In the town of New Lovington, few things are bigger than the Valentine’s Day dance “Sweetheart Queen” and Elizabeth (a fresh-from-rehab Rebecca Gillis) is determined to capture the crown for herself. Thus begins director George Kornfeld’s Sweetheart Queen, a long-forgotten entry in the slasher sub-genre.
Elizabeth campaigns endlessly, papering the hallways with posters asking for fellow students’ votes. With only a few weeks until the dance, Elizabeth is barely trailing rival Amanda (an extended cameo from genre veteran Heather Ann Williams), so she turns up the heat, staging impromptu pep rallies and handing out homemade heart-shaped cookies and lollipops to any student she passes.
As it’s what’s widely considered to be “America’s birthday” today, let us look back fondly on John Horsecock, the first man-horse hybrid to actually sign the Declaration of Horsependence (maybe on July 4, 1776, but more likely it was signed much later). Horsecock was a merchant, stateshorse, and prominent Patriot of the Horse Revolution. He served as president of the Second Continental Horsegress and was the first and third Governor of the Commonwealth of Horseachusetts. He is remembered for his large and stylish mane, as well as his signature on the United Horses Declaration of Horsependence.
Gary Busey doing silly things in animated gif format. What more do you need? Head on over! And if you know of any excellent Busey gifs that should be featured, please let me know!
I’m currently in Ohio visiting family. Since I’ve been there, my brother and I put together this video. Still tweaking the audio and effects, but ultimately we’re pretty happy with it. Hope you enjoy!
T’was the night before Christmas, and all through the place, Nick and I have this new comic to shove in your face!
Here is the brand-new, just completed Betsy & Waffles Christmas comic. It was a big effort on both our parts and we think you’ll enjoy it very much. And if there’s someone out there who you forgot to get a gift for, just send them a link to this comic. Quite possibly it will be the best gift they will ever get. EVER. Don’t question it.
Anyway, to read the entire thing, please click here. Or on any of the other links in this post. They’ll all take you to the same place. And what a joyous, winter wonderland it is. Please enjoy.
Hey, anybody out there remember Trigger & Sledge? Well, if you do, then that means you love them (to know them is to love them) and you’ll be excited about “Trigger Treat,” the first ever Trigger & Sledge short story. It’s utterly ridiculous and somewhat over-the-top, as you’d expect Trigger & Sledge to be. So, please, kick back and enjoy “Trigger Treat!”
The fall air was crisp and smelled faintly of cinnamon as Detective Roy Trigger opened the door of the unmarked Gran Fury. He slid into the vehicle and handed over a cup of coffee to his partner, Detective Chet Sledge. Sledge took the coffee, said, “Thanks,” but never took his eyes off the brownstone across the street—the reason for their stakeout this late October afternoon.
“Anything?” asked Trigger as he lit up a smoke.
“Nothing but the wind blowing,” said Sledge, his thin mouth the only break in his bushy beard.