So we were downstairs in the basement watching Shaun of the Dead. It was near the end when they were in The Winchester. Well, I had to pop upstairs to the main level and change Ben's diaper. To come into the kitchen and see the windows open -- and it was dark outside -- it gave me pause. Even though I've seen the movie several times before, I guess I was quite engrossed.
I do have to say this was the first time I'd seen it not on cable, so all the cussing was still in, as well as two other scenes I didn't care for... the specific demise of one of the characters and a cheesy little promo for a TV show. I did appreciate how they explained away three plot holes.
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