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NOTE: This was the first Netflix post that I ever wrote (that’s why the format/tone is different). Netflix has changed so much since then that much of this isn’t applicable. I’m currently writing a new series of horror posts, all of which will be linked to at the top of this page. I’m not changing most of this particular post though.

Man, that’s an unwieldy title. I was going to write a post about my all time favorite horror movies, which I may still do, but then I thought about how I’m an instant gratification kind of girl. I’ve read lots of lists like that online and I usually skim them and then move on because that’s that. This way you can go check these out immediately. Just click the titles to be whisked away to the movies.


Return of the Living Dead 2 (1988) (not currently available)
The Return of the Living Dead is amazing and also sometimes available on streaming. I didn’t even know until a couple of years ago about this pseudo sequel to that movie. It’s even more goofy. It stars many of the same actors from the other film but in completely different roles.

Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
This is definitely a cheesy favorite from my childhood. While it seems (to me anyway) that being afraid of clowns in general is ridiculous there is something very evil about the ones in this Chiodos Brothers flick. They look totally awesome too. There is a reason that over 20 years after the films release you can buy the masks in some Halloween stores.

Pin (1988) (not currently available)
A creepy movie about a guy who grows up thinking a dummy is real. Totally creeped me out as a kid.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) (Not Currently Available)
“All I want to do is graduate from high school, go to Europe, marry Christian Slater, and die. Now it may not sound too great to a sconehead like you, but I think it’s swell. And you come along and tell me I’m a member of the hairy mole club so you can throw things at me?”

I was a huge fan of the original movie growing up. It’s funny and oh, so 90s. Keep your eyes out for Paul Reubens’ awesome scene. Stars Kristy Swanson, Donald Sutherland, Luke Perry and David Arquette.

Witchboard 3: The Possession (1995) (Not Currently Available)

I always rented rated R horror movies for my sleepovers from about ages 10-14. I would just pick out whatever looked the most disgusting/disturbing. I remember watching these Witchboard movies and thinking they were fucked up. Oh and we always used to play with Ouija boards. The trailer looks sufficiently awful.

The Dead Hate the Living (2000) (Not Currently Available)
I read an article about the making of this low budget flick years ago in Fangoria. It’s surprisingly good. It’s about real horror being unleashed on the set of a no budget horror movie.

Dead and Breakfast (2004) (Not Currently Available)
This is goofy zombie movie with singing and Jeremy Sisto, David Carradine and Diedrich Bader.

Stan Helsing (2009) (Not Currently Available)
So, this is not what I would call a good movie but it’s so bad I found it fun. It’s in the vein of the Scary Movie series. It stars Kenan Thompson and Diora Baird. Don’t forget to do the drinking game.


Yes, I’m a big Bruce Campbell fan so I’ve seen almost everything he’s been in.

The Evil Dead (1981)
I’m sure if you are a horror movie buff you’ve already seen this but here goes. Yes, this was the movie that Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell made in a sort act of movie passion through grit and determination. You can read all about it in his book, If Chins Could Kill. Plot? You know, teens, woods, demons. I would love to be able to have Army of Darkness up here which is my favorite of the 3 Evil Dead movies but it isn’t currently streaming.

Alien Apocalypse (2005) (not currently available)
This was a Sci-Fi channel movie starring Bruce and Renee O’Connor. It was a sort of giant bug take on Planet of the Apes. It’s regarded as a really bad movie and even Bruce Campbell looked at me like I was nuts when I cheered at it’s mention at a convention one time. There is some funny stuff here. Plus you get to see Autolycus kiss Gabrielle!

Man with the Screaming Brain (2005) (not currently available)
Over the top, filmed in Bulgaria and co-starring Ted Raimi. I don’t think I need to explain the plot, just look at the picture.

My Name Is Bruce (2007) (not currently available)
This is a film starring a satirized version of Campbell himself where he has to be a real hero. I am a fan but it’s best for those who are big BC fans because of the in jokes and general feel.

Yes, Clare Kramer, of Buffy fame has done a couple of decent horror movies.

The Thirst (2006) (not currently available) (Not Currently Available)
A film about drug addicts who become blood addicts. Definitely original. Also stars Adam Baldwin, Jeremy Sister, Matt Keeslar and Tom Lenk.

The Gravedancers (2006) (not currently available)
This film was part of the After Dark Horrorfest series (many which were terrible). Old friends return home for the funeral of one of their gang. They get drunk, do something stupid and horror ensues. Also stars Dominic Purcell.


Night of the Living Dead (1968) (Not Currently Available)
Although Romero recently lost his way since moving to Canada he used to be a genius. No matter how many times I see the granddaddy of zombie movies if it’s on TV I can’t turn it off. Of course the creepiness factor was upped by the factor that for much of my life I’ve lived about an hour and a half from where it was filmed and down the street from an old cemetery. My other Romero favorites are Land of the Dead and Diary of the Dead.

The Exorcist (1973) (not currently available)
A little girl is possessed and acts wretched. I didn’t watch this until the theatrical re-release in 2000 because it seemed lame to me. Of course I got it after I saw it. My mother hates horror movies and cites this as one of the reasons why. She said my father took her to see it on one of their first dates and she was totally grossed out.

Carrie (1976)
Carrie is about a telekinetic high school outcast who snaps. It’s definitely one of those movies that makes me uncomfortable. Stars Sissy Spacek and John Travolta.

The Amityville Horror (1979) (not currently available)
I didn’t even check out these movies until a few years ago because it didn’t seem scary to me but I was wrong. The film is based on a true story about a real haunted house. If you have a million bucks laying around and want to go insane and kill your family you can buy the real house since it was put back on the market this year. Pass on the remake with a ripped (as usual) Ryan Reynolds which was fairly bad. James Brolin stars.

A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)/Wes Craven’s New Nightmare (1994) (Both are not currently available.)
One, two, Freddy’s coming for you. / Three, four, better lock your door. / Five, six, grab your crucifix. / Seven, eight, better stay awake. / Nine, ten, never sleep again

I don’t care how many awful remakes they make Robert Englund will always be Freddy to me. There are the only 2 on streaming and they happen to be my favorites. You know Freddy is the serial killer who can only kill you in your dreams but you can’t stay awake forever. In New Nightmare the actors from the first film play versions of themselves but Freddy is tired of being fictional and comes through to the real world.

Beetlejuice (1988) (not currently available)
Yes, it’s a PG rated kid’s movie but you don’t know how cool I was when I played it at my 5th birthday (lol). But seriously Beetlejuice was awesome. Michael Keaton was spot on as this gross guy Betelgeuse who is a bio-exorcist (he exorcises the living). The film is by Tim Burton and also stars Geena Davis, Winona Ryder, Jeffrey Jones, Catherine O’Hara and a disconcertingly hot, young and nerdy Alec Baldwin.

Child’s Play (1988)/Child’s Play 2: Chucky’s Back (1990) (The second is not currently available.)
Chucky was an ugly doll who would, pardon my French, fuck your shit up. He was actually infused with the soul of a serial killer. My favorite of the series is Bride of Chucky which is goofier.

Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1992) (not currently available)
The classic story that was true to the book and gorgeous. Gary Oldman plays Dracula to perfection. Also stars Keanu Reeves, Winona Ryder, Cary Elwes and Anthony Hopkins.

Candyman (1992) (not currently available)
Candyman was up there with Bloody Mary in terms of carnage to our young minds back in the day.

Interview with the Vampire (1994) (Not Currently Available)
“I longed for death. I know that now. I invited it. A release from the pain of living. My invitation was open to anyone. To the whore at my side. To the pimp that followed. But it was a vampire that accepted it.”

Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise and Christian Slater, at their most virile, biting each other while dressed in finery, what more could a girl want? I think I watched my video of this about a million times back in the day. I’m also a huge fan of Rice’s book series. Too bad she told me on Facebook that she will never go back to writing them.

I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) (not currently available)
“Oh, you got a letter? I got run over! Helen gets her hair chopped off, Julie gets a body in her trunk, and you get a letter? That’s balanced!”

Teenagers accidentally kill someone and then a year later they start getting murdered. Originally I wouldn’t have watched this movie with someone else’s eyes. It seemed to be the kind of preppy crap I abhorred. (I was a freshman in high school when it was released). I later watched it and found out it was pretty fun. It’s based on the Lois Duncan book. Duncan was popular when I was young but I gravitated more towards Christopher Pike.

Stigmata (1999) (Not Currently Available)
I have a feeling a lot of people haven’t seen this movie but I’m a big fan. Patricia Arquette stars as an atheist, hair stylist who gets the stigmata. Also stars Gabriel Byrne, Nia Long, Enrico Colantoni, Portia de Rossi and Patrick Muldoon.

Saw 6 (2009) (Not Currently Available)
Watch this and get caught up before the new Saw 7 (in 3D!) comes out this Friday. I have grown to be a big fan of this sick series about the jigsaw killer. Most people agree that the first was very good but then it becomes divided into two camps, the ones who wished they’d stopped at 1 and the other who wish they’d never stop. I used to be in the middle. I’m still not crazy about the 2nd film but otherwise I’m a pretty big fan. If you want torture porn you can always pop one of these in. I really love that Costas Mandylor became a fixture of the series as I’ve always had a thing for him. Follow one of the stars, Tanedra Howard, on twitter.

*Last Updated October 2013*


Gay Boys Kissing


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So awhile ago I was horny and looking at a bunch of these clips on YouTube and thought it would be a shame not to share. There’s more to it than that though but feel free to skip my life story and just watch the hot guys. I’ve been accused (unfortunately the accurate word because of the place where I live) of being gay multiple times. Things like being a subscriber to Maxim and explaining to someone how the song I Kissed A Girl is appealing because I have are just some of the things that have given people pause. FYI: If I were gay, I’d have a girlfriend not be alone.

Anyway, I’m something else that is probably harder for many people to wrap their heads around. I’m a fag hag. I’m not a cute, cuddly Grace type fag hag. I’m more of a Karen who would egg you on to kiss a guy.

Although I was a fan of The Rocky Horror Picture Show (thanks Dad) and was always fond of things like that it wasn’t until I saw Velvet Goldmine when I was 15 that the light bulb went off. ‘Guys in love and making out are totally hot’. I knew I had to see the movie because it starred two of my crushes, Ewan McGregor and Christian Bale, but I didn’t know that it would be so amazing (and introduce me to tons of artists like David Bowie and Oscar Wilde). I was totally into it. I made all my friends watch it and if they expressed an interest in it I’d buy then a copy for themselves. I had a DVD player but I had to own it on DVD and VHS just in case something happened to one of the copies. I even got into reading the slash fanfic about it. I haven’t read fanfic in years but yes, I did subscribe to some newsgroups, lol.

It wasn’t long before the US version of Queer As Folk came out and I had a new addiction. Yes, an over the top sex filled soap opera about gay guys, fantastic. Luckily my best friend in high school also shared my love of QAF so she and I would discuss the adventures of Brian and Justin together.

Since then I’ve come to love most movies about gay guys or even the occasional inferred but not really there gay moments between characters (man I wish I could find that video of Angel and Lindsay from Season 5 of Angel). Enjoy!

Velvet Goldmine
(where it all began)

Queer As Folk Pilot

The Velocity of Gary
I was a fan of Thomas Jane long before Hung thanks to this flick. This isn’t my favorite kiss (can’t find that one on the net) between he and Vincent D’Onofrio in the flick but it’s still very good.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show
I didn’t think Tim Curry was sexy in this but I was always rooting for him.

Party Monster

Awesome movie, the second clip isn’t hot but it really shows you how good the flick is.

Dude Where’s My Car
I saw this at the theater and cheered when they kissed. Yes, I’m a drama queen.

Hedwig and the Angry Inch


Interview With A Vampire

No men (including heterosexual men) could resist Mango the male stripper’s mojo. Mango later said he was married yadda, yadda which was lame.

Total Eclipse

In & Out

Gods And Monsters

The Sum of Us

Original Sin

How I Met Your Mother


Young Americans

Actually a girl, The L Word’s Katherine Moennig, but she’s dressed in drag, so he doesn’t know that.

The Lair
Apparently this is a show about gay vampires! I haven’t seen it yet but I do have it in my Netflix queue.

stars Roswell’s Brendan Fehr

Satan’s Alley-Tropic Thunder

The Reward’s Yours…The Man’s Mine from 1969

I can’t get these to show up here but just click on the URLs to view them.
The Rules of Attraction

My Own Private Idaho

Brokeback Mountain

I Love You, Man

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You may know that I love the makeup line Lime Crime. Xenia makes some very vibrant makeup. For the next 48 hours she is having a Mystery Sale. The great thing about this sale is that it features a variety of items. Both lipsticks and eyeshadows are on sale. To shop just click the pictures below.

in Countessa Fluorescent


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Yes, this is another post about Halloween costumes. As someone who plays dress up as much as possible, I sort of wish I could dress everyone for Halloween. Even though I think I know what I’m going as, I still can’t stop looking at costumes. I happened to notice many that were on sale so I had to share. They are sale items so they may be limited in sizes. I even included a couple of men’s and dog costumes for fun. The price point is $21 and below with many things in the $10-$20 range. FYI: If you pick out something from you can use code creepy10 for 10% off. There are other codes out there but I can’t seem to get them to work.

Off To See The Wizard

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I Am The Law

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Fairies, Bugs and Bees

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Dr. Jones

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Way Back

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Hot Dog

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Down the Rabbit Hole

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School Days

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Drink the Worm


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I thought this would be something short and fun to post on a weekend. I didn’t post it before now because I had been drinking for a couple of hours before it was recorded it and I know I don’t look all that hot. I think I look like I should be on Cops, in fact. Anyway, when my sister came to visit for my birthday her boyfriend and I said we should all go out to the bar but my sister had a cold. So we were just chilling at home watch Party Down and I got the bright idea that we should drink these little bottles of Mezcal that my aunt gave me last year when I visited (they were attached to shot glasses which she knows I collect). Someone gave them to her after they took a vacation to Mexico. I should have been less worried about the worm and more worried about the taste. It tasted like lighter fluid, ugh. I would rather do shots of 151 (again) than drink this stuff. My birthday is on Memorial Day so that’s why we had the red, white and blue lei’s.

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