About a month old, but if you like films where Jack Nicholson makes you feel good, want to see Kate Winslet in a horror flick or see a different Side of the West Story these 3 previews should do the trick! Here’s more on the fun!
If you still haven’t decided on your Halloween costume, might I suggest something biblical? Joseph doubles as Moses, so that’s two for the price of one.
Grave Addiction has photos of “cemeteries, haunted places, abandoned buildings, and historical parks” for your Halloween experience. Just pretend “historical parks” wasn’t in the description and hoo-boy, the scares are coming.
Read or listen to ghost stories over at The Moonlit Road. Sadly, the audio is RealAudio.
Curse Of The Omen … and other Hollywood Hexes (not including the terrible scripts that ended the Poltergeist series, that wasn’t actually a hex, just really bad writing).
Assassinations foretold in Moby Dick, including Leon Trotsky, Martin Luther King Jr. and more. Amaze your friends with this exciting knowledge.
Learn useless info about the terrorist attacks of 9/11 simply by folding money. It’s just that easy!
This site processes old film found in cameras. Some go as far back as the 1930′s. If you can ignore some of the comments for each picture, you may like the site better.
Omeufrigo has pictures of refrigerators from around the World. The one from BC opens to the left, is that common?
Boulder Cannon: shoot the cannon at boulders of course.
Way too many IE Browser Shells out there. I subscribe to PC World and was checking out the Oct 05 issue on Firefox & IE plugins/add-ons. They listed Netcaptor as a Firefox plugin (you may need a customer # to see it- it says “NetCaptor 7.5.3 This utility suite lets you align browser tabs at the top or the bottom of apps. In addition, its Address Tools offer you cached versions of pages and quick access to Anonymizer.com for trackless browsing.”- even though it’s an IE browser Shell ?) Anyways, I stumbled upon a list of other SHELLS and cracked when I saw Foxie (nice shameless URL address) and FireFoxIE. Bunch of crap hacks…
Purportal‘s a useful place to visit if you want to check various databases to see if what you’re reading/seeing is real or a hoax. Snopes, CERT and the CIAC Hoax Database are used as are a couple of others.
The Heliman Adventures title is a bit misleading. More like Don’t Crash the Heliman Into the Wall. That’s not even remotely as catchy though.
Freemasonry Watch, yet another in the long line of amazingly horrible website designs crossed with conspiracy.
The Unknown Movies reviews a ton of quality (and some just plain terrible) flicks.
I don’t care for the controls in Metal Ages, but it’s a different side-scrolling shooter.
Dai Andrews: Sword Swallower shares a bit of the history behind his act.
The Pumpkin Gutter does some pretty amazing work, unlike my simple “draw on a pumpkin with a marker” yearly routine.
I still don’t understand why you can’t talk about occult-related consipiracys involving the government and have a well-designed webpage too. The batting count is up to 0 – 3,000 by now. Long County, Georgia is my latest find.
Currently making the rounds: Kubrick 2001: The space odyssey explained. Thanks to Gary for the heads up.