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It is getting closer to the station I had always wanted to do, but like a lot of things, it's a slow process with what little time I have available, especially since in working on trying to get the last little bit of Halloween stuff before the store are overrun by Christmas. It's like they forgot it's still October.

Maybe if I make the station taller with a taller core and wider hydroponics module so it would be big enough for 12 bays, and have the processing equipment in the centre next time.

What I am also doing also is catching up on a lot of Halloween specials and episodes, but I'm substituting the original Star Trek episode, "Catspaw," with, "Wolf in the Fold," as the latter has more of a Halloween feel to it, and the former has more of a campy elementary school Halloween party feel.

Next on my docket is Scooby Doo on Zombie Island (1998), the original Night of the Living Dead (1968), and Michael Jackson's Thriller (1982).

I've already watched Halloween (1978), but an edited version as removing Lynda and Bob's actual sex scene didn't hamper the movie, or not showing Judy Meyer's breasts. By the way, she was played by Sandy Johnson who was also a Playboy playmate of June of 1974.

Yet if not for the brief nudity and sexual content, Halloween could easily be a PG movie if not for the uber scary atmosphere.

Watched the original version of The Fog (1980), as the 2005 remake had no atmosphere at all.

There was the ten part Movieclip version of Tom Savini's Night of the Living Dead (1990) on YouTube which would have been better if they included a clip of Barbera seeing her brother's DEAD dead body as she escaped the farmhouse.

And the Real Ghostbusters cartoon series from 1986 is now on YouTube legally:

I tried to watch Extreme Ghostbusters (1997), but I couldn't really get into it. And let's not talk about the 2016 reboot.

Speaking of holiday specials, Garfield's Halloween Adventure (1986) which is on YouTube legally:

And hopefully It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) if I can get the full version.

On Netflix, there's a documentary called, The Movies That Made Us, where season 3 is featuring Halloween (1978), Friday the 13th (1980), A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Aliens (1986), Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), and the scariest movie of all, Elf (2003).
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