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Doctor Sleep is awful. Just plain awful.
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Retro Monster Toys - posted by Phil Bailey on May 26, 2010 22:13
Requiem for a Vampire - posted by Phil Bailey on February 18, 2010 18:47
The Escapees - posted by Phil Bailey on February 18, 2010 18:45
Succubus: The Demon - posted by Phil Bailey on March 20, 2009 21:41
Czech & Argentine Horrors on the way from Redemption. - posted by Phil Bailey on February 16, 2009 13:09
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