Separation of Fun and Play

January 9, 2010

So we have sort of officially launched Pomfolio, and my portfolio is being organically created at using the String Theory theme and a couple of plugins. I like it, it does what it says on the box. Plus, this is the first time I’ve aggregated all the various stuff I put online in one Read more >>


July 28, 2008

I’ve always felt this was by far the best arrangement of this song – I like the Zombies version a lot too.

Danse Serpentine

April 24, 2008

Danse Serpentine Lumiere Brothers, c. 1899 Hand-colored

Happy Halloween!!!

October 31, 2007

With the wildfires last week, I’m afraid I reserved my internet bandwidth for obsessive news refreshing, work, and over-diligent cupcake planning for the IF Show on Saturday. So it’s been awhile since the last movie post. I knew when I started this endeavor that I’d save this movie for last – it is easily Read more >>

Defining October

October 21, 2007

Thanks to Metafilter, I’ve discovered possibly the greatest six minutes of cinema in the history of October movies. It has everything. Zombies, Burton-landscapes, Vincent Price narrating, and the horror of all Edgar Allan Poe works. “Vincent” by Tim Burton, Narrated by Vincent Price.

The House on Haunted Hill

October 17, 2007

I’ve been trying to post this one for a couple of days, but my net connection is on a journey of self-discovery, so whatever. You haven’t had enough Vincent Price yet this October, so here’s today’s disturbing dose. Bonus fact: this haunted house was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. [flash][/flash] The House on Haunted Hill Read more >>


October 12, 2007

This film was a surprising gem in a stack of $1 horror DVDs I had purchased – I found myself alone one night during a raging Midwestern thunderstorm, so I settled in with a bottle of wine and a sketchbook and soon found myself ignoring both in favour of John Carradine’s performance as Gaston. The Read more >>


October 10, 2007

Today’s scary movie (and a good idea for a lunch break) is Nosferatu, originally released in 1922, and just as horrifying today as it was then. If you’re a fan of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, this original film adaptation is a total treat. [flv][/flv] (click here to view this film in a pop-up window while you Read more >>