1980's Horror movies
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drug store

Kingston, TN

#21 Oct 1, 2011
I hate horra movies

“Ignorance, a curable disease”

Since: Apr 09

Pineville, ky

#22 Oct 1, 2011
Gothic girl wrote:
<quoted text>We've got pumpkinhead, all the hellraiser figures, the crow, jason, freddy, a singing rob zombie, an alice cooper jack in the box, a full size freddy krueger on a mannequin, darkness from legend, micheal myers, predator, robocop, eddie from iron maiden, the terminator endoskeleton and arnold, we've been collecting for years. We get most of our stuff off e-bay and at hastings in richmond. I also have a collection of the sandman/death series of figures....I love the sandman and death.
Hey ya :) There's a new place at Flea Land called Little Shop of Horrors and they have a lot of koolness :P Masks, movie posters, action figures, and other odds n ends. We go over there when we're in Corbin.
fullmetal

Barbourville, KY

#23 Oct 1, 2011
london flea land has a horror shop in their now they sell the good guy doll, tales from the crypt doll, and a bunch of other cool horror stuff

also check out youtube for the homemade bood of the dead they show you how to make your own its super easy and super sweet
Unfortunately

Cincinnati, OH

#24 Oct 2, 2011
I loved puppetmaster growing up, just couldn't remember if it was 80's or 90's. I watched all of the movies and that was the only horror series that caught my full interest as not being too cheesy and "just right.". I need to go back and watch the Chucky films now that I'm in my 30's. I was too young but I liked "bride of Chucky" when it came out. Sorry for the bad caps. I use an iPhone to post on here. Bad thing is with being back in school now I rarely catch anything now. I find I have more appreciation for some things now I didn't when I was younger, so giving it a second chance is an option!

Gothic girl, you have an excellent collection. Next time I head down from Cincy to Barbourville I'm going to have to stop in at Hastings. I've heard great things about that place and sounds like my type of place (I'm quirky;P). Where is it at?

“All around goth mommy”

Since: Jan 11

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#25 Oct 2, 2011
Unfortunately wrote:
I loved puppetmaster growing up, just couldn't remember if it was 80's or 90's. I watched all of the movies and that was the only horror series that caught my full interest as not being too cheesy and "just right.". I need to go back and watch the Chucky films now that I'm in my 30's. I was too young but I liked "bride of Chucky" when it came out. Sorry for the bad caps. I use an iPhone to post on here. Bad thing is with being back in school now I rarely catch anything now. I find I have more appreciation for some things now I didn't when I was younger, so giving it a second chance is an option!
Gothic girl, you have an excellent collection. Next time I head down from Cincy to Barbourville I'm going to have to stop in at Hastings. I've heard great things about that place and sounds like my type of place (I'm quirky;P). Where is it at?
It's in the shopping center RIGHT next to the interstate exit where hooters and liqour world is. When you get off the ramp I think you turn right...if you are coming from the north.

“All around goth mommy”

Since: Jan 11

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#26 Oct 2, 2011
The puppet master movies are classic! They even did a newer one called Puppet master Axis of Evil. I haven't watched it yet. That is one regret of my collectibles that I don't have any of the puppets...they are hard to find, and expensive.

“All around goth mommy”

Since: Jan 11

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#27 Oct 15, 2011
C:\Users\michelle\Pictures\DSC 00361.JPG This is in my toy room...

“All around goth mommy”

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#28 Oct 15, 2011
I just found out an odd thing about one of my all time faves...slaughter high. The guy who played the geek/killer committed suicide shortly after the movie was done. Really weird.

“All around goth mommy”

Since: Jan 11

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#29 Oct 15, 2011
Gothic girl wrote:
C:\Users\michelle\Pictures\DSC 00361.JPG This is in my toy room...
I guess I haven't figured out how to post pictures yet...it's supposed to be my freddy krueger mannequin.
AmIEmo

London, KY

#30 Feb 1, 2012
I LOVE Little Shop of Horrors at the Flea Land. I'd like to have everything in there. Here's their Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/shopofhorrors
Brian Danger

United States

#31 Feb 1, 2012
Cemetery man. Not quite sure if it was made in the 80's. It's one of my favorites.

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