Monthly archives: March 2003

Chaosium.com Mailing lists

While some of you may be wondering as to the validity of the e-mail you may or may not have recently recieved from me, I assure you, it is very accurate. The Chaosium.com server migration project is finishing Phase 1 of our evil schemes. The web, e-commerce, and mailing lists are all migrated(ing depending on your location) over to the new boxes. As such, the official Chaosium mailing lists are now temporarily down. Clicking the MORE link below will reveal my original e-mail sent to ALL the subscribers of the various Chaosium.com lists. Continue reading »

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In your home town

That’s right folks. We’re everywhere. Now cower in fear.
Wal*Mart.com

I’m off to gibber now… Continue reading »

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REVIEW: The Yellow Sign

“Have you seen the yellow sign”

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I recently had the pleasure of reviewing Aaron Vanek’s The Yellow Sign, much to my delight. The film was wonderfully done and I can’t wait for it on DVD.

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REVIEW: The Ring

“You don’t really want to hurt people”

“Oh but I do. I am sorry”

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The other night, whilst harassing K*Mart employees about wiffle ball bat theft, I purchased “The Ring” (widescreen with DTS) on DVD. I have to say, I’ve seen my share of horror in my day, but this is, by far, the most disturbing piece of film I’ve ever watched, blowing the former titleholder Requiem for a Dream out of the water. Continue reading »

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The Eldritch Quintuplets

Just a shameless commercial announcement that my collection of Lovecraftian Limericks is now available for sale from the Elegantly Amused Press:

http://eapress.home.attbi.com

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