Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Bruce Campbell - Soup Tycoon

To honor Bruce Campbell's 52nd Birthday (which was yesterday, ooops) Sci-Fi Wire has whipped up some batches of Bruce Campbell's Soup. Okay, so they've actually just whipped up some fake labels for you to print out and put on soup cans at your house. Or as a gag - and waste of ink and photo paper - swing by your local grocer and confuse some housewife who didn't realize the Campbell soup guy's first name was Bruce.

Of course, the Bruce Campbell's soup idea has been around since whenever they made that crazy ass Captain Supermarket poster, but they a pretty spectacular job so it's okay. Plus how can you not like the idea of soups called Gumbo Ho Tep and Bisque o' County Jr?

Honestly, as a total dork, a big BC fan (Bruce Campbell, not the comic strip), a practicing graphic designer, and a guy who saw the poster years ago I'm disappointed in myself for doing these already myself. What was I thinking?!

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Turkaor Soundtrack Series Vol. 1

I recently received a comment from a visitor by the name of Turkaor and in this comment Turk left a link for something called Turkaor Soundtrack Series Vol. 1. I'm a pretty curious dude so I checked it out and it's similar to some of my comps, probably more like the soundtrack sharing posts over at Hard Rock/AOR Heaven. I've gotta say, this thing rules. For example:

1. Megadeth - Crush 'em [Universal Soldier The Return]
2. Scorpions - Hit Between the Eyes [Free Jack]
3. Jeff Scott Soto - Renegade [Bad Jim] - Yngwie called, he wants his singer back.
4. Starship - We Dream in Color [Baywatch]
5. Chris Thompson - The Runner [The Philadelphia Experiment]
6. Mike Rutherford - Making a Big Mistake [Against All Odds]
7. Gary Chapman - Brave Hearts [Ernest Goes to Camp]
8. Mark Boals - Restless Heart [White Water Summer]
9. Michael Been - World on Fire [Light Sleeper](Other Version)
10. Alice COoper - I Am The Future [Class of '84]
11. James House - Born to Race [Speed Zone]
12. Steve McClintock - Maybe Love [Jetsons The Movie]
13. Eric Serra - Guns and People [Subway]
14. Melissa Manchester - Thief of Hearts [Thieft of Hearts]
15. Craig Safan - Never Crossed My Mind [The Last Starfighter]
16. Dwight Twilley - Girls [Sexy Shorts]
17. Dreamers - Kids These Days [Spring Break]
18. The Replacements - Bastards of Young [Adventureland]
19. Raymond Lam - Insufficient Love [Moonlight Resonance]
20. Laura Branigan & Joe Esposito - Come Into My Life [Coming to America]
21. Chris Thompson - Blinded by the Light [Florida Lady]
22. Desmond Child & Rouge - The Night Was Not [Times Square]
23. Corey Hart - Sunglasses At Night [The Challengers]
24. Frank Carillo & Annie Golden - Waiting for Someone [Prelude to a Kiss]
25. Sara Hichman - Sensitive to Light [Arachnophobia]

See. Turk didn't say if he wanted me to share this or not, but I assume so since he sent me the link, so here is the link:

Thanks Turk, if you're out there. I - and I'm sure everyone else would love to see several more Soundtrack Series Volumes from you.

Chinese Newspaper - Master of the Flying Chop Suey Bowl or Chair-Fu

At my job, about once a week we receive a shipment of merchandise that comes wrapped in old, wrinkled up Chinese/Japanese/Indian newspapers. I am obsessed with unwrinkling these newspapers written in a language I can't read and thoroughly looking through them. Why? Because sometimes you find something like this:

Please, any Chinese (or Japanese, not quite sure, the characters look pretty similar to me) wang enlargening spam posters, for once I need you. Well, you or any actual legitimate visitors of my site who know the language. Please translate this for me. I need to know why this dude has beaned this lady in the cranium with a hot bowl of chow mein and then chased her downstairs while wielding both a knife and a chair.

Monday, June 14, 2010

The Big Tits Zombie in Pants Tightening 3-D!

Wow, this one is even more ridiculous, wacky and gory than the Robo-Geisha trailer. Well played, The Big Tits Zombie in 3-D. Well played.

The plot:
Rena Jodo (Sola Aoi) is a stripper who just got back from Mexico and she has been offered a gig at a hot spring resort. When she arrives, she finds a deserted country town. There's hardly anyone in the audience at the strip club and all the other strippers, including Ginko (Risa Kasumi), Maria (Mari Sakurai), Nene (Tamayo) and Dana (Io Aikawa) are all bored stiff. They don't know what to do with their time and they are on the verge of fighting each other.

When they decide to go down to the basement of the club to kill time, Maria finds a "Book of the Dead" near "the Well of the Spirit." But who could have imagined the horror and panic that find would bring? Maria's reading of the book out loud has somehow revived the dead and zombies start appearing all over the world attacking
mankind. It's Hell in the real world!

Dana and Nene are bitten by the zombies and they turn into living dead who attack Rena and Ginko. The poor big‐bosomed babes have no choice but to fight against Maria who now rules the zombies and tries to establish a kingdom of zombies. Rena and Ginko have to challenge Maria and the hordes of zombies! And how does the Blue Demon Devil (Minoru Torihada) fit in?

First Robocop, Then Robo Vampire...Now Robo-geisha!

From the makers of Machine Girl and Tokyo Gore Police! Fans of wacky, ridiculous, gory Japanese crap - and possibly people with a lactation fetish should take note. My copy should be here tomorrow. And If you're wondering, I'm a fan of wacky, ridiculous, gory Japanese crap, not the lactating thing. Geisha Chainsaw!

Available now at an near you.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Macabre Movie Poster Madness - The Bloodening Part 2: Lost in New York

This is a bit of a sequel to a post I made on Space Bastard, back when I was still trying to run two blogs at once. A site that might hold a world record for Chinese wang enlargement/other non-wang enlargening medication spam comments. Seriously, this is just from one post.

Levres de Sang (Lips of Blood) - 1975. Directed by Jean Rollin

Blood Orgy of the She-Devils - 1972. Directed by Ted V. Mikels. Also known as Female Plasma Suckers. I didn't think you could top Blood Orgy of the She-Devils for a movie title, but I think Female Plasma Suckers might have done it.

Blood Beach - 1981. Directed by Jeffrey Bloom. This is a fairly awesome Italian poster that I had never seen until I was searching for posters for this post. The immature side of me would like to point out that this poster says both "tit" and "anus" on the upper left corner.

The Bloodeaters (Toxic Zombies) - 1980. Directed by Charles McCrann. I'm not exactly sure how one would eat blood. Drinking it, of course, but eating it? You'd have to make some ice cube blood popsicles, or use it like strawberry sauce on a sundae or something. But then blood isn't really a dessert, I guess it'd fall under the condiment category.

Taste The Blood of Dracula - 1970. Directed by Peter Sasdy. If anyone is interested, I'm considering cleaning this one up and bumper stickerizing it.

I hope you've enjoyed this installment of Macabre Movie Poster Madness. I'm planning on getting back into post more of the stuff I posted at Space Bastard, i.e. Posters, Trailers, Stupid old Ads featuring hockey legends hawking BB guns. You know, for kids.

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

I. Ron Maiden - Free El Dorado Single Download

I thought the fellow Maidenites that visit my site might be interested in this. The band is offering a free download of a new track called El Dorado from their forthcoming album The Final Frontier. Just head to their official site and click where it says to click. If you're in the US be sure to click the link that says US fans, I couldn't get the other page to load but the US page loaded right away. You'll have to sign up with your email address, but you don't actually have to opt to receive any newsletters or anything like that. I just used my standard junk mail/newletters I signed up for to receive something for free email address.

Tuesday, June 01, 2010

How To Destroy Angels - Free s/t EP

I thought some of you might want to check this out. How To Destroy Angels is a group formed by Trent Reznor and his wife Mariqueen Maandig and they've released their 1st EP today. You can download it for free from the How To Destroy Angels site.

If you're interested in Lossless files, you can get them, plus an HD video for The Space In Between for $2.

1. The Space in Between (3:34)
2. Parasite (5:04)
3. Fur-Lined (4:00)
4. BBB (3:31)
5. The Believers (5:36)
6. A Drowning (7:02)


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