Monday, June 23, 2008

Monday, June 16, 2008

Leatherface's Bubba Burger

Leatherface's Bubba Burger

Human flesh is good and all, but Ol' Leatherface loves a good burger once and awhile. Here's his recipe.

You'll need:

A frying pan
A spatula
Ballpark beef hotdogs (or whatever dogs you like)
Hamburger meat
Hotdog rolls or hamburger buns
Ketchup or Mustard (or both)

How to make it:

First, spread margarine across frying pan.
Then turn the stove on Medium heat.
Place the frying pan on the stove.
Take as many hotdog's as you desire and place them into frying pan.
Cook hotdog till fully done.
you may also cut the dogs in half then place hamburger around and cook.
Place cooked hotdog on plate.
Take out the fresh hamburger meat and wrap it around the cooked hot dog(s).
Place back in frying pan.
Cook hamburger till fully done.
Remove the burger dog from frying pan and insert into hotdog roll or hamburger bun.
Add ketchup or mustard (or both)
This can be done on the grill also!

Put Texas Chainsaw Massacre into the DVD player and enjoy that Bubba Burger.

Saturday, June 14, 2008

Man of a Thousand Faces

Man of a Thousand Faces on DVD June 24

"Don't step on it; it might be Lon Chaney!" - popular saying in the 1920s

James Cagney stars as the great film star and genius makeup artist Lon Chaney in Man of a Thousand Faces. Man of a Thousand Faces traces the life of this talented screen legend, famous for playing such iconic roles as Erik in The Phantom of the Opera, Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and many other unique and fascinating characters. Man of a Thousand Faces will be available from Universal Studios Home Entertainment on June 24!

Thursday, June 12, 2008

New Photogrpher added!

Come Check out our Photography Spotlight our most recent addition "SHAYL"


Sunday, June 8, 2008



Swing by and check out all the items marked down in every category!

Hurry and get what you want before it's all gone!

Friday, June 6, 2008


Lionsgate and VH1 is looking for actresses who aren't afraid to scream! (and who probably might have to take their tops off!)
The cable network has green-lighted Scream Queens, a series that will gather 10 unknown actresses to compete for a "major" role in a horror movie from Lionsgate. The contestants will compete in challenges and be schooled by acting coach John Homa. Their skills and progress will be judged by an unidentified director from Lionsgate's roster. [This could mean members of the 'boy's club' like Eli Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel 1 & 2), Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw 2-900), Tai West (Cabin Fever 2), James Wan (Saw), OR there is a remote chance that a woman could direct it, like Lexi Alexander (Punisher: Warzone)] Now, if they are going to be in a bad horror movie from Lionsgate, why they need "acting lessons" is beyond me. As far as I am concerned, the best acting lesson ever is to make a bad movie and then watch yourself in it. That will teach you what not to do. Trust me.
VH1 has purchased eight sixty-minute episodes of Scream Queens. The series is set to premiere in the fall.