Saturday, April 29, 2017

MrCreepyPasta presents "Asylum: Eating Disorder" by Matt Dymerski

Friday, April 28, 2017

Ello Captain presents Nyctophilia

Don't Turn Around presents '7th Grade Camping Trip'

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Madame Tutli-Putli

''No Such Thing as Monsters'' by David Alan | HORRIFIC MONSTER STORY

Rest In Peace Jonathan Demme - you made some goddamn fantastic films.


A personable man with the curiosity gene and the what-comes-next instinct of someone who likes to both hear and tell stories, Mr. Demme had a good one of his own, a Mr. Deeds kind of tale in which he wandered into good fortune and took advantage of it. A former movie publicist, he had an apprenticeship in low-budget B-movies with the producer Roger Corman before turning director...

Mr. Demme’s other films include documentaries about the folk-rock singer and songwriter Neil Young; concert films featuring the country singer Kenny Chesney and the pop star Justin Timberlake; and “Swimming to Cambodia” (1987), Spalding Gray’s monologue ruminating about Cambodia under the Khmer Rouge and his experience appearing in the film “The Killing Fields.”

Mr. Demme was a member of the alternative arts scene of Lower Manhattan, which included Mr. Gray, who died in 2004, as well as Mr. Byrne and the composer and performer Laurie Anderson, who scored “Swimming to Cambodia.”

'Dr. Twelfth' Read by Michelle Gomez

Hang on to your s.c.a.t.! NIGHT TRAP IS BACK!