So if Universal Halloween Horror Nights sucks this year -- it kind of did last year, but was awesome the one before that -- I think I'm going to take a break next year. I was looking through their Wikipedia entry and it seems every few years or so, they base the entire thing upon Horror movies that have been released that year. As last year's Wolfman sucked, so did its associated HHN. This year they seem to have gone back to the basics, so I've got some high expectations. One staple they always do is a nice stretch of zombies - some 'dead' World War II soldiers, Zombiegeddon, and thjis year there's Zombie Gras? I giggled like a little kid. Watch for ErnieCam pics!
Cassandra Peterson is an American actress best known for her on-screen horror hostess character Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. She gained fame on Los Angeles television station KHJ wearing a black, gothic, cleavage-enhancing gown as host of Movie Macabre, a weekly horror movie presentation. Her wickedly vampish appearance is offset by her comical character, quirky/quick-witted personality, and valley girl-type speech. The Elvira character rapidly evolved from obscure cult figure to lucrative brand-name and "Mistress of all Media," spawning countless products throughout the 1980s and 1990s, including Halloween costumes, comic books, action figures, trading cards, pinball machines, Halloween decor, model kits, calendars, perfume, and dolls. She has appeared on the cover of Femme Fatales magazine five times. Her popularity reached its zenith with the release of the feature film, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark in 1988. But unlike the Delaware Dingbat, Elvia is indeed a witch... except with bigger tits. Which you can see here, if you like (NSFW)
Hey big E, wanted to add my two cents to this spinning bullet thing. Seems to be a lot of chatter about it on the Mythbusters forum. I'm not an expert on ballistics but I've fired my fair share of guns. The bullets they were shooting were solid copper, non-expanding bullets so when you ask why didn't they deform, they just may not under the proper conditions. Being from Wisconsin, what I do know about is ice. I have ice fished as early as November 2nd and as late as April 19th and I've seen just about any type of ice there can be. When ice first forms it is rock hard solid and glass like. If these guys were to have shot at first formed lake ice that was 6 inches thick with those bullets, I don't think they would have scratched it and look out for the damn ricochet, it would come off of there fast. Late ice, in mid to late April, and the bullet would have went clean through 18 inches of the stuff. What they were shooting at is mid winter ice that had snowfall on it that had to be scrapped or shoveled first. When snow sits on ice, the suns rays can penetrate the snow but stop at the ice, or slow down because of the density difference. There's a layer here were melting will occur under the snow and create a 2 to 4 inch layer of 'snow ice' between the real lake ice level and the snow. This is what you saw fly up when shot. There was a cushioning layer there before the ice that slowed the bullet down just enough for the ice to ricochet it back just enough to keep it near the camera and keep it spinning. I think with all of the variables you could have with the ice this would be difficult to duplicate, especially with Jamie and Adam being in California and limited access to lake ice. My vote - 'Plausible'. Long live EHOWA. John.
Keep this book in mind the next time you're sawingyour way through a nice ribeye, while the hippie in the next table orders a soyburger: The vast majority of soy at your local market is not a health food. 91% of soy grown in the US is genetically modified (GM) soy that is contaminated with large pesticide residues. The genetic modification is done to impart resistance to the toxic herbicide Roundup, so they can spray it over the soy plants to improve crop production by killing the weeds. This is solely meant to increase farming efficiency and provide you with less expensive soy. In other words, cheap as opposed to healthy. Yes, there appears to be a darker side to soy than you might imagine.
Not to be outdone by the NFL, the NHL tries to get some attention with the old busted camera trick.
Ernie, Have you seen this or do you know the background story? The undertaker calls out Brock Lesner after the fight? Intense stare down between the two. Craig in Wisconsin
Eh, I think it's all just bullshit hype. Next thing you know Lesnar will be guest hosting a night on the next WWE Raw. But uh, how do I say this politely... when the hell did Blake Lively get her tits done? They look bellicimo!
term life insurance and the undead.
i know somebody who should be wearing metal bracelets.
ebonics? "somebody bout to get dey ass beat..hummmmm who you think won.?"
twenty pictures of audrina patridge, beers with mr. belding and ms. meena the sexy ny giants girl.