Sami boo boo, Fruitcake, Sami-Bami, Penelope Pee Pants Parrish, but Samantha is not one of the names that I like. This gives a whole new spin on My Name is by Eminem, can you imagine the verse Slim Shady replaced with Pee Pants Parrish? (not a bad rap right, but I'll leave the rapping to slim shady).