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For Blade II fans (if any)

Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 8:21pm

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Blade II fans must take a look at this! i.e. if there are any (or am I the only loon who likes that movie?)

http://hometown.aol.com/allartistries/Sub-Bladevamp.html

The best Reaper mask ever!

Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 8:25pm

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Thats cool!! I like the fist Blade better. It had a better story, and was more mysterious. This may be a stupid question but...do you own that mask?!?
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 8:33pm

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Not yet, but I will soon: I've placed an order for one biggrin
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 9:52pm

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That was a cool movie. Your not alone biggrin
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 9:55pm

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That looks so much like the masks used in the movie. Wow you could maybe do a pretty cool effect of its face opening up. It would probably take some work. You could maybe start with a still shot of the mask. Next you would photoshop it into just a regular face. Then you would do one with it slightly opened and continue on doing that until it is fully opened while slightly altering the eyes (for a cool effect) and maybe some veins popping out of the neck. Then you could take it into a morphing program and put it all together. Maybe afterwords you could speed it up and add some motion blur to the flaps. It would be alot of work but it could come out awesome.
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 10:00pm

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Sounds like a plan biggrin Unfortuantely, I don't think I'll be capable of doing something that difficult. I believe they used CG to create the mouth-splitting sequences - brilliant, IMHO! smile

Glad to see I'm not the only fan; most people think the movie stinks! cry
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 10:13pm

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What is IMHO? I found a morphing program called WinMorph. I gave it a try but could not understand most of it. I have no shots in the movie that i'm working on that need to be morphed so I'll give it another try when I have time, and maybe I'll try that thing with the mask and post it up...If I can figure it out.
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 10:14pm

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IMHO = In my humble / honest opinion biggrin
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 10:39pm

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Blade 2 was a fantastic film. The plot actually made sense this time (the plot to the first film had more holes than a vampire's neck) and the action was cooler than the first and it had Donnie Yen in it. It also ended in London, which is a better place to end it than Moscow.
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 11:14pm

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Blade II ROCKED!!!!!

moe - some of the mouth opening sequences were cg, others were sculpted puppets. e.g. : all of the maw opening sequences for Nomak were cg, but the reaper that bit Lighthammer was a puppet.

it still amazes me sometimes the things we can do with computers.

I liked the first Blade a lot, and didn't think it was worse or better than the second one. I like them each for different reasons.

two_gunned - it made sense that they ended the first one in moscow, because that's where the vamps took whistler first. or are you from london, and just love your city?
Posted: Wed, 8th Jan 2003, 11:33pm

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Great mask! Looks fantastic!

I liked the second half of the film. The first one lacked of selfironie and brightness... I could hardly see the effects sad
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 12:29am

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I love Blade 2. One of my favourite films of last year. It's a kick ass action film directed with a curiously artistic eye.

I'm a big fan of director Guillermo del Toro, despite only seeing two of his films. I highly recommend The Devil's Backbone (El Espinazo Del Diablo), which also came out last year, and is utterly superb and very, very different than Blade 2.
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 12:44am

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Moebius watch the Blade II DVD Special features. They have a documentary about how the Reapers were made from start to finish. Also, I liked Blade II I just thought that it lacked the mysterious aspect in the first Blade. But thats to be expected as it happens in alot of sequels. I just really loved the opening credits of the first Blade and there are other select spots I have a soft spot for. One of the most being after Blade lights up "Mr. Crispy" and he walks away from the club with his trenchcoat waving in the wind. It was such a comicbook image and afterall Blade was a comicbook.
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 12:56am

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I would say that Blade 2 was far more of a comic book film than Blade 1.

Thing I like about Blade 2 is that pretty much everything in it is judged perfectly - you know it's exactly what Del Toro wanted. Blade 1, on the other hand, is generally cool but is a bit of a mess in places.

However, whether you like Blade 2 or not, the DVD is a must-buy for anybody interested in filmmaking. It's one of the best discs I have after the 4-disc Fellowship of the Ring set.
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 5:18am

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I didn't expect there to be such a huge response biggrin I'm delighted to know that so many of you like Blade II; so far, all I've heard regarding the movie has been extremely negative.

Ok, I'll try to get the DVD, although it'll probably be censored like crazy in my country neutral
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 5:21am

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where ya from, moe?
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 5:29am

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Sunny Singapore, man lol Lightyears away from where you live!
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 5:34am

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singapore! wow! you really are way off the beaten track. I thought it was nothing but europeans and a couple of yanks here : )

what's it like there?
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 5:45am

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Alright, I guess - the word "hectic" comes to mind, but hey, ain't that the case everywhere? biggrin It's hot, very humid (ugh - although a lot of my foreign friends love it) and it's great for shopping 'cos the stores close at about 9.30pm biggrin

Best thing about Singapore is the safety: unless you go out seeking trouble, you're safe 24/7. Even sexy girls can skulk around in the middle of the night without fear (most of the time, anyway).

Worst thing, IMHO, would be the tough censorship and customs laws. DVDs containing sex and gore, for example, seldom make it to our shores. When they do, they're usually santised versions, censored to the core. Bummer. Make that super bummer. Ordering online won't do any good either, 'cos if the customs staff find out that DVDs are in the postal package, they'll take 'em out for testing, and if found 'questionable', they'll confiscate 'em without so much as a second thought.

Another thing I dislike is the unavailability of special effects materials: you won't believe how difficult it is to find simple items like latex, plaster and paint equipment e.g respirators. unsure
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 5:49am

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what region dvd is singapore?

I wonder if I could get the dvd, remove them from the case(it's a two disc set), and then mix 'em up with a bunch of kids songs music cds, or something, then mail it to you. do you think that would work? or would customs confiscate your childrens music as well?
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 6:06am

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Ice_Man,

Wow! That's pretty nice of you, dude biggrin Singapore's Region Coding is 3, but stores usually bring in Region 1 DVDs for 'clean' titles as well. I always go for Region 1s over 3s, 'cos it's the same as those sold in the U.S and Canada.

I'll let you know whether Blade II is available here or not; if it isn't, perhaps I could PM you and work something out smile Thanks again, man!
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 6:11am

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hey, no problem man!

for a friend, it's worth it to see the awesome features on the dvd! that helped me out a lot in my computer generated effects, and I hope it can help you too!

yeah, let me know if it's one you can get. : )
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 2:03pm

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"it made sense that they ended the first one in moscow, because that's where the vamps took whistler first. or are you from london, and just love your city?"

I know it made sense to take the film there. But like you say I'm from Britain. So I feel the need to say that it's a better place to end up. smile
Posted: Thu, 9th Jan 2003, 4:00pm

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Ice_Man wrote:

hey, no problem man!

for a friend, it's worth it to see the awesome features on the dvd! that helped me out a lot in my computer generated effects, and I hope it can help you too!

yeah, let me know if it's one you can get. : )
Hmm, tried a store today and they didn't have it. I'll keep looking, though biggrin
Posted: Tue, 14th Jan 2003, 3:11pm

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Now there's a thing ..just bought the DVD today and will watch it this evening.....I loved Blade 1.I shall report back cos I know u all hang on my every word....coff!

BTW "moe" if u want anything posting in any "form" don't hesitate to ask... it'll be no problemo to assist if I can.

O'l Dav.
Posted: Tue, 14th Jan 2003, 3:30pm

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I have watched that film so many times now. It is a superb film.

Oh, and fantastic mask smile
Posted: Tue, 14th Jan 2003, 3:58pm

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davlin wrote:

Now there's a thing ..just bought the DVD today and will watch it this evening.....I loved Blade 1.I shall report back cos I know u all hang on my every word....coff!

BTW "moe" if u want anything posting in any "form" don't hesitate to ask... it'll be no problemo to assist if I can.

O'l Dav.
Thanks, ol' Dav biggrin Waiting for your review! Btw, I don't think the DVD is available here sad Must be because of the gore and vulgar language confused
Posted: Tue, 14th Jan 2003, 4:03pm

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moe...quote

Waiting for your review! Btw, I don't think the DVD is available here Must be because of the gore and vulgar language

Do u mean just like the average post on Alams forum.

O'l Dav
Posted: Tue, 14th Jan 2003, 4:05pm

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lol
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 8:23pm

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Now I understand the avatar" moe".....well BLADE 2 was a trip and a half...classy almost non-stop action...brilliant sound dts....superior to original and yes more "comic strip"....absolutely great fun...loved it.

O'l Dav
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 8:54pm

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Glad you enjoyed the film, Ol' Dav! Yeah, I'm so taken by the character design of the Reapers that I've changed all my forum avatars (not just the AlamDV one) to an image from the best scene in the movie biggrin

Btw, here's a link to more pics (taken by a customer) of the Reaper mask I ordered: WOW!


http://www.angelfire.com/clone/otherhorror/

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Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:00pm

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so moe, you want I should send you Blade II, or what?
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:00pm

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How comes at the end of all the Blade films he never wears his bad ass coat. He uses it at the beginning but never at the end. Sunglasses fine, but the bad muthafucka coat no.

I think the bit when he's setting off looking for Kris Kristofferson's character is the best bit.

Incidentally why would a vampire have fillings? (See inside the mouth of "Priest" after he's been bitten. Surely a vampire doesn't have to go to the dentist smile ).
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:02pm

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Wow 2 posts at exactly the same time. That's a first.
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:02pm

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Ice_Man wrote:

so moe, you want I should send you Blade II, or what?
Real tempted, man biggrin Ol' Dav has been tempting me as well lol How do you propose we go about it, dude?
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:02pm

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maybe he was sucking a little too much blood, and it rotted his teeth.

that, or the actor just didn't brush well enough when he was a child ; )


as for the coat. you're right, it's totally bad! but I imagine it's not that easy to fight in. especially someone as tough as the "boss" (nomak, frost)

I mean, the coat is wicked cool, but not very practical for combat purposes. It probably got hot as hell in all that leather for Wesley Snipes, too.
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:04pm

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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

Wow 2 posts at exactly the same time. That's a first.
Twice in a row! Is that a record?
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:04pm

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you pm me with your mailing address, country code and everything (or whatever you need to ship overseas.

I get the Blade 2 dvd for you, along with a bunch of disney sing - along cds.

I mix the two dvd's inside the disney sing along cases, and mail the whole lot to you.
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:05pm

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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

Incidentally why would a vampire have fillings? (See inside the mouth of "Priest" after he's been bitten. Surely a vampire doesn't have to go to the dentist smile ).
3 words, bud: "Suspension of disbelief" lol
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:26pm

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Maybe people have too much sugar in their blood!!! hahahahaha. Haaaa mercy.

Yeah I know all about that coat. In my latest film I wear one with black leather gloves and go flipping about and jumping off walls. It's exhausting. smile

It looks really graceful in an action scene though. And the coolness of my film outweighs the death by dehydration concerns.

I suddenly feel verryyy fainnntttt...........
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:35pm

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oh, that was priceless, two_gunned! *wipes tears from eyes*


so, when are you going to upload some of your stuff, man?! I'm dying to see something from ya!

drink water! drink!
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 9:46pm

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At this very moment I'm talking to one of the stars of the film, and everyone's getting real excited about it. Hopefully everyone else involved will get quite excited about it soon. So we'll get on with it.

My cams in for repairs though. Damn.

The star is still not fully better. However I've had a chat with him earlier today (my day off is the time when I produce everything) we think soon, april/may is when we should finish my 1 hour 10 minute film. Although I've got some crappy short films we made over a year ago I could upload soon.

Glad to hear you like the sound of it.

We'll try not to dissapoint.
Posted: Thu, 16th Jan 2003, 10:45pm

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If there's anything that I learned after filming on a greenscreen for a couple of hours under hot auditorium lights, in a black leather jacket, and my face wrapped in bandages, it's that you need to drink lots of water.
Posted: Fri, 17th Jan 2003, 12:20am

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I can imagine.

wait a minute, why were you wearing bandages?




p.s. sidewinder, you wouldn't happen to know where I can get about 600 megs of webspace for about two days would ya? you know why. . .
Posted: Fri, 17th Jan 2003, 4:12pm

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This might be a bit late, but hey. 1 reason why the priest vampire had fillings was because he wasn't a birth vampire and therefore any injury he had prior to becoming a vampire wouldn't heal. Unless he was a birth vampire then that reason is shot out of the window.
2nd reason. He's not a real vampire, he's just an actor in a film.
Blade 2 does indeed rock. Great special features too. New line make the best DVD's. Blade 1 is also a fantastic DVD.
Posted: Fri, 17th Jan 2003, 4:29pm

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Here's a new mask from the same dude: man, he rocks! eek

Now excuse me while I search the floor for my eyeballs...

Here's the link! http://hometown.aol.com/allartistries/Sub-Orc.html

LOTR fans, rejoice! Here's a sample:

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Hi "moe" just bin on de udder site B2...CRIKEY wot a mask
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The fillings vampire says that line "half of these bastards aren't even pure bloods" implying he's pureblood. However I've also seen someone who looks just like him in another film, I've also seen Blade in a film called "Passenger 57" and snowman did loads of martial arts films and Asad was in a british sitcom. Leading me to believe they might be actors. smile
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I like Masks.

smile
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er-no wrote:

I like Masks.

smile
You do? I have an exhaustive list of mask-related links lol Here are a few neat ones:

http://hometown.aol.com/allartistries/

http://www.bumpinthenightproductions.com/

http://www.darksidestudio.net/

http://www.deathstudios.com/

http://home.flash.net/~monsters/catalog.html

http://members.tripod.com/bohred/

http://www.thehma.net/index3.htm

http://www.papertarget.net/killermasks/

http://www.latexmaskcentral.com/

http://lubattidesigns.com/

http://www.maskworldnews.com/

http://www.monster-mayhem.com/

http://www.nfxstudios.net/

http://www.nightowlpro.com/

http://www.geocities.com/cropsymask/

http://www.twistedtoybox.net/
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Since we're on the topic of masks and props, here are a couple of incredible pieces that are going on sale by a cool dude called William Ritter, who works in the FX industry. Just thought I'd help spread the word biggrin . He says:

"HELLO..I AM PARTING WITH A FEW ITEMS TO FUND A NEW PROJECT...I AM SELLING THE EXCORCIST BUST SEEN IN THE (Monster Lab) GALLERY SECTION...A LIFESIZE MARS ATTTACKS BUST AND A LOST BOYS VAMPIRE DISPLAY FACE...PLEASE E-MAIL ME FOR DETAILS AND PRICING...THANKS........ 9455RITTER@MSN.COM "


Here are a couple of pictures to whet your appetites, posted with permission of course!













Really beautiful pieces, IMHO...
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Here's another shot of the amazing Linda Blair piece!

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*flies back of chair*

*gets cushion and covers face*

*goes and hides under bed and starts to cry*

cry Those are bloody disgusting. Urgh.
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er-no wrote:

*flies back of chair*

*gets cushion and covers face*

*goes and hides under bed and starts to cry*

cry Those are bloody disgusting. Urgh.
I think your reaction is the best compliment a prop-maker could ever have! biggrin
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I am getting into prop making.

This week I am trying to construct a futuristic looking gun.

Somehow though a broken matchstick didn't quite look the part.

Off to buy metal sheets during the week. smile
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Keep us posted on your progress... i.e. if you were serious razz
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moebius wrote:

Keep us posted on your progress... i.e. if you were serious razz
I was serious. smile I will take photos and everything.

Should be cool. Hopefully it will help people on here as well.
Posted: Wed, 19th Feb 2003, 9:20am

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I just received my Reaper mask today, and I couldn't be more pleased! biggrin Here are a couple of poor quality vidcaps:



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nice, looks very nice. . .
is it really a mask, or is a sculpted head? can you put it on, or does it sit on the shelf?

say, that reminds me. . . have you gotten Blade 2 yet? it should have been there by now
Posted: Wed, 19th Feb 2003, 5:32pm

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Hi Ice! Thanks for the comments on the Reaper biggrin At the moment it's more of a sculpted head than a mask, but I made sure to order it hollow (as opposed to foam-filled) so that I can eventually make it wearable by cutting out eye holes and making a slit in the back smile A precarious task indeed, but hey, somebody's gotta to it! lol

Nope, it hasn't arrived yet, bro: I was waiting for it to arrive before dropping ya a note, but nope, no sign of it yet unfortunately... I'll keep waiting though! biggrin
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Halloween was a few months ago dude!

rolleyes lol

Thats a superb mask though if you can get it hollowed!

Sweet!
Posted: Wed, 19th Feb 2003, 7:03pm

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moebius

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Everyday is Halloween to me! lol

It's hollow, all I have to do is cut a slit up the back, and it'll be wearable - I hope! biggrin
Posted: Wed, 19th Feb 2003, 8:10pm

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turbanator

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Every Day is halloween - Minestry

Cool Song, got an phatt azz 80s beet and techno vocals.

You reminded me about it so i thoght ide givit a mention. rolleyes
Posted: Wed, 19th Feb 2003, 10:59pm

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Two Gunned Saint

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As scary as it may seem I actually know someone who looks like that mask.
Posted: Thu, 20th Feb 2003, 4:26am

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moebius

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Two_Gunned saint wrote:

As scary as it may seem I actually know someone who looks like that mask.
Does your friend go by the name "Nosferatu" by any chance? lol
Posted: Sat, 22nd Feb 2003, 6:42pm

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Two Gunned Saint

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I see you've met.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Feb 2003, 7:33pm

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Ice_Man wrote:

what region dvd is singapore?

I wonder if I could get the dvd, remove them from the case(it's a two disc set), and then mix 'em up with a bunch of kids songs music cds, or something, then mail it to you. do you think that would work?
I dunno.

I mean, we all know how much those singaporean custom officers like a good old disney sing-a-long.
Posted: Sun, 23rd Feb 2003, 11:45pm

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Fight wrote:

Ice_Man wrote:

what region dvd is singapore?

I wonder if I could get the dvd, remove them from the case(it's a two disc set), and then mix 'em up with a bunch of kids songs music cds, or something, then mail it to you. do you think that would work?
I dunno.

I mean, we all know how much those singaporean custom officers like a good old disney sing-a-long.
lol

This must be true, 'cos the discs haven't arrived yet! evil