We all have guilty pleasure songs so I’ve decided to share 4 of mine with you!! XoXo – Mercy
When you come in from outside and see some random people cleaning your living room and you have no idea who they are. And that’s the cue to hide in your bedroom while you sacrifice your boyfriend to make sure these people aren’t serial killers and in fact just trying to clean our living room so they could win a car.
This is a silly jam out video that my love created when his pals were up for a weekend. My love is the one on bass, my brother on the black drum set and his friend on another. They were just messing around. I was talking in the background with his other buddies. But, I have a feeling I’ll be in the next jam out video.
Today I’d like to share a favorite past time of mine. I adore anything historical or vintage! I have to say I inherited that from my dad. I remember being around 9 or 10, and our area had a power outage either do to a winter storm or a fallen line. Naturally, we started up our kerosine lamps and nibbled on cookies around. My younger brother and I would always try to read or write and contemplate what it would be like to be living in the era when electricity was first put into houses! Could you imagine?
My dad came into the room and it was the first time I laid my eyes on a Victrola.
Image found on Google Images.
At first, I didn’t know what it was and my dad explained to me that we were going to be listening to some classic records. When I say classic, I mean way back near the early 1900s. We have a copy of Cal Stewart’s comedy recordings from 1901! I have to say I don’t remember if I laughed as hard as I did that night ever again.
From Google Images.
It had to be the most interesting thing to me! I don’t know why! I just loved the sound quality and the corny jokes. The way you heard the fuzz on the recording. It sounded so genuine to me. This is what brought my love and obsession for records! That day the power went out!
Cal Stewart was born in 1859 and died in 1919. He was a pioneer in vaudeville and early recording works.
Here’s one of the sides of the record to share with you creeps. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
My boyfriend and I apparently summoning the demons within.
Good Evening Creeps.
Remember when we were kids and wouldn’t sleep with the closet door open? Well kids, its most likely because of this guy:
This little fella is the guy that is living in your closet. Not to be confused for the pedophile behind great-grandma’s fur coat. We start off in the film by seeing people talking to their closets because they hear a noise. Then, they get taken in and eaten by the fella posted above. A reporter is complaining about only writing obituaries, so he tries to get a bigger story. He pursues the murders going on around the town. He meets up with this kid named, Professor whose mother is a biology teacher which the Sheriff thinks is just some crazy broad. The crazy broad is friends with this neat professor fella that wants to try to stop having the monster killed. In the end, they had to destroy closets because the monster kidnapped the reporter and it looked something like this:
^ Still a better love story than Twilight
And in the end, without further investigation to see if there were more monsters in any closets — people were instructed to rebuild their closets. I love this film because of it’s cheesy nature. It’s clearly dear to my heart and I remember that I now have to purchase it. What I like about this film is the dialogue is cheesy as an Ed Wood film (Plan 9 From Outer Space Cheesy). I like this because it fits it so goddamn well you couldn’t picture it with serious dialogue. This had to be one of those films where the actors and actresses in it couldn’t take the script seriously. I would die laughing if I had to try to keep a straight face while acting this out.
I give it 5 Cheeses.
Sorry for this short and pathetic review — Must get to working on my stuff for a casting call.
All images of film were found on google search.
Blood & Guts
– Mercy Desdemona