My Movie Review of "Buffy The Vampire Slayer" (1992). Starring: Kristy Swanson, Donald Sutherland, Paul Reubens, Rutger Hauer, Luke Perry, Hilary Swank, Paris Vaughan, Michele Abrams, Randall Batinkoff, David Arquette, Stephen Root, Natasha Gregson Wagner & Candy Clark.
Written By: Joss Whedon. Directed By: Fran Rubel Kuzui.
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Pre-order Today: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08... A princess, an alcoholic vampire, and a honey badger walked into a bar… Actually, it was more of walking out of a bar. Let’s start from the beginning.
Once upon a time, there was a knight in not so shining armor who harmed more damsels than he saved, a kidnapped princess being held for ransom, a depressed unicorn searching for love, an alcoholic vampire with just a slight drinking problem, and a honey badger who was a bit of a party animal living in a world of fantasy. They must come together to battle vegan goblins, thwart the plans of trolls (that only speak Deutsch), listen to a group of passive-aggressive gnomes, and save a group of really baked tree elves in order to bring the princess home.
Sort of late Morning today. But hey! Join me for a 5 minute drawing challenge warm-up. A good exercise before starting a full day drawing. Grab some coffee, Get those creative bones warmed up with me or just watch me scribble like a mad man. You can send a picture of your 5-minute drawing to scattered_ca[email protected] and I'll showcase it on the following episode.
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Vampires, Sacrifice, and the Cult of the Bulls. The Minoan Civilization was an advanced seafaring empire that flourished in the Mediterranean 4 millennia ago. The term "Minoan" refers to King Minos, who was associated in Greek mythology with the labyrinth and the Minotaur (head of a bull and the body of a man), which is usually identified with the site at Knossos, the largest on Crete, which according to Homer, once had up to 90 cities.
This episode is from our last Podcast of Spooky Month, featuring one of the most Spooky SCPs that we have ever covered. This SCP is many, it is Legion, it wants your blood! Join John and Goose as they do a deep dive into the lore of SCP-2191. This is from our 19th episode on Soundcloud linked below, as well as a short description of the SCP.
"Description: SCP-2191 is a temple complex located within the dense Hoia Forest of Romania. The first two floors of the structure hold a close resemblance to Eastern Orthodox monasteries commonly found in the region. This is suspected to have been a deliberate effort to disguise the true nature of SCP-2191. Thracian and Dacian architecture have both been discovered in the lower levels of the temple complex and artifacts belonging to the Cucuteni-Trypillian culture have been recovered from the system of tunnels that makes up the lowest known portion of SCP-2191. The caverns of SCP-2191 are not thought to have formed naturally and were likely constructed ca. 4800 to 3000 BC." ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
The Double Feature Drive-In brings the experience of the drive-in straight to you. With retro trailers, and intermission ads together with 2 feature classics.
Now Playing: 2 Vampire horror film classics, "The Return of Dracula" & "Slaughter of the Vampires". Retro Shorts include "The Little Rascals- Spooky Hooky (1936)", and "Betty Boop - Halloween Party (1933)"
The Return of Dracula (1958) - Directed by Paul Landres, with Francis Lederer, Norma Eberhardt, Ray Stricklyn. After a vampire leaves his native Balkans, he murders a Czech artist, assumes his identity, and moves in with the dead man's American cousins..
Slaughter of the Vampires (1964) - Directed by Roberto Mauri, with Walter Brandi, Graziella Granata, Luigi Batzella. On their wedding night, a newlywed couple find themselves menaced by a bloodthirsty vampirer.
Happy Halloween!! We wanted to bring you some light-hearted Halloween shorts coupled with some classic vampire films to bring in the holiday! Hope you enjoy them. Let us know if there are films you want to see next.
Drive-In Intro Retro Halloween Commercial The Little Rascals- Spooky Hooky (1936) The Return of Dracula Betty Boop - Halloween Party (1933): Intermission Commercial: Slaughter of the Vampires Good Night and Drive Safely
And if you get the chance, Join us for drinks and movies as we sit down to share our thoughts, opinions and funny rants on the movies we enjoy on our show... the Drunk Review.
As Miyu suspected it turns out her best friend is a Shinma bred just for killing her. Larva is separated from Miyu & forced to deal with a Powerful Tengu himself while Miyu is left to confront her friend alone.
Chisato has a Brother she failed to mention who has come home after being away for a long time. Miyu discovers his secret right away, he is a Tengu (or Bird Demon), but does that mean Chisato is one as well?
When 3 Shinma Oni Brothers show up to a strange small Village existing in it's own pocket reality to cause trouble, it draws Miyu & Reiha both there as well. Things were always heated or bitter cold between Miyu & Reiha but after this encounter it will be much worse.
Miyu meets a girl at school that everyone avoids & is invited to her house. There she senses a Shinma's presence & decides to investigate more. In another twisted story of love tragedy strikes once again.
There is an old saying that if you love an object intensely that you will breath life into it & when a Doll Maker that makes lifelike Dolls invites a young aspiring Protégé to live in her home also falls in love with the same Doll strange things happen. Quite possibly the strangest love story yet...
A young Chinese Exorcist girl comes to Japan looking for revenge on the Shinma that killed all those close to her. At first she mistakes Miyu for a Stray Shinma but realizes soon after she isn't. They work together to hunt the Shinma that has a taste for Spiritual people.
Miyu & her friends travel to a small town that is almost as old fashioned as Miyu is. They get separated when Miyu chases after a Shinma & Chisato ends up at a strange shrine being watched by a small boy. But there is also a stray Shinma hiding in the Town.
Flashback to one of Miyu's past encounters decades before the events now. Miyu enters a small Traveling House in the Mountains & happens upon an acquaintance. Reiha is a somewhat troublesome girl that is seemingly as Cold as the ice in her veins, she is a Snow Demon after all & carries a strange smart mouthed doll. Miyu has a past with her & because of that she will not Hunt Reiha unless she crosses the line (which she often tests). They both have come to deal with a Shinma that is behind many Travelers disappearing.
Miyu continues to try & fit in without standing out & is slowly making friends, much to Larva's dismay who warns her. One of her friends at school asks her classmates over & Miyu discovers the House is Haunted by an unusual Shinma & one Larva knows from the past.
Miyu might seem a little strange but to most would appear to be a normal young girl. But she is in fact is well over 200 years old. She is a Guardian sent to hunt down stray Demons or Shinma that prey on Humans. Together with the help of her Partner the former Shinma Larva they seek out & destroy the monsters.
Miyu enlists at a school to pose as a simple highschooler because that area where the School resides is full of Shima for some reason. So she will assume a temporary role in the school until her mission is done there.
1960 A stripper is horribly disfigured in a car accident. A brilliant scientist develops a treatment that restores her beauty and falls in love with her. To preserve her appearance the doctor must give her additional treatments using glands taken from murdered women. if you would like to support the page please check out my sponsor https://dashboard.honeygain.com/ref/CHONLF13
The hard drive with the original film files crashed so this will be the best edit I can provide.
Motor Alley was a tiny, popular Rockabilly venue on one of Kenosha's main strips. Their booking person was able to book some great talent, both local and national, as seen here.
The quality of this video is pretty sketchy it was one of my first attempts at multicam. But goddamn it was fun.
Equipment Left Cam - Canon T-i on a tripod guarded from a fall by a stranger. Goodness does exist, ey? Center Cam - Zoom Q3HD. This is essentially a kick ass audio unit with a point and shoot 1080p attached. Left Cam - Canon HFM40. GREAT LOW LIGHT RESPONSE! The sensor is really fantastic. Editing done on Kdenlive version 9.X and Audacity 2.3.2
Genuine is not actually a vampire in the film, but rather a vamp (succubus) who uses her powers of seduction to torment and control the men who love her. There is a bit of surprising nudity in the slave market sequence. The plot utilizes the old it was all just a dream-type ending, as the proceedings are revealed to be a dream suffered by a man who falls asleep while reading a scary book. Genuine (original German title: Genuine, die Tragödie eines seltsamen Hauses; literally: Genuine, the tragedy of a strange house) is a 1920 German silent horror film directed by Robert Wiene. It was also released as Genuine: A Tale of a Vampire. Director Wiene created Genuine as a follow-up to his massively successful 1919 film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, using the same writer and cinematographer who had worked on the earlier film. Production designer Cesar Klein even returned to contribute his bizarre Caligari-like imagery to the film.
Nosferatu is a 1922 German Expressionism horror film, directed by F. W. Murnau, starring Max Schreck as the vampire Count Orlok. The film, shot in 1921 and released in 1922, was an unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker's Dracula, with names and other details changed because the studio could not obtain the rights to the novel