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Happy Halloween!

posted by Nell Minow

From The Nightmare Before Christmas. Happy trick or treating!



  • http://bigdaveblogger.blogspot.com Big_Dave_T

    Back at ya.
    OK, I know you dismissed it as more marketing than art, but I was hoping for your review of Paranormal Activity. I’ve been looking for it here ever since it opened in Ann Arbor about a month ago, when it was in limited release. C’mon, it’s Halloween already. Let your wild side go. Engage the masses.

  • http://blog.beliefnet.com/moviemom/ Nell Minow

    I can’t do justice to super-scary movies, so I don’t even try, Big Dave. But I’d be glad to include your thoughts!

  • http://bigdaveblogger.blogspot.com Big_Dave_T

    Havent’ seen it yet actually. But I did get invited to a movie premiere of sorts this past week. It was a locally made horror movie and I did a capsule review of sorts in my weekly blog. If you have a spare moment, check it out.

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