Happy Birthday Christopher Lee

When I was a kid, I used to sneak out of my room at night, grab a VHS off of one of our many shelves of movies (Specifically, a tape containing a collection of vampire movie trailers.) and be absolutely terrified by your portrayal of Dracula. Especially in "Dracula A.D. 1972" in which you killed a plethora of hippies.

That collection of trailers lead me to Hammer Films, which were so different than the Universal classics I had known up to that point. So, thanks.


Post #501 - Turn and face the strange...

Sing it with me now, "CHANGES!"

If I would've had any time to think ahead at all, I totally would've joined the 501st and blogged about it for my 501st entry. But that would've required time. And I have none of that at present. But my life is changing a fair bit at the moment. So hey, you can't go wrong with some good-old-fashioned Bowie to celebrate.



Four Tanks and a Kickstarter: Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Support Independent Artists

So there's this guy...Larry Longstreth. I've blogged and kind of raved about him before. I fully support him. I'm also more than a little jealous of his chutzpah. If only we could all dig our heels in on the idea of filmmaking.

Amid his many ideas and projects, Longstreth is also working on an animated series about an MMORPG game. There's nifty concept art and clever writing and for crying out loud, it's been backed by theonering.net. But to create an entire season, the project needs backers. That's where you come in.

Four Tanks and a Healer now has a Kickstarter account. CHECK IT OUT!

Look at the link. Make a donation, even a small one.

Avengers, ASSEMBLE! (Movie Review)

Remember that time I used to be a professional writer? Every once in a great while, I still do that. My Avengers review has posted over at the Orlando Attractions Magazine blog.

And hey, since you have nine billion other reviews to choose from, I'd like to suggest you read mine instead. Okay?