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Figure - Are You Afraid Of The Dark (Feat. Lexi Norton) (Phrenik Remix)
The video came out a little darker than usual, but we had a fabulous time tasting wines during Bacchanalia at the Napa Valley Grille in Paramus, NJ.
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Are you afraid of the dark? Well we are not!!! We dance the darkness away!!!!!!!
Opening to Are you afraid of the dark?
Are You Afraid of the Dark? revolves around a group of teenagers who refer to themselves as "The Midnight Society". Every week, at a secret location in the woods, one member would tell a scary story to the group. The themes of the stories usually revolve around a variety of paranormal phenomena such as ghosts, goblins, magic, haunted houses, magical curses, aliens, witches and the like coming into contact with normal teenagers. Sources of these tales vary in different ways; many are adaptations of fairytales, short stories and urban legends. For example, "The Tale of the Twisted Claw" is considered to be an adaptation of W.W. Jacobs' legendary short story, "The Monkey's Paw". Check Out My Channel If You want to see more full uncut Are You Afraid Of The Dark Episodes!
official music clip from terenzi
new single.. out soon! 10.10.08
Emily VanCamp in her first credited television appearance (2000). Elisha Cuthbert is also in this clip.
Part 2, DEUXIÈME PARTIE DU FILM
La plus Intense, sans contredits...
From the movie Mashups - There is nothing to fear but fear itself… that and the bloodthirsty succubus under your bed.
Featuring clips from:
Hide and Seek
Amityville 2: The Possession
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Drag Me To Hell
The Amityville Horror
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
28 Weeks Later
The Silence of the Lambs
The Dark Half
The Thin Blue Line
In Cold Blood
The Defiant Ones
Poltergeist 2: The Other Side
A Nightmare on Elm Street
Still of the Night
Hour of the Wolf
Vanishing on 7th Street
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark
What Lies Beneath
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
The Beast Within
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Jeepers Creepers 2
War of the Worlds
The Night of the Hunter
Friday the 13th
Season 1. Episode 2.
"Tale Of Laughing In The Dark"
After a clown, Zeebo, stole some charity money from the circus, he ran from authorities and hid in the funhouse. After it caught fire, killing Zeebo, it was believed that he started the fire on accident because he loved to smoke cigars. A teenager named Josh decides to prove that the funhouse isn't haunted by stealing Zeebo's nose. He learns that the story isn't fiction when Zeebo comes back to collect.
PLEASE TELL ANYONE FROM THE 90S ABOUT THIS VIDEO!!!
It's not like you could remember the original Simpsons. I am sorry but three conscious years of the 90's just wont cut it.
You can finish this [ice ice _ _ _ _ ]
You remember watching Doug, Ren & Stimpy, Pinky and the Brain, Bobby's World, snick, rockos moderrn life, angry beavers, Felix the cat, The Tick...
AAAAAAAH Real Monsters!
You've ever ended a sentence with the word "PSYCHE!"
You just cant resist finishing this . . . "Iiiiiiin west philidelphia born and raised . . ."
You remember TGIF, Step by Step, Family Matters, Dinosaurs [i'm the baby gotta love me!], and Boy Meets World.
You remember when it was actually worth getting up early
on a Saturday to watch cartoons.
You got super excited when it was Oregon Trail day in computer class at school. [omg Annie got bit by a snake]
You remember reading "Goosebumps"
You took plastic cartoon lunch boxes to school.
You still get the urge to say "NOT" after (almost) every sentence . . . not
If you remember seeing hot tub bubbles make bubbly sounds before every music video on VH1. f.y.i. that was only for "Pop Up Video"
when everything was settled by rock paper scissors..or bubble gum bubble gum in a dish...eeny meeny miney mo...and even better daddy had a donkey inky binky bonky. lol donkey died, daddy cried
You used to listen to the radio all day long just to record your FAVORITE song of ALL time.
"Where in the World is Carmen San Diego?" was both a game and a TV game show.
Captain Planet. He's a Hero. Gonna take pollution down to zero
You knew that Kimberly, the pink ranger, and Tommy, the green ranger, were meant to be together.
You remember when Super Nintendos and Sega Genisis became popular.
You always wanted to send in a tape to America's Funniest Home Videos . . . but never taped anything funny.
You remember watching Home Alone 1, 2 , and 3 . . . and tried to pull the pranks on "intruders"
You remember watching The Magic School Bus, Wishbone, and Reading Rainbow on PBS.
You remember when Yo-Yos were cool.
You remember those Where's Waldo books.
You remember eating Warheads.
You remember watching the 1st Batman, Aladdin, Ninja Turtles, and 3 Ninjas movies.
You remember Ring Pops.
You remember drinking Surge, and Tang.
If you remember when every thing was "da BOMB!"
When they made the new lunchables so that you could make pizza AND tacos.
You remember boom boxes vs. cd players
Making those little paper fortune cookie things, and then predicting your life with them.
You played and/or collected "Pogs"
You had at least one Tamagotchi, GigaPet, or Nano and brought it everywhere.
. . . Furbies. friggen scary man...
Saved By The Bell was the coolest show ever!
You haven't always had a computer, and it was cool to have the internet.
you wanted to be wolverine from x-men, the cartoon
And Windows 95 was the best.
You watched the original cartoons of Rugrats, Power Rangers, and Ninja Turtles.
Michael Jordan was a king.
YIKES pencils and erasers were the stuff!
All your school supplies were "Lisa Frank" brand.
And Dreamcast was the best.
You remember when the new Beanie Babies and Talking Elmo were always sold out.
You collected those Beanie Babies.
Mortal Kombat was awesome--the game and the movie.
Gak was the coolest stuff invented.
Lambchop's song never ended.
The old dollar bills.
Silver dollars, which were cool to have.
You collected all the Troll dolls
You had to read Weekly Reader's in class.
If you even know what an original walkman is.
You remember wanting to sit on the orange Nickelodeon couch.
You've gotten creeped out by "Are You Afraid of the Dark?"
You know the Macarena by heart.
"Talk to the hand" . . . enough said
You always said, "Then why don't you marry it!"
You remember trying to collect all 150 original pokemon cards but never could and if you did you thought you were all that!
You remember Highlight's magazine. the pencil is on the fence
You know the significance of the number 23.
You went to McDonald's to play in the playplace.
You remember playing on merry go rounds at the playground.
Before the MySpace frenzy . . .
Before the Internet & text messaging . . .
Before Sidekicks & iPods . . .
Before MIKE JONES . . .
Before PlayStation2 or X-BOX . . .
Back when you put off the 5 hours of homework you had every night.
When light up sneakers were cool.
When you rented VHS tapes, not DVDs.
When gas was $0.95 a gallon & Caller ID was a new thing.
When we recorded stuff on VCRs.
When we called the radio station to request songs to hear off of our walkmans.
When gameboy was a brick.
You did MASH to figure out your future
When you weren't cool unless you had a Starter jacket.
Before we realized all this would eventually disappear.
Who would have thought you'd miss the Good old days so much!
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A Dvd Collection update for May 13th 2008 showing the dvds Ive gotten over the last 2 weeks. In the update I talk about and give my reviews of the dvds and the movies themselves.
The Dvds I talk about and review in this update are:
- Happy Madison Productions : Strange Wilderness - Directed by Fred Wolf - Starring Steve Zahn, Allen Covert and Jonah Hill and Justin Long
- Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern: Collection 1
- Death Wish : Directed by Michael Winner - Starring Charles Bronson
- Death wish 2
- Death wish 3
- Death wish 4
- Macon County Line : Directed by Richard Compton - Starring Leif Garrett and Max Baer Jr. from The Beverly Hillbillies
- Botched : Directed by Kit Ryan - Starring Stephen Dorff
- After Dark Horrorfest 8 Films to die for: Frontière(s) (Frontières) - Directed by Xavier Gens
- Untraceable : Directed by Gregory Hoblit - Starring Diance Lane, Billy Burke and Colin Hanks
- Are you afraid of the dark season 6 with Elisha Cuthbert
- Teen Wolf : Directed by Rod Daniel - Starring Michael J. Fox and Jerry Levine and Mark Holton
- Teen Wolf Too : Directed by Christopher Leitch - Starring Jason Bateman and John Astin
- Mason Reese dvd that I got from Mason Resse at the Chiller Convention
- SciFi Ninja Theater Dvds http://www.scifininjatheater.com/
- Student Bodies : Directed by Mickey Rose
- Hamburger: The Motion Picture : Directed by Mike Marvin - Starring Leight McCloskey
- The Electric Grandmother : Directed by Noel Black - Story by Ray Bradbury - Starring Maureen Stapleton and Edward Herrmann
- Lucker the Necrophagous : Directed by Johan Vandewoestijne
- Blood Salvage : Directed by Tucker Johnston - Starring Danny Nelson, Lori Birdson and John Saxon
- The Sadness : Directed by R.F. Pangborn
- Twister : Directed by Michael Almereyda - Starring Harry Dean Stanton, Suzy Amis, Crispin Glover and Dylan McDermott
- Teeth : Directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein - Starring Jess Weixler and John Hensley
- Boardinghouse ( Code Red ) : Directed by John Wintergate
- Serial Mom : Written and Directed by John Water - Starring Kathleen Turner, Sam Waterston, Ricki lake and Matthew lillard
- Armed and Dangerous : Directed by Mark L. Lester - Based on a story by Harold Ramis - Starring John Candy and Eugene Levy
Jay was born in Ottawa and was raised by his mother in Montreal. As a kid, Jay loved scary movies, so much so that he told his mom he wanted to be the next Stephen King. Being a good mom she signed up Jay for acting classes. His first gig was on a popular teen series 'Are You Afraid of the Dark.' That led to a starring role on the YTV show 'My Hometown.' After that, it was 'Popular Mechanics for Kids' with another Canadian - Elisha Cuthbert. Then, the serious acting began. Jay landed the role of an obsessed Led Zeppelin fan in the film 'Almost Famous.' By then, Jay says he was pretty much done with acting, and was headed to film school, until he landed a role on Judd Apatow's latest TV series at the time - 'Undeclared.' Though the series on Fox was short lived, the impression Jay made on the industry wasn't. Movie roles poured in - 'Rules of Attraction', 'Million Dollar Baby', 'Knocked Up', 'Just Buried' and this past summer, 'Tropic Thunder.' These days, Jay spends his time between Montreal and L.A. His latest project is the movie 'Real Time', a comedic drama about a compulsive gambler given one hour to live by the man hired to kill him.
These commercials aired in 1993
1. TV Spot for "Tom And Jerry: The Movie"
2. Cocoa Krispies
3. ICS (With Sally Struthers)
4. Station ID
5. Cocoa Pebbles
6. Promo for "Hey Dude"
7. Wendy's Kids' Meal
8. Alvin & The Chipmunks (OMG! Another music compilation ad I subconsciously memorized in my head)
9. Promo for "What Would You Do"
10. Orange Appeal (With Michael Cage)
11. Fruit By The Foot (I preferred the taste of fruit roll-ups, but usually ate these because you got WAY more snack per pouch)
12. Golden Crisp (I liked Sugar Bear better when he beat up random animals)
13. Planter's P.B. Crisps
14. Station ID
15. 1993 Collectors Edition Playoff Cards (I didn't really collect baseball cards, but I was BIG into Marvel comic cards. I still have the entire 1993/94 Marvel Masterpiece sets in a binder)
16. Guess Who? (Game cards DO NOT actually talk)
17. Promo for "The Adventures Of Pete & Pete
18. Krystal Princesses (LSD not included)
19. Nick Videos (I still have my orange-colored "Are You Afraid Of The Dark" VHS tapes)
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