The Fog: Expanded Edition

October 15, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Just got this cd in the mail, so I wanted to re-post the link.  Absolutely amazing to have all the missing cues from this amazing soundtrack.

The Seagrass Attack was one of those Holy Grail tracks I’ve lamented about for years and years – now I finally have it.

Not sure what I’ll lament about now.

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Neighborhood Decorations

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I am a little disheartened that the majority of homes in my neighborhood haven’t decorated for the High Holiday.  Nuthin’.  Literally nothing.  Just the house around the corner with the tombstones, and one other house near that one has some lights.  And my neighbor has a circle of small ghosts.  But blocks in either direction – nothing at all.

What’s that all about I wonder…

Everyone else seeing a normal amount of Halloween decorations?

Just curious.

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Ars Sonor

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Nature

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All night
in and out the slippery shadows
the owl hunted,
the beads of blood

scarcely dry on the hooked beak before
hunger again seized him
and he fell, snipping
the life from some plush breather,

and floated away
into the crooked branches
of the trees, that all night
when on lapping

the sunken rain, and growing,
bristling life
spreading through all their branches
as one by one

they tossed the white moon upward
on its slow way
to another morning
in which nothing new

would ever happen,
which is the true gift of nature,
which is the reason
we love it.

Forgive me.
For hours I had tried to sleep
and failed;
restless and wild,

I could settle on nothing
and fell, in envy
of the things of darkness
following their sleepy course--

the root and branch, the bloodied beak--
even the screams from the cold leaves
were as red songs that rose and fell
in their accustomed place.
 
 Mary Oliver  

 

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The Devil’s Cemetery

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I love the classic gag of recognizable tombstone names.  There’s a house around the corner from here with Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger, Dracula, and Jack the Ripper, all buried within inches of each other, in a small garden cemetery.  An Unholy place for sure.

Though the horror fanboy in me always has the knee-jerk reaction “How DARE you claim to have these icons BURIED right here!”



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The Davis Mausoleum

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Some great shots of the rebuilt mausoleum.





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Bleeding Masks

October 13, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

We saw a Bleeding Pumpkin mask at a Walgreens tonight.  So I looked it up on youtube to see it in action.  Could only find the Scream version, but man is it cool.  You pump the blood through a tube which runs down the arm into a weird little soft heart that you squeeze over and over again in your hand.

Where were masks like this when I was a kid?  Though that certainly would have ended in complete and utter disaster.

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Objects In Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear

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Image by Der Krampus.

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Colors Of Halloween

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The Haunt of Don and Monica Riney.

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They Live, We Sleep

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A new guilty pleasure, the group Lazerhawk.

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