During the evenings are best to interact with me personally. Normally, I spend all night and morning creating these blogs. You may even catch me at night, while blogging at the same time. It's really a matter of TIMING. Enjoy!
|Posted by Anna H. on October 21, 2017 at 6:35 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Some of you may be wondering why I didn't share this much sooner. Over this summer, I managed to come across this lyrical video by the Gothic Horror band, Others. Others is mostly a Horror-Punk band.
Throughout these last 3 years, I have shared some of Others' songs. In addition, I have been sharing SOME of my previous October blogs around social media for those, who may have missed them within the last 1-3 years.
For Throwback Thursday, I re-shared a Song Saturday blog, which featured Others. However, I can't believe I overlooked the band's lyrical video, "Heart Of Darkness." "Heart Of Darkness" was recorded for the 2015 film, Tales Of Dracula.
Wolfbain Productions' Tales Of Dracula On DVD Trailer: (2015)
The producer of Tales Of Dracula shot the 2015 film in black and white, in order to give it that Classic Horror appearance and is in tribute to Universal Studios' Dracula.
What is Tales Of Dracula (2015) about?
Tales Of Dracula is about the king of vampires (that being Dracula) returning to his native soil and his castle in the Carpathian Mountains, which is in Romania. Dracula returns to regain his strength.
While being in the Carpathian Mountains, The Dark Prince hunts for a new bride to do his bidding. Dracula chooses a farmer's daughter to be his new bride.
Henry Frankenstein's granddaughter (Victoria) on the other hand, strategizes how she can use the infected blood of Dracula's new bride to rejuvenate the Monster by mixing the vampire's blood with the Monster's. After Dracula discovers he has been betrayed, he swears vengeance.
Tales Of Dracula is on DVD for ~$6.00, if memory serves me right.
Meanwhile, you may be wondering about Others' song, "Heart Of Darkness." Their song made me say to myself, "This would be great to share in October."
What is the song, "Heart Of Darkness" about?
As I was told by Lord Marquis DeBlood, earlier this week, "Heart Of Darkness" was inspired by Francis Ford Coppola's version of Dracula. After Dracula's wife dies, he begins to denounce God.
Who sang the lyrics for "Heart Of Darkness"?
Marquis DeBlood wrote the lyrics and composed "Heart Of Darkness" with the help of Jeff DaBella. Lord Marquis' wife, Mistress Jessica sang the lyrics. She most definitely has beauty and talent. I cannot help commending them for creating such an artistic piece.
If you have your own personal Halloween Music Playlist, you should most definitely add Others' song, "Heart Of Darkness" to it. It is definitely a song worth listening to for Halloween. "Heart Of Darkness" has a very calm yet dark mood.
Since today's blog is in tribute to Dracula, here is "Heart Of Darkness" by the band, Others for today's Song Saturday.
Others "Heart Of Darkness" Tales Of Dracula (2015)
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|Posted by Anna H. on October 17, 2017 at 7:45 AM||comments (2)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Yes, the gif above is indeed creepy, especially with the twinkling stars in those blue eyes. Does anyone here in their 30's or older remember the talking doll, Cricket?
Playmates Toys' Cricket Commercial: (1986)
She was a talking doll with 2-sided tape sets, 4 C batteries for the player, and a 9-volt battery for her mouth to move. She also came with books. An older cousin owned this doll. I wanted Cricket but never got her.
Looking back, I can understand why my mother never bought me this doll. Cricket was creepy. Her eyes always moved, when she talked and she was a doll, that NEVER shut up.
However, I don't recall of ever seeing Cricket's mouth move, when she was talking. This is something I realized recently.
In addition to recently learning, that the doll's mouth moved, I discovered that Playmates Toys released 3 different types of Cricket dolls.
Did you know there were 2 black versions of the doll?
Black Cricket Doll #1:
Do you notice the differences in these 2 black Cricket dolls?
Doll #1 is identical to the original white Cricket doll, whereas doll #2 has short curly hair with no ribbons. It's amazing what you discover on the Internet!
I get the impression these 2 dolls were released after the original. Had my cousin seen these versions, she would've made her mother buy them because they were black dolls.
Not only did I recently discover that there were 2 other types of Cricket dolls specifically meant for black girls, but Cricket also had 2 siblings.
Jill had voice recognition capabilities and cartridges compared to Cricket and Corky using tapes. There was another picture I saw of Jill. I'm not gonna lie to you folks. I legitimately felt creepy vibes, as a woman and a Horror fan.
Staring at Jill being out of her box and sitting instantly gave me goosebumps. Maybe I spent too much time watching Child's Play, during my youth.
Meanwhile, watching this video years ago was creepy yet hilarious at the same time. I'm still trying to decide who is creepier, Cricket or the guy in his basement? He looks like a serial killer filming Cricket, which can be viewed as somewhat disturbing.
In this video, Cricket keeps talking. I'm amazed the doll was still working, when this guy was filming her.
Playmates Toys' Vintage 1986 Cricket Doll: (2012)
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|Posted by Anna H. on October 15, 2017 at 5:30 AM||comments (2)|
How's it going my gumdrops? It is refreshing to see that some of you liked yesterday's blog, which featured Helicopter Girl's "Satan's Seventh Bride." Like I said before, it was something different than the usual. Let's continue this trend for today's Cartoon Sunday blog.
As you look at the gif above, some of you are probably saying, "Aww, look at that black sheep! Isn't it cute?!" Don't let that black sheep's cuteness fool you. Today's short takes a horrific turn. Do you remember the English nursery rhyme, "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep"?
"Bah, Bah, a black Sheep,
Have you any Wool?
Yes merry I Have,
Three Bags full,
Two for my Master,
One for my Dame,
None for the Little Boy
That cries in the lane."
The last line was revised as "But none for the little boy who cries in the lane," in the 1765 Mother Goose Edition. Over time, "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" was modified as saying:
"Baa, baa, black sheep,
Have you any wool?
Yes, sir, yes, sir,
Three bags full;
One for the master,
And one for the dame,
And one for the little boy
Who lives down the lane."
In 1761, some theorists have claimed this nursery rhyme was a complaint against Medieval English taxes on wool and that it was about the slave trade. By the 20th Century, "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" became a controversial subject.
"Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" sparked debates about "political correctness."
There are those, who automatically associate "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" with American Slave Trade from The South. Considering how obsessed Americans are with "political correctness" ad nauseam, it goes without saying, that the nursery rhyme is "racially dubious," "racist," etc.
This was especially, when it came to the Medieval English "Great" or "Old Custom" Wool Tax of 1275. This heavy wool taxation lasted, until the 15th Century.
Aside from the controversy, Axeman Cartoons gives a sinister yet apocalyptic meaning to the nursery rhyme, "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep."
In this Horror Animated Short, it appears that the black sheep is out for blood, while seeking restitution for something. Honestly, I could not tell you what that guy did to the black sheep to cause all hell to break loose. It's as if the black sheep turned into Damien from The Omen.
Yes, the black sheep is that evil! Anyway, here is Axeman Cartoons' Black Sheep for today's Cartoon Sunday.
Axeman Cartoons' Black Sheep (2016)
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|Posted by Anna H. on October 14, 2017 at 7:25 AM||comments (2)|
How's it going my gumdrops?
Hex: Azazeal Seduces Cassie Scene (2004)
Surely you're scratching your heads and wondering, "What show is this?" Have you ever heard of the Supernatural Horror Dramedy, Hex?
[BBC America Promo:] Hex (2012)
There was no luck of me finding the above scene in English. I spent the last 2 days hunting for that specific scene because it has relevance to today's blog.
What foreign language was the above scene dubbed in?
Honestly, I have no idea. Judging by the sounds of it, Hex was dubbed in a Slavic language like Russian or something similar to it.
What was Hex about?
Originally, Cassie Hughes was the protagonist of Hex. During the first 6 episodes, the TV series was about her being a shy school girl struggling to assimilate with her peers, while attending a remote English boarding school called Medenham Hall.
Medenham Hall occupied the former manor house and grounds of the McBain Estate. During the 18th Century, the estate was the sight of a witchcraft scandal. Much like The Salem Witch Trials, the scandal consisted of women from the Medenham Witch family line being tried and executed.
Cassie's telekinetic, pyrokinetic, and clairvoyant abilities were awakened, after she touched an antique vase, which had been used for Voodoo rituals by the Medenham Witches. To Thelma's (Cassie's best friend's) surprise, she learned that Cassie was a descendant of the Medenham Witches.
Meanwhile, a "dangerous looking" creep by the name of Azazeal stalked Cassie around the campus. Azazeal was a fallen angel and the leader of the Biblical, Nephilim.
Previously, the fallen angel seduced not only Cassie's schoolmistress, Jo Watkins, but also Cassie's mother. Her mother being seduced by Azazeal in the past contributed to her mother's mental disorders.
According to Azazeal (fallen angel), he was "in love" with Cassie. It was not until the fallen angel seduced her, that she became pregnant with his spawn, Malachi. Cassie tried aborting Malachi and failed at doing so.
In the process of Cassie discovering, that she was a witch, being a descendant of the Medenham Witches, being seduced, and impregnated by Azazeal, her boyfriend left the campus.
Troy (Cassie's boyfriend, who was played by The Vampire Diaries' Joseph Morgan) was convinced, that Cassie was pregnant with HIS son. Troy left Medenham Hall, at the end of the original series.
There were many twists and turns, throughout this Supernatural Horror Dramedy. If you never had the opportunity to watch Hex, I recommend it. A number of changes were made by the 2nd season, as far as the writing went.
This week, I have something different from the usual to share with you. As I stated earlier, I spent the last 2 days hunting for that scene with Azazeal seducing Cassie because it has relevance to today's blog.
In the background of that scene, Helicopter Girl's song, "Satan's Seventh Bride" can be heard. Who is Helicopter Girl? Helicopter Girl is the stage name of the Scottish singer, Jackie Joyce. She debuted with her album, How To Steal The World in 2000. On that same album, "Satan's Seventh Bride" can be heard.
Speaking of Azazeal seducing Cassie on Hex, while Helicopter Girl's song played in the background, here is "Satan's Seventh Bride" for today's Song Saturday.
Helicopter Girl "Satan's Seventh Bride" How To Steal The World (2000)
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|Posted by Anna H. on October 13, 2017 at 4:40 AM||comments (4)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Since Grimm no longer exists on TV, we can't say "Thank Grimm it's Friday!" anymore. However, today is THE day that fills many of us with so much terror. Today is Friday The 13th.
Thankfully, I was born on an even number day. I already have bad luck as it is. Being born on June 13th would've made my life worse. The last thing I needed was to have my birthday fall on Friday The 13th.
Being Paraskevidekatriaphobic is having the phobia of Friday The 13th. Triskaidekaphobia is the phobia of the number 13.
Believe it or not, there is actually a website dedicated to BOTH phobias. If you would like to learn more about paraskevidekatriaphobia and triskaidekaphobia, make sure to visit Triskaidekaphobia.Info.
I never had any real fear of Friday The 13th. That was until Friday, September 13, 2013.
On our way home from working at a career fair, my oldest aunt and I were stopped at a 4-way intersection. As soon as the light changed to green, some asshole RANDOMLY drove past the red light on his side of the intersection and nearly crashed into us.
Luckily, my aunt instantly slammed on her brakes. That driver almost caused a DEADLY pile up.
It was bad enough at the time, that I was the front seat passenger to 2 previous car accidents, which were 2 WEEKS APART from each other. Before my 2nd accident, I had a really disturbing premonition in the form of a nightmare. It was about my 2nd car accident literally 2 nights before it happened.
Luckily, I was not in a 3rd car accident 2 weeks after my 2nd accident. I really couldn't withstand anymore pain, that I was already having.
During my 2nd accident, I got whiplash. Even though I was not in a neck brace or anything, I had Lidoderm Body Patches taped around my back, sides, and neck.
I previously had a phobia of driving. The premonition in the form of a nightmare really shook me up. I started having PTSD from it.
After literally being banged up in 2 going on nearly 3 car accidents, 2 weeks apart from each other, my fear of driving and being in cars became worse.
Nearly being hit in a 3rd car accident on Friday The 13th in September 2013 added to my anxiety.
Before my accidents, I never used to worry about any specific dates. Whenever Friday The 13th is approaching, I try my hardest NOT to schedule anything important on that date like so many other people.
Why take the risk of playing Russian Roulette, when you already have misfortune?
Not that I am intentionally trying to traumatize anyone, but there are many reasons why people including business owners avoid the number 13 and Friday The 13th.
~ $900,000,000 in productivity is lost annually in America because many people are superstitious about Friday The 13th.
Do NOT forget, that in the Bible, 13 men attended The LAST Supper. The 13th man was believed to have been Judas, who later betrayed Jesus. Jesus was crucified on a Friday, also. Dun, dun, DUUUUN!!!
Regardless if you are paraskevidekatriaphobic, triskaidekaphobic, superstitious, or NOT, stay safe on the roads, on the 13th floor of a building, or an elevator, etc.
|Posted by Anna H. on October 8, 2017 at 3:20 AM||comments (4)|
How's it going my gumdrops? As a quick update, do you remember, when I said in last Tuesday's blog, that some of us already anticipated, that Tokyo Ghoul would have a 3rd season because Season 2 felt unfinished? Well, it turns out that Tokyo Ghoul WILL be renewed for another season.
Literally 2 days after publishing my blog, "What You Didn't Already Know About Tokyo Ghoul's Characters," Crunchyroll sent me an alert on my tablet about the 3rd season, Tokyo Ghoul:re.
Tokyo Ghoul:re Teaser (2017)
Hopefully, this 3rd season will be much better than its last season and will explain everything, that happened. Sometime next year (my predictions are next spring), Tokyo Ghoul:re is scheduled to premiere in Japan.
Meanwhile, some of you may recall that I published another Cartoon Sunday blog, 2 years ago about Edgar Allan Poe. That particular Cartoon Sunday blog featured the animated adaptation of Poe's The Tell-Tale Heart.
If you have never seen this classic short from 1954, you should definitely give it a watch for today's Cartoon Sunday. Click on the blog link below to watch it.
|Posted by Anna H. on October 7, 2017 at 7:35 AM||comments (2)|
The image above was taken, during the 2004 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame, which was in tribute to George Harrison. Tom Petty, Dhani Harrison, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne, and Prince, performed "While My Guitar Gently Weeps."
At this risk of sounding "melodramatic," it makes my soul weep knowing that we have lost so many legendary vocalists between this year AND last year. It seems as if 2017 has turned out to be just as shitty as 2016, in general.
I know I am not the only person, who wants this year to be over SOON. This is especially, when it comes to turning on the TV everyday and having to watch domestic terrorists attack innocent people at events.
To make matters worse, having the media exploit tragedies and overshadow other news. There are other catastrophes and tragic events for the media to report than spending an ENTIRE week replaying the same reels of homicidal maniacs.
The media fails to grasp, that THEY themselves are inciting MORE division and copycat massacres because they constantly harp on the same overplayed story, while ignoring other reports.
On Monday, we barely heard any reports about Tom Petty from Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers dying and other news. Reading someone's post on a forum about the legendary Heartland Rocker's death was the only reason why I learned about it.
Once I learned that Tom Petty died, I was in shock. Shortly after, a news reporter on my local CBS reported, that the LAPD retracted their statement on Twitter.
Supposedly, Tom was NOT yet dead. He was "clinging for his life," according to the LAPD. Eventually, Tom Petty died of cardiac arrest, after being pronounced brain dead and taken off life support.
Before anyone attempts to comment on today's Song Saturday Tribute Block, refrain from posting, "I was never a fan of Tom Petty's music." Posting THAT comment is like pissing on someone's grave.
Regardless if the singer was your favorite or not, it sounds very disrespectful and rude to whoever it was that died. You have no idea how annoying it is to read, watch, and listen to someone having the audacity to say, "I was never a fan of ___ music."
You may think I am acting bossy but there are people out there, who need to have a little more empathy and COUTH. Love or hate the icon, but that person had family, friends, fans, etc.
Tom Petty's music was a part of at least 4-5 GENERATIONS. With The Heartbreakers, Petty released 13 studio albums, 68 singles, and 9 video albums. He also released 3 solo albums, 5 guest singles, etc.
Tom Petty was a part of my childhood, during the 1980's and '90s. Now, he is another music icon to be added to the list of many other music icons, that are dead. This can especially be said about an icon, whose music videos were heavily played on MTV and VH1.
I cannot help reiterating how depressed I become sometimes watching MTV Classic. Having to look back at all the music icons, that are now dead in music video blocks breaks my heart.
Music was a major part of my life growing up. Therefore, watching a bunch a dead music icons can be depressing. This is definitely a fact about life.
Eventually, all good things must come to an end. Anyway, in memory of the legendary Heartland Rocker, here are 9 music videos by Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers for today's Song Saturday Tribute Block.
1} Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Refugee" Damn The Torpedoes (1980)
2} Stevie Nicks [Featuring Tom Petty] "Stop Draggin' My Heart Around" Bella Donna (1981)
3} Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Make It Better" Southern Accents (1985)
4} Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Free Fallin'" Full Moon Fever (1989)
5} Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Runnin' Down A Dream" Full Moon Fever (1989)
6} Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Mary Jane's Last Dance" Greatest Hits (1993)
7} Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "The Last DJ" The Last DJ (2002)
8} Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne, & Dhani Harrison "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" A Tribute To George Harrison (2004)
Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers "Room At The Top" Echo (1999)
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|Posted by Anna H. on October 3, 2017 at 5:50 AM||comments (0)|
The franchise has so many characters, that it is hard to know who each character is in the series.
While posting on the forum AnimeNation yesterday, I was told that Tokyo Ghoul √A was a filler arc. This means the last 12 episodes we just watched was mostly to stall viewers, until there is more of an actual story.
Like I said 2 days ago, I would've loved to have seen more of the other ghouls. The ghouls, that helped managed the Anteiku Coffee Shop (Enji Koma and Kaya Irimi), should've been given more of a story. Those 2 would've been more interesting to watch than characters from the CCG.
The CCG (Commission Of Counter Ghoul) is a federal agency task force, that is specialized in handling crimes related to ghouls.
They believe that all ghouls are flesh eating criminals, when there are innocent ghouls trying to assimilate with humans.
As I was saying about the previous ghoul characters, Enji was an experienced waiter, who acted as the manager of Anteiku, when Yoshimura (manager) was away.
Meanwhile, Kaya was a main waitress. Both she and Enjii were leaders of their own gangs of ghouls. They later renounced their leaderships after being rehabilitated by Yoshimura. Enji led the Devil Ape Gang and Kaya led the Black Dobers.
Enji Koma and Kaya Irimi are presumed to be dead after battling the CCG. Another ghoul I would've loved to have seen more of was Uta, since he is the mask designer. Uta is a part of The Clowns, which is a mysterious group of ghouls.
The image above is a gif of Uta. He looks like a Hot Topic clerk, who designs masks for ghouls to hide from the CCG, as well as Kaneki's mask, and masks for humans.
Because of The Clowns, Kaneki received some of Rize's ghoul organs and is now forced to adapt to being a part human and part ghoul hybrid. Those that happen to be part human and ghoul are more powerful than a Pure Blood Ghoul.
Another ghoul, that should've had more of a story was Renji Yomo. There is A LOT more to him than being a ghoul, that collects suicide victims' corpses for ghouls to eat. In case other viewers didn't already know, Yomo is secretly Touka and Ayato Kirishima's uncle.
Renji Yomo kept his identity a secret from them after their parents died. However, he always closely watched over them. Speaking of his niece and nephew, Touka is Ayato's older sister.
Because Ayato resented Touka's peaceful living and ability to assimilate with humans, he left to join Aogiri Tree. According to Kaneki, he thinks Ayato secretly joined Aogiri Tree to protect Touka from a distance.
In addition to being Yoshimura's daughter, being a ghoul terrorist leader, and a Horror novelist, she is Kaneki's favorite author. What a twist?! It is AMAZING what you learn about Tokyo Ghoul, while reading summaries about it.
Had all this been explained in the Seinen Horror Action Anime, their would've been LESS confusion.
It appears, that I am not the only viewer anticipating a 3rd season for Tokyo Ghoul. We really hope there is after watching that tragic yet confusing cliffhanger. Loose ends need to be tied up for those of us, who only watch the Anime. Not everyone reads Manga and light novels.
Hopefully, today's blog gives Tokyo Ghoul readers and viewers a much better understanding of the franchise. This is especially when it comes to the series.
|Posted by Anna H. on October 1, 2017 at 11:20 AM||comments (4)|
How's it going my gumdrops? Last night was the finale for the Seinen Horror Action Anime, Tokyo Ghoul on Adult Swim's Toonami block. If you have ever watched this violent series on Toonami or online, you know the finale was confusing as well as tragic and unfinished.
Over the last decade or so of watching 100's of Anime, I have never watched an entire series feeling so confused and cheated. That is UNLESS, you want to count Michiko & Hatchin. That was another Seinen Action Anime, that extremely cheated its viewers.
However, it is more complicated with Tokyo Ghoul.
Judging by the looks of it, I have the impression that Japan is probably undecided about granting this Seinen Horror Action Anime another season. I say this because Tokyo Ghoul was not given a full season.
In 2007, I watched the online show Anime TV. English dub voice actor, Johnny Yong Bosch hosted it. Someone sent a letter to him on Anime TV, asking why some shows have shorter seasons than others.
Johnny explained that Japanese TV networks must approve of the series getting more episodes, if the networks seem unsure about the its performance. Most Anime will be granted the standard 24-26 episodes, which is the equivalent of 1 full season. Anime with only 12-13 episodes, on the other hand, are only 1/2 season shows.
Looking at Tokyo Ghoul's episode list, this Seinen Horror Action Anime is divided into 2 small seasons. There is Tokyo Ghoul, and then there is Tokyo Ghoul √A. Both have 12 episodes each.
I suspect that Japan is trying to decide, if Tokyo Ghoul should be granted a small 3rd season. I really hope they do because the ending was confusing and left unfinished. I have so far read summaries about Tokyo Ghoul's characters.
The Tokyo Ghoul franchise seems to be popular in Japan, considering that it has 1 live action movie, 1 video game, 3 light novels, 2 OVA's, an Anime, and a Manga.
Therefore, I, as well as others are confused by the season finale of Tokyo Ghoul √A.
Too bad Toonami does not believe in airing OVA's for Anime. Some OVA's actually tie up loose ends to a series. I meant to watch the finale and its 2 OVA's last week, but I was preoccupied offline. Some of us are still hoping, that maybe SOMEDAY Toonami will air the OVA's for Black Lagoon. Chances are highly unlikely but you never know.
I really would've liked to have seen more of the other ghouls. The ghouls that helped run the Anteiku Coffee Shop (Enji Koma and Kaya Irimi) could've been given more of a story. I also would've loved to have seen more of Uta, since he is the mask designer and Shuu Tsukiyama.
As far the OVA's go, Tokyo Ghoul: JACK is the 1st OVA and is a prequel. This OVA has nothing to do with the protagonist, Ken Kaneki. Tokyo Ghoul: PINTO is another Tokyo Ghoul prequel, which is specifically dedicated to Shuu Tsukiyama. I can only imagine how crazy that OVA is because Tsukiyama is a very loud, pretentious, and flamboyant character.
Don't you just love how those 2 OVA's have nothing to do with the protagonist? Then again, I guess it doesn't really matter that much since both are prequels. I really do hope the Tokyo Ghoul franchise releases a short 3rd season.
Leaving us viewers with such a tragic and confusing cliffhanger only leaves us feeling angry, cheated, and like we wasted our time watching Tokyo Ghoul from the start to ending with an incomplete WTF?! ending. I will have to explain more in detail about Tokyo Ghoul characters in another blog.
Since I mentioned that loud, pretentious, and flamboyant villain with an extreme obsession for Ken Kaneki, I will leave you with that disturbing handkerchief scene with Tsukiyama and Kaneki for today's Cartoon Sunday.
Tokyo Ghoul "A Rare Treat" [Handkerchief Scene] (2014)
|Posted by Anna H. on September 30, 2017 at 10:55 AM||comments (0)|
How's it going my gumdrops? In case any or ALL of you took offense to yesterday's blog, you have to remember, that I have spent the last 4 YEARS putting my blood, sweat, tears, and PRIDE into building this website. Having to constantly deal with those, who only care about themselves rather than me, my content, and others is upsetting.
Like I said countless times, if you do NOT genuinely care about anything I share on my website and are only here to say that you KNOW somebody, who has her own website to further your personal agenda, then please unsubscribe.
A definite way to be ousted from this site is to ask or ASSUME, that I am "PMS'ing." Nobody wants or needs false supporters, social climbers, rude, and inconsiderate critics as subscribers.
There are times when I am highly tempted to erase this entire website I built because it can feel pointless having it. This is especially, when SO many people are indifferent to my short stories and blogs because they are not about inciting political division and HATRED.
I cannot speak for everyone. However, I feel this week has been a nightmare for many of us on AND offline. You already know this past week has been brutal for yours truly. The last 2 days have especially been nightmares.
Ever have any of your nightmares come true? I have at least several times. Speaking of nightmares, today's music video by Alice Cooper is a classic. I hunted for a better quality of his music video for "Welcome To My Nightmare," but this was the closest I could find.
Sometimes MTV Classic plays Alice Cooper's "Welcome To My Nightmare." This song is actually older than both the music video and yours truly. In fact, the song is literally 7 years older than me.
That's not including Cooper himself performing his song on The Muppet Show, during the 1980's. I am sharing the original music video for "Welcome To My Nightmare." It is a rare gem, that the younger generations never had a chance to see for themselves.
If you do not have MTV Classic, you are not likely to see this music video by Alice Cooper. That's unless you voluntarily search for it online.
Chances are highly great that Generations Y and Z have never watched the original "Welcome To My Nightmare." That's unless they were forced to watch it on a music channel because it was already on TV. Anyway, here is the original music video for Alice Cooper's "Welcome To My Nightmare" for today's Song Saturday.
Alice Cooper "Welcome To My Nightmare" Welcome To My Nightmare (1975)