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What's with the last scene after the credits... a ...

2008-12-09T08:38:00.000-05:00

What's with the last scene after the credits... a flashback to the Son's clothes hanging on a tricycle and the phone ringing?



We watched Bug last night...ewwww!It creeped us bo...

2008-01-20T21:34:00.000-05:00

We watched Bug last night...ewwww!
It creeped us both out so badly! The tooth scene was over the top!



It was an excellent production. Actors are so brav...

2008-01-20T17:50:00.000-05:00

It was an excellent production. Actors are so brave, I think. Sometimes I wish I could write a straight forward thriller like that!

I may see the film now that you've sat through it. Dunno....hmmmm.....

Glad we are occasionally mind-melding!



JDE,Hey my friend! I wasn't able to catch it when...

2008-01-20T10:52:00.000-05:00

JDE,
Hey my friend! I wasn't able to catch it when it was off broadway - and I am really mad now. I bet it was a great thing to experience in person. I actually was thinking of you when I watched the film. As a playwright, I wondered if you saw it. Amazing how minds work sometimes.

~Deb



Hey, my friend, I can't believe you watched the mo...

2008-01-18T15:47:00.000-05:00

Hey, my friend, I can't believe you watched the movie! I saw the stage version of this when it played Off-Broadway, and it was chilling enough for me as a play. I decided it would be too scary as a movie. Ah, brave you are. As so frequently, though, you raise fascinating, uh...hmmm, food for thought.
Cheers,
J.D.



Dear Traci,I am alwasy mindful of what I write or...

2008-01-17T20:42:00.000-05:00

Dear Traci,
I am alwasy mindful of what I write or recommend.

Dear ~Deb,
YEs, cults too.

Dear JAde,
Hope things are good for you as well.

Dear Barbara K.
LOVE LOVE LOVE your comment!!!!!!


Dear Wendy,
I liked it and thought it was psychologically frightening.

Dear STag,
You are right-on.

Dear Raine,
There is a backstory of child that is kidnapped, just so you know.

Dear Mysti,
There are certain movies and books and art that I cannot experience. This, however, was something that I could take in. It is so important that we know ourselves and what will trigger us. Life is hard enough withouth walking into something you could have avoided.

Dear United,
I didn't really love Arachnaphobia. But then again, I don't like spiders at all.

Dear BB,
I can always count on you to add a great thinking question to the mix. You are onto something about that, I believe.

Dear Barbara,
It was like a tidal wave once one of the characters (I won't name who incase some are reading this) fell into the experience.

Dear Clare,
Oh yeah, that's right. I loved that show !!!!!

Dear Fallen,
I always heed such warnings too. Last thing I need is a trigger to make things harder. I should have never seen the movie "Sophie's Choice". I was told by a close friend that he thought it would be too much for me, but I didn't listen. I saw it back when it opened years ago, and it still haunts me.

Dear Marj,
I think of our elder seniors living alone or isolated, and how such loneliness and helplessness make them ripe for cons. So much can happen when we are fragile - as you and many of us know.

Dear Crackerlilo,
I only know of these phrases because of the work I do. And you taught me a new phrase now!!

Dear Ms. L,
I like to think that you'd kick some serious butt and know when something isn't kosher.

Dear Anon,
Well said, different strokes. Gonna check out that link now.

Dear Therapydoc,
Yup, akin to that.

Dear Heiress,
I hear you. That's why I always put a trigger alert in if the material seems cautionary.

Dear Dragon,
Sorry this is happeneing. Sounds awful.

Dear KAwana,
When you are feeling better, you may want to check it out.

Dear If-ever,
Thanks for stopping by.

~Deb



This is wonderful...

2008-01-17T18:59:00.000-05:00

This is wonderful...



Great Post Deb ;-)

2008-01-17T17:09:00.000-05:00

Great Post Deb ;-)



Hi Dr. Deb;(NOW that is a movie I want to see) - a...

2008-01-17T14:59:00.000-05:00

Hi Dr. Deb;
(NOW that is a movie I want to see) - and how timely your Post is; I am observing this phenomen first hand, although I can't say that we are ALL going crazy. I certainly FEEL like I am. Since September I have been having the most horrendous experience at school. It is bad enough that I am coping with a steep learning curve (and I know that I am not exactly stupid, having achieved "A"s and "B"s in University level courses) but I am being subjected to bullying, harressment and humiliation by our two Instructors. What I have noticed is a slow degineration of student confidence. Notable, yesterday, I listened and watched as a formerly strong and confident young woman approached the teacher nervously, and using her "little girl voice" asked the teacher a question. The one instructor directs her harrassment to me only, the other one does not discriminate, but what I have observed is how different they are now as opposed to the first week of class where we all chatted freely and asked questions. Now, when we ask questions we are tentative, we seldom talk amongst ourselves, and listening to grown woman talk in these little girl voices!!!! They see me being harrassed and they behave in a way that will keep that from happening to them. I don't know if the instructors are aware of the affect they are having on us,; sometimes I think that on an unconscious level they must know (????)- I will be so glad when this class is over next month!



i fall under the scary & disturbing category for t...

2008-01-17T10:20:00.000-05:00

i fall under the scary & disturbing category for the trigger alert, but i'm sure it's interesting and informative. i just want to be able to sleep peaceably, and if i watch it, i won't.



It's similar to group think, right?

2008-01-17T09:18:00.000-05:00

It's similar to group think, right?



sorry, had to break the link up.http://news.yahoo....

2008-01-16T20:10:00.000-05:00

sorry, had to break the link up.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080116/
ap_on_he_me/morgellons_cdc_3



Honestly, the movie wasn't that fascinating. I got...

2008-01-16T20:07:00.000-05:00

Honestly, the movie wasn't that fascinating. I got it but I wasn't really moved by it. I felt it was a bit overdone. It was like a car accident, hard to turn away. Different strokes I guess.

But this is from today's headlines and it is interesting.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080116/ap_on_he_me/morgellons_cdc_3



Oooh that sounds good!I love movies that help a pe...

2008-01-16T19:03:00.000-05:00

Oooh that sounds good!
I love movies that help a person gain better insight like that.

I've always wondered about myself. Would I follow along with the others or not?? I like to think not but who can really say?



I've heard my relationship described as a "folie a...

2008-01-16T13:07:00.000-05:00

I've heard my relationship described as a "folie a deux"...

Seriously, I never read that phrase "folie a plusiers" before, so thanks for sharing it. This is my second cool foreign phrase I learned today! (The first is the German "Eisbar-baby", or "polar bear cub.")



I'm sure I won't see the movie, but this is a very...

2008-01-16T12:31:00.000-05:00

I'm sure I won't see the movie, but this is a very interesting thing for me to think about. I can see how "helplessness, fragility and loss of self" would leave the door wide open.



I think I'll heed the trigger warning...I've not d...

2008-01-16T08:23:00.000-05:00

I think I'll heed the trigger warning...I've not done that in the past and it was definitely a mistake!



There was actually an episode of The X-Files entit...

2008-01-15T18:16:00.000-05:00

There was actually an episode of The X-Files entitled Folie A Deux in the fifth season that dealt with the phenomenon. It was fascinating.



Yes, when I saw the movie I too pondered about how...

2008-01-15T14:01:00.000-05:00

Yes, when I saw the movie I too pondered about how one's vulnerabilities can render one ripe for suggestion.



I wonder if is has to do with the fact that our an...

2008-01-15T08:18:00.000-05:00

I wonder if is has to do with the fact that our ancestors were social, depending for their survival on the pack. The pack had to hunt as one, much like wolves do when they hunt.



I have a whole list of movies I want to see when m...

2008-01-15T07:17:00.000-05:00

I have a whole list of movies I want to see when my son is at my mom's or my husband and I actually get to the video store. I am a phsychological thriller junkie, though I still haven't been able to watch arachnaphobia. This movie sounds particularly interesting given my student body. I'll have to watch it, and show it to the other staff. Know any good babysitters in PA?



Sounds very interesting, and as someone who was ve...

2008-01-15T05:30:00.000-05:00

Sounds very interesting, and as someone who was very fragile, and did not believe in myself, I did tend to pick up others beliefs easy. I was also brainwashed at one point because of this very deal. I will have to see the movie. Thank you for sharing this info with all of us.



i'll have to watch it I think

2008-01-15T03:29:00.000-05:00

i'll have to watch it I think



Or have I totally missed the point here?????Grin!

2008-01-15T00:44:00.000-05:00

Or have I totally missed the point here?????

Grin!



When the Royal Canadian Mounted Police established...

2008-01-15T00:41:00.000-05:00

When the Royal Canadian Mounted Police established a profiling department, they discovered that about 10% of serial killers had a partner. Those partners tended to be of a type....shockingly enough to investigators they tended to be (and I quote) "all poodle skirted barbie dolls". It was so common that that is now considered to be a red flag in the search for serial killers.
Reference....Dark Paths, Cold Trails by Doug Clark ISBN 0-00-200078-4

I don't know if the same phenomon could be applied to large groups..."group think" is dangerous in itself...President Kennedy's advisors during the Bay of Pigs fiasco comes to mind, (though of course one wonders why the British didn't mutiny at Passchendaele or the Somme. That may have been a very intense example of group think.)

Then there is the question, which comes first, the violence in the hood or the violent music and lifestyle which make up life in the hood?