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    Jean, I cannot wait to dive into your love story...

    very many years ago I even started a thread about this: ...
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    I'm curious where you were when you lost...

    I'm curious where you were when you lost interest. There were two inflection points in The Outsider novel for me. (Quick note, I'm new to the forum, and WAY too lazy to figure out the "SPOILER"...
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    Totally agree on the dragging part. Granted,...

    Totally agree on the dragging part. Granted, this wasn't my favorite SK book, but this show is slooooow. As for Holly, I'm not a huge fan of this version. They've made her an eccentric genius...
  4. Poll: I hear all you Rambo/Vietnam fans out there, but...

    I hear all you Rambo/Vietnam fans out there, but Gremlins is a top 10 1980s flick. Maybe top 5. Perfect mix of comedy and scary ass puppets.
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    This has nothing to do with the thread, but this...

    This has nothing to do with the thread, but this is the first time I've stumbled across your handle, GirlySteveDave, and I'm super excited to have found another King/Dark Tower/Kevin Smith fan!...
  6. I remember reading the original Gunslinger the...

    I remember reading the original Gunslinger the first couple of times through the series, then at some point picked up the revised, illustrated hardback. The first time I read the revised version...
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    Wizard and Glass is my favorite book in the DT...

    Wizard and Glass is my favorite book in the DT series. The love story between Roland and Susan is just a beautiful read, and the details given to Mejis are breathtaking. The geography, the...
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    Hahaha, I didn't intend to sound so negative. I...

    Hahaha, I didn't intend to sound so negative. I just reread it and...yeah...my bad. :redface:

    Wizard and Glass has always resonated with me. The back story has so much rich detail, and gives...
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    Apparently I'm nearly 7 years late to this...

    Apparently I'm nearly 7 years late to this conversation, but this type of thread is exactly why I joined this forum, so I'm going to share my opinion. If no one sees it or agrees or refutes, fuck...
  10. Poll: The Lost Boys all day every day...no close...

    The Lost Boys all day every day...no close second...
  11. Poll: Last Crusade followed closely by Terminator and...

    Last Crusade followed closely by Terminator and Arnold's muscle-bound buttocks...
  12. Poll: Still don't think I can officially vote, but...

    Still don't think I can officially vote, but Poltergeist and Neverending Story win this round by a vote of infinity to none...
  13. Poll: Seems like I'm not allowed to vote on these yet,...

    Seems like I'm not allowed to vote on these yet, but I say Labyrinth #1 by a fucking mile, Spinal Tap a distant second, and Dirty Dancing third if you force me to pick a bronze...
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    Sticky: Took the kids to Frozen 2 the other day. Does...

    Took the kids to Frozen 2 the other day. Does that count? It was, um, okay...
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    Agree with CyberGhostFace. I also follow SK on...

    Agree with CyberGhostFace. I also follow SK on the twitters, and while I was shocked at his initial statement, the clarification...well...clarified things. Surprise, surprise, he had some nuanced...
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    Sticky: How did you discover the Dark Tower? I first...

    How did you discover the Dark Tower? I first started reading Stephen King when I was 9 or 10. Eyes of the Dragon, Cycle of the Werewolf, and a couple others that my parents thought were okay for a...
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