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Friday Night Frights (One Minion and the return of Frankenstein)

The intrepid explorers stood there, unsure what to do next. “Durrrrrr!” the thing mumbled. Floyd’s tail twitched nervously. “Did you hear that?” “Of course I did!” Lloyd blinked his eyes, hardly able to believe what he was seeing. “How can … Continue reading

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Friday Night Frights (One Minion’s Night of the Living Dead)

“Oh dear, I was afraid of this. Minion brought home more movies,” said Cow, sounding worried. “So what? She’s been doing that stupid morality movie thing for weeks now.” Stegosaurus replied. “Yes, but these are horror films!” “Check your oxygen … Continue reading

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Super Scary Saturday (One Minion meets Lisa and the Devil)

I’m the Devil! I’m the Devil! Just kidding! It’s only Minion and her markers making me look like the Devil! Minion is a silly sort, isn’t she? I hope her strange sense of humour hasn’t put you off. Anyway, Minion … Continue reading

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Super Scary Saturday (One Minion dares to open Doctor Blood’s Coffin)

“Oh, no,” Cow moaned, feeling a shiver of dread wiggle its way from horns to tail. “She brought home another one.” “What?” asked Stegosaurus loudly, tilting his head towards her. “Minion has another film in her hand,” Cow frantically repeated. … Continue reading

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Friday Night Frights (One Minion bathes in Baron Blood!)

“I don’t know what to think of this project Minion’s taken on. Is she in need mental aid?” the Stegosaurus wondered. “After last week’s crazy Aussie innkeeper killers, I think I’d rather be deaf than listen to more ham acting. … Continue reading

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Super Scary Saturday (One Minion in the Inn of the Damned!)

What are the chances? she thought to herself. Here I am at the library returning that Christopher Lee movie, and now I find another case exactly like the one I just had. How disturbing. She lingered a ways from the … Continue reading

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The horror – two movie masters

I have to confess, I haven’t actually seen Halloween but after reading James Berardinelli’s recent ReelThoughts, I may have to. Halloween has not aged in the way so many of its contemporaries have, and that’s because Carpenter’s method of storytelling … Continue reading

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