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Minifigs has released its second series custom-made LEGO figures of horror icons. It includes characters from Army of Darkness, Hellraiser, Scream, Trick ‘r Treat, Beetlejuice, Child’s Play and Saw.
The heroes at Krispy Kreme are honoring the 30th anniversary of Ghostbusters with - what else? - donuts.
One is emblazoned with the iconic Ghostbusters logo and a splat of green slime for good measure, while the other is modeled after the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man’s head. Both donuts are filled with marshmallow cream.
These delectable treats will be available September 29 through October 31 while supplies list.
Mondo is releasing Daniel Mudford and Pete Woodhead’s Shaun of the Dead score on vinyl. This marks the first time the score has been available on any format.
The records, featuring artwork by Jock, will debut at MondoCon (September 20-21 in Austin, TX). For those who can’t attend, they’ll be for sale online beginning October 7.
Shaun of the Dead joins the previously announced Looper, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Iron Giant records, all of which will also be released at MondoCon.
Do you like Neutral Milk Hotel? Their early work was a little too lo-fi for my tastes, but when On Avery Island came out in ‘96, I think they really came into their own, commercially and artistically. The whole album has a loud, garage sound, and a fresh twist of interluding guitar pieces that really gives the songs a big boost. He’s been compared to Thom York, but I think Mangum has a far deeper, more unusual grasp on music. In ‘98, Jeff released this, In The Aeroplane Over The Sea, their most accomplished album. I think their undisputed masterpiece is “Holland, 1945”, a song so catchy, most people probably don’t listen to the lyrics. But they should, because it’s not just about a deep love for Anne Frank, and the importance of humanity, it’s also a personal statement about Magnum itself. Hey Paul!