Hello my creeps.
I have to say I’ve had one of the strangest dreams to date.
All pertaining to shots/vaccines by health care providers.
The dream was urging people to get a shot to prevent some sort of disease.
Of course, a few rebels decided to go without the shot and try to figure out what was within these vaccines.
What they found out was that it wasn’t a vaccine at all, but embalming fluid of some sort.
They were preserving us while we were alive!
And those that had the shots were programmed and well preserved “zombies” in a sense that were controlled by mass media to hate each other until no one could have an intellectual conversation what-so-ever. (that isn’t not too far-fetched now is it?)
This embalming fluid was the cause of the over population problem as science took it too far to test a theory and now no one will die. Causing massive issues, panic, and terror.
It caused the end of man kind.
I want a slush puppy and a large fry. Have a good night.
– Mercy Desdemona.
I must share with you my obsession with Night Gallery. This sequel to the television series, Twilight Zone (although not as epic as Twilight Zone), has always been one of my personal favorites. I’ve always been a fan of all vintage horror television series. It’s so interesting how the tales of horror and such pertain to certain aspects of current living.
It’s as if in mysterious tales they predicted the future. It’s quite uncanny and makes you think. That’s one thing I love in this world. If a film or t.v. series can really put your brain to work — it’s worth it. That is what we’re missing in today’s television and films.
Enough about that, into the review. I must say I enjoy the narration of Rod Serling:
He comes along after the theme song walking along a bunch of unusual paintings. The paintings usually have part of what the short story will be about. Serling’s introductions are quite intriguing and get you interested in the tales for the evening. My favorite episode would have to be from Season 2 — The episode entitled: Question of Fear and also the Class of ’99 which stars my ever so favorite, Vincent Price.
Although these tales are of horror, mystery, uncertainty and more… it gets deep within your soul and triggers deep thought. I’ve always been inspired by shows like Night Gallery, Twilight Zone, Outer Limits etc. Always peaked my interest as a child and even more so now as a young adult. Although, Twilight Zone the Original Series will always be my favorite — the cheesiness of Night Gallery holds a special place within my heart. I thank these shows for inspiration for my writing, my confidence in being the twisted individual I am, and my music.
Blood & Guts,
I always love a good B-Movie. My boyfriend and I are completely obsessed with the 1991 film, Winterbeast. Mostly, because it makes our brains feel like home. I first stumbled upon Winterbeast when I was a little kid. I remembered that I used to imitate the dance of the crazy Inn Keeper. Most recently, my boyfriend and I watched it and the whole time it brought back odd memories of my childhood.
This film is honestly, only for a select few to enjoy. If you sit through this film and laugh, enjoy it, and can relate to all the fucked up shindigs that go on – Congrats. Winterbeast has chosen you.
To be honest, this film deserves a video review which my boyfriend and i will be happy to post when it’s finished.