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Onine Free Horror Movies - January 2018

3 months ago

I've found it increasingly difficult lately to find good, quality horror classics and contemporary films online lately.  I haven't been online or blogging much lately, but I'm BAAAACK!  I miss blogging, but I havne't been as engaged on social media due to responsibilities and a lack of time!  I still love all of you, though.  Well, I love most of you.  Some of you just suck!  But most of you, I love!  Anyway, I figured what better way to come back into your loving arms than to provide you with a new and improved list of horror movies for the new year, 2013.  

Needless to say, I'm at work and this is an autopost, so when it automatically posts to all the social media sites, I'm not ignoring you guys, I'm just not actually really on.  Autopost and auto tweet and auto facebook and auto tumblr and auto-everything is mega and super and a wicked killa time savah!  
Beneath (2007) Dark Circles (2013) Jacob's Ladder (1990) May (2001) Rumpelstiltskin (1996) The Devil Inside (2001) The Quiet Ones (2014) The Tenant (1976) The Tooth Fairy (2006) The Uninvited (2009) Three Extremes (2003)  Two Evil Eyes (1990)  Wicked Little Things (2006)

The Authentic History of Halloween

1 year ago

Halloween is a holiday steeped in rich tradition throughout the world.   The word Halloween comes from an Old English form of All Hallow's Eve, known as All Hallow's Ev'en (Evening). This night has long ushered in the dark half of the year in many regions of the world.  Halloween was once a night that caused anxiety and dread among those terrified their souls may be taken by evil beings from beyond the veil between the world of the living and the dead!  Its said the veil between the world of the living and the dead is most thin on All Hallow's Eve! 

Halloween began with the Celtic autumn (fall) celebration, known as Samhain, which was the celebration that ushered in "the dying of the light" (summer's end).  On this dark and spooky evening on which the spectres and spirits of the dead of both the good and the evil were given free reign between the veils of the world of the living and the dead by The Lord of The Dark, Samhain.  Furthermore, these spirits are allowed on this night to interact with the living.  Among these spirits are human "ghosts" and other inhuman creatures that occupy the underworld and the "land of the dead".  The Cutty Black Sow is one such "spirit", actually a demon, an inhuman spirit in Welsh folklore believed to steal souls on Halloween.

The Celts celebarted their new year November 1, which was later replaced by most cultures with "All Soul's Day", a primarily Roman Catholic "holiday".  Ancient Celts built bonfires on Samhain night to keep evil spirits at bey.

  • Halloween is the eve prior to, "All Soul's Day", on which Catholics venerate canonized saints.
  • All Soul's Day was created to integrate Celtic Druid into Christian traditions as converts.
  • Kids once went door to door offering prayers in exchange for soul cakes on Halloween.
  • Masks were worn as disguises to confuse and ward off evil spirits on All Hallow's Eve.
  • Masks were also worn to honor ancestors who passed away.
  • Jack-o-Lanterns were originally made out of turnips.
  • Large Potatoes and rutabagas were also utilized in Europe for carving.
  • Pumpkins are native to North America, not Europe.
  • Seeds were brought back to Europe from America and Europe was introduced to the pumpkin!
  • Bobbing for apples was a form of divining that foretold the type of man a woman would marry.
  • Most kids who have been poisoned with candy were victims of family members, not strangers.
Have a pleasant evening and hopefully the Cutty Black Sow doesn't steal your soul for a snack. Maybe you should bake that bitch a soul cake!  Happy All Hallow's Ev'n!

    Make a Halloween Diorama

    1 year ago

    When I was little, my brother and I, who I always referred to as Sibling 2 (and I, sibling 1), used to enjoy building "towns" with Fisher Price, Lincoln Logs, and Lego parts.  We used to use G.I. Joe dolls and other "guys" to be residents of the town.  With this in mind, Halloween is right around the corner.  It'd be fancy as fawk to create a mini Halloweentown diorama to help you Goth as fawk fawkers celebrate the Samhain Season.

    Here are some container ideas.  Depending on what size you want to make your "town", fishtanks, display cases, and glass jars are great ideas to contain your diorama.  You may even have some of these kicking around your house that are unused or someone you know might.  If you don't have access to these items, they can easily be found for uber cheap at a second-hand store, or even Walmart or the slightly higher priced dollar stores.

    You then will have to decide whether you want to mix figurine and model types to introduce into your town or if you want to house a specific type of town pieces by a specific artist, in a specific genre, and other considerations.  I would opt to create diversity in my mini city with mixed types of figurines and model characters.  I'd use pieces similar to "Christmas" city decorations, but with a Halloween theme.  These exist both online and in retail stores and especially at second-hand stores. Wherever you see a cool piece, if you can fit it into your budget and it's worth it to you, by all means, holmes, pick it up and add it!

    Anyway, above is just an example of some cool shyte to use for your fancy schmancy Halloweentown diorama.  Happy Halloween, fawkers!  <3 p="">

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