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Nov 21st 2011 at 9:49:08 PM •••

All right. We need to get more specific in our examples with longer works. Listing "everything" is not always helpful and occasionally downright flippant.

The 1931 Dracula has been considered a classic film, and even a classic horror film. It does have Narm — it would have to — but I sincerely doubt it's 100% Narm. That implies something that's an unintentional comedy from beginning to end...

ETA: Objection withdrawn on the Stephen King Danse Macabre Defense of Narm in Horror.

Edited by AnonymousMcCartneyfan
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