Beware! Once again, the archives have been unburied, and the hideous horrors unleashed! For your entertainment and edification pleasure, of course. Members of the League of Tana Tea Drinkers dig six feet deep to find their past misdeeds...and reveal them to you, one post at a time!
Love Train for the Tenebrous Empire shows her love for cats and catnip with Night of a Thousand Cats. "NoaTC" is a movie about a millionaire playboy named Hugo who lives in an old monastery and picks up chicks in his helicopter in order to collect their severed heads, feeding their remains to his room full of cats. That's it--for sixty-three minutes. But... that's really all I need.
Attentiondeficitdisorderly Too Flat sends along its Blog of Blood entries for Clive Barker's Books of Blood, in which I read and reviewed one of the short stories from Clive Barker's Books of Blood collection every day for a month. Plenty for readers to sink their teeth into. So to speak.
Yours truly decides to take the easy way out and skips SAW IV. What would Roger Ebert do? Would he ignore a film just because he was squeamish? Sure, why not? I decided to review Hiruko the Goblin instead. Spidery goblins ripping off heads is so much easier to watch than that creepy Billy the puppet wheeling around on his squeaky tricycle anyway.
The Drunken Severed Head must have had a slow day; here's his interview with robotics engineer Laura Wong. She isn't even an evil robotics engineer. The robot that I have designed that I'm most proud of was actually three of the same robot-- I created a "swarm". Swarm robotics is relatively a new field of robotics which allows multiple robots to cooperate and communicate within a group.
This week's photo courtesy of Dr. Macro's High Quality Movie Scans.
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