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Friday The 13th

Posted July 13, 2007, 2:19 p.m. by Michael

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Remember when the idea of Friday the 13th used to be scary? Maybe its because I am a grown adult, but there just does not seem to be any horror or fear of the dreaded 13th when it falls on a Friday anymore. And whatever happened to all the weird things that were supposed to happen on a day like today? I did not see one thing out of the norm today... how sad. I guess the only way to relive those dreaded days of yester-year is to watch a classic (because these modern day horror films seems to share more in common with comedies than the gory psycho-thrillers of the 70’s and 80’s) horror flick and hope than one day I will have to live through a ludicrous storyline just like that - because these normal Friday the 13ths are really boring.

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