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19 October 2007 @ 09:41 am
 
This is post is for the purpose of next week's issue of the Brain Ded Society newsletter.

First, I’ll explain the three choices we’ve narrowed it down to:

Love
Lore
and
Gore

Love? O_0 Oh yes, even within a horrific situation and circumstance, love can be found. Such curious creatures are we that we can’t help but find affection and become enamored even in the darkest of moments, or even, the darkest of people. One good example is Stephen King’s Lisey’s Story.

Lore is basically myths of the supernatural, like vampires, werewolves and the like. I’m going to give Van Helsing as an example, ‘cause although it wasn’t perhaps the best movie of it’s genre, it does have all elements of Lore, even Frankenstein! ^_~

Gore is well…yeah, you could say any of the Saw movies, but I’m going with Resident Evil, ‘cause let’s face it, Zombies are just … eeeewww. In an interestingly odd way, but yeah, and those movies rock. ^_^



 
 
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Andrea Brown: Evilgasmabsenteschaton on October 19th, 2007 02:24 pm (UTC)
I actually think that a mixture of love and lore would be best, though I voted for the latter. I think that the dark side of love, forbidden love, hell even physically impossible love with a supernatural being would be an excellent theme for the newsletter. Gore, I think, is a little too predictable.

But remember that this comes from an Aussie who doesn't actually celebrate Halloween. :P

Can't wait for the next issue! ^_^
jocusdorkusjocusdorkus on October 22nd, 2007 04:40 pm (UTC)
Wha?! But you should! Dressing up and threatening people for candy "trick or treat" ... I mean, damnit, it should be a holiday all around the world! I think this year I might go with being Tia Delma/Callisto from the POTC movies. Oh yeah, dirty teeth and all! LOL ^_~
Andrea Brownabsenteschaton on October 23rd, 2007 03:25 am (UTC)
No sweetie, it really, really shouldn't. There's no basis for it in Australia other than American culture, something which I am wholey against. Besides the point of halloween is the upcoming darkness, not the upcoming summer. :P

You mean Calypso? Callisto is the Morlock from X-Men, Calypso is the god. :P I finally got around to seeing the last movie and I loved her in it, lol.