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John’s Horror Corner: Lifeforce (1985), Tobe Hooper’s big budget naked space vampire epic.


MY CALL: 
People often discuss this epic film for its nudity (and not much else) and I consider that a shame.  It’s excellent, features strong acting and an elaborate story, and including great concepts and special effects.  826 more words

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Source Luminosity

Identifying source. This is not visible to everyone only those who discover their true nature of themselves and all things. (God/source) When I first discovered what I was. 143 more words

ETs and Souls

I had a conversation with the Ets. They told me that I was very old soul (Coming from an Et that can live an excess of 100,000 years) and that they often come and ask me questions. 332 more words

God

31 Days of Horror - Day 21 - Tobe Hooper Double Feature!

Yes, a Tobe Hooper double feature. That’s how my Friday has been. And, spoilers, it’s been GREAT. Even better, I’m watching Deadpool while I write this. 556 more words

You Are Of Your Own Design / Rant

Nobody else created who you are now. You created yourself to your own design based on the wishes of your spirit After all you are god experiencing itself that’s all we are that is all everything is. 313 more words

Lifeforce (1985)

Lifeforce, director Tobe Hooper’s foray into space based terror, is very much a product of its time. The Sci-fi / horror starring Steve Railsback, Peter Firth, Mathilda May and Frank Finlay (as well as a brief surprise appearance by Patrick Stewart), is one of those films with an unmistakable 1980’s air which stands up surprisingly well after nearly thirty years – well almost. 361 more words

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Void Be Your Home, Death Be Your Savior - Chapter 1 Part 1

An opaque blue light forms at the tip of Evie’s decorated fingers. The light dances alive, bursting into a complex blend of shapes, figures and runes as she reaches toward my core. 1,198 more words

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