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Horror Hound March 08 is put to bed.

*Queue cheesy music montage to the tune of 'Till We Meet Again'

The March 08 edition of Horror Hound Weekend has come and went, and a great time was had be all. (We think. We're all still a bit fuzzy.) The one thing we know for sure however is that the Bloody Good Horror crew were there in full force and in full on attack mode.

We saw some movies, met some celebrities, murdered some beers, and partied with old drunken fat women. Cuz' that's just how we roll.

Horrorhound So Far....

Friday night Horror Hound is DONE!

What's happened so far?

- We smuggled beer into the Marriot. Fun stuff.
-Night of the Living Podcast Mark Eric and Myself have all guested with the gang at NotLP! Hotel Room party is kicking off as we speak!
-Lots and lots of Thigh Highs
-Linnea Quigley thought I was trying to steal her purse.
-Schnaars is missing. He better hurry up, we're about out of beer!

Cause that's how I roll.

I get to sleep with that dude this weekend, just so you all know.

Don't be jealous.

FBI (lol)

Just because I know we have some fans in the hizzouse.

Books: Old Man's War - John Scalzi

Ah, hard sci-fi. As a long time purveyor, I've read a lot of it. This addiction started way back in the day when I stumbled upon a book called 'The Moon is a Harsh Mistress' by Robert Heinlein.

From that point on, you could say it was an addiction.

I poured every Heinline book I could find. Sure, it wasn't Hemingway, but by good it was all a good fun filled story, some of it even scary, some of it making the blood begin to boil towards revolution.

TV: Torchwood: From Out of the Rain

Episode 10 of this so far stellar second season of Torchwood lands, marking perhaps a uncharacteristic down turn of talent. For this season anyways.

Comics: The end of something good.

The end has arrived. Brian K . Vaughn's 'Y the Last Man' marks the end of an epic story arc.

For those of you not in the know, 'Y The Last Man' is something you should be reading. After all, there's a movie in the works.

A Bit behind the times...

When it comes to video games, I'm normally a day late and a dollar short. I have a hard time paying a full $40-$60 for a new game. I just lack the attention span to justify that much money when I know I'm going to play it heavy for a couple days, then forget about it. (See: Super Mario Galaxy)

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