Wednesday, December 10, 2014


And here we are again for another December and as a sort-of tradition for this blog, here be my Holiday wish list for this year. Please don't be weirded out by some of the entries. I am a nerd of multiple (and sometimes, unfocused) interest!

1. Movies (Some titles I wanna see right now...but can't cuz i have to wait due to legal reasons): 

a. Billy Club (2014)
b. Don't Go To The Reunion (2014)
c. Charlie's Farm (2015)
d. The Drownsman (2014)
e. Cub (2014)
f. Among The Living (France, 2014)
f. Jurassic World (2015) *squeee!*

2. Toys and Collectibles (You don't stop playing when you grow old, you grow old when you stop playing! ripped from Emgo the freakin' Geek)

a. Transformers Generations Deluxe Windblade
b. G1 Transformers Wheelie
c. Transformers Generations Unicron
d. Beast Wars Silverbolt
e. G1 Transformers Megatron
f. Monster High Robecca Steam
g. Either an Emmet or a Princess Unikitty LEGO mini-figure
h. Puppet Master Six-Shooter replica

3. Books and Comics (Some reads to pass the time.):

a. I Know What You Did Last Supper by Wayne Williams and Darren Allan
b. Mammoth Book of Slasher Movies by Peter Normanton
c. Zombie Movies: The Ultimate Guide by Glenn Kay
d. Lenore The Cute Little Dead Girl by Roman Dirge (any of the Trade paperback)
e. Slashermania by Russell Hillman and Ron Joseph
f. Sabrina Online: A Decade of Black and White by Eric W. Shwartz
g. Draw More Furries by Jared Hodges and Lindsay Cibos
h. Teenage Wasteland/The Slasher Movie Book by Justine Kerswell (why do you evade me, book?!)

4. Miscellaneous (other etc.)

 Either a pet hedgehog or a ferret.

 I'll name the hedgehog, Prickles

and the ferret, Frankenfurter


  1. "Don't Go To The Reunion (2014)"

    I bought a copy... from eBay. I haven't got to it yet, due to my chronic laziness.

    "I Know What You Did Last Supper by Wayne Williams and Darren Allan"

    Okay, this sounds fucking awesome, and I am definitely going hunting for it.

    Slasher novels... I just ordered a new one called Under the Blade (http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51yQmXXqEkL.jpg -- http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51Mkev8KCWL.jpg)

  2. Hi Herman,0
    I`m a big fan of your blog so here`s some sugestions of movies:

    Lost After Dark: great 80`s homenage, cool killer

    The New Family: upcoming slasher with an original and creepy promise!

    Condado Macabro: slasher film from Brazi, appers to be very gory

    and now my christmas present to you:

    Shock Diversão Diabólica: very rare slasher film from Brazil (again) with creepy killer. Very tense in parts

    1. Wow, these suggestions look awesome and thanks for the rare slasher! I heard of Shock but I never have much luck getting my hands on a copy...until now!

      Thanks again! 8D

  3. Slashermania came out this year, and I got physical and digital copies. I could give you a download link to the latter provided you have an app or a program (anything that can open .cbz and .cbr files) to read it with (and, well, aren't morally opposed to comic book piracy).

    1. I'm sure I can pull something off that doesn't oppose comic book piracy! Link away, my Canadian brother!

    2. http://www.mediafire.com/file/fsagi9ikyie33vj/Slashermania.cbz

      I've been scrounging around for a while now, here's everything else I've bought or downloaded, in case you're ever interested (and because, hey, might as well share, because otherwise what's the point of obsessively compiling all these together?):



    3. oh, hey! thanks! Now if only I could find a CBZ reader that doesn't double as a worm...

    4. Oh, yeah, I probably should have brought that up, it's, like, the main format to read digital comics with, so there's a lot Trojan horse shit out there...

      Always on the lookout for more to add to the collection, which can be kind of wearying, since searches tend to get clogged up by Hack/Slash (which I'll probably add one of these days) and a recent comic that's actually called Slasher (despite that, it doesn't seem to be one).

    5. Hehe...Trojan Horse shit...nice one!

      Anywho, no worries! It turns out if you got Zip, you could just extract the images into a single folder and use whatever picture viewer you got to, well, read them. I have to admit, though, I only enjoyed four (well, five including the manga, but I already covered that so...) titles from your extensively large stash. Not sure how to feel about Hack/Slash as, while the one shots are good, the series just felt a tad too "90s horror adventure teen TV series" for me, and I am not a fan! (Buffy the Vampire Slayer? I like you more as a horror-comedy movie!) Angel? More like...uh...um...your cliffhanger ending sucks!)

    6. I was initially a big fan of Hack/Slash, but then the premise got waylaid and things got weird and chaotic.