*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) ♫♪♫♪
Watch what happens when Scott Rogowsky and Akilah Hughes secretly record peoples reactions as they ride the subway with brilliant mock book covers. I love every single thing about this!
The Buzzfeed article and this video led me to the original Taking Fake Book Covers on the Subway YouTube video –
The Book They Said Could Never be Filmed…
It’s been about a year since I reviewed the book The Bighead by Edward Lee – (see review HERE). I had heard rumors at the time about there being a movie adaptation in the works, but anyone who’s read the book knows that a movie of this book would be very hard to make/release!
…the more I read, the more convinced I became – convinced that the film cannot be done! At least, not in regards to the book!
This graphic sex, rape, bodily fluid, and scat filled book was enough to literally make me nauseous – almost losing the battle once or twice!
If you haven’t read the book, then the movie might turn out to be one of the best horror / torture porn movies since the original HOSTEL. But, movie goers who did read the book first – they’ll be expecting #MurderPorn/#TorturePorn, and nothing short of Bighead’s descriptive culinary experiences will abide. It’s going to be a rough road for director Michael Lee. As for the fans – it’s hard to say… ~ Shadow Girl 5/18/2014
As luck would have it… someone shared my post with Michael Lee, and he was awesome enough to chat with me about it. (comments, updates, and links are all posted HERE).
I just messaged Michael to get permission to share a video with you, and he’s still up for doing a little Q & A with yours truely – YAY!
You gotta love my Michigan Madmen! So… yes, you heard me correctly – ‘share a video with you’! It’s time to put the kiddies to bed, put away the snacks, and grab your huggy pillow to watch
“This is our initial cut of the flick, while it is a bit rough (in more ways than one), we wanted to share it with our fans as thanks for all the support! Hope y’all enjoy it, and remember to hide the kids before watching!!” ~ Michael Ling
“Death Bonds” gives you love, pain, sacrifice and compassion.
How can horror embody those things? Well, it can.
McKinney managed to come up with a story where he mixes lovely images with gore.
This is a dramatic reading of the first thing Jerry McKinney ever wrote… it got me right in the feels!