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Horror Movie Titles on a Three-Letter Budget (and Subsequent Blurbs).
BY KIRK NELSON
GAS: The pressure is building …
TAX: On April 15, YOU … WILL … PAY …
ZIT: It just … keeps … growing …
GUM: The shark’s teeth may be gone, but you still shouldn’t go in the water.
LAN: Lots of nerds. Lots of guns. Thirteen-hour running time.
SHY: There is no greater fear …
SOY: The alternative source of protein …
TED: He owns the cable networks. You’re next. (Colorized)
GNU: A hydrogen-bomb test on a Pacific atoll awakens a gigantic prehistoric … antelope!
ELF: Starring Will Ferrell
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