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Golden Age Horror movies from the 1960's - 1980's.

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Old 10-21-2008, 02:41 PM   #11
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My video store got this as a rental, and after watching the movie for years on old television or even older vhs, I thought the transfer of this film was exquisite. + Charlton Heston can do no wrong in my book.
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My video store got this as a rental, and after watching the movie for years on old television or even older vhs, I thought the transfer of this film was exquisite. + Charlton Heston can do no wrong in my book.
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thx for ruining it u big turd!!!!!
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I watched a film called cloud atlas that kept referencing soylent green!
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Looking back the last scene with Edward G. Robinson is actually really touching now knowing it was his last film before he died. Great performance by Charlton Heston as well.
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