I messed around with my phone camera and editing software today, and made this silly little video of two skeleton headbangers.
We all know that marketing firms have been in the pocket of Big Dragon for decades.
But what you may not know, is how marketers utilize their skills in service of the dragons.
Last October I listed my ten favorite Halloween movies, so this time I decided to write about some Halloweeny films I’ve seen since then.
As we are closing in on this year’s Halloween, I wanted to share some of my favorite horror songs. Turns out, almost all of them were made by Jonathan Coulton.
I decided to make a mixed drink for this month’s geeky recipe, and it is naturally Halloween themed.
It is a slight variation on a mojito, with extra lime and mint leaves, topped with a frozen “brain” containing water and blackcurrant juice.
For a single glass, you’ll need to mix:
4 centilitres of lime juice
6 centilitres of soda water
7 centilitres of white rum
1 whole pot of chopped up mint leaves
I recently saw three great King Kong movies, never having seen a single King Kong film before in my life.
Here is a writeup of what I thought about the three flicks and how they differ.
King Kong (1933)
Directed by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack, this film started it all off with a bang.
The movie depicts a group consisting of a director, his film-crew, an actress, and a ship’s crew, who all travel together to an undiscovered island to film a docufiction.
They find a tribe living on the island, who
kidnaps the actress Ann Darrow