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After waking in the middle of the night to the meow of our deceased cat, I thought that it would be a good topic to research today. I’ve heard some since passed pets in the past, like our old dog coughing, or the feeling of one of them jumping in the bed, and honestly, it’s somewhat comforting to know that they like to hang around. I just never really thought about it, until last night when I could hear the meowing so loud it woke both my husband and me up. So I decided to research a little bit today and came across this awesome article that I thought was worth a share!
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Wes Craven reportedly planned to have a stuntman play the seemingly immortal youth-hater known as Freddy Krueger, but (wisely) opted to go with an accomplished actor for the role instead. His first choice was the brilliant British character actor David Warner, who you’ll no doubt recognize from Time Bandits, Titanic, and various incarnations of Star Trek. Warner had to pass on the project, which opened the door for the truly excellent Robert Englund.”
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“THE EXORCIST WAS THE FIRST HORROR FILM TO BE NOMINATED FOR A BEST PICTURE OSCAR.
The horror genre has never gotten much love from the Academy. Though there still seems to be a bias against scary movies during awards season, The Exorcist earned 10 Oscar nominations in 1974, including a Best Supporting Actress nod for Linda Blair, who was just 15 years old at the time.”
“COUNT ORLOCK ONLY BLINKS ONCE IN NOSFERATU.”
“In the nine minutes of screen time Max Schreck has as Count Orlock in F.W. Murnau’s classic Nosferatu (1922), he blinks only one time (near the end of part one).”
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