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What Movie Wednesday for the win

How fast time flies, but when the awesomeness that is What Movie Wednesday looms on the horizon, how can one not look forward to a little midweek terror. Not a question. A statement.

Voting begins at midnight for this week's What Movie Wednesday tweet fest. And Mike S has dug deep into his cinematic vault to conjure up a trio of possibilities that will, individually and as group, chill your soul. Or his fingers as he tweets away. Or both.

Anyway, before I begin to make even less sense, here's this week's selections:

Hurt (2009)
I Am Omega (2007)
The Cellar Door (2007)

For the uninitiated, you cast your ballot at The Corner of Terror group page and/or fan page on Facebook. Voting begins at midnight and closes at 6 p.m. Whatever movie gets the most votes is put on the Twitter chopping block at 7 p.m. You can follow the tweets @TerrorCorner. And yes, all times are Pacific.

Now, let the countdown begin . . .


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