"The past hold[s] the key."
Webmistress--to come soon
This is one of those horror films featuring teenagers. Tame enough for the kiddies.
"I'm George. We're in history together."
"Yeah, that's me."
"Oh, I'm sorry Ms. Gibby."
"Thank you Ms. Gibby."
"Thanks for the beer."
"Hey you were the one who just barged in screaming your head off. I was just running after you to calm you down."
"Oh ho ho! Maybe we can catch it."
"So I can feed it to my snake."
"It's not the blood and gore--it's the challenge to take something that's fake and convince people it's real."
"Don't believe everything you see."
"What the hell happened to you?"
"Forget it. I should have thought about how you would react."
"People skills were never one of my strong points."
"Wo, sorry about that. I didn't mean to scare you."
"See ya tomorrow."
"I'd rather be a psycho than a prom queen."
"You tore it!" "I should tear your whole head off." "Well, what are you waiting for?
"What's your problem, man? You know how hard that thing was to make?"
"Let me up!"
"I stayed up all night working on it. This place inspired me."
"Perfect! That's just what we need!"
"Man, it stinks in here."
"I wanted to help too. Guess I'm not such a hero afterall."
"Well, you know who Lon Chaney was?" "No." "He was one of the greatest film stars that ever lived. They used to call him 'The Man of 1000 Faces'. He's one of my idols."
"Well, he said a clown may be amusing in a circus ring, but what would be your reaction to opening your door and finding that same clown on your frontstep at midnight?" "That would be scary as hell." "It sure would."