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Old January 31 2009, 05:05 AM   #16
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Re: Re-imagining Dark Shadows

Yes I prefer Quentin to Barnabas, too. I've finally gotten to watch the revival series from beginning to end, and you know. It's pretty darn good. Not so soapy and some good spooky effects. Some of the cast is clunky, but overall a fine night time adaptation. I think a Depp/Burton adaptation would have its appeal ala Edward Scissorhands, but I don't want it to be dark ala humorous, you know?
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