Was being interviewed whilst doing makeup with Alaska TV, David Sellicksand and Dan Schreiber. Here are some zombies chilling with a cuppa! x
Halloween Movie Challenge: 25 out of 31
I watched this a while back and I always remember being in two minds about watching it as I was worried it would be the american ‘shaun of the dead’. I was very happy to find not only that at all, but it was brilliant and funny in its own way. It gave a light hearted side to zombies nearly with a odd mix of characters that worked really well. There was a good amount of lead characters and the addition of Bill Murray was brilliant!!! Really recommend a watch and hell, you gotta love a clown zombie ;-) xxx
Halloween Movie Challenge: 22 out of 31
There are 3 times the amount of sheep in New Zealand than humans so you can see why this was a good starting point for a zombie film ;-) This film really remind us how fun New Zealand horror films can be!!! Has some ace puppets with not too much gore!! It has some really silly moments regarding a man and sheep…*cough* inlove… but overall a good watch ^.^
Halloween Movie Challenge: 21 out of 31
I was expecting a simple 60’s style American movie but was pleasantly surprised to find a brilliant zombiequse movie set in England AND funnily enough made by a welsh production company, which made me smile as I was watching it on my way back from Cardiff!! A massive of rock and roll soundtrack worked well with all the different British accents in the film! The lead character was really sweet… well as sweet as a zombie can be! Perfect movie for all the rockabilly Halloween fans who love oldschool British culture!!
P.S There was a brilliant line delivered in a smooth American accent “Hes creating a soundtrack for death and the devil always knows the best tunes”
Look what arrived, they last a year, can be worn safely with my own contacts and were cheap as fuck x
Halloween Movie Challenge: 9 out of 31
Total childhood classic in my household! Traditionally we would all watch it the week of Halloween or on Halloween night!!! Was really in the mood to watch something a bit fun as i was still a little sore after the dentist!! Some brilliant characters, trick’o’treating, witches and a random musical number make this a perfect family favourite! Plus Billy the zombie adds a nice sfx make up touch to the movie!!
Eeee got my copy of Vintage Life Magazine which I’m Featured in!! With Pinupzania, Jenna Loveridge, Alice Bizarre, Hannah-Marie Piazza Dakota Hunt and Jackie Pritlove O’neill. I did my own make up and Jackies (far left) x
Halloween Movie Challenge
I realised today that every day since before the beginning of October I have watched a horror or Halloween related movies!!So I decided to set myself a ‘Halloween Movie challenge! I will watch old films, new films, animations and gore fests, films I have seen and film i have never seen before!
I am aware I will miss days to watch films whilst working away SO the aim is to watch MINIMUM of 31 films before All Hallows Eve! Here are the ones I have done so far:
1. Ed wood: A less horror, more Halloween type film, Ed wood was a lovely light hearted way to start my October! It had some brilliant acting in it by the ever convincing portrayal of Bela Lugosi by Martin Landau and the fanstic addition of Vincent D’Onofrio as Orson Welles! Really enjoyed it, not to mention the lovely eye candy called Lisa Marie ;-)
2. BeetleJuice: Absolute Halloween classic, a lunchtime favourite of me and my mums, couldn’t not watch it on my weekend catching up on rest! One of Tim Burtons more iconic films than his more recent stuff, I don’t need to say much, only that BeetleJuice is one of my favourite films.
3. House on Haunted Hill: This film always makes me smile, partly through an inside joke and partly through its out and out camp nature! I haven’t seen the remake of this but from what I gather via trailers and clips, the original is a lot more like a game of Cluedo than a ghost story! Coffin style gun holders, vats of acid and fake skeletons, it kind of brings out the fun in old old oldddd school horror!
4. The Orphan: I got this in a “Buy one get one free” deal after hearing very mixed reviews about it! Well… its watchable… I mean fair play, the girl who plays the orphan Esther was pretty good to get me THAT pissed off with her, but they really didn’t need the whole film to come up with that ending, especially as the twist was delivered by a man who wasn’t the greatest actor….. Watch if you’re bored but not worth spending money on.
5. Adamms Family Values: Never gets old this one, felt the need to watch it after seeing my friend Chelsea/ Synthetic Doll over the weekend who reminds me so much of Mortica Addamms! Loved the trivia my media friend Hannah told me about the film, but its perfect if your in the mood for something a bit goth and a bit fun!
6. Friday the 13th: Was surprised about the way in which it was films, incorporating the point of view camera aspect as it had never accorded to me it was in this film! It was interesting to see an older film have this but I did find the film quite boring. Plus the mother in it pissed me the hell off so probably wont be watching it again!
7. Evil Dead 2: I had only seen clips of this film before and NEVER thought there was going to be that much stop motion used in it! I absolutely loved that feature and I liked the little ending twist! All in all wasn’t really my cup of tea but I can appreciate the model design within the film, not to mention that bad ass looking book!!!
The picture was taken by my dad last Halloween before i went to my friend house for horror movies, graveyard goodies and Halloween style quizes! 7/31