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14 March 2005 @ 10:57 pm
*prods mouth gingerly*  
Right. So. Watched The Grudge last night--and when I say I watched it, I mean I watched up 'til the music got creepy, then dived down into the blanket and had to ask for summaries of what happened from my sister/mother who were facing the screen. ^^;;; What can I say? I'm a wimp. I freely admit it.

...Then I didn't sleep until the sun rose. Wasn't frightened per se... just... didn't sleep. o.o

Had Vietnamese noodles for dinner today which means whee--up until the point where I found out there was bits of a dishwashing sponge (the stringy green part) stuck in my mouth from eating the meat. -_-;; If I die, you'll know why.

Computer so ungodly slow. Does this stop me from downloading/burning DVDs? Hah!
Current Mood: weirdweird
Current Music: Er... the theme from... Top Gun
akradishakradish on March 16th, 2005 03:01 am (UTC)
hmm, I want to see The Ring and The Grudge and see what kind of effect it has on me, i'd like to watch them in the dark, perhaps with someone scary, watching one after the other. Hopefully it isn't playing on any irrational fears. I want something really scary.
Stephaniemirroredsakura on March 16th, 2005 05:43 am (UTC)
Hmmmmm..... Japanese horror is built around the idea of irrational fear though, because it's also built around the idea that the supernatural isn't rational or logical, so why should the fear of it be?

Don't know how you would take to them.
akradishakradish on March 17th, 2005 01:20 am (UTC)
Yeah, I fin irrational fears don't work on me that much because i'm not an irrational person, at least most of the time I'm not. Then again, when it comes to movies I tend to immerse myself into them, and I don't connect movies with my personal life when it comes ot action an horror and fantasy movies, unless it contains something I can connect, and then I tend to enjoy the movie more.