Saturday, August 29, 2009


I just came home from seeing Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN 2. I went into this movie with an open mind--in fact, I was curious to see how the characters had developed since the last film. I thought that since the original HALLOWEEN 2 took place in a hospital, Zombie was going to be give us a new twist (and yes, I did like his version of HALLOWEEN) and introduce us to brand new characters and setting. I'm sad to say that HALLOWEEN 2 is a complete waste of time and money.
First, let me tell you what I liked about the movie (and yes, I am stealing your format Vyktor!):
1. Danielle Harris and Scout Taylor-Compton can actually act! I really think that these two girls have the potential to be more than "Scream Queens", because I felt they were 'real'.
2. I found Scout Taylor-Compton to be very creepy in the final scene of the movie.
3. I also thought...wait! That was the only thing I enjoyed about this film. I shall now begin to tear it apart.
1. I love Sherie Moon Zombie! She has such range and depth that I could see her in non-horror roles, but I just thought she had no place in the movie and the whole bit with the horse was incredibly stupid.
2.There was no reason to replace Daeg Faech as young Michael Myers. I felt in the first movie that Daeg actually had evil in his eyes, and this new kid couldn't sell it. I read that the producers thought he was looking too old to play the part and has grown several inches since the last movie Um, isn't the adult Michael Myers a giant?
3. Most all of the kills were boring and pointless. Laurie has two new friends in her life, but they're not developed at all, in fact, I didn't care when they died.
4. Doctor Loomis is a complete asshole and adds nothing to the movie. By the way, he teleports from his house/hotel to the scene of the crime, because he shows up instantly.
5. I felt like we never saw Michael! He was always hidden in the shadows or had his hood on.
6. Although none of my friends found this funny, I laughed every single time they showed Michael walking back to Haddonfield. I mean, c'mon--he's gotta be a little tired at some point!
7. The movie needed a "hero" and there isn't one. Laurie is still the victim (which I am okay with), but it would have been nice to see someone take Michael on. The original Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) started to become a little bit of a fighter in the original HALLOWEEN 2. It just would have been nice to have a character to root for.
8. I'm glad this is the end of Zombie's Halloween movies. The first ten minutes of the movie were fun, so perhaps he should have gone with the whole hospital bit.

Monday, August 24, 2009


Please don't turn on me, but I think I HATE WEST HOLLYWOOD! We (Juan, Alex, and myself) went down there on Saturday to meet up with two of Juan's friends--who I might add that Alex and I don't care for, but they were a last minute surprise. I was feeling pretty good about myself that night--I've lost a lot of weight with Jenny Craig and have gone from a size 42 jeans to a size 36, but I wasn't aware that a size 36 is still considered fat in West Hollywood. Juan hated the fact that I wore my THUNDERCATS belt buckle, but I didn't care! I have to be myself and I happen to love the THUNDERCATS.

We ended up going to that club called RAGE (as we did before) and the cover charge was $10.00--which I am told is cheap for West Hollywood. Alex and I were under the impression that we were going to OIL CAN HARRY'S for disco night (where the cove is $5.00) in Studio City, but Juan insisted we go to West Hollywood. I'm not the biggest fan of the music they played there and although I like Madonna (mostly her early stuff)--I think her latest song is pretty weak, but the gay boys loved it.

Juan's friends were very interesting--one of them looked like CHICKEN LITTLE and the other looked like Igoo (from The HURCULOIDS) and by interesting, I do mean dipshits. Chicken Little tried to grab my crouch 3 times. While dancing, he rubbed his ass up against my dick--and I pushed him off of me. He said "Wow, you must really have a small dick because I couldn't feel you getting hard!" and I responded that guys who shave their bodies and look like CHICKEN LITTLE have never turned me on, he looked over to Juan and told Juan that I was a cold bitch.

I couldn't wait to get the HELL out of West Hollywood (where everyone looks like they are fucking clones of each other!) and away from Igoo and Chicken Little. I might also add that we had to leave RAGE because the hottest Go-Go boy in the world knew Igoo and Chicken Little stormed off when he saw them talking.

So, when the night finally ended and we came home--I posted on my FACEBOOK page that West Hollywood really isn't all that and Igoo had the nerve to respond that "It depends who you go with I think. Chicken Little and I had fun!" and I snapped! What the fuck is wrong with me? I responded back saying "Wow! I thought you and Chicken Little were filming TOTAL DRAMA ISLAND they way he stormed out of the club and he saw you talking to the HOT Go-Go Boy and we had to chase after him!" Fucker. His only response was that it was a minor misunderstanding. Uh-huh. Sure it was.

Being gay is just like being in high school all over again. I didn't fit in then and I still don't. I'm proud to be a THUNDERCAT instead of some fucking clone.


Since my dear friend Vyktor is the only one who reads my blog (besides my best friends), I thought I would tell you a little story that happened to me last WEDNESDAY at my local comic book store. I've been going to this store since I was a teenager and I feel that I am really a part of the "comic store family". The owners and workers are very pro-gay and I love going there to buy things.

As most of you know, I'm on a ton of medication--which I try not to take if I know I am going to be driving, but that Wednesday I just wasn't thinking and took my pills. I drove to the comic book store and felt a little dizzy, so I asked the owner if he didn't mind me sitting on the couch for a bit. Of course he didn't mind, so we chatted back and forth as people came into buy their comic books.
There were about 5 people in the store (counting myself) and one of the customers said to the owner "...Brown and orange? Why are you wearing those FAGGOTY (I have no idea as to how to spell 'fag-it-t' colors?" The owners eyes got rather large and he said to the guy "Hey, watch what you say! A lot of my customers are gay and I want them to feel welcome here."
Now mind you, I wasn't the only gay man in the store--there was a 30 year old guy there who claims to be bi-sexual, but he pretend he didn't hear them. So, without missing a beat and pointing out myself, I said "Oh Chuck (the owner), don't worry about it! This is one fag who FIGHTS! And by the way, the color brown is in style this year!" The guy must have been able to sense the anger in my eyes because he quickly paid for his books and left.
I wasn't done. I then went up to the bi-sexual guy and said "Hey! Thanks for your help back there!", and he responded that he wasn't gay--he was bi-sexual! I said to him, "Oh, I'm so sorry. When it comes to sex and going to West Hollywood to party and fuck around you're gay! When it comes down to standing outside with a sign that says "No On 8" or helping someone out, you're heterosexual! Let's face it, you're 30 years old and if you still think that you're bi-sexual let me be the first person to say that the only thing that is "bi" about you is that you are all "by" yourself!" I got up and left.
After I cooled off at home, I called the owner of the store up and apologized for causing a scene in his store. He said that he had no problem with me doing what I did and not to worry about it. I can admit that I was in the wrong for getting loud and I should not attacked that bi-sexual guy, because all he was doing was buying his comics in peace. I was just so fucking angry.

Sunday, August 16, 2009


Wow! One of my favorite horror magazines RUE MORGUE
mentions my hometown of Bakersfield, CA. We're featured in the

"A 34-year-old Bakersfield, California man stands accused of biting his four-year-old son's eye out of his head and eating it. During the same spree of violence, the man also apparently attempted to chop of his own leg with an axe."

Sick, no?

Thursday, August 13, 2009


As we get closer to the release date of HALLOWEEN 2, my best friend Alex was telling me that he prefers the John Carpenter version of Lori instead of Rob Zombie's version. I really thought the actress in Zombie's movie seemed more realistic. I could see that girl being innocent, but still hip enough to hang out with two popular high school girls. She had personality that didn't seem fake to me. John Carpenter's Lori is just way to goody goody for me to believe those 2 girls would ever be friends with her. C'mon, the popular cheerleader is going to be best friends with the school nerd? I don't think so.

Saturday, August 8, 2009


I actually really enjoyed this movie which was complete garbage! It was fun and was everything that TRANSFORMERS 2 should have been. There are some real problems in the movie (spoiler alert): The Baroness is evil, yet turns good at the end * Snake-Eyes costume has a mouth with lips! * Cobra Commander is way too Darth Vader for my sake--and only becomes the commander at the very end of the film * Not as much Zartan as I hoped there would be. It still was a lot of fun!

Thursday, August 6, 2009


I decided to read my old blogs this morning and it was really hard for to do, becuase it was probably the most stressful time of my life. I felt sorry that I didn't feel I could talk to anyone about my problems or put an end to an emotionally abusive relationships. At first I thought I was weak, but now I have come to realize that my weak moments were actually stepping stones into making myself a stronger person. I must admit that the QUILTER still calls me every once and a while, but I feel nothing for him. Not love. Not hate. I just feel like I am getting stronger and I no longer need negative energy projected my way. I'm actually starting to like myself! I understand that I can beat my depression and one day I will. Life is good.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009


I really thought joining THE TRANSFORMERS club would be a lot of fun. I thought I'd see art work from fans, fan fiction, and other fun stuff, but there is none of that. I wasted $40.00 and I'm not even enjoying the club. I feel really stupid..

Saturday, August 1, 2009


The reviews of G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA are starting to come in and believe it or not--people are actually saying that it is a fun action movie that doesn't pretend to be something else. I'm mean, we want to see SCARLET vs. BARONESS!