These are a classic group of horror films made by the British studio Hammer Films between the 1950's and 1970's.
Dracula, Frankenstein, Jekyll and Hyde plus Quatermass were all produced under the studio. These films are still show on TV and have a cult following. Low on budget, but big on scares. They relied on suspense often – and very effectively at that.
Peter Cushing (Grand Moff Tarkin in Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope) featured in many of the best pieces.
Hammer Horror is also a term used to describe the worst of the worst of British women, particularly those seen with too few clothes on in seaside resorts.
Quirky British songstress Kate Bush recorded a song called Hammer Horror which can be found on her excellent album ‘Lionheart.’
"I was sitting on the beach at Blackpool and this 14 stone Hammer Horror started giving me the come on! I'd have rather slept with one of the donkeys giving rides."
It started long ago in a Newgrounds topic and now lived on as a cult NG classic. Some idiot made a joke topic about Operation, called "IS IT WATER ON THE KNEE?"
The author's first post was "A WHOLE BUCKET SEE!" and he left a tiled pic of a mustacioed man with a helmet. The first non-author post was "Hahaha, ha."
Someone quoted that post and said it again. This forced a long chain of Hahaha, ha.'s. They started posting funny, strange pics after saying it.
The madness went on for three whole pages until the mod Redcircle locked the topic, saying "Hahaha, ha."
Many NGers jokingly fight for the unlocking of the topic, and lived in NG today. Many users try to start it up again, but get ban threats.
At 3:05 AM Sheck said:
: Hahaha, ha.
A positively ill classic hippy flower geezer icon. The founder of Camp Winnarainbow along with his wife, Jahanarah. If I wrote Wavy Gravy a theme song, it would be something like this:
He's such a hippy
I wish he lived near me
Because we'd start a cult.
That cult would love peace
And would also love peanuts
Because peanuts are delicious
And peace tastes pretty good.
Wavy Gravy was the emcee at Woodstock, and has amazing life stories that can be found in his book (which can prolly be purchased at Border's or something). He has met many a friend, made no enemies, and seems to have no regrets in his life.
Rock on, you crazy beatnik.
Quentin Tarantino's outstanding directorial debut. Though made notorious for its infamous "torture" scene and its violence, the film demonstrates, for the first time, Tarantino's talent for dialect and love of pop culture references.
Also features one of the best American accents by a non-American actor i.e. Tim Roth as Mr. Orange.
Awesome soundtrack to boot.
Reservoir Dogs is a quintessential American film. A modern classic and cult favorite.
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As in the cult TV classic Twin Peaks, by David Lynch, FBI Special Agent Cooper's description of his favorite drink.
Pete Martell: "How do you like your coffee?"
Special Agent Cooper: "Blacker than midnight on a moonless night."
Pete Martell: "...pretty black."
Special Agent Cooper: "MMM, that's damn fine coffee!"
Reference to the sensual, frequent "high-fives" between Magenta and Riff Raff in the classic cult film Rocky Horror Picture Show.
After releasing Rocky from captivity, Magenta and Riff Raff elbow fucked in celebration.
The XM is a large car built by French manufacturer PSA Peugeot Citroen between 1989 and 2000.more...
The XM is regarded as an excellent car by enthusiasts, who relish it's rock bottom second hand values, and enjoy equipment and trim levels similar, or even superior to that of other luxury cars such as BMWs and Mercedes.
Universally and somewhat undeservedly feared by the non-initiated public, and Citroen dealers alike. Not a car for the faint hearted, or those afraid to get their hands dirty. That said, most the stories about the car's legendary complexity are easily dispelled with a little research / advice from fellow owners. It's actually not that hard to understand (nor that unreliable) when you see how it's supposed to work.
In spite of this, mechanics at service departments cower in fear when an XM pulls up outside. The Citroen dealer network's knowledge of the car in some markets, particularly the UK and Ireland, is utterly abysmal.
Perhaps this is due in part to the low sales of XM's in these markets, meaning that they have little / no experience of the car. Indeed, some of the younger service technicians profess to never having seen one.
As a result of this, rare is the XM enthusiast who would trust a main dealer to go anywhere near his beloved car. Most owners tend t...