Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Horror Bunny



Don't be scared, Horror Bunny loves you! He just wants to snuggle your blood.

Happy Halloween!

Sunday, May 8, 2011

Alien



Older work.

Alien is probably my favorite movie of all time. I first saw it when I was 7 years old when my father went to the video store and asked an apparently insane person to recommend "movies like Star Wars" to watch with his kids. It scared the living crap out of me, and I loved it. And because of that... here is a happy alien on a trampoline.

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Brundlefly



Older work.

Brundlefly from "The Fly," 1986. "I'm an insect who dreamt he was a man and loved it. But now the dream is over... and the insect is awake."

Friday, May 6, 2011

Twilight: Old School New Moon



Older work.

Since Rifftrax did commentaries on them, I have seen the Twilight movies. (And I am like totally team Jacob, cuz like, whatever, Edward.) But when Twilight came up as a blog subject back in the day, I had to go for the ORIGINAL. I'm talkin' Twilight: New Moon from 1941. Lugosi and Chaney in their glory days. Don't bother looking it up, or trying to watch it. All prints were lost. Just trust me.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Cookieee



Older work.

Cookie Monster is the coolest guy ever. If you don't agree, you're simply wrong. This was done for a "Jim Henson" theme from the old work group blog.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Bravestarr



Older work.

Eyes of the Hawk. Ears of the Wolf. Strength of the Bear. Speed of the Puma. These are the magic powers of a native american space cowboy lawman with a cybernetic bipedal talking horse deputy-- who he sometimes saddles up and rides around on-- constantly at odds with an evil outlaw alien space zombie and his band of robots, mole people and jackal men. If you've seen the show, you know that's the plot. If you haven't seen the show, those are clearly the fevered ramblings of a hobo on fistfulls of peyote. And therein lies the genius of Marshal Bravestarr.

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Turkish Star Wars



Older work.

Turkish Star Wars, AKA The Man Who Saves The World, AKA Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam, is one of my favorite B-Movies of all time. Technically, calling it a B-Movie is probably giving it more credit than it warrants, but I feel what it lacks in production value it more than makes up for in weird, crazy Turkishness. If you ever get a chance, watch it. Just be careful not to whistle wrong. Skeletons are listening.