Boscastle is an unusual place. Rather than feeling contained to an area, like your average “settlement”, it sort of trickles down the hill, staggering along the edges of a slipstream to its eventual harbour. It is as idyll and precarious as it sounds, with the two sensibilities seemingly at war with each other. In 2004, […]
The Frog Moon Mystery April’s second spring moon was almost full as she rose through the cracks of the cottonwoods. The acequias were filling across/down the field and a small amount of rain had fallen two days earlier. Diminutive lime green leaves feathered the trees. I was just walking in the house when […]
Team Name: Chicago Wild Fyre Team Division: Spirit of the Game Division Team Location: Chicago, IL Team Captain: Kelly Wright How long has your team been attending Ultimate Chicago Sandblast? Some form of this team has existed and attended Sandblast since 2008 – this team has showed up each year in some form (with the roster […]
There’s trouble in the Underground.
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Given the recent death of Lorraine Warren and release of The Curse of La Llorona, now seems like a good time to reassess and rank the films of The Conjuring Universe. After all, without Lorraine Warren, this Universe wouldn’t exist. “I really wanted to try and bring the kind of respect back to studio horror […]
In the last chapter, The Happy Hollow residents traveled to Selvadorada. When they arrived at their lodging, it was certainly not a Hilton! The lodging was rather run-down and the jungle vines and greenery had taken over. As they had time to spare before going to the marketplace, everyone headed to a close-by deck area […]
Losing a loved one has got to be one of the hardest emotional traumas to have to deal with. It is the battle of feeling guilty and the constant question ‘Why?’, that is debilitating and draining; especially if it was sudden. It doesn’t matter how or why a loved one passes on, it’s the mere […]
The marketing for Child’s Play 2 back in 1990 included a Thanksgiving-themed ad, and it looks like Lars Klevberg’s Child’s Play remake for MGM and Orion has been taking tips. Yesterday, Chucky celebrated 4/20, and today he’s getting into the Easter spirit like only he can. Then again, the Critters killed the Easter bunny first, […]
Narrative with guide, budget, and itinerary to Hinatuan’s Enchanted River and island hopping and Bislig’s Tinuy-an Falls, Sian Falls, and international doll house
Pam’s Pictorama Post: Today is an item which fills me with a sort of jaw-dropping amazement. It is a single sheet of unused letterhead from the Aesop’s Fables Film company – so fragile that I worry that even framing it would hasten its demise and so riotously decorated it left little room for any actual […]
Introduction With Super Mario Galaxy and its sequel, Yoshiaki Koizumi gave Nintendo’s mascot two unforgettable, interstellar journeys. Players would launch Mario through the reaches of space, often having him jump between planets in an effort to save Princess Peach. Both games were complete successes, selling well over five million units apiece. When playing them, it […]
Mandalay is one of Myanmar’s most happening cities and it’s a great place to engage in the culture, as well as the beautiful temples and sights. One of the most interesting traditional shows to see is the Mandalay Marionettes puppet show which was the icing on the cake of the visit for me. Mandalay is […]
Theresa May was warned that she would preside over the "Conservative Party's death" after a catastrophic poll that revealed the immense scale of the popular revolt against her. Exclusive Mail on Sunday survey reveals nearly 40% of conservative advisers plan to vote for Nigel Farage's new party in the May European elections as a protest […]
Traditionally, Conservative advisors across Britain have been united in their sense of duty, spending long evenings and weekends at the doors of the house or stuffing endless envelopes for the good of their party. As British politics plummets more and more into crisis, The Mail on Sunday asked 800 of these loyal infantrymen what they […]
It remarkably had been over 25 years since I last saw Buster Poindexter perform. In the meantime, I had seen his non-alter-ego, David Johansen, do several laid-back shows to the accompaniment of just his guitarist, Brian Koonin. After a recent blog journey down memory lane about Buster, I was therefore more than thrilled to have […]