Thursday, May 03, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #5




Thirteen Movies on my shelf!

1. Pirates of the Carribean (1 & 2)

2. The Mummy

3. Phantom of the Opera

4. Dracula

5. The Crow

6. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow

7. Lost Boys

8. Underworld (1 & 2)

9. V for Vendetta

10. Nosferatu (That old black and white movie still scares the heck out of me)

11. Terminator (1 & 2)

12. Frequency

13. The Matrix

Definite theme here. LOL



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22 comments:

charleneteglia said...

Ooooh, what a great bunch of movies, NJ! I love The Mummy. Have you seen Bedazzled? I have to watch that one again, as soon as possible.

Christine said...

I love Lost Boys! Kiefer is so sexy in that movie!!

Amanda Young said...

I LOVE Frequency. I don't think it was a very big hit, but it's got a great plot. *g*

Daisy Dexter Dobbs said...

Love this list, NJ. I've seen every one of these wonderful movies except for Frequency. Don't remember hearing about that one.

N.J.Walters said...

Hey, Charli. I did see Bedazzled, but I love The Mummy more. I have the second one as well. :-) Kinda hope they do a third.

N.J.Walters said...

Lost Boys is one of those movies that I watch every year or so, usually around Halloween. It's a classic!

N.J.Walters said...

I don't think that Frequency was a huge hit either, Mandi. I love those movies that mess with time. I find them fascinating.

N.J.Walters said...

Frequency is one of those movies that messes with time, Daisy, and what happens if you change things in the past. The future also changes, and not always in a good way. It's a really great movie.

Tilly Greene said...

Oh man, Wonderworld...love that series! And Lost Boys, great list NJ, I'll bring the popcorn and koolaid next time you have a movie night :-)

Ciar Cullen said...

Oooh, I'm coming over to watch the Matrix ;o)

N.J.Walters said...

Hey, Tilly and Ciar. You're both welcome on movie night!

shelley said...

I love The Mummy. I have The Mummy Returns as well. I really must get around to watching Pirates 2 before 3 hits our screens.

N.J.Walters said...

Shelly, that's what hubby and I have been doing. We watched Spiderman 1 & 2, and now we need to watch the "Pirates" movies and Shrek. This is the summer of the sequel!

Nicole Austin said...

Great movie list! Looks a lot like my movie shelf. I need to watch Lost Boys again. Its been a long time. :D

Rhian / Crowwoman said...

okay - spooky. we have almost all the same movies on our shelves. And I only buy my favs that i'll watch over and over and OVER.

Have you seen Donnie Darko? From your list i'm betting you'd like that one too. (or was it on the list and i missed it?)

Wylie Kinson said...

Love your taste in movies! I recently saw 'V' and loved it. Still haven't seen that old Nosferatu. I must!

Rene Lyons said...

Every one of those movies rock!

N.J.Walters said...

It's good to go back and watch older movies sometimes, Nic.

I'm the same way, Rhian. I only buy movies I know I'll watch again and again. I haven't seen Donnie Darko, but I'll look for it.

V for Vendetta was a fantastic movie, Wylie. Really makes you think. And Nosferatu still scares me. LOL For the time it was made, it's an incredible film.

Thanks, Rene!

Rashenbo said...

Yup, most of those are on my wall too! I love those movies. The only one I haven't seen is V for Vendetta. I need to get that one.

Anonymous said...

GREAT LIST! I have all of them, too. Mmm, lost boys! :)

Michelle
http://michellepillow.com/authorblog/

Lauren Dane said...

Oh, I want to come and watch movies at your house, NJ! I love the Matrix and the Terminator movies too.

N.J.Walters said...

Rashenbo, V for Vendetta is very thought provoking as well as being a very cool movie.

Love those Lost Boys, Michelle!

You're welcome any time, Lauren. We don't buy many movies, just those we know we'll watch more than once.