Saturday, July 9, 2011

The movie RUBBER is without a doubt one of the most demented things I have ever seen!

I just got done watching the movie RUBBER. Now before I comment on it I want you to watch the trailer.

Now doesn't that look demented? Well let me tell you something- the actual film is 10 times more demented than that. It is like a horror film created by Monty Python and David Cronenberg. You have to see it- even though I'm not even sure what the Hell I just saw.

It also stars Roxane Mesquida and she is a total cutie!

(she has a nice tushie too!)

So, I finally got a chance to see KICK-ASS

I know, I know. After talking about it on the blog I'm only seeing it now. Sadly the financial meltdown that overtook my life made me put it all on the back burner.

But now I have seen it (and thanks to a friend I have also read the comic) and I really enjoyed the movie. It was incredibly over the top and had a lot of heart. I found it superior to the comic in every way, a little more joyful in its premise and fun.

It goes without saying that Chloƫ Moretz stole the show as Hit-Girl and not just because her character is a pint-sized version of Wolverine. The young actress in question really brings a lot to the role and I hope to see more work from her in the future. And I especially hope she doesn't go all Lindsay Lohan on us.

So here's to you KICK-ASS you were worth the wait.

Oh by the way… an amusing side note the first book I ever wrote was called THE HERO. I wrote it back in 1986 when I was in high school when I should have been paying attention and learning basic punctuation and stuff. It was about a high school kid that tries to be a super hero but it had my standard over the top humor and sudden left turns into just plain weirdness.

It was a pretty lousy book by a pretty weird 18 year old but it made my classmates laugh when they read it so that was cool.

The main character by the way was called Captain Hero just like the main character of my LOCAL HEROES stories. I guess the more things change the more they stay the same.

Want to watch NIGHT OF THE CREEPS right now?

From Crackle: Night of the Creeps
You can visit my Crackle page here (I'm not sure what I am going to do with it... but this is probably the closest I will ever get to being a late night horror host...)

(Recommended Reads) "Hive Mind" by Maria Protopapadaki-Smith

The noose is prepared, and I can’t wait to climb on the chair and put it round my neck. I can’t take it any more. Perhaps the young ones can find a way to adapt to this condition. I certainly hope so, otherwise it could signal the end of the human race...

click here to read the rest

(Recommended Reads) "Suspect" by JM Strother

How did it come to this? I try not to look nervous, try not to look guilty. I’m not guilty, dammit. The detective has left the room again, to leave me stewing in my own anxieties. Dear God, help me...

click here to read the rest

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Michael Bukowski's latest Lovecraftian illustration ROCKS!

What's better than gay marriage becoming legal in NY?

The fact that gay marriage becoming legal made National Organization for Marriage leader Brian Brown cry!



This delicious schadenfreude courtesy of BUZZFEED

TOPLESS ROBOT'S Shaun Clayton has a description of Sinistar's voice that is sheer poetry!


...With a frightening metal face, it tells you to "RUN, RUN RUN" and will scream at you like Tom Waits yelling through a McDonald's drive through speaker after getting hot grease on his balls. ..


Click here to read the rest of the thought provoking article 10 Classic Arcade Games to Prepare for the Robot Holocaust

Ooops! I almost forgot about the new MIN/max!

Monday, July 4, 2011

Happy 4th Of July Everyone!

NYARLATHOTEP never looked so good!


More fantastic artwork from Michael Bukowski at YOG-BLOGSOTH