Categories
Photoshop

Better than Star Wars?

I’m normally not a fan of remakes, but this one begs for a modern retelling.

Categories
Photoshop

A Classic.

It’s gonna be another hard candy Samhain.

Categories
Photoshop

Viddy Well

Categories
Photoshop

Howdy, Darkness!

Old friends

Categories
Photoshop

It is a mystery

Categories
Advertising Photoshop

Precursor

I had no idea these had been around so long. The design has barely changed!

Categories
Advertising

The Sources of The Savage She-Girls

I don’t normally do a how-the-sausage-is-made post about my silly little pictures, but these sources are so much cooler than what I made!

Angie Dickinson
Suzy Chafee (yes, yes, older people- “Suzy Chapstick”)
“Shelly Duvall” is actually Chilean artist Sylvia Palacios Whitman.

And that’s before we get to the wild ride that is Page 15 of the June 9, 1967 edition of the Santa Cruz Sentinel:

First of all, look at the range of styles of the movies:

If you weren’t in the mood for a movie, you could go to the Poison Spring Lounge and hear the Velvetones, or dance at Eagles Hall, or go to the free buffet at the grand opening of Ramando’s. If you were a senior citizen (which would make you about 120 now), go to the clubhouse and get breakfast.

And I love the articles. The “Women Soldiers” article starts with “…Israel’s shapely girl soldiers have been right behind the frontline troops.” At least they didn’t go with “G-G-G-GIRLLLLSSS? In the ARMY?”

Kids today and their crazy television shows. Technology is separating the generations! Good thing that’s fixed now.

You can read the whole paper here.

Categories
Advertising Photoshop

Classic Movie Ads

There was a time when not every movie was based on a comic book, when movies didn’t have years of hype leading up to their release. I remember being a kid and scanning the newspaper for new movies. You never knew what you’d find.

Sadly, I can’t find any trace of this movie online. Like many lost films of the past, it’s as if it never existed.

Categories
Whatever

Then Cave Bronson

The Batcave I didn’t quite visit is actually Bronson Cave, and it’s been a popular site to film things for over a century. Besides being the Batcave from the 1966 series, it’s also been:

Oh, and The Doors visited.

The caves of perception
“How are we gonna put doors on THAT?”
Lawrence Welk looked different in person
“Don’t add doors! They block the bubbles!”

Here’s a video that breaks down a bunch of things filmed at Bronson Cave.

I also make fun of two probably-perfectly-acceptable movies. I guess I should put their trailers in as well.

Wait- the family is crazy and fighting but in the end there’s a heartwarming moral? I don’t think that’s ever been done!
Wait- a saucer-eyed CGI character has a problem apparently solved by a mysterious object? The only thing that could make this more original is if it turns out she didn’t actually need it!

And now I hear you complaining that you don’t get the title of this post. Surely you haven’t forgotten Then Came Bronson, a series that ran for one season in 1969!

Classic Bronson.
Categories
Advertising Photoshop

Vita-Milk

And it’s tasty, too!