Monday, June 23, 2014
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Compiled deep in the Felch Galaxy in the year 2069, "Spaci" has fallen through a cosmic worm hole and landed on this blog. "Spaci" is 69 minutes long, a kind of space-exotica to bring you far-in.. and send you way out! "Spaci" includes only the spaciest music by Karl-Ernst Sasse, Dick Hyman, Peter Thomas, Bernard Hermann, Jean Jaques Perry, Alain Goraguer and many others. To download "Spaci" (for free!) you must pay a visit to our good fiend Dr. Penis (aka The Purple Zombie DJ) over at his blog here!
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Friday, October 18, 2013
Here are a few brief clips from the creepy, surreal and underrated witchcraft horror movie "Eyes of Fire" (1983), directed by Avery Crounse and aka "Cry Blue Sky".
"When America was young and Spirits of Evil reigned in a Forest of Darkness"
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
This is a clip from Cheng Hou's 1977 movie "Shaolin Invincibles" (Chinese title: "Yong zheng ming zhang Shao Lin men") starring Carter Wong and featuring the amazing, ass-kicking gorillas! Does it get much better than this? I ask you?
Monday, July 15, 2013
Jeff Krulik has just made available via Youtube the original, uncut version of the great little documentary short "I Created Lancelot Link". Shot back in 1997 (but released in 1999) by Krulik and Diane Bernard and edited by Mark Zuckerman, the short was sliced up like a banana split for the extra's doc feature on last year's "Lancelot Link: Secret Chimp" remastered DVD release by Film Chest. Film Chest did do a really nice job on that DVD compared to Image's earlier DVD release which was much darker and washed-out looking. But they should've just included "I Created..." as an extra unto itself instead of cutting it up and burying it within the DVD extra's own doc. At the very least they should've made it accessible with a chapter stop. In this day and age there's no excuse for that. One gets the feeling that the makers of the DVD's own doc were trying to reap the benefits of Bernard and Krulik's hard work themselves. Jeff was also the one responsible for pointing out to them in 2004 that Tonga, the star chimp who played Lancelot, was actually alive and well and living in an animal sanctuary (not that he received any credit for that discovery).
Okay, enough monkey-poop flingin'. Let's get swingin'! In the words of Ed Simian, "It'll be a really big shoooo-oooo-ooooooo!"