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Link Dump: #81

This week’s spooooky kitty is from Michele Soavi’s Cemetery Man, which also blessed us with this image of Rupert Everett. And now, some links for early October…

Some spooooky search terms: “10 kid pussy,” “man and women rectum,” and the wonderful Yahoo! Answers fodder (or maybe rejected Macbeth dialogue?) “does wanking make a black spot under nipple appear.”

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Link Dump: #50

Courtesy of Jasmine’s pet tiger Rajah, we’re easing ourselves into the post-Halloween season—that bizarre holiday interregnum known as “November.” So finish noshing on that discounted candy and join us for these (still pretty Halloween-centric) links:

Since this is the 50th-ever Link Dump (wow! 50!), we decided to celebrate through search terms. Here’s the deal: every single day, we receive countless hits through searches like “[actress’s name] pussy.” This happens with a lot of actresses. So, as our gift to you, here’s a list of a few dozen actresses (and other, sometimes fictional people) whose names have been repeatedly searched for alongside “pussy” (or “cunt,” or “twat”):

  • Winona Ryder, Sarah Polley, Faye Dunaway, P.J. Soles, Hermione Granger, Carrie-Anne Moss, Rita Hayworth, Melanie Lynskey, Tilda Swinton, Helena Bonham Carter, Julianne Moore, Catherine Keener, Sigourney Weaver, Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Winslet, Sandra Bullock, Abigail Breslin, Isabella Rossellini, Teri Garr, Annette Bening, Nicole Kidman, Vivien Leigh, Amanda Seyfried, Emma Stone, Katherine Hepburn, Anna Faris, Jesse Eisenberg, Agnes Moorhead, Janet Leigh, Lily Tomlin.


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Juxtaposition Blogathon: Day 4

Two more days to go in the blogathon!

And wow. I cannot overstate how happy I am with today’s crop of submissions. These folks really went above and beyond. Give them some love!

  • First, the delightful/talented/lovely Christianne from Krell Laboratories penned “Once Too Often to the Weller,” evaluating RoboCop 3 (which does not star Peter Weller) and Leviathan (which does). She demonstrates a Kim Newman-esque knowledge and intuitive understanding of horror/sci-fi history as well as a great sense of humor, and this post is just a pleasure to read.
  • Next, the reliably great The Mike from From Midnight, With Love does a “Modern Horror vs. Not-So-Modern Horror Double Feature” five times over! It’s got love for House of the Devil, a hilarious graph, snakes, gators, and more. In other words, everything that’s beautiful in life.
  • Finally, Colin from Against The Hype gives us one last poignant, funny image juxtaposition entitled “F***ed: Actress Peak Performance Barometer?” Anything that contains both Heavenly Creatures and Safe makes me very, very happy.

If you have anything else to submit, please do so by tomorrow evening! (Stragglers will get linked to, even if it’s after the wrap-up post, so don’t fret.) I hope you’re having as much fun as we are. Now, on to the last day…


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Horror is everywhere (3)

By Andreas

Since The Mike, of the truly excellent genre film blog From Midnight With Love was on vacation, I volunteered to help keep FMWL (and its June theme of ’80s horror) going in the meantime. To that end, I wrote a continuation of my “Horror is everywhere” series from Pussy Goes Grrr, delving into the scary side of five ’80s movies that aren’t technically horror: Raiders of the Lost Ark, The King of Comedy, Blood Simple, Ran, and Blue Velvet (the last of which I also addressed over at The Film Experience). Head on over to FMWL to read “Horror is everywhere (3)”!


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