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Monday 12/29/2008 at 11:04 PM | 29893
Someone had suggested in the Entertainment forum a board related to muc, which got me thinking: nce horror isn't excluvely related to film, what about a section for horror literature? Also, some posts for creating props had me thinking a board for real-life applications of what horror films embody - the make up, the masks, appliances, props, etc, - would be pretty cool, both for people to post instructions or just ask for critiques on work they had done.
Annnyway. My two cents.
Friday 8/05/2011 at 09:43 PM | 80091
The Horrorbid clasfied isn't a bad idea but it's alittle annoying to post things nce rules aren't listed and moderators don't seem to know either, or they aren't constant.
I also think the forum catagories could be consolidated into related cataegories to streamline things. Horror talk/slasher talk in one catagory, film movie reviews/dvd/trailers in another. Just a thought to make it less confung.
Sunday 11/27/2011 at 03:43 AM | 87566