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Art. It’s overrated. Dancing, however, is the one act of self-expression that requires no talent. Yeah, that’s right, even if you get your jig on worse than Elaine Benes, it doesn’t matter. Maybe you’re as tone deaf as a llama, or as musically talented as a dugong with a tuba stuck in its rectum. It doesn’t matter. Dancing, funnily enough, like art, is subjective. So the next time someone suggests a visit to the gallery, make a case for learning to waltz instead.
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August 18th to the 24th is National Lycanthrope Awareness Week, a time to share a thought for your fellow werewolf. Because, ya know, werewolves are people too – they just grow hair and snack on human flesh during the full moon. In most capital cities there will be some sort of festivity, culminating in the nationwide ‘Great Hunt’ over two massive nights. Human volunteers can register with your local authority. Happy Lycan Week!
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Where would we be without movie clichés? Head ‘em off at the pass. Meet ‘em at the old mill. But it doesn’t have to be that way, scriptwriters. Coin some new phrases that will, in fifty years time, become clichés themselves. Perhaps, “I’ll email you with the details” or “We can find them with the GPS!”
Tags: retro-movie, retro-movies, vintage, retro, humorous
The Kraken. The legendary sea creature of Greek mythology – immortalised by Harryhausen in stop-motion in the 1980s. It is also the name given to the Giant Squid, the most elusive of all ocean species. Believed to grow up 60 feet in length, it has been the subject of many tales of misadventure on the high seas. Never has one been captured alive or even captured alive on film. Jacques Cousteau claimed to have seen one, but he was probably full of shit.
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Even with today’s technology, man cannot replicate the building of the Great Pyramid of Giza. The Chinese tried, and failed. Hauling fifty tonne stone blocks, perfectly cut, was a feat that even the ingenious Chinese weren’t up to. So was the Great Pyramid actually built by man, as is the established doctrine? Or was it the work of extraterrestrials, hovering above the Giza Plateau lowering the blocks into place utilising some sort of levitation technology that we are not yet privy to? Perhaps the Pyramids are natural formations? Now that’s a theory we have yet to hear.
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In a dystopian future, unsatisfied with the education system and craving a little adventure, what is a young, cold-blooded male gonna do? He’s gonna take to the streets with his buddies in a crazy-looking sports car, maybe stop by the local milk bar and, if the mood takes, perhaps invade a man’s home and attack his wife. Of course, such wild behaviour is bound to run foul of the authorities and lead to attempted rehabilitation with the help of some uncomfortable eye apparatus.
Tags: movies, cinema, cult, classics, films
Sasquatch (otherwise known as “Bigfoot”) is not some ferocious beast with an insatiable appetite for human entrails. On the contrary, Sasquatch is a timid creature, a biological anomaly whose only difference from us is a complete carpet of body hair and a disinterest in processed foods. Sasquatch keeps to himself (or herself), which is the reason he/she has rarely been seen.
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If there is a creature alive beneath the waters of Loch Ness, just what exactly could it be? Theories abound and hoaxes come and go, but the legend of Nessie lives on. Is she merely a crafty plesiosaur that somehow survived through the ages? Or she is just some kind of fish mutated by the effluent from the nearby haggis packing factory?
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Broccoli rocks! Yeah, that’s right. It may have barely a trace of anything that could be considered taste, but it’s damn good for you. Whether it’s in a stir-fry, or smothered with peanut butter wrapped inside an apple Danish, broccoli will keep you lean and mean and ready to rock out with other vegetables.
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Abraham Hollingsworth was an author who suffered momentous writer’s block. In 1957, he penned the internationally acclaimed The Moral Decline Of African Mountain Apes and was hailed as a triumphant new literary voice. Ten years later, the world was still waiting for his follow-up novel and in 1970, Hollingsworth’s publisher finally decided to sack his under-performing butt. In 1987, the thirty-year mental-block was seemingly ended when Hollingsworth released his second novel, however it turned out to be an abridged version of his first novel. He has been in self-imposed exile ever since.
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Jack Mainwaring sure did warn ‘em. Having trawled the Bering Sea for fifty years, Jack had seen just about everything the sea had to offer. He even claimed to have seen the fabled giant squid. Sitting at the bar in the Green Mollusk Hotel, Jack warned the crew of the Mary Buchman to be wary of the giant sea creature before they set out from port – for it is out there and has been devouring maritime vessels and their crew for centuries. Of course, no one believed him, until the Mary Buchman and her crew were never seen again.
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She is the Ancient Egyptian goddess of motherhood, fertility and magic. Mother of Horus to her brother Osiris, resurrecting the latter after he has murdered by Set. Worshipped in Greece and Rome, she is the goddess of nature and protector of the dead.
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