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WHY???

Because I firmly believe people should be thinking INTELLIGENTLY about what they view/support/think about... 

I do NOT believe there is room for such horrific images ESPECIALLY for kids to see.

WHERE has judgement and Intelligent thinking gone?

The innocence of early days has disappeared.

 

It's an open forum and ALL views are supposed to be WELCOME!

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Then why are you writing on here?  Quit wasting our time!

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My question is: WHY does anyone need to put those images into their head? 

I Intentionally and strongly avoid any of these types of movies. Life is challenging enough without having this 'stuff' in your head after seeing these horrific images!

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I never saw the first version and sure don’t plan on seeing this one!

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I liked the show. I dont think any could match the very first one though but I still liked it and was glad to see Jamie lee Curtis in it .

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Horror films are not my idea of entertainment.  Would never spend good money or TIME on anything in this genre.

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Happy 40th Anniversary Halloween

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John Carpenter’s horror defining film Halloween was scripted in 10 days and shot in only 20, yet it has maintained its classic status for 4 decades. Jaime Lee Curtis, was a teenager in this 1978 debut; now at age 59 she’s one of our favorites, celebrating the success of the original, reprising her role in the sequel and smashing box office records on its opening weekend.

 

Why do you think this scary movie continues to define its namesake holiday after all this time? Will you brave the sequel?

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