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The Smile of Derek Fletcher
 
Hello, It's one from the archive. Henjoy El Rey
 
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17-Apr-2011 Ricardo El Rey
 
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Odd Essay
 
Gooooood moinink It's here again. A nostalgic little tale. Henjoy! Adios El Rey
 
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17-Apr-2011 Ricardo El Rey
 
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Frankenstein and The Flood
 
And to the the bona fide saints amongst you congratulations on rmaking it through another year of immortal notoriety. I have beed working on a two sunday Stories this week but neither are ready. And will all due respect I would not dream send of sending you lot stuff that I consider to be sub standard. Therefore I have attached a childrens poem I wrote about 18 months ago. In keeping with the spirit of Halloween (thee most important festival of the year) it is a classic horror story. I have been told by parents who have read it that it is too scary for kids. But what the hell do parents know? I've also attahed a poem that I recorded as part of a song with Razor Dog. It's suitably irreverent. Thanks to everyone who attended my Spooktastic gathering last night. To quote the immortal words of Donald Shoenstien aka 'Boon' it was 'Unbelievable. A new low. I'm so ashamed.' So Tally Ho me pals and palesses "Be afraid. Be very afraid" (Veronica 'Ronnie' Quiafe.1986) Adios El Rey x
 
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17-Apr-2011 Ricardo El Rey
 
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Blogs
 
Angles - The Strokes
 
God knows how many google pages an ardent royalist would have to trawl through before finally getting to worldheadpress.com in a search for the royal wedding.
 
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29-Apr-2011 Thomas McGrath
 
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Monster Coloring Book
 
Instead of permanently marring the images with my Crayolas, I spent many hours honing my burgeoning drawing skills by recreating the likenesses of my favorite late night beasties documented within its pages.
 
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28-Apr-2011 Scott Stine
 
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Chris Mikul
 
Author, Bizarrism: Strange Lives, Cults, Celebrated Lunacy and The Eccentropedia: The Most Unusual People Who Have Ever Lived.
 
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19-Apr-2011 Chris Mikul
 
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Famous Monsters Buttons
 
What self respecting Universal Monster fan could resist such groovy pinbacks?
 
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15-Apr-2011 Scott Stine
 
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Kapow! Comic Con 2011
 
In April 2011, the Business Design Centre in London was host to the first Kapow! comic con, a two-day event organised by sisters Lucy and Sarah Unwin. The intention was to bring the US comic convention experience to the UK.
 
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10-Apr-2011 David Kerekes
 
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Bright Eyes
 
Due perhaps to their practising at once the easiest and hardest of art forms (who doesn't know a handful of chords? and a bunch of words?), great poetic songwriters tend to be fidgety sorts.
 
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08-Apr-2011 Thomas McGrath
 
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Beaver Street Photobook
 
For sixteen years Robert Rosen worked behind the X-rated scenes of such porn magazines as High Society, Stag, and D-Cup. Here is a picturebook record of that time. Mature viewers. Contains audio.
 
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07-Apr-2011 David Kerekes
 
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Robert talks Beaver
 
In his investigative memoir for Headpress, Beaver Street: A History of Modern Pornography, New York journalist Robert Rosen recalls his experiences in the adult magazine, film and video industry, analyzing the quick changes in the field in the last thirty years. Kate Copstick and Jamie Maclean from Erotic Review interview Rosen about the impact of cruder tastes, cheap technology and freely available online videos on the porn business.
 
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06-Apr-2011 David Kerekes
 
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Trashfiend Sample Pages
 
Click on the images to see sample pages from the book Trashfiend: Disposible Horror Fare of the 1960s and 1970s by Scott A. Stine. PDF format.
 
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01-Apr-2011 David Kerekes
 
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Scott A. Stine
 
Author, Trashfiend: Disposable Horror Culture of the 1960s and 1970s
 
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01-Apr-2011 David Kerekes
 
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Monster Stationery Pad
 
This odd little piece I recently discovered while rummaging through the disheveled stock of a local used magazine store, having never seen one before or since.
 
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01-Apr-2011 Scott Stine
 
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Creepy Jigsaws
 
I still remember when, at about the age of six, I caught sight of my first two (and for several decades, my only two) Creepy Creatures jigsaw puzzles at local variety store Wigwam.
 
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01-Apr-2011 Scott Stine
 
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Trashfiend extracts
 
A loving look at “disposable” horror culture from the 1960s and 1970s. Over two glorious decades the horror film waged war on good taste, exploiting every taboo and bursting every envelope along the way. TRASHFIEND is the definitive guide to the chaotic, creative and endlessly entertaining golden age of horror cinema. Scott Stine (author of The Gorehound’s Guide to Splatter Films series) shines a fond but satiric light on everything from low budget horror films to grisly comic art, lurid movie magazines to late-night creature features, campy monster toys to exploitive poster art.
 
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01-Apr-2011 Scott Stine
 
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