Thanks, I appreciate it.
" @Leenie: For Out of Sick Days - one of them is a character from one of the most famous horror films of all time - he's a dad, of the ecclesiastical variety The other one is a character from a film based on a comic book - the actor is notorious for being really dull, he's been in a various famous franchise that was directed by a set of brothers (now siblings) For Lousy Squatters - He's the character based on the concept which you already have, in the same film as the character I hinted at in the first line of this post. "I got the Comic Book one, but that demon one is still killing me.
" @Leenie: It's from what's considered to be the ultimate classic in the demon-removing...em...genre? Released in 1973. The character you're looking for is the main demon from it - just make sure you hit that 'credits' tab on the left side of the page to bring up the full list of characters in the film. You'll find it near the bottom "Thanks.
I finished # 35.
I had a hard time figuring out the Lousy Squatters Babylonian one because I didn't recognize it from the film. I more knew it from Futurama as the thing that Professor Farnsworth kept yelling out the window of the Planet Express Ship as he drove slowly with his turn indicator on.
That probably isn't much of a hint unless you remember the Futurama episode where the crew regresses in age.
I remembered it. Great hint. Thanks...
@CrimsonAvenger: The easiest way it to get to the Possession page, check the movies with possessed women (there is a ton of them) and check on said actresses.
Here are some examples: One is the seminal movie of the genre. Another one has the character name on the title. The last one played a Babylonian god/goddess turned giant mascot.
Our resident novice reminisces on her middle-school love affair with the epic fantasy romance.