Saturday, April 27, 2013

Ace Frehley turned 62 today... Happy Birthday to my favorite member of KISS!

And yes I liked his solo album...


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If you're an indie author or just play one on TV then S.A. HUNT IS THE MAN FOR YOU!

S.A. Hunt has been doing professional quality cover art for himself and other authors for some time and now he is going worldwide!

Here is a sample of what he can do for you;









Awesome huh?


Now get over to his website THE USUAL MADMAN and give him your money!

Now this is what I call Existential Terror!



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How can any movie screen contain the awesomeness promised by the title AVALANCHE SHARKS????


Spring break in the mountains: snowboarding, beer, drunken co-eds in bikinis.  As the yearly Bikini Ski Day party descends on a small mountain town, something lurks beneath the snow.  When an unwitting rider causes an avalanche, it awakens a huge, menacing, pre-historic Snow Shark!

LiarTownUSA still confuses me...

This was not the JUSTICE LEAGUE movie I was expecting...

Things are getting rough over at FALSE POSITIVE

I already knew better than to mess with redheads so this PSA is for the rest of you...



How long can you watch this video before you run out of Sanity Points?

Found vie the crazy characters at


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Yeah this is me most nights lately - SING IT MAX!

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(Now I've seen everything.) Star Wars bondage gear!

Baboons like to keep dogs as pets too... no seriously.

I saw this footage previously but BOING BOING reminded me of it...


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Oh what the Hell, here's Richard Harris singing 'MacArthur Park'

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(Insane News) Woman calls 911 to report kittens having sex.

From the WisonsinRapidTribune

• At 11:06 a.m. Wednesday, caller reported a neighbor’s kittens were having sex in her yard....

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Jack Chick THE MOVIE??????


That may sound dull, but it's not. Jack T. Chick has a very peculiar interpretation of Christianity, in which the Roman Catholic church is responsible for every major war in history, not to mention every other religion, all of which are a front for the Pope and Satan. Good people routinely get tossed into Hell, while bad people can go to heaven provided they say a prayer to Jesus right before death, and this is a good thing. Satan is also responsible for pop music, animal control, faking evolution and of course, Dungeons and Dragons.

...all you really need to know is that it sets out to show what Jack Chick knows to be the truth behind role-playing. It shows that; *

Playing RPGs can make you gain real life magic abilities

*If you gain a high enough level you will be invited to join a secret cult

* Gamers whose characters die are in danger of committing suicide.

* That DM's are vile temptresses that are out to corrupt their players to the forces of evil.

It's this one that interested aspiring filmmaker JR Ralls, who actually contacted Chick Publications for the movie rights. Amazingly, they said yes, and now Ralls is trying to raise the money. He claims the movie will be made absolutely seriously and straight-faced...while simultaneously offering high-level backers the chance to play RPGs Are Evil: The Role-Playing Game with him. If he gets more than his $12,500 budget, he promises to expand the movie's world into dealing with Cthulhu mythology, among other things, which Jack Chick totally believes is real.


To donate to this worthy project click (or is it CHICK) here...


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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Calvin's Canadian Cave of Coolness pays tribute to Vampirella


(Insane News) Apparently we drew a giant penis on the surface of Mars...



In its travels, one of NASA’s Mars rovers seems to have drawn a penis on the surface of Mars. The photo, spotted by redditor aggrazel, appears on NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory mission page...


Wow. And I thought us DOCTOR WHO fans went all out...

Found via BUZZFEED


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Tuesday, April 23, 2013

And now my review of TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD...

From my YOUTUBE page

The trailer for THOR 2 promises a whole lot of Asgard...


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Here comes the creepy with the trailer for BIND


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The trailer for ALYCE KILLS lays the smack down!


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Knitted boyfriends? They make knitted boyfriends now?


My Knitted Boyfriend is a cushion with a story. A cushion with a personality. A cushion to kiss! Or, well… to cuddle, to caress, to hug, and to smile with. Because this man is always happy. And he is flexible as well. He will have a mustache if you prefer mustaches. He will wear glasses if you prefer glasses. He likes to sit on your floor, on your couch or at you dinner table. But most of all he likes to lay down next to you in bed. With your head on his chest and his arms wrapped around you. This way you will never feel alone ever again. With this man you can be sure, he will never leave you...



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The Cold Inside (a serial novel) Chapter Twenty-five part one

The Cold Inside
Chapter Twenty-five
part one

Tuesday December 20, 1994

The day was so cloudy that the sky was almost black. The students moved quietly through the halls, shuffling from one testing room to another. Some sat along the hallways going over page after page of notes, others took turns quizzing each other on math or history as they sat in the library. Even the cafeteria was subdued, the feuding factions were too busy talking about their exams to bother Tristam and the others.

Rich stretched in his seat, “Three down, three to go.”

“Amen.” Adelphos smiled.

Greg finished another bite of his sandwich before speaking, he ate nothing but baloney and mustard sandwiches during exams week. He said it brought him good luck. “I was thinking this weekend maybe we could all get together and write a letter to Drew telling her how much we miss her and stuff.”

“Good idea.” Warren agreed.

Yusuf shook his head, “How do we know she will get it?”

“Registered mail?” Greg suggested.

Tristam cleared his throat, “Guys there's something I should tell you but I have no idea how to.”

Warren pounced, “He thinks before he speaks. We have been a good influence.”

“Kinda makes up for our failures with you.” Greg said with a single raised eyebrow.

Rich turned in his seat to stare at the clock, “I still can't believe I watched Beach Blanket Bingo for my English final.”

Greg said, “Meghar is a pip isn't he? All you have to do is write a term paper and then you can goof off for the final.”

“The only stipulation is you have to stay in his classroom for the whole test period and you have to sit through one of his 'important' movies. I didn’t realize Beach Blanket Bingo was so culturally relevant.”

“What did you do for your paper?” Adelphos asked.

Rich smiled “The usual, I compared and contrasted Elric and Hamlet.”

“You got two thousand words out of that?”

“Guys…” Tristam interrupted, “I'm serious here. I found out some things. I talked to my sister and Monique, they said some things about what happened to Drew- some pretty creepy things.”

“Why should we believe them?” Warren sneered.

“I'm not sure I believe them myself but it does make sense in a sick way.”

Yusuf laced his fingers together and stared thoughtfully at Tristam, “Go on.”

“Both Monique and my sister say that she was at some party that Freddie Trager threw last week.”

Rich looked at him like he was crazy, “That was a jock and cheerleader party. They wouldn't invite any of us.”

“Supposedly she was invited later in the evening by Evan.”

Warren snorted, “Again with your Evan obsession.”

Yusuf asked “Why would Evan invite her?”

“Supposedly because Evan wanted her to entertain the jocks.”

Adelphos was on his feet, “Are you out of your mind?”

Warren stood too, his hands were curled into fists, “I can’t believe you would say this about our friend.”

Tristam, “Hey! She’s my friend too!”

“Yeah. Right.” Adelphos stormed out of the room, Warren followed.

“Shit.” Tristam stared down at the table.

“That's going to cost you some Christmas presents.” Greg said.

“I'm not trying to make trouble.”

“I know.” Yusuf said, “And I am sure this is what you heard but I am not sure I can believe it.”

“Thing is though.” Rich said with a sigh, “It kind of makes sense if you consider some of their antics lately.”

“Look, we know she had a thing for Evan…”

Yusuf smiled grimly, “I thought she had a thing for Greg.”

“Me?” Greg looked surprised, “I figured she liked Adelphos.”

“I thought she kinda liked me.” Tristam frowned.

Rich said, “Wow. Ego much?”

“But I guess she's carried the torch for Evan for a while.” Tristam said, “Maybe that was enough to make her think he really wanted her at the party and then maybe he slipped her something or they forced her… Or something.”

Greg stood, “I'm going to chapel to pray. I think maybe we should all go.”

Yusuf threw his lunch away and grabbed his bookbag, “All right.

“Well,” Rich said, “there are no atheists in foxholes or high school. Shall we Tristam? Four souls are better than one.”

“No. I- No thanks guys I want to be by myself.” Tristam said, “Besides, God and I aren’t exactly on the best of terms.”

The other three left, Yusuf paused long enough to say, “You did nothing wrong with what you said. They just don’t see how you've changed.”

“You're a good friend Yusuf.” Tristam smiled. He held that smile until he was alone at the table in the front of the cafeteria. Then his expression became savage.

Not sharing Michael Bukowski's vision of the Unknown Lurker would just be shellfish!

Sunday, April 21, 2013

(CHILLING TALES FOR DARK NIGHTS) Lucy Clifford's THE NEW MOTHER as readby Heather Ordover

...“The New Mother” is a short story written by Lucy Clifford and first published in her collection of children’s stories, The Anyhow Stories, Moral and Otherwise, in 1882.  Click here to access a Kindle eBook copy of the entire collection of stories.
Author Neil Gaiman has acknowledged “The New Mother” as one of two major influences on his 2002 novella Coraline, now a major motion picture, which is for sale on (DVD format). The story was also adapted into the shorter story “The Drum,” as featured in Alvin Schwartz’s classic creepy folklore collection More Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.  It was also featured in the infamous horror anthology The Dark Descent...