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A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 - "Are You Ready for Freddy" 14 34.15%
The Addams Family - "Addams Groove" 2 4.88%
Addams Family Values - "Addams Family (Whoomp!)" 0 0%
Bones - "Legend of Jimmy Bones" 0 0%
Child's Play - "Chucky the Song" 0 0%
Deep Blue Sea - "Deepest Bluest" 2 4.88%
Ghostbusters II - "Ghostbusters Rap" 0 0%
Leprechaun in the Hood - "Do No Good" 0 0%
Maniac Cop 2 - "Maniac Cop Rap" 1 2.44%
The Monster Squad - "Monster Squad Rap" 6 14.63%
Scary Movie - "Stoned Rap" 2 4.88%
Shark Night 3D - "Shark Bite" 0 0%
Shocker - "Shockdance" 1 2.44%
Tales From the Crypt - "Crypt Jam" 1 2.44%
Tales From the Hood - "Tales From the Hood" 1 2.44%
Teen Witch - "Top That!" 6 14.63%
Cheerleader Camp - "Cheerleader Rap" 2 4.88%
Waxwork 2 - "Bug in a Jar" 3 7.32%
Popcorn - "Scary Scary Movies" 0 0%
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Old 05-12-2014, 08:20 PM   #16
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I manually added your vote and subtracted it from Teen Witch.
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Old 05-12-2014, 08:52 PM   #17
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Definitely worth a watch, as the cast & crew even get in on the jam.
Yeah, it's great. For all the selections in the voting list you're able to click on each for a YouTube link.
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Old 05-12-2014, 11:39 PM   #18
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Yeah, it's great. For all the selections in the voting list you're able to click on each for a YouTube link.
Damn near Best Poll Ever (excluding Hellbilly's contributions, obv).
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A Nightmare on Elm Street 4 - "Are You Ready for Freddy"
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Old 05-15-2014, 03:10 PM   #20
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Horror and hip hop do not combine without cheese. It's impossible. I voted for "The Crypt Jam" because the Crypt Keeper fits into a rap song better than Freddy. I'm surprised I'm the only one who voted for it. For a while, it was hard to find on YouTube. Now, not so much.


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I voted for "Top That".
I made a YouTube video joke on "Top That," where I loop the "funky" dancing and play clips of songs I thought looked funny with them "hip"ly dancing to:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QH_3vznTFgk

Ignore the 30 seconds looping of the intro to "Top That." I don't know why I let that play so long.
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Great poll, Rhett!

You did miss one, though... "Scary Scary Movies" from Popcorn.
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And "Lep in the Hood", also.
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Stupid 80's rap was fun... but beyond that I hate rap.
Yeah I'm not a fan of rap either, but I do enjoy the cheesy late 80s early 90s stuff. I went with Monster Squad rap myself.
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Great poll, Rhett!

You did miss one, though... "Scary Scary Movies" from Popcorn.
Great suggestion, I've added it as well. Forgot there was a rap song in there amidst all the reggae! The Lep in the Hood track was already on the list, you must not have followed the rainbow to it.



And DAMN YOU Workshed, I keep muttering "lost in time like a bug in a jar" everywhere I've gone the last couple days!
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Voted for Top That. Watched Teen Witch for the first time last year - it blew me away.
Sadly most of the videos posted are blocked by GEMA in Germany :/
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And DAMN YOU Workshed, I keep muttering "lost in time like a bug in a jar" everywhere I've gone the last couple days!
No matter where you go

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