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2017-09-02 07:56 pm (UTC)
Aw, enjoy the vampire all-nighter! And I hope you get some sleep soon (although presumably preferably not at the vampire all-nighter. Unless one of the films is duff...)
Thank you on both fronts! I suppose it's conceivable that I will faceplant during the 1958 Hammer
, since it's the one I've seen multiple times before, but I suspect Peter Cushing will keep me awake.
(I'm currently watching the BBC's 1977
, but not overnight. My brain doesn't work properly even when I do sleep...)
To be honest, I try not to watch movies overnight except in marathon contexts. I
that Dracula and Renfield.
is good to have fictional things that keep coming back to you in that way.
Yes. It means there's something about them that lasts. I've been lucky: I've never been obsessed with something that years later I looked back on and couldn't figure out what I'd been thinking. Sometimes it no longer resonated for me the same way, but that's different from a total collapse.
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