Sunday, December 25, 2016

SATAN'S LITTLE HELPER presents 'Elf on the shelf' written by

MrCreepyPasta presents "The Elf on the Shelf" by

The following Christmas Carol is Black Lodge approved!

"Let's Have a Patrick Swayze Christmas This Year"

"Weird Al" Yankovic - Christmas At Ground Zero


MrCreepyPasta presents "The Horrors of Christmas" by Michael Whitehouse

Stuff! Stuff! And More Stuff!


Friday, December 9, 2016

Keith Bailey of THE UNKNOWN MOVIES has a new review!

When I'm away from watching unknown movies my television set and subsequently writing reviews about them on my computer, there's a good chance that you'll find me at my place of employment. And while I'm there, there's a good chance you'll find me being driven crazy by customers regularly interrupting me. For some reason, customers simply cannot find anything on their own despite the various sections of my store being clearly labelled. Don't get me wrong - for the most part I do enjoy my job. I'm given work that makes me feel like I'm genuinely contributing something. But I do get those regular reminders that my job is not perfect. But that's how practically all jobs are like, and these annoyances do make it easier for me to believe the reports I hear about jobs much tougher than my own. There are some jobs that are tough just to get into. For example, there is acting. First you have to invest a lot of work and money just to land an agent. If somehow you've managed that, it's not clear sailing from there - you have to go to one audition after another, where you are competing with hundreds of other would-be actors. I could never have that much perseverance. Then there are other jobs that might be easier to get into, but come with a lot of stress. Having taught English overseas, I know that the life of a teacher can be tough, with problems ranging from uncooperative students to all the work you have to do outside of the school to prepare for class. One of the most stressful jobs I have read about is being an air traffic controller. Having to continually monitor the safety of hundreds of lives and multi-million dollar aircraft is something I know that would be simply unbearable to me...

Monday, November 28, 2016

Horror can happen anywhere...


And now the WE HATE MOVIES mailbag!

On this month's WHM Mail Bag, the guys read letters about insane Blockbuster Video late fee policies, creepy multiplex parking lot hitchhikers, one totally insane X-Men marathon, and a creepy dude getting creepy in the wrong kind of movie theater. PLUS: Chris Cabin—total babe.

Saturday, November 26, 2016

Rest In Peace Ron Glass. (ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME 2016?)

Browncoats everywhere are lowering their flags to half staff today as word has come out that Emmy-nominated actor Ron Glass has passed away at the age of 71. One of Glass’ agents is confirming his passing and Friends have already been reporting that he is thought to have passed away peacefully at his Los Angeles home yesterday...

Corbin White Productions presents "The Portraits" by Anonymous ft. The Button Smashers

Dark Corners Reviews presents 'The Universal Frankenstein Franchise Retrospective'

Calvin! What the Hell is going on up there?

POLICE have uncovered $30,000 worth of stolen Nutella as part of a major investigation into a crime syndicate linked to drug trafficking, car theft and a kidnapping plot in Canada.

Investigators in York, Toronto, came across the truckload of the popular hazelnut spread in a warehouse, along with about $5 million of stolen goods, including luxury cars, car parts, e-cigarettes and alcohol, as well as drugs and weapons.

Following an extensive wire-tapping investigation, police on Friday swooped on 23 people accused of being part of the crime group, including ringleader Balwinder Dhaliwal, an alleged criminal mastermind known as the “King of Car Thieves”.

Dhaliwal’s wife and 30-year-old son were among those arrested. More than 137 charges have been laid against the group, the Toronto Star reported.
“If there was a profit to be made by this group, this group would jump on the opportunity,” Detective Sergeant Paul LaSalle from York Regional Police said.

Police originally began investigating the group over a single car theft and eventually uncovered a tangled web of criminal activity.

It’s alleged the group stole expensive cars — including Lamborghinis, Maseratis, Porsches, BMWs and Lexuses — by breaking into homes to snatch keys. They then tampered with the cars and created phony paperwork to make it appear they had been imported from the United States.

Det Sgt LaSalle said the ring was also connected to cargo theft, including the entire truckload of Nutella.
“Yes, I said Nutella,” he said.

Police said they also found drugs, firearms and cash during their investigations, and uncovered a kidnapping plot and plans to commit insurance fraud.

“I’ve never seen an investigation that did spiral into so many directions,” said Det Sgt LaSalle.