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#1 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio
#2 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: I think you'd like it quite a bit.

Marathon Man is a good companion movie too, imo.

#3 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: Gregory Peck as Mengele. Tis a fantastic movie. So freaking creepy.

#4 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: Have you seen Boys from Brazil? If not, go see it, right freaking now.

#5 Edited by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio
#6 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

(Shudders) Insidious bastard. Josef Mengele with a necessity to drink blood to survive. No way that could turn out bad :P

Extremely well-written though, possibly my favourite piece of yours.

Fear the House of Q, and their creepy uncle;

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/3/3a/Q_portrait.jpg/250px-Q_portrait.jpg

#7 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: "If I require something decent, you shall be the first to know." He kissed her hand once, then smiled and nodded gently. "Be well, my friend" he said as he walked toward the elevator and his room.

#8 Edited by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: "It has been lovely seeing you again, dear Doctor." Markus stood up and offered his hand to Alexandra. "Do let me know if you require anything more of me." A wicked smile crept across his lips. "Anything at all."

#9 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: "Yes, but delightfully so"

(Sorry for the slow replies, my internet is that freaking useless it's taken me an hour to load this page)

#10 Posted by Markus_Langbourn (387 posts) - - Show Bio

@the_psyentist: "I see, well that's a shame. What about in the case of mourning?" Markus looked around and spotted an attendant. Markus gestured toward him. "That lad, if he died, would you be terribly bereaved?" Markus joked. His darker sense of humour often went to waste, but with Alexandra, he was free to make as many morbid witticisms as he could.