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- A terrifying or very unpleasant experience or prospect
- A frightening or unpleasant dream
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- A person, thing, or situation that is very difficult to deal with
- Nightmares is a 1983 film with four tales of horror, starring Emilio Estevez and Lance Henriksen. The film is directed by T.V. veteran Joseph Sargent and began as a television project of four horror stories. The results were deemed too strong for the small screen.
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- "See You" is the seventh single by melody. under the Toy's Factory label released February 15, 2006. It was produced by Taku Takahashi of M-Flo. The single stayed on the Oricon for 5 weeks and peaked at number 19. To date, the single has sold 13,070 copies.
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There's a Nightmare in My Closet
is missing and the doesn't see him anywhere. Can the and his find their new friend? Mercer Mayer's classic wordless tales of a boy and his animal pals are now available in attractive, low-priced hardcover editions. These delightfully funny books follow a young boy as he romps through the woods, making mischief and new friends along the way. This series launched Mercer Mayer's distinguished career over twenty-five years ago, and is just as fresh and appealing today. Mercer Mayer is considered one of the creators of the wordless picture book from. A Boy, a Dog and a Frog was his very first published book. Since then he has gone on to create the classic There's a Nightmare in My Closet, the wildly popular Little Critter series, and many more beloved books for children.
My nerdy Nightmare/Dream
Yes, you may have guessed by the title. This is a nightmare for me, BUT it’s also a dream, because everything you see on this picture, is everything I MUST gather before the end of July 2011. Ok, so I’m insane! Yes, I know, even I think that this is ridiculously nerdy and sad of me doing, but in my defence, I am REALY BOARD at the moment, I mean REALY BOARD!!!! I have only just watched Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. Hmmmmm, well, as a hardcore fan, I have to love it and I did, but I know there were some things that could have certainly been improved. So that really was my trigger for doing something like this. So about the stuff, *NOW I WARN YOU* if you don’t like technical information and computers, then look away now, because this will really bore the crap out of you, ok. Right, moving on... I had a talk with my good friend Tictic, a few months ago about buying this really awesome HP laptop for about ?1500, and it was to die for. But, because I’m so darn materialistic, I just have to have more and more and more. Now I fell in love with the IMac, because, it’s the whole computer within the monitor, and all you need other than that, is a mouse and keyboard. This is soooo nice, because I hate having wires everywhere: wires for the mouse, keyboard, monitor, modem, speakers, printers and most probably a whole load of other crap. And when I found out about the IMac, at college, I had to have one. So what IMac, shall I have??? Here is a list of what my perfect IMac has to be like: 27 Inch. Yes you read correctly............27 inches (2560 x 1440).
3.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo Edit 2.8GHz Quad-Core Intel Core i7 16GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 4x4GB 2TB Serial ATA Drive ATI Radeon HD 4850 512MB AppleCare Protection Plan for iMac 3 years. So that’s the IMac that I desperately want. Now onto the MacBook Pro: 13 inch resolution 8GB 1066MHz DDR3 SDRAM - 2x4GB 256GB solid-state drive Of course these are just the computers. Both will most probably MAC OSX Snow leopard, but knowing the fast evolution of computers these days, there will probably be a better version by the time I have the money. Now, obviously, just like everyone here, I still love the Sims 2, but I don’t love it enough to buy all of them again in Mac format, so I thought I’d just buy a Windows 7 CD along with a parallels software so I can play not only Sims 2 but all the other PC games I own. Doing it this way will most probably be cheaper anyway. I also really want to see what windows 7 is like. The printer is by HP is just beautiful and wireless, plus it’s touch screen so all the more reason to buy it, LOL. Intuous 4 medium drawing tablet, as my poor little sad, small bamboo fun died on me. Camera, I’m not entirely sure which one yet, but I’m sure I want a Canon worth over ?600, along with a lens which is just as expensive. As I’m a student, I get a HUGE discount on software If I buy from apple, so I can get a student version of CS4 for about ?100, please don’t start lecturing me about getting it illegally or from some strange dodgy website, because I really won’t. Obviously, I need Microsoft office, so that slots into this whole thing, and the games pretty much speak for the, selves. I want them. Lol Well, I have about a year to get all this, I now have to beg my work for more hours. You're probably wondering...WHY do I want all this. Well to be honest, I'm taking a gap year before I go to Uni. And to be honest, It would just be nice to have it all for when I go.
Nightmares were more common when I was younger, 10 years and younger. I would wake up frightened, I remember, for any one of several nightmares, a couple of which I can recall. But since then, I've only ever had one real nightmare: It was in Jordan 6 or 7 years ago. I was alone in a 3 story villa, it was an attempt to escape from family and friends to sort myself out a little over two weeks when I felt like I was losing control of everything. In the nightmare I was walking in the streets of a random place, meeting people who were in need and seeing rundown homes. I was "magically" fixing the houses, helping the people, finding a couple's child, etc. I then found a house I liked and decided I wanted to fix it up for myself. As I approached the house there was a dog there. A black rabid dog, growling and baring its fangs at me. I yelled back at it in an attempt to scare it off, but that only pissed it off more. So I shot at it with a gun, deliberately trying to miss it, just to scare it off. With bullets flying at it, the dog tried to dodge them and one ended up hitting her (it was a female dog, I knew it somehow.) I felt terrible, but it didn't seem hurt by the bullet. It just became more aggravated and pissed off. It got larger and then began chasing after me, I started to run away full of remorse. Eventually the dog caught up with me and took a huge bite into my leg. I started yelling at it to stop, and it kept biting into my body more and more, reaching to grab a part of my torso from the back and tearing a chunk of my body out... ... I woke up screaming in the middle of the night, alone in an empty house, my heart beating out of my chest.
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Fans of the Tales from the Crypt series and The Twilight Zone should appreciate this early-Eighties anthology of horror tales. "Terror in Topanga" is the tale of a woman terrorized by a maniac when she just has to make a trip to the store for some cigarettes. "The Bishop of Battle" is notable for a very young Emilio Estevez as a teen whose obsession with video games gets the better of him. There's a definite nostalgia factor as he hustles other kids for money on the Paleozoic-era arcade games (listening to punk rock like Black Flag and Fear on an early-model Walkman the whole time). Perhaps the strongest segment involves B-movie stalwart Lance Henriksen as a priest who gives up the clergy and leaves his parish. While traveling across the desert, the hapless padre is pursued by a mysterious black Chevrolet pickup that systematically demolishes his car (shades of Spielberg's Duel). "Night of the Rat," rounding out the quartet, is just that; the story of a family who has a problem with a really big rat. While this little collection of tales tends to telegraph its punchlines well in advance, it still offers up a satisfying chill or two by way of its pacing and suspense, and with a bit more gore than the usual made-for-cable fare. --Jerry Renshaw