Looky what I got!Continue reading “Halloween 2022: Oct. 27ᵗʰ – Ouija Skull”
These were a lot of fun to build. If you click THIS LINK or any image in the article below, you can get this four-pack for only $8, and a portion of your purchase will go to Planned Parenthood Of Indiana And Kentucky. Since March 2022, purchases like these have generated $61,825.20 for Planned Parenthood Of Indiana And Kentucky, and with your help we could break the $70,000 mark by New Year’s Day. So get in the mix! Click the pics. Buy some bricks. And save some chicks!Continue reading “Halloween 2022: Oct. 25ᵗʰ – Pinkiwine Halloween Big Treat Bags”
Designed in 2006, this little Hot Wheels hot rod is my favorite toy car, and quite possibly the most Halloween vehicle ever produced in 1/64th scale. Tonight, for the very first time, I’m going to open my Mega Construx monster truck Bone Shaker that I’ve been saving for just this occasion. Let’s put the pedal to the metal and build this beast!Continue reading “Halloween 2022: Oct. 24ᵗʰ – Bone Shaker!”
I found out this afternoon that Sonic has Ghostbusters toys for Halloween! I managed to get my hands on four out of the five toys today. Click the pic and check it out!Continue reading “Halloween 2022: Oct. 28ᵗʰ – Sonic Ghostbusters Toys”
Just in time for National Black Cat Day! Tonight let’s take a look at two classic horror movies I’m finally getting around to watching and see how well they hold up.Continue reading “Halloween 2022: Oct. 23ʳᵈ – DOUBLE FEATURE! Cat People (1942)/The Fly (1958)”
I had no idea today was National Pumpkin Day. Probably because I had no idea there was a National Pumpkin Day. But I have some Halloween snacks to share with you, and some of them are pumpkin. Also, I’ll insult the pie making skills of a beloved local eatery, and impugn the integrity of a multinational burger chain. Come on in and take a bite!Continue reading “Halloween 2022: Oct. 26ᵗʰ – Happy National Pumpkin Day!”
Since this is still in theatres I’ll avoid any spoilers and just say this: after the big name cast and splashy advertising of Halloween Ends resulted in such ridiculous disappointment, it was refreshing to walk into a theater and sit down to a movie I knew almost nothing about, starring people I’d never heard of, and be genuinely entertained.
Smile was a story I have NEVER seen before. This was original. The villain was outstanding. The female lead was never sexualized. The black supporting actor was never turned into a racist stereotype. And, except for the very, very end, all the characters made natural, intelligent choices. Unlike Halloween Ends, Smile made sense. It made me want to watch it again. But most of all it made me glad I went. And you can’t ask for much more than that.