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    Tv movies

    There are a lot of tv movies out there .. but which are your favorites?

    I'm a sucker for tv movies, just wanted to see which you guys like(d)

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    Evil Roy Slade. Best western ever.

    And part three of Trilogy of Terror (original version, of course). Scariest horror ever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus;2658520;
    [And part three of Trilogy of Terror (original version, of course). Scariest horror ever.
    Ohhhh. I think I remember that one. Was that with Karen Black in the 1970's and there were all those mini-thingies running around with knives or something? I watched that as a kid (when I wasn't supposed to) and had nightmares for weeks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katydyd;2658533;
    Ohhhh. I think I remember that one. Was that with Karen Black in the 1970's and there were all those mini-thingies running around with knives or something? I watched that as a kid (when I wasn't supposed to) and had nightmares for weeks!
    It was, and it was just one mini-thingy with one big knife, and it made a disturbing clattering/chattering sound that was ever so freaky. I was terrified by that even more than I was terrified by Jaws, which made me afraid to use the toilet or take a shower for quite an unpleasant while .
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    I haven't actually seen this movie because it airs for the first time tonight!! but I am really looking forward to watching it.. It's the The Fantasia Barrino Story thats going to be on the Lifetime Movie Network tonight.... I am a huge Fantasia fan... So i can't wait...

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    I liked the M*A*S*H tv movie Goodbye Farewell Amen, and the movie that had the girl who played Erin on the Waltons. She played a good witch and the girl who played Mary on Little House played a bad witch, and Marion Ross was in it as well.

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    Do HBO movies count as TV movies? If so, Citizen X is my favorite TV movie of all time. Whenever I see Jeffrey DeMunn (he's in lots of stuff, one of those guys who's always a supporting actor and you see him everywhere) I think of his character as a serial killer, no matter what he is.

    I can't think of any network TV movies or Lifetime movies that I've enjoyed.
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    The only tv movie that I could think of is "More of Me" .. the commercial kept airing last night. Now I feel brainwashed to watch it tomorrow night at 9 +_+

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    Shogun!
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    The Stand was a great miniseries....except for the casting of Molly Ringwald as Fran. She is NOT Fran. (No, I will never get over it )

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