Video: Skeleton Headbangers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9sl6FjbPd8 I messed around with my phone camera and editing software today, and made this silly little video of two skeleton headbangers. I had no plan about what I wanted to make, I just knew I wanted to put something out on YouTube today. When I first started blogging, I had absolutely no idea what... Continue Reading →

Me vs. Daleks & Cybermen

Here's a drawing I commissioned from Len Peralta back in 2010. It is me as a private in the United Nations Intelligence Taskforce, a fictional military organization from the BBC science-fiction program Doctor Who. I asked him to draw me defending myself against Cybermen and Daleks. You can see a sped-up video of Len drawing... Continue Reading →

Universal Monsters

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.   Earlier this year, my girlfriend bought a blu-ray box set collection of old Universal Studios monster movies. I enjoyed all of these film on some level, but a few of them did... Continue Reading →

Jonathan Coulton’s Horror Songs

As we are closing in on this year's Halloween, I wanted to share some of my favorite songs with themes fitting for this holiday. Turns out almost all of them were Jonathan Coulton songs!   I hope you will enjoy this collection of tunes, and that it can help you if you ever need to make a Halloween party playlist.   .... Continue Reading →

The Acid Zombie

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... Continue Reading →

King Kong Crazy

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... Continue Reading →

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