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More Final Friday Girls

February 21st, 2017

It’s been nearly five years since my last posting about my encounters with some of the so-called ‘Final Girls‘ of the Friday the 13th franchise. At the time I reported on meeting three of them, but since there were a total of twelve films (with a thirteenth project just recently scuttled), obviously there was room to grow in this area of mad killer Jason’s final combatants. Although I’m still not quite half way through this quest (with admittedly the later films being less than exciting), here are two more scream queens I’ve added to this grouping.  Read the rest of this entry »

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The Demand of Ian Somerhalder

February 15th, 2017

Supply and demand is a funny thing. Actually it’s more of the demand part that can make things interesting. In the celebrity collecting (by the way, I really have no idea what to call my hobby anymore) department, sometimes I am driven by demand rather than supply, or worse yet, my own interest. I may have only a passing interest in getting a photo with or autograph of a certain celebrity, but when I hear that someone else is dying to meet them or otherwise thinks they are the cat’s meow, somehow my interest is piqued even further.  Read the rest of this entry »

Great Scott!

February 15th, 2017

How bad did I want to meet Michael J. Fox? He sort of defines my teenage years what with Family Ties being one of the biggest shows on TV and Back to the Future being one of the biggest movies of the 1980’s – and maybe even the best. High School U.S.A. is simply the most enjoyable TV movie ever made, and it’s a go-to movie that I’ve probably watched 100 times or more. Midnight Madness is one of the best crummy movies in my collection, the guiltiest of sweet pleasures. He has Disney ties by voicing Milo in Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Spin City is a stellar sitcom, and he appears as himself in a very funny episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm for yet another connection. I’m sure I could go on if I had to, but admit it…you love Michael J. Fox too.  Read the rest of this entry »

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