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10/15/13 2:22 A

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I just texted that title to myself as a reminder when I get home, thanks for the heads up.

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10/14/13 2:18 P

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I love documentaries and while one of my favourites is not connected to a horror movie, it's one of the most interesting and at times, creepiest thing I've ever watched. It's called Resurrect Dead: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles and if you haven't seen it, give it a watch. I think I've seen it dozens of times now and to be honest, I want to write a fictional story about something similar.

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10/11/13 2:52 A

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Documentaries on horror movies are also a big hit with me. Never Sleep Again, His Name Was Jason, 30 Days in Hell: The Making of 'The Devil's Rejects' and Halloween: 25 Years of Terror are my favorites that I own. Others I have are basic documentaries about the horror genre in general. I can't wait to see this one as well. I think someone stated in a previous conversation there was or is going to be a documentary on The Shining. But I'm not positive on that.

They really shine when they discuss how they have zero budget and just do this or that to make it look nice and the work turns out better than something made with a big budget.

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8/9/13 8:42 A

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I too love Pet Sematary. Just watched it (while sewing) on my Kindle (and Netflix) last weekend. This would be really interesting.

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8/6/13 6:20 P

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One of my favorite scary movies of all time is Pet Sematary.. It is based on a King book, but with very little gore or blood, is a reeeally creepy movie.
Now comes word that a documentary is being produced about the film.
“Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary" is an independent documentary about the making of Pet Sematary. It includes the origins of the story, the stories of cast and crew (including one of my favorite actors, Fred Gwynne,) memories of the Maine locals who helped make the film, and opinions on where the film stands among the rest of Stephen King’s work.
No word yet on a release date. But they have a website, and a clip.
youtu.be/1WbD7ORzeX0




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