That old Civil Defense classic that is one of my all-time favorite educational films. Trust me when I say all-time, too. I've seen Way too many educational films. o.@
- The Wasp Woman
How far would you go in the name of beauty? This former hottie takes way too much youth serum in this Corman classic. As far as Corman flicks go, it's one of the good ones. My first time showing it, too. = )
- Plan 9 from Outer Space
Ed Wood at his all-time strangest. Considered one of the worst movies ever made, I'm showing it for the first time and without the RiffTrax back-up. I'm also showing it last so folks can bail out if they have too. = P
As always, hang out here at SillyVamp.com or drop by the HoA Presents! page on Livestream early for some cartoon goodness. This time, it's 1940's Superman 'till show time!
Got some ideas for the weekend that you folks might dig. First up, a little marketing goodness that I just found out about:
- A nice little 4th of July sale at Zazzle!
By using the code ZAZZLEUSAUSA at checkout, you can save 17.76% on your order. It's good 'till Monday so drop by the HoA Shops @ Zazzle this weekend. You can grab some gear, save some cash and support the strip all at the same time. What's better than that, right?
The next thing up is yet another movie marathon! As always, I'm planning on a Saturday Midnight Movie Marathon with not two but three (3?!) Public Domain films and classic shorts. That's right, you get Three flicks this time! Who else is going to give you so much awesome for nothin' flat? No one, that's who!
I few weeks ago, an article was dropped at Webcomics.com about a fairly unobtrusive website toolbar system called Wibiya. Now, I have been following this a bit over at the site and finally decided to just give it a go.
"Where is it?" you ask? With most new tech I take out for a spin, I dropped the code on The Test Page. All the pages I've tried that run it still work just as fine as they did before. My own test page shows the same loading times (even with all that extra social crap I decided against) and I'm thinking about sticking with it. My biggest questions at the moment are does this work for you folks - the readers - and does it affect your reading experience.
So, what say you? Drop me a comment under the strip and tell me what you think! = )
Posted by Prophet - Wednesday, June 30, 2010 - 9:26 PM