*from HorrorFreak News:
“[Cry Little Sister] is a must-watch, epic horror mashup, one that seamlessly edits over 200 genre favorites into 5 absolutely thrilling minutes that left me breathless! The video is set to a heavily electronic remix of Cry Little Sister from The Lost Boys soundtrack and includes samples of iconic horror quotes that complement the lyrics perfectly. What’s more, this skillful audio/visual collage is clearly organized into chapters: Werewolves, zombies, slashers, and more.”
♫♪♫♪ Cry, little sister (Thou shall not fall) ♪♫♪♫
♪♫♪♫ Come to your brother (Thou shall not die) ♫♪♫♪
♫♪♫♪ Unchain me, sister (Thou shall not fear) ♪♫♪♫
♪♫♪♫ Love is with your brother (Thou shall not kill) ♫♪♫♪
WORD CRIMES is a general send-up of people with poor grammar.
“If you can’t write in the proper way / if you don’t know how to conjugate,” “maybe you flunked that class / and maybe now you find that people mock you online.”
He eventually delves into some brief grammar lessons, so you might actually learn a thing or two about parts of speech by listening.
Welcome to grammar class
Today we’re learning about semicolons
Oh, oh, oh
Yes, Lonely Island?
We use semicolons everyday
Can you give me an example?
Oh, hell yeah
Get ready for a whale of a time: Shamu
My whole team coming clean: shampoo
These dudes is comic relief: Whoopie
And I’m the motherfucking monster: cookie
When you see me better cross the street: Frogger
Then go home and write about it: blogger
Did I do that? Urkel
Yo Angela, Who’s The Boss? Merkel
I’ll take you where you’ve never been: Oxnard
Then make you suck a bulls’ nut: ox nard
If Miss Moore married Josh: Demi Brolin
A comma and a fucking dot: semicolon
We run these streets: stop lights
All eyes on me: spot lights
Each semicolon brings us closer to the top
I’m loud and I’m zipping around: jet ski
Your dick is little like Wayne: Gretzky
But Gretsky’s got a big dick: clarification
Everyone was rude to me: Paris vacation
My stomach’s getting fat: food
Leave trash inside my car: rude
You’re acting all Machio: Ralph
But I’ll eat all you cats: Alf
We run the game: umpire
Always chase the night: young squire
These semicolons are my light inside the dark
It’s right under your nose, semicolon: mouth
Opposite of north, semicolon: south
Right over your home, semicolon: attic
Hooked on semicolons, semicolon: addict
We got the game on lock: toy chest
You’re too big for your clothes: boys vest
You know we out of control: no brakes
Your birthday party sucked: no cakes
When it comes to punctuation
You know we’re number one
And to the people of every nation
Feel the power of the semicolon
We rest our case
No actually those are examples of colons
You all get F’s
American Horror Story has introduced me to voices and music that I might have never found on my own. Florence and the Machine is the band that does the AHS theme, and they’ve done a lot of the songs you hear in the background of both seasons one & two.
Hannah Peel is the owner of that haunting voice you heard in some select AHS promos and trailers. That version of Tainted Love that got under your skin, (in a good way), that was Hannah Peel and only a music box! You’ve heard that, right? Here…
See! Didn’t I tell you? Now, add that voice behind a montage of ‘Tate & Violet’ moments… you’ll be queuing up Netflix just to see “I’ll wait forever if I have to…” Awww… tear…
This season, wow.
It hasn’t even begun, but I heard a short clip and started searching!!
House Of The Rising Sun is an awesome song to begin with, but I thought I’d heard my all time favorite cover (of any song) when I listened to Walking Dead’s version. (Long before the AMC zombie series, there was a band named Walking Dead. Never made it big, but I loved them ((nothing to do with my crush on the bass player, I swear)). If I ever talk to ‘said bass player’ again, I’ll try to get you a copy.)
Enough of my ramblings… I’d love it if you listened to this cover. Lauren O’Connell has a voice that you’ll never forget. I’ve subscribed to her YouTube channel, she has a lot of quality material. Check her out!
DON’T FORGET, SEASON THREE OF AMERICAN HORROR STORY BEGINS –
October 9th on FX at 10:00 p.m.