|Posted by Anna H. on January 14, 2018 at 4:45 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Before yesterday's Song Saturday blog was deleted last night, did you enjoy Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds featuring Kylie Minogue in "Where The Wild Roses Grow"? It was rather dark and morbid.
You may be wondering, "What happened?!"
Before I started working on today's Cartoon Sunday blog last night, I was in the middle of TRYING to delete an empty draft of yesterday's Song Saturday blog. The draft was a duplicate, that somehow merged itself with the Song Saturday blog I had ALREADY published yesterday morning.
Webs.com continues to have glitches with ALL their apps. Some of their apps have also been discontinued, including the Testimonials. About 2 weeks ago, I spoke to someone, who works in Webs' tech support by phone.
Supposedly, Webs discontinued Testimonials. Then, the man I spoke to by phone told me to remove my Testimonials page. In addition, he said to remove the most recent blog listing app from the About page, until Webs fixes it.
We are going into the 3rd week of 2018 and it has already been a SHITTY year for me both on and offline. If I didn't know any better, I would swear this is still 2017.
In case you missed yesterday's Song Saturday blog, I shared "Where The Wild Roses Grow" by Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds. Nick Cave was inspired by the traditional, Appalachian murder ballad, "Down In The Willow Garden."
Like I said in yesterday's Song Saturday blog before it was deleted, "Where The Wild Roses Grow" features Dance-Pop singer, Kylie Minogue.
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds [Featuring Kylie Minogue] "Where The Wild Roses Grow" Murder Ballads (1996)
Meanwhile, do you remember last year, when I shared David Romero's Other Lily?
Other Lily was another Animated Horror Short by Romero, that I shared last summer for Cartoon Sunday. As long as NOTHING terrible happens next weekend, you should expect another Animated Horror Short by him for Cartoon Sunday.
Today I am sharing David Romero's Animated Horror Short, Pine Devil. There is very little description about this short. However, if you watch Pine Devil, you should be able to form an idea regarding the story.
According to a brief summary I read, a man kills what seems to be the so-called "Jersey Devil." In the process, the man attracts REAL trouble and becomes prey.
Basically, the hunter becomes the hunted. Anyway, here is David Romero's Pine Devil for today's Cartoon Sunday.
David Romero Pine Devil (2016)
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Categories: Cartoon Sunday