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THE DARK LORD BUNNYKINS RETURNS… WITH DARK PRINCE BUNNYKINS!

Posted in Beauty, Devils, Eye Candy, Goth, Halloween, Images with tags on April 8, 2013 by darklordbunnykins

The Dark Prince Bunnykins

 

Those of you curious as to why posts on The DLB have been so infrequent in recent months, please meet the reason: The Dark Prince Bunnykins! The past several months have been taken up serving this little fledgling Monster Kid on hand and foot, as well as his beloved mother. I am planning to ramp up posting, when time (and sanity) allows.

WRETCHED REVIEWS: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4

Posted in Devils, Ghosts, Halloween, Monsters, Movies, Reviews, Rue Morgue, Sequels, Supernatural, Witches with tags , , , , , , , on October 19, 2012 by darklordbunnykins

 

PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 4

Starring Kathryn Newton, Matt Shively and Katie Featherston

Directed by Ariel Schulman & Henry Joost

Written by Christopher Landon

Paramount

 

Rue Morgue Magazine received a lot of incredulous feedback when they published my review of the first Paranormal Activity film. I had written that it was the scariest filmgoing experience I had ever had; that was misinterpreted as “Paranormal Activity is the scariest movie ever made.”

It is true: the Paranormal Activity films are best experienced in a movie theatre, which is why Paramount uses night vision footage of screaming preview audiences to hype each new film.

So it will be interesting to see how audiences react to PA4. The guy to my left at last night’s screening was talking, checking his email and texting throughout, and said, “Thank God that’s over” at the end, while the four teen guys to my right were vocal about their enthusiasm for each set piece. (“Bitch got owned!” greeted the death of one character.)

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TORONTO AFTER DARK BEGINS!

Posted in Aliens, Events, Festivals, Gore, Halloween, Movies, News, Sci-Fi, Violence with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 18, 2012 by darklordbunnykins

 

The Toronto After Dark Film Festival returns to the newly renovated Bloor Hot Docs Cinema this year, opening with two highly anticipated entries, the Irish horror comedy Grabbers, screening at 6:45, and The Soska Sisters’ blackly comic American Mary (as seen above).

As I’m about to head out the door to see Paranormal Activity 4 (review tomorrow), The DLB will have to cut and paste each summary:

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CRADLE OF FILTH REVEALS NEW ALBUM ART

Posted in Art, Halloween, Heavy Metal, Images, Music, News with tags , , on August 22, 2012 by darklordbunnykins

British extreme metal act Cradle of Filth revealed the artwork for their upcoming tenth album today. Nuclear Blast Records will release The Manticore and Other Horrors October 30th.

Wait, October 30 is close to some special day, isn’t it? Can’t quite remember…

HAPPY HALLOWEEN FROM THE DARK LORD BUNNYKINS!

Posted in Halloween with tags , on October 31, 2011 by darklordbunnykins

NSFW! JOANNA ANGEL TO LAUNCH FRANKENSTEIN PARODY

Posted in Fetish, Halloween, Images, Monsters, News, Online, Sex, Tattoos with tags , , , , , , on October 28, 2011 by darklordbunnykins

Beloved punk-porn princess and entrepreneur Joanna Angel is set to release a XXX web-only Frankenstein parody on her website this, um, coming Monday. Go to www.JoannaAngel.com on Halloween. For a preview teaser of Fuckenstein, which stars Joanna Angel with James Deen as Dr. Frankenstein and Spanish performer Ramon Nomar as Frankenstein, visit: http://xoxojoannaangel.com/2011/10/fuckenstein-free-teaser-and-pictures/.

“Every year on BurningAngel.com we celebrate Halloween with a horror themed movie,” says Joanna in a statement. “Parodying Frankenstein was a lot of fun – and I have a new found fetish for having sex with scientific experiments and monsters.”

RANCID REVIEWS: PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3

Posted in Devils, Ghosts, Halloween, Movies, Reviews, Sequels, Supernatural, Thriller with tags , , , , , , , on October 21, 2011 by darklordbunnykins

 

PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3

Starring Christopher Nicholas Smith, Laura Bittner and Chloe Csengery

Directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman

Written by Christopher B. Landon

 

At this point in the life (afterlife?) of the Paranormal Activity franchise, it’s virtually impossible to judge the films based on their artistic merits. Instead one has to go by the visceral reactions of the audience. Did they jump? Did they scream? That is what sells these films, not whether or not they are good or even scary.

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