Archive for August, 2012

Netflix screaming… err…. streaming

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

 

I have a day off to relax and unwind. So, what should I watch? Maybe this:

 

 

Or maybe this:

 

 

Currently, I am working my way through all the episodes on the Monster Talk podcast that my friend introduced me to. The Cthulhu one is great!

 

Looking at this makes me realize that I need to come up with a cool logo for my site.

 

 

 

Spare some change?

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

I just haven’t had time to update my blog lately. When I have a day off I am trying to chat with some friends about filming a trailer for my horror movie script. Or discussing a Horror Host show with another friend. Working on my some story ideas I have floating around. Hammering out the plot points for a weird little comic I want to do. I just have to find the time, energy and discipline to keep going on all the projects I have on deck. Of course, it might help to concentrate on just one for now! For now, I really want to get my script finished. Then get some of it down on tape or film, edit it and then find someone to back us. Easy enough, right?!?! If we get it done, I am thinking of putting the trailer up on idiegogo or kickstarter for completion funds.

 

I want your skulls

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

It is so nice to share your life with a crafty person. I am always finding cool things online that I would most likely just throw my money at. Lucky for me, Leah says we can do it at home for much cheaper.

The latest project we tackled is so simple and easy, even I couldn’t screw it up! I came across some skull shaped sugar cubes that would look great in my coffee mug, which is shaped like… you guessed it… a SKULL. Leah said that we could easily make those ourselves. Amazon had a good selection of candy molds, so we had no problem finding something to suit our needs.

Leah had the great idea of adding some vanilla extract for added flavor, and it gave the skulls some neat weathered effect as well. And let me tell you, they taste great in my morning cup a’ joe. Head on over to her blog for the very easy recipe and details.

 

 

Leah take some pretty pictures!