Looking for Nightmares? These New ‘Silent Hill’ Soundtracks Should Do The Trick…

With Halloween coming in a wee-little-bit over a week from today, so I want to send your way some appropriate music to celebrate the occasion by way of Sumthing Else Music. Why them, you ask? Well, I figured that you wanted to get into the holiday/celebratory spirit with newly-released digital soundtracks from some of the two recent Silent Hill games, including Silent Hill: Downpour (for the PS3 and Xbox 360) and Silent Hill: Book of Memories (for the PS Vita). Continue reading “Looking for Nightmares? These New ‘Silent Hill’ Soundtracks Should Do The Trick…”

The Superman “S”: A Visual History

FINALLY, the new Superman movie “Man of Steel” opens today, and now you can’t go anywhere (in real-life, on television, the internet, etc.) without seeing the iconic Superman symbol on practically everything (not that I’M complaining)! Now, thanks to the folks over at HalloweenCostumes.com, we have a lovely infographic that chronicles the upgrades and changes to that classic “S” on Kal-El’s chest (which — debatably— means either “hope”, or “The House of El”) in its use in comics, television and movies (might as well include general pop culture).  Click past the break to view the entire thing, and only then will be truly ready to experience the film… Continue reading “The Superman “S”: A Visual History”

Halloween & Hollywood Show the Scary Side of Architecture

Never walk toward it. JUST RUN!!

With Halloween coming around the corner this Wednesday, it’s fun to get into the spirit of the season with costumes, pumpkin-carving, trick-or-treating, horror movies, and…well…scary, haunted houses, or course. Whether your scare easy and hate it, scare easy and love it, or you just love scary movies in general (like myself), and have your collection of favorite films (one of my favorites is the one to the left, being the proud Texan that I am). While I’d love to on-and-on about my favorite horror films, you could just click this link for a brief synopsis of my favorite horror flicks, instead. For now, I’ll just stick to pictures of these architecturally frightening homes with the creaking doors and floors, dark corners, scary basements, and trembling walls surrounded by frightening weather. Also, most of these houses you can actually still go to and see them in person for yourself!   Continue reading “Halloween & Hollywood Show the Scary Side of Architecture”