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Featured Shop - A'dor Beauty Supplies
A'dor Beauty Supplies is run by Olivia from Rancho Cucamonga, CA. Her shop is full of lots of wonderful beauty and bath supplies.
|Creature of the Night Polish Collection $23.50|
Why did you choose to make/sell what you do?
"I wanted to sell products that would make women look and feel great without any skin irritants, unhealthy ingredients or animal byproducts. I like to think that I sell bottled self-esteem and guilt free cosmetics."
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What inspires the designs/creations you make?
"Many of my products are inspired by books, movies, TV and video games. I'm pretty obsessed with the whole supernatural genre so a lot of my products have a dark theme."
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What new designs/creations would you like to add to your shop in the future?
"I hope to sell handmade hair extensions in many colors in my shop in the future!"
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Since it's Halloween I had to asked the shops to share their favorite horror films.
"I recently saw The Possession with my mom in theaters. It was a really good movie. The only annoying part is that every time there was a suspenseful moment my mom would grab me and yell "BOO." She's super immature. Its a good thing we had the theater to ourselves."
Attack of the 31 Nights of Halloween Movie List.
Follow along with us for a month full of classic and fun spooky movies. Each night there will be a movie review of the next movie on our Halloween Movie List. Leave a comment on each post with your opinion of that movie. On the last day you will find the magic phrase you will use to unlock the entry worth 25 entries in the giveaway. You must comment on each post.
Night 2 - Final Destination
Taglines - Face Your Deepest Fears... Before They
Death Doesn't Take No For An Answer
Directed by James Wong (The-X Files and Millennium) and released on March 17, 2000 by New Line Cinema (rated R). After boarding a plane for a class trip to France Alex (Devon Sawa) has a vivid premonition that the plane is going to crash. After causing a commotion a handful of the class is taken off the plane and forced to remain behind. They watch as the plane carrying their friends and classmates explodes in mid-air. Now, one by one, death is stalking them as they desperately try to change their fate.
This is a fun movie with lots of creative death scenes. Death is a very crafty soul! Plus, I thought it had a nice amount of suspense if it's your first time watching it. The makers paid great detail to foreshadowing the deaths to come. I watched the commentary on the DVD once and it's amazing how much hidden stuff is there if you know to look for it. There is a link below in the trivia section that has lots more of those kind of things. Beware though, some have spoilers.
And, as a special treat, we get to watch Seann William Scott as Hitchcock. Such a fun actor and he's a complete goober in this film.
As many horror films do this one spawned a whole mess of sequels. Personally, I don't find any of the other films much to talk about other than to say they are kinda stinky. The one huge exception is Final Destination 2. While the overall movie is not great the opening scene is the best part of any of the movies. If you have never watched one, these movies all have big slam-bang opening scenes. The opening of number 2 is by far the best and a truly scary bit of movie watching. To not give too much away for those who have not seen it I'll just say "highway pileup". If you haven't seen it go watch at least the beginning. You won't want to drive your car again. Oh, and never ever a motorcycle! Oooh, poor motorcycle boy.
Take a look at the original trailer...
Some trivia about the movie...
1. The story was originally the concept for an abandoned The X Files television script.
2. The woman at the check-in desk at the airport tells Alex that the plane leaves at 9:25, which is the same as his birthday (25th September). When he gets on the plane he sits in seat I (which is the 9th letter of the alphabet) and the seat is in row 25.
3. When the students are boarding the airplane, Alex looks down from the jetway and sees a luggage cart with the number 666 on it.
4. Clear's cabin was also the cabin from Lake Placid.
5. The music played throughout the movie was by John Denver, a musician who died in a plane crash.
6. Alex's chicken spread was actually mushed up banana.
7. Most characters in the film have last names after directors and stars of old black and white horror films. Hitchcock, Browning, Lewton, Schreck, etc.
For more trivia that might give away plot lines but is quite interesting click here.