“Take a picture of J giving me the Pedigree.”
When I was 15 years old, it was the cool thing to go to the movies every weekend. We rarely saw movies, but rather just hung out up there, walked around being loud, stole shit from the record store, and ate at BW-3’s.
One night, it was fucking freezing, and my friend Alan had this shitty digital camera. It was 2001 and digital cameras were like, brand spankin’ new. He said something about how he had no idea what to take pictures of, so my friend Bryan just randomly exclaimed, “Take a picture of J giving me the Pedigree.” Alan took out his camera and I said, “I don’t know how to do it without hurting you.” Bryan slugged himself in the forehead and said something like, “dude, I’ll live”. So, I hooked his arms, jumped up, bent my knees, and slammed his head directly into the concrete. He laid there for a second, Alan said, “got it”, then Bryan rolled over and had this dazed look on his face, but was smirking.
That was 13 years ago and we still laugh about that shit.
"There’s a legend around here. A killer buried, but not dead. A curse on Crystal Lake, a death curse. Jason Voorhees curse. They say he died as a boy, but he keeps coming back. Few have seen him and lived. Some have even tried to stop him. No one can. People forget he’s down there, waiting."
I was so. Hype. When this scene aired. Like, legitimately shook my fists and smiled from ear to ear.
Tonight, me and #Pat The Ref were Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar from Wayne’s World. I counted 110 people who snapped pictures of us. Clearly a popular costume choice! Party on!
#Repost from @themckatcommander:
"Met these two awesome guys at Zombie Walk. They were so nice and awesome. #waynesworld #zombie #zombiewalk2014 #garthalgar #waynecampbell #cosplay #cosplayers"
From the set of Dawn Of The Dead (2004)
Dave Snyder did this background zombie makeup for the 2004 remake of “DAWN OF THE DEAD”. This photo was taken as Dave was removing it from the actor at the end of the day’s shoot.
The maniacal demeanor of #Spotlight will soon be accompanied by the ailing music of “Death Interrupted” by Marty Bates. The team had been using individual themes, but will now be led to the ring by a chorus of nightmares, much like the voices they leave on the minds of all their defeated opponents.
The Birds (1963)
Hell, maybe we’re all getting a little carried away with this. Admittedly a few birds did act strange, but that’s no reason to…
Today is the annual Louisville Zombie Attack, which is the largest recorded zombie walk in the world. In years’ past, I’ve participated, so here are some shots of the different characters I’ve played.
- The Jackal (2009)
- Doctor Shockter (2010)
- Fisherman (2012)
- Rastafarian (2013)
The cage sucks to wear in crowds of people, because everyone, for one reason or another, keeps knocking into it. The fisherman one got a lot of love, but people kept tugging at the heart and it got really annoying by the first hour. Other than that, it’s been a blast, and I’m really looking forward to tonight’s festivities!