Saturday, April 9, 2016

Saturday Night Booty Call! (4/9/16)




















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The baby terrors of Alex Solis!

From BLOODY DISGUSTING


















"Dust" by Cameron Suey presented by DimensionBucket

From DimensionBucket


DIMENSIONBUCKET presents 'The Art of Jacob Emory'

From DimensionBucket


THEY'RE CLOSING IN asks the eternal question - "Which will kill you faster, marriage or the apocalypse?"

From TWITCH


Check out the short film TOYS VS TOYS- (I am pretty sure this battle took place at Calvin's Cave of Cool...)

From LAUGHING SQUID


And now DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE!

From BOING BOING


You wouldn't download the Devil would you? Check out the trailer for THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT...

From BLOODY DISGUSTING


Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes? GENIUS!!!!

From BLEEDING COOL
Tarzan on the Planet of the Apes sees Tarzan and his ape brother Caesar, raised as brothers but separated by slave traders, reunite when the war between man and ape takes them from the jungles of Africa to the center of the Earth...


Thursday, April 7, 2016

Check out the trailer for SACRIFICE...

From DREAD CENTRAL


There is much strangeness and no David Duchovny to be found in the trailer for EVOLUTION

From BLOODY DISGUSTING


Say Hello to THE BYE BYE MAN!

From BLOODY DISGUSTING



Hey there fellow old farts! FLASKBAK remembers 'Milton Bradley’s Star Bird'

From FLASHBAK


One of the great toy lines of the immediate post-Star Wars era comes from Milton Bradley. Sold under the umbrella name of Star Bird starting in 1978, these space age toys are much-prized collectibles, especially today. The Milton Bradley Star Bird (later released as the Star Bird: Avenger) was described on the box as a “space transport” featuring electronic engine sounds, firing “photon beams” and “battle sounds.”...


The ship was truly state-of-the-art for the time, because if you owned two Star Birds they could electronically duel with one other. Or as the box put it: “Fire your photon beams and hit the alien spaceship. Hear distress signals and sputtering engine sounds!” The Star Bird — like Gerry Anderson’s Starcruiser 1, which I recently covered — was actually several starships housed as one. Mounted on the dorsal side of the ship was an “escape pod” and cannon, in case of battle damage. Also, perched on each wing of the large star bird stood a small one-man “interceptor fighter.” Finally, the Star Bird itself could be disassembled to create a smaller fighter by detaching the engine and the cockpit section, and then re-assembling them together without the main hull...