Halloween 2019: Bite-size Monsters

10/31/2019 // 8 Comments

Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins are eating candy corn…horror movies haunt our television set…it must be Halloween. Put on your hockey mask— we’re gonna scurry down the sidewalk and take a closer look at nature’s miniature maniacs. 1. Bite-sized Monster: “Poisonous” caterpillar (banded tussock or American dagger moth) Beauty is in the Hair of the Caterpillar Wait…don’t pet that caterpillar. See those yellow hairs? The caterpillar is saying, ” Try to eat me and you’ll regret it. Hopefully.” The hairs are infused with scrumptious [Click Here To Read Article...]

FTM Moving Pictures: Halloween Special

10/31/2018 // 17 Comments

  Ghosts, ghouls, and goblins are hunting for artificial flavors and caramel. Bowls of bite-sized chocolate confectionaries keep the undead kids happy, that way they won’t decorate the neighborhood with spoiled eggs or garlands of 2-ply toilet paper. Put on your red devil horns or toss a bedsheet over your head—the spirit of Halloween is gonna possess you. Boo. If you don’t mind sacrificing 49 seconds of your precious life, press the play button and watch the latest Mr. Bonez episode. The stop-motion animation features a few cinematic slashers (one of them just so happens [Click Here To Read Article...]

Bizarre Star: The Winking Demon

10/29/2014 // 2 Comments

  I felt the unmistakable pressure of being watched.   A glimmering eye leered down—the shimmer of eternal turmoil. I found myself in the demon’s gaze, its chromatic pupil shivered against a restless atmosphere. The demon in the sky is fickle with its dull luminescence. It grew weak against the night, only to refurbish its fiery hypnotism with predictable dedication.   I felt the unmistakable pressure of being watched.   The night froze my breath into wispy specters, they momentary danced and vanished into the celestial unknown. And there the Demon Star glowed—an [Click Here To Read Article...]

Vampires, Ghosts, and Graveyards: Beyond the Veil of Life

10/07/2014 // 3 Comments

I pranced through a graveyard a few weeks ago. Feel free to cover your eyes, my friend! You’re about to see the results of my creepy journey. New England is famous for its graveyards. We have the displeasure of having the oldest dead bodies in ‘merica (feel free not to research that statement). No lie. I’ve witnessed headstones that were engraved hundreds of years, but I stay away from those. Do you know why? New England is known for other things. Those other things are:   Ghosts Vampires No lie: New England loves vampires! Can’t get enough of them. The same goes [Click Here To Read Article...]