Created and directed by Provoke Films, the animated video for “Boo,” from Atlanta based solo project Moondy makes me wish this year’s Halloween wasn’t already behind us — because what a fitting soundtrack it would be! Part Industrial Dirge, part Psychobilly Rave Up, “Boo” follows a post-apocalyptic gladiator, who looks an awful lot like Trent Reznor, as he does battle against monsters and assorted zombies in the arena of an evil King. Feel the satisfaction as Trent kicks undead ass repeatedly until the only remaining opponent is the king himself. You’ll have to watch to find out what happens next.
“Boo” comes from the Moondy’s most recent album, Puffers, which was released on August 5th, 2014. Buy it at This Link! Enjoy!
Stencil Street Art By Adam Dare, Photographed By Gail on Bleecker Street
On occasion, there will be an article in the paper or on the web about a person who inadvertently falls down an open manhole or (and this is especially fun if there is Video Documentation) who trips and stumbles into a fountain in the middle of a busy shopping mall, because he or she is so enraptured with gazing dreamily at his or her smart phone that they forget to watch where they are going. Hilarious! When I read these articles or see these videos, I am filled with an overwhelming feeling of schadenfreude. Because it is my pleasure to see you injured because you are too brain dead to put your phone down and pay attention to where you’re walking.
Spotted Again on Bowery and 1st Street
Just this past weekend, I was exiting the L Train at 14th street and First Avenue when a women ascending the stairs in front of me decided that the smartest choice to make at the moment was open her phone and hold everyone up so she could check her FaceBook/ Texts/ Instagram/ Twitter/ Emailbefore she got above ground, instead of making it her priority to get the fuck out of the subway, like a normal person. While I’ll admit to entertaining brief fantasies of her tripping and smashing her stupid face on the concrete, as I stepped over her fallen body while she spit out mouthfuls of blood and teeth, that didn’t happen. And that’s probably fortunate, because it would have been a real tragedy if she had taken out an innocent bystander on her way to the ground.
Tonight’s Episode (Airdate February 26th, 2013) : Howl at the Moon
Tonight on Face Off, the eight remaining artists will be faced with two monstrous challenges! Coming off of last week’s elimination, everyone is sad that Alam – who was so normal and easy to get along with – had to be the one to go. Anthony and Meagan voice concerns about their status in the bottom last week, as they know they are now under close scrutiny. In other news, Eric F is rocking a lovely new spiky Mohawk hairstyle! Punk Rock!
As the contestants approach a country house with an attached barn, McKenzie announces she has brought them out here for tonight’s Foundation Challenge, which will be to create one of the most popular creatures ever: a Zombie. Producer Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead) is the guest judge for the zombie challenge; which, appropriate. Her advice for the group is to think of how your particular zombie died, inspiring ideas to create a convincing make up. Appropriately, the models are locked up in the barn, from which they burst forth just like in that iconic scene on Hershel’s farm from The Walking Dead, season two. Everyone loves this feeling of being in the middle of the zombie apocalypse!
But there are so any zombies…too many to have just one model for each contestant, so working in teams of two they will create a horde of flesh eating zombies, applying make up to as many actors as possible. Zombie Horde!
Eric F and Wayne
House and Eric Z
Kris and Autumn (Kris is so not happy about this)
Anthony and Meagan
Teams will work in the farm house using the bare essentials only, and only one team member will get immunity. They have two and one half hours to work.
Anthony’s strategy for him and Meagan is to get as many faces built up as possible so that in the last hour they can just add the paint. Meagan says they have worked it out to “eight minutes per zombie.” Anthony says his objective is that they just need to look “gross and bloody.”
House admits to having done “hundreds and hundreds” of zombie make-ups, so he is ‘in the zone’ with this challenge.
Hey Zombie Kids, What time is it? Yes, it’s time to Eat Some Brains with this crazy new Zombie Clock! This sculpted 3D clock featuring a zombie gnawing on a brain is perfect for zombie lovers, dead or alive.
Sculpted Mantel Clock featuring a Zombie Eating a Brain Details:
Handcrafted with amazing details – a truly artisan piece
Quartz movement – accurate to +/- 1 second per day
Unique: No two are exactly alike – paint details may vary as these are hand painted
Just last month, I finally rented the first season of The Walking Dead from Netflix so I could see what everyone I know has been raving about — and I wasn’t disappointed! This series is the coolest Zombie program since Dead Set (which nobody but me even saw)! Season 2 isn’t on DVD yet, but fortunately I’ll be catching up this weekend (July 7th & 8th) since AMC is having a Walking Dead Season 3 Preview Weekend! If you need to leave the house at all, get ready to set your DVRs to AMC on Saturday, July 7th and Sunday, July 8th beginning at 11:30AM/10:30c each day!
The two-day programming event will feature a marathon of all 19 episodes from the series’ critically acclaimed first two seasons, culminating with a live prime time special, Talking Dead on Sunday at 9/8c. The one-time-only airing of Talking Dead, hosted by Chris Hardwick (Nerdist), will be followed by a never-before-seen black and white version of The Walking Dead pilot episode at 10/9c. The special version of the series’ first episode was created specifically for fans of The Walking Dead, as it holds true to the original black and white comic book, written by Robert Kirkman.
Find out more about the Walking Dead Season 3 Preview Weekend at AMC’s Website at this This Link!
Click on Image to Enlarge for Zombie Slaughtering Detail!
It’s true that Barbie can be in any profession she sets her sights on, so why not a well-trained yet fashionable Zombie Killer? Designed by artist Sarah Anne Langton, you can find out more about Zombie Attack Barbie’s unique mission at This Link!