Director Daniel Haller’s 1970 cult classic, “The Dunwich Horror,” an adaptation of an H.P. Lovecraft short story, stars a mustachioed Dean Stockwell as Wilbur Whateley, a man with a plan and an eye on a book. The book in question is the infamous and oft-used manual for summoning spirits with black magic, the Necronomicon . Enter Sandra Dee, […]
Happy Birthday Me a 24th Year… Oh, and watch footage from Building: AS220 that was live-streamed on March 24, 2014 (Maybe you’ll catch the back of our heads or something):
There’s a Nicolas Cage Party in San Francisco that needs me… More sketches to come.
*A: “One time when I was on the bus I saw a sign that said, ‘Jesus thinks you’re to die for…’ B: “…And I thought, ‘Oh, that’s clever!’ But, what would you come up with for other organized religions…? Buddha can’t wait to see you again? Brigham Young wishes you and the Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. […]
So I’ve finished watching Futurama on Netflix for the twenty-seventh time recently and have started watching that Zooey Deschanel show New Girl and what should I see a shot of? Could this be downtown Providence where Pine meets Peck St. by Hanley’s Ale House? Cool. Hey, one time I saw Danny DeVito at the RISD Museum and once I […]
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