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Scary Movie Bracket: The Mummy vs. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Here at the Fort we love sports, March Madness and scary movies. Play along with us and find out what is the scariest movie of all time, voted on by you, my rabid readers! See who’s winning and the “official rules” Scary Movie Bracket Round 1: The Mummy vs. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre vs.        The Mummy In …

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Scary Movie Bracket: Saw vs. King Kong

Here at the Fort we love sports, March Madness and scary movies. Play along with us and find out what is the scariest movie of all time, voted on by you, my rabid readers! See who’s winning and the “official rules” Scary Movie Bracket Round 1: Saw vs. King Kong vs.        Saw Two men wake up at …

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Scary Movie Bracket: The Howling vs. The Exorcist

Here at the Fort we love sports, March Madness and scary movies. Play along with us and find out what is the scariest movie of all time, voted on by you, my rabid readers! See who’s winning and the “official rules” Scary Movie Bracket Round 1: The Howling vs. The Exorcist vs.        The Howling Eye-popping special effects …

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Scary Movie Bracket: Dead Alive vs. Christine

Here at the Fort we love sports, March Madness and scary movies. Play along with us and find out what is the scariest movie of all time, voted on by you, my rabid readers! See who’s winning and the “official rules” Scary Movie Bracket Round 1: Dead Alive vs. Christine vs.          Dead Alive In this first …

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Enter Sandman: Honky Tonk Tavern

Last night’s music experience at the Fort was channel 811: Honky Tonk Tavern. It’s hard to believe that both Michele and I actually enjoyed this. It started off with a gospel tune from the great Johnny Cash and ended somewhere with a rocking, twangy tune by Dwight Yoakam. He was excellent in Slingblade as Dale but did you know that …

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Enter Sandman: Malt Shop Oldies

Last night’s music experience here at the Fort was channel 802: Malt Shop Favorites. This was the music I most remember growing up and taking road trip vacations in the Family Truckster. I have such fond memories of those summers with my step-dad, Mike singing North to Alaska by Johnny Horton. This song even played tonight and it immediately brought …

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