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1. Halloween / Misfits
2. Halloween party / Hyde
3. Crazy Party Night-Pumpkins Strike Back / Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
4. I'M YOUR DEVIL HALLOWEEN REMIX / Tommy heavenly6
5. Bloody Halloween / VAMPIRE ROSE
6. Happy Halloween / DADAROMA
7. This is Halloween / Nightcore(Marily Manson)
8. Demons / Born
9. Human-clad Monster / D'espairs Ray
10. Glass Skin / Dir En Grey
11. Bizarre / The Gazette
12. Zombie / Versailles
13. Dying-Table / Kamijo
14. Halloween II / Misfits
15. Baptism Of Blood / Malice Mizer
16. Illuminati / Malice Mizer
17. Metaphysical / Moi Dix Mois
18. Ghost / Gackt
19. Ghost†heart / LM.C
20. Howling Magic / SuG
21. Black Cat / Mary's Blood
22. Highschool of the Dead / Midnight Shinigami
23. Can You Do It? / Nightmare
24. This Is Halloween / Marilyn Manson
25. Night of the Living Dead / Misfits
26. Violent World / Misfits
27. Vampire Knight (Conclusion) / Kanon Wakeshima
i try to mix all monster songs together . and... it's done.
lady gaga monster│rihanna disturbia│britney spears scary│gackt ghost│tommy heavenly6 lollipop candy bad girl│lady gaga born this way│backstreet boys everybody│michael jackson thriller│lady gaga bad romance
I’m Stephon White and this is I’d Buy That For A Dollar! Each week, we visit our local Dollar Tree and dive into the DVD and Blu-Ray bargain bin. Are the movies we find worth the dollar we spent to take them home? You’ll have to find out each week!
This week, fellow LRM Online writer Kyle Malone, and I discuss the 2010 Guy Moshe-directed film Bunraku. The film has an impressive starting lineup of talent involved featuring Lucky Number Slevin’s Josh Hartnett, Venom’s Woody Harrelson, Dragon Age: Dawn of The Seeker’s Gackt, Moonwalkers’ Ron Perlman, and Ghost’s Demi Moore.
Here’s the synopsis:
In a future society where guns are illegal, a fist-fighter (Josh Hartnett) and a swordsman (Gackt) pummel and slash their way through a reclusive leader’s army of thugs. Now onward to the discussion.
Time to find out if this film is worth a dollar.