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Where my persona was August 2016

We are all connected. We can all communicate with each other through energy.

We can all come into an empowerment to control our own lives, our emotions, and our perspective on what is true, without the influence of what you see around you. 1,290 more words


Okay, maybe I look like a super duper cool rock chick. The real deal is; In my mind I ride a pink little pony!

I use positive thoughts to prevent unruly behaviour and to deal with stressful situations. 219 more words


Lifeforce (1985) Film Review | 365 Day Film Challenge - Day 32

Space vampires who invade London! Sounds like something I’d enjoy, right? Sadly, I didn’t like this film as much as I thought I would. Starring Steve Railsback, Peter Firth, Mathilda May, and Patrick Stewart and directed by Tobe Hooper, this film is about a space crew who are investigating Halley’s Comet but instead discover human-like life forces on the comet. 154 more words


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

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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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

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


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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