Whenever I feel like I have the limpest stringiest hair on earth, I watch Game of Thrones and I feel better!
In this scene, the unusual Grandmother crouches at the window for sixty five hours, eagerly awaiting the return of her precious grandchildren.
“I do not like it when my little sweeties leave,” she says, clutching a pitchfork.
Oh, Cooper wouldn’t do that!
See, I’da guessed Rebecca DeMornay in “The Hand That Rocks The Cradle”…
Personally, I do not think Flowers in the Attic is suitable reading for dogs.
Determined dogs rent the movie.
Wait a minute. I have that damn book on my bookshelf. And without grabbing it I can say with 100% certainty that WASN’T the evil grandmother’s name. I think it’s more like, Cooper is Christopher looking wistfully out the window. Because he has no one to screw except for his sister.
I think the Louise Fletcher reference is to an actress not the actual character name. Not that I would know, because I REFUSE to read any of those books. My brain has enough spooks in the corners without any help from fiction.
YES! Louise Fletcher is the actress in the creepy movie. She also played Nurse Ratchet in Cuckoo.
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