Like my Krampus book, the show explores elements of horror within folklore, or folklore within horror. It’s not an interview show, but more of a manic lecture spun into an overwrought background of original music, drones, effects, snippets of found audio, etc. All within a fictional, manor house framework. Featuring Rick Galiher as my much abused valet, Wilkinson.
In honor of the German holiday of Walpurgisnacht on April 30, Al has “binge released” three 30-minute episodes at once. He suggests starting with the third episode.
Here’s a taste of what to expect:
Julian Verland’s “HP Joelcraft,” an unholy union between the spine-tingling words of HP Lovecraft’s “Nemesis” and Billy Joel’s “Piano Man” music. Thro’ the ghoul-guarded gateways of slumber, Past the wan-moon’d abysses of night, I have liv’d o’er my lives without number, I have sounded all things with my sight; And I struggle and shriek ere […]
The aptly-named “Scarred for Life” Twitter account posted this remarkable ad for British pork, dating to some indefinitely creepy moment in the 1970s or 1980s. There should be a corollary for Poe’s law (“it is impossible to create a parody of extreme views so exaggerated that it cannot be mistaken for the thing parodied”) for […]
Local58 is a YouTube channel for a news affiliate that does not, thankfully, exist. Written and edited by Kris Straub, each video depicts increasingly alarming emergency broadcast interruptions and test cards, all implying invasion, revolution or government mindfuckery. (NOTE: “Contingency” instructs the viewer to kill themselves and others). My favorite, though, is You Are On […]
Ask any IT professional worth their salt, and they’ll tell you that having the right certifications can make or break your chances when it comes to earning a promotion or getting your foot in the door to an entry-level IT gig. And, while there are a host of certification providers out there, few carry the […]
Our computers are home to a myriad of files and documents, many of which contain sensitive information. While storing this data on your computer is convenient, it’s not exactly safe, and with news headlines highlighting data leaks and ransomware attacks on what seems like a daily basis, moving them to a safer location is a […]
Total versatility isn’t something you’d typically find in a telescope. While magnification tech has come a long way, most telescopes are designed to either gaze upon the stars or view the landscapes beneath them. The Omegon Maksutov Telescope MightyMak 60 lets you do both, and thanks to its compact design, you can easily incorporate some sightseeing into […]
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