Busch Gardens Tampa Entertainment Director Scott Swenson spends 60 seconds giving you an insider look at Busch Gardens Tampa Howl O Scream’s new haunted house, Dead Fall.
Disney has released some limited run print on demand shirts based off of the Haunted Mansion. They are only for sale until September 14, 2014. These are a little too cartoony for me, but I’ll bet many fans of that style will love this.
Dig Me, Vampira was like nothing that had yet appeared in television’s brief existence. Premiering on April 30, 1954, it became an instant hit in the Los Angeles area. Then things exploded.”
Boing Boing has an excellent article about Vampira and her career. Read about it here.
Now would be a good time to remind you that Patricia Quinn (Magenta) is one of the guests at my Doctor Who convention. The room block is over 90% sold out and many VIP packages are sold out or low in stock so you’d better register quickly. (Patricia Quinn was also in Doctor Who.)
MAC Cosmetics just announced a Rocky Horror Picture show collection to be released online September 29th, in-stores October 2nd at MAC Stores Only.
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show kicks off the celebration of its 40th anniversary in wild style with an untamed M∙A∙C collaboration, featuring an outrageous collection of hues and products specially designed to recreate the looks of your favourite characters from the 1975 cult classic film. Transform yourself into a sex-swapping mad scientist, heroic newlywed, alien from Transylvania or even the time-warped Riff Raff, with an orgy of colour worthy of any midnight mayhem at The Frankenstein Place.”
More details about each item can be found here.
GUYS. The new Stoneburner is out!
Get it here.
Stoneburner is the solo project from Steven Archer that combines tribal fusion electronic dance music with experimental sounds. Steven Archer is a multifaceted musician, artist, and writer. He is best known in the music scene for Ego Likeness, a dark electronic rock band that he started with his wife in 1999. Stoneburner is his vision of the music and philosophy of Frank Herbert’s “Dune” book series. It fuses traditional organic instruments and vocals from all over the world with modern electronic dance music in an attempt to tap into the books technological-tribal aesthetic. His hope is that the project will do justice to the novel’s vision of Arrakis and it’s warrior inhabitants.