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¶ ScreenShot Quiz - I know the actor, but what the hell is this film?

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23. You Can Count no Me
26. Australia (2008)
I’m to remember every man I've seen fall into a plate of spaghetti???

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23. You Can Count ON Me
I’m to remember every man I've seen fall into a plate of spaghetti???

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It's On! But it's not 'You Can Count On Me', outdoorcats got it.

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#18 is a major work directed by Ingmar.
#43 is based on a hella influential, hella old, hella long narrative poem (sort of).
#44 - Its director was a well known FGer over at IMDb.
#46 is made by the obvious guy.
#48 is a noir.
#53 is a non-horror film directed by what is considered a horror director.
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Oh my, KoRn's "It's On!", that brings me back to my 13-year-old self. I was somewhat obsessed with those guys at that age.

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GruesomeTwosome on Jun 7 2017, 11:10:51 AM wrote:Oh my, KoRn's "It's On!", that brings me back to my 13-year-old self. I was somewhat obsessed with those guys at that age.

#44 is a
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I know the feeling.
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18 - Hour of the Wolf?
43 - Dante's Inferno?

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