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Journal Foochar's Journal: 28 Days Later - POSIBLE SPOILERS

I just got back from seeing 28 days later, and I have to say that if you are a fan of horror this was a great movie! I thought The Ring was pretty twisted, but I have to say that I think this one will stick with me more. I can normally write off most horror stuff, just because I don't believe in it. In this case though I could see science actually doing something like this. Also, for those of you on the other side of the pond, I've heard that your DVD has an alternate ending that isn't available in the states until next week, when they are going to put it on after the credits, so warn us if you decide to talk about it.

In other movie news, I also caught Pirates of the Carribeen today and found it to be a throughly enjoyable movie. Its not particuarly thought provoking or anything, but it was fun to watch, and the effects were pretty darn sharp in my opinion.

In totally unrelated news, I helped (well actually, I did and he pretty much just watched) a friend change his car battery and managed to completely round off the bolt that goes into the positive terminal. I'd say that this is a lot worse then just chewing up the heads on some screws. Gave me an excuse to add a set of "locking pliers" (craftsman's name for Vise-Grips") to my tool collection though. Only problem is that my tool collection is getting too big for my tool box, and I don't think there are very many that are a whole lot bigger than the one I have, unless I get one of those rolling cabinets, or the top component to them. They won't fit in my car so well though, so I'm kinda stuck.

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