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Taco Hell Revisted

Posted in Fun Stuff with tags , , , , , on May 30, 2009 by Sahkmet

See my past post here.

The Last Man on Earth

Posted in Fun Stuff with tags , , , , , , , , , , on May 2, 2009 by Sahkmet

Amongst Vincent Price’s best preformances. Very nice movie.

Now to make it fun parodying his unforgettable scene.

Fabio. The Most Beautiful Man in the Cosmos.

Posted in Fun Stuff with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 23, 2009 by Sahkmet

Oh baby.

I can’t believe his muscles are real.

Apparently he was mostly some 80’s-90’s supermodel for Romance novels, and has also written some. My GOD, I mean seriously, this man has no neck!

Not to mention his boobs. *snickers*

But somehow I still find him on some sort of level of attractivness. I’ve always been attracted to the buff men…but his level of romantic cheesiness scares me from fully proclaiming that I have the hots for him. Just…just look! His nect, his face, his…hair…Looks like Mufasa.

What’s been going around in my house first was picking on Yanni *he stole the song Baker Street* Then it was that plus Klaus Nomi. *freaky now-dead singer*. Now I’ve added Fabio, and maybe I’ll do a picture with all three of them in concert. 😀 Ha. Ha.

Fabio is really fun to make fun of. He take shimself seriously and makes fun of himself all the time.

Enjoy his indulging videos.

How about a parody?

House: Awesome Show

Posted in Fun Stuff, News Updates Other Than My Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 22, 2009 by Sahkmet

House. My favorite show on TV now.

Besides Taxi and M*A*S*H* my favorite shows that are on are Hell’s Kitchen and…House. House is awesome. My kind of show.

I love the drama, the music, the characters working together…Dr. House…amazing.

It also has advanced lighting techniques and that sort of feeling that makes it crisp, blue and classy.

IMDB information on House, which the show is updated and you can watch on Hulu.

Nosferatu 1979

Posted in Movie Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 5, 2009 by Sahkmet

Nosferatu The Vampyre, or in the original German Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht. 1979 remake of the horror silent classic Nosferatu.


Today, being home alone, I decided to finally utilize my time and popped in the VHS tape of the English dubbed version of this movie into the VHS player and watch this version of my favorite horror Nosferatu. Sure, I got what I expected but also what I did not expect and a very unique approach to the camera work.

Because of so many opinions about this particular German/French movie, I shall give you small review-points for selected movie-goer viewpoints:

Vampire/Gothic movie counisurr: The film fulfills it’s purpose of using the vampire-temptlate in a state of purpose as vampires were intended: evil creatures of the night, former living, filled with the lust for blood and sexual desires, intelligence and supernatural powers, and the yearning and story of wishing for death as an immortal and the sacrifices of being undead. I would recommened this movie for giving a most perfect story outlining the true basis of vampires.

Viewers who are comparing this to the original: This film takes much artistic liberties at times in the film. It elaborates very nicely the original scenes, while ommiting many, changing their importances and sometimes seem to rush it. This constantly displaces these types of viewers, not to mention the plot of some characters into something not from the movie. *i.e. staking the vampire added in and a few smaller scenes, while Harker’s surprise ending and the loss of the chase-scene for Renfield.* This is definitly an interpretation, emulating and moving in a different direction than the first one. Fans will also really, really appreciate the erotic blood drinking scene. I garuntee it.

Movie-going people: This film has some somewhat questionable editing of the scenes, confusing a little and seemed displaced. However it looks like you have to be in the right frame of mind to call it ‘very good cinematography’. The music is very, very 70’s.Other than all this the setting is gray, eerie, creepy and gothic.

Twilight fans: This film will either make your shallow minds hate it because you don’t understand…or will open them up to a newer and more mature, serious light for what the word ‘vampire’ really means. It’s way more than just a sparkily pretty boy. In real folklore, they were downright ugly at times. And killed you. They were like animals. And no sparkles.

Well, I think that sums up most of the audience who would watch this besides average people.

Here are some links and clips to get your senses pumped for this whirlwind of a vampire film!

IMDB profile with offical information.

Klaus Kinski plays one hell of a Dracula.

The Saddest, Coolest and Thoughtprovoking Animation Yet

Posted in Fun Stuff, Movie Reviews with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 2, 2009 by Sahkmet

I give you, utter musical beauty and a meaningful animated clip.

Here is the beautiful ending of the French animated film Le Roi et l’oiseau, *The King and the Mockingbird.* I was lucky to watch the movie when it was on youtube, but no more. I highly suggest watching this masterpiece. It took several decades to make, has a beautiful score, and an anti-tyrannism message.

Who says cartoons are not works of art?

Keep An Eye Out for Milk Powder

Posted in News Updates Other Than My Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 31, 2009 by Sahkmet

As you may have known, China has been really messing things up with cheap labor and crap for us and the rest of the world. There was tainted dog food, a few years ago there was lead poisoning in Mattel, and only recently Melamine in powdered milk, from China, killing and hurting their own children eating it. Please watch this and keep a look out for any food, from China, that has any thing with the words of powdered milk or dry milk.

Also remember the E. Coli in the spinach at Michigan, the big tomato Salmonella scare in the summer of 2008, and now the Peanut butter tainting.

Make sure you are aware.