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Desc:Too metal for 93Q
Category:Classic Movies, Horror
Tags:rip, christopher lee, Frank Sinatra
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giygusattack - 2015-06-11
Seems a fitting tribute. RIP
EvilHomer - 2015-06-11
Sort of a weird question, but do you ever think there will be a man like Sir Christopher, only for furries?

What I mean is, you know how Christopher Lee didn't start out as a metalhead, right? He only started getting into the scene in the early 00s, particularly since power metal dorks like Rhapsody loved him in LotR and worked hard to bring him into the fold. Prior to that, he'd spent a lifetime as a top-class Shakespearean-and-horror-film actor.

So might something similar happen in the decades to come, only with furries? Some famous, elderly actor, suddenly becoming enamored of the furry community, and spending his twilight years making, I don't know, giant-belly fursuit vore fetish videos or something?

We're already seeing stuff like that happen with Bronies (John De Lancie) and juggalos (Gilbert Gotfried), so what about furries? And if furries do get their own Christopher Lee, whom would would it be? (my money is on Kenneth Branagh and/or Kevin Smith) Anyway, something to think about.
duck&cover - 2015-06-11
Gary Oldman.

infinite zest - 2015-06-13
I'd say Ryan Gosling, only because of Lars and the Real Girl, a refreshingly touching look at a man who truly believes that his sex doll is real. It could've been some forgettable Adam Sandler-esque comedy in different hands, but Gosling treats the role with a gravity not seen much when the subject matter explores something that's not "normal" to the status quo.

Binro the Heretic - 2015-06-11
He's in Heaven now...scaring the shit out of everyone.
Oktay - 2015-06-11
It was probably an omen that I happened to be watching this just yesterday. I was even about to submit it.


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