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Instagram Roundup #63

by Jamie Sanford on October 30, 2013

Here are all of the other Instagram Roundups!

I used the saran wrap technique to make a sort of marbled design on my nails. This is A England She Walks in Beauty as the base, with A England Lady of Shalott on top.

Saw this on the way to work. Creepy.

Went for a lovely short walk/hike with Will on Saturday. The fall is definitely falling.

Will decided to put on the Michael Myers mask and stand in the back of the storage unit. Creeptown. However, you can see the amazing organization of my storage unit there. We have 2 rows of storage containers (all numbered, since I have a list of the contents of each box on my computer) creating a hallway in the center for easy access to everything.

The theme for the night at the bar I was going to was “haunted disco” so I bought myself this puffy wig at CVS. I also tried to make myself even paler, added red eyeshadow like crazy, then put on my vampire cape and my fancy little tophat, which helped the wig out tremendously. Added a dark lip and some blood around my mouth and I was good to go.

I saw lots of crazy costumes. It’s the most fun though to see things like weird demons taking cell phone shots.

Happy Halloween!

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Halloween: H2O (100 Films in 2011)

by Jamie Sanford on October 22, 2011

79. Halloween: H2O (available to stream on Netflix and Amazon)

Here is the trailer for Halloween: H2O.

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Halloween: H2O is a full out horror/slasher film, set 20 years after the original Halloween.  Jamie Lee Curtis is back as Laurie Strode, but she has assumed a new identity.  Michael Myers, her brother, is also back, of course.

This is super creepy.  I have less trouble with the Jason Voorhees mask because it’s not resembling a human like this one.  This one just makes my skin crawl.

So, we start the movie and Laurie is doing well as Keri Tate, her new name since she changed it to get away from her past and her brother.  She has a boyfriend and is a successful headmistress of a private school.  She has a cute son played by Josh Hartnett.  His girlfriend is played by Michelle Williams, and they have disposable friends.

These two finally meet up again after 20 years. Happy reunion!

Naturally, more people die and at the end, Jamie Lee gets her bitch on and kills him dead.  She beheads him with a fire ax, and although I don’t think it is very realistic, I’ll take it.  I was quite pleased with this film as another in the Halloween series, and Jamie Lee Curtis is fantastic in it.  Another good one for the Halloween playlist.

Halloween: H2O is available on DVD from Amazon for $9.28.

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