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Remember These???

Ken Gilliland

Dances with Bees
HW3D Exclusive Artist
We just rewatched "Postcards from the Edge"-- based on Carrie Fisher's book, which is rumoured to be semi-autobiographical-- though Fisher always denied it. "Postcards from the Edge" stars Meryl Streep and Shirley MacLaine.


Remember her?????? Played Margaret Anderson on Father Knows Best, and Spock's human mother in Star Trek.


I saw Close Encounters of the Third Kind, but not the others...with possibly the exception of the very last photo...but not sure. Was that from Close Encounters?



Ah... The Exorcist. It is a great horror movie, if you like horror movies. I love the line in Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) as Beetlejuice gives his qualifications: "I've seen the Exorcist 167 times and it just keeps getting funnier every time I see it." I am about the same way. My wife doesn't understand how I can laugh during horror movies. (She gets invested into the movies. I tend to see storyline, directing, acting and SFX used.)

Amityville Horror - I personally thought the book was better.

Close Encounters of the Third Kind - a good movie; more of a mystery movie not horror.