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Star Trek (1966-1969)(NBC)

I, as most fans of Science Fiction, began
my life-long love of the genre by watching
“Star Trek”. I honestly didn’t discover the
series on my own. I was “persuaded” to
watch the series by my older cousin Rick,
who was an avid fan. The first episode I
ever saw was “Arena” which pitted Captain
Kirk against the lizard-man captain of the
Gorn species in a fight to the death
orchestrated by yet another unseen alien
species.
A Brief History Of Bigfoot In
Southern California

‘Huge, scary, aggressive, fast, and
threatening’. These terms are used to
describe several Bigfoot-like creatures
said to inhabit the desert regions of
southern California. These mysterious giant
apes go by many different
names, The Borrego Sandman, The
Speedway Monster, Zoobies, Devils, and
the Yucca Man.
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit
Edition - Racist?

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition has
been a staple of dorm rooms and could be
found under any teenage boys bed for
almost fifty years. During that time no one
would ever argue that the magazine had
almost anything to do with actually selling
bikinis as it was to showcasing a little
wholesome T&A..
A Giant Monster Attacking
Tennessee?

If you live in Tennessee be afraid ... be very
afraid.

This amazing photo was posted to
Facebook by a North Carolina resident who
snapped it while driving down I40 towards
Knoxville, TN somewhere near Pigeon
Forge.
Leonard Nimoy (1931-2015) -
He Was Spock, He Was Not
Spock

Nimoy was born on March 26, 1931 in
Boston, Massachusetts to Orthodox Jewish
immigrants from Iziaslav, Soviet Union. He
began acting at the tender age of eight at a
local children's theater. Bitten by the acting
bug he would later attend Boston College
where he studied drama, though he never
completed his studies. .
Is A Horny Thokolosi
Terrorizing Botswana?

A rash of attacks, some of a sexual nature,
at the all-female Kalamare Primary School,
in Kalamare, Botswana, are being blamed
on a Thokolosi, a harry monster of local
folklore that is notorious for it's
unquenchable carnal appetite.

The attacks, which are being attributed to
the Thokolosi, reportedly have been going
on since February of last year...
Two Rare Photos Of  Leonard
Nimoy

While still trying to process the loss of the
iconic television and movie actor Leonard
Nimoy, I searched through my extensive
collection of photographs and pulled out
these two rare shots. To my knowledge
neither of them have ever been published.
The two photographs came from a set of
images that I acquired from a company that
worked on the original production of Star
Trek.
Barbarella: Queen of the Galaxy
- Hello, Pretty Pretty.

After an in-flight anti-gravity striptease
(masked by the film's opening titles),
Barbarella, a 41st century astronaut, lands
on the planet Lythion and sets out to find the
evil Durand Durand in the city of Sogo,
where a new sin is invented every hour.
There, she encounters such objects as the
Exessive Machine, a genuine sex organ on
which an accomplished artist of the
keyboard ...
UFO - Fighting Aliens In A Super
Sexy Future

In the year 1980, a secret military
organization named SHADO (Supreme
Headquarters Alien Defence Organisation)
becomes operational. Its purpose is to
defend the Earth from Aliens who've been
coming to Earth and kidnapping humans. It is
believed that these Aliens are a dying race,
and are transplanting human body parts to
extend their own lifespans.
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The Second Trailer For
Extinction Promises More
Dinosaur Mayhem This Summer!

As we reported earlier this month, Velvet
Hammer Films has already produced a
clone of the upcoming mega-blockbuster
"Jurassic World" entitled "Jurassic City". As
one would expect, yet another movie about
dinosaurs running around eating people has
poked it's head out of the marsh. This time
around, however, it may be a pretty decent
film.
See Through Lingerie - 1958 -
Sexy Pin Up Art By Arthur Saron
Sarnoff

See Through Lingerie - 1958 - Sexy Pin Up
Art By Arthur Saron Sarnoff - 10 x 15 Inch
Lithograph Print.
Playboy Playmate Barbi Benton
- 8 x 10 Color Photograph

Barbi Benton was featured on the cover of
Playboy several times (initially credited as
Barbi Klein) and in nude photo layouts in the
March 1970, December 1973, January
1975, and December 1985 issues, although
she was never one of the magazine's
"Playmates of the Month"..
Creature from the Black Lagoon
- Numbered Poster Print

Creature from the Black Lagoon was the last
of a long line of classic movie monsters
developed by Universal Pictures. By the
1950's most studios had switched from
horror pictures to science fiction. Universal
was no exception.
Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!
(1965)(Russ Meyer) - Signed
and Numbered Poster Print

In ‘Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!’ Tura Satana is
racing her Porsche in the desert against cars
driven by her female lover (Haji) and another
go-go dancer (Lori Williams).
Sex. Beauty. Violence. Elizabeth
Short, the “Black Dahlia”

Time has immortalized Elizabeth Short as
the pinup girl of LA noir, and the story of the
unemployed 22-year-old has inspired
dozens of books, Web sites, a video game,
a movie, and even an Australian swing band.
The quest to pinpoint her killer has become a
hobby for generations of armchair detectives.
The Mystery of Harry Houdini’s
Death !

In an age where forensic medicine appears
capable of solving nearly any crime, it seems
that they are now prepared to take on one of
the greatest mysteries of all time: The death
of Harry Houdini. Although reports at the time
of his death indicate that Houdini died from
complications of a ruptured appendix, but it
has long been speculated that he was
actually murdered.
Haunting Of the Hollywood Sign

Deep pain, pain so deep, so intense that it
breaks you and soon everything you see,
everything you touch cracks. Tragedy has
won, despair the victor will forever gloat as
the unhappy and unrequited spirit roams life’
s last destination. So roams the spirit of Peg
Entwistle forever known as the ghost of the
Hollywood sign.
Spirits Of Death In A Sea Of
Trees - Japan's Suicide Forest

Aokigahara (青木ヶ原), also known as the
Sea of Trees (樹海) or Jukai, is a 14 square
mile forest that lies at the base of Mount Fuji
in Japan. Due to the wind-blocking density of
the trees and an absence of wildlife, the
forest is known for being exceptionally quiet
and for the thickness of its trees.
Rachel Grubb

Rachel Grubb graduated college with a
degree in English and wrote her first feature
length screenplay, in 1999. When the script
won Best Breakthrough Screenplay at the
2000 New York International Independent
Film & Video Festival, she wanted to star in
it herself, simply because she didn’t know
anyone else to ask. Not wanting to make a
fool of herself, she started taking acting
classes, and, to her surprise, became
heavily involved in the Minnesota film
community—as an actor.
Scarlet Salem

Scarlet Salem is a model and actress from
Minnesota. She began modeling in 2007
working steadily in print, fashion, and various
websites. Her life long love of the horror
genre led to her auditioning for an
independent horror film called 'Pajama Party
Massacre'. She got the role and loved the
experience so much that she sought out
other film work. To date she has worked on
over two dozen projects with titles such as:
'Terror Overload', 'Killer Biker Chicks',
'Resist Evil Trilogy', 'Strip Club Slasher', and
'Camp Kill'..
Elske McCain

She began watching movies at a young age
and dreamed of being in front of the camera.
That dream came true in 2004 when Elske
was invited to star in Goat Sucker by local
film maker Matt Reel. Today she is busy
directing and producing her own films,
including the cult favorite Jessicka Rabid
and Creep Creepersins Vaginal Holocaust.
She directed in 2009 his first movie who is
called "Stripping For Dummies" and the
movie stars Independent actress Scarlet
Salem.
Christine Nguyen

Born in Saigon and raised in Texas,
Christine Nguyen now calls home Los
Angeles. Christine’s motto in life is to try
everything o­nce, if possible, and to never
regret the past, just to learn from it. With a
degree in journalism and graphic design,
she brings a sense of style and eloquence to
all her endeavors. Having also gone to law
school, she is a prime example of brains and
beauty. Her resume spans radio, television,
film, commercials, spokesmodeling and print.
Star Wars Episode 7: Who is
the Jedi Luke Skywalker is
Training?


Luke Skywalker has been at the center of
many of the recent Star Wars: Episode VII
— The Force Awakens rumors including a
recent one that we might see the actor
Robert Boulter play a young Luke
Skywalker in one of the rumored flashback
sequences in the movie. .
Cecil Castellucci and Chris
Sprouse's Wonder Woman Tal
e

With so much going on in the DC Universe
and the mega-event Convergence looming
on the horizon, it’s easy to lose sight of the
amazing digital first comics coming out
every week. You don’t want to do that, and
you particularly don’t want to fall behind on
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder
Woman, which has become one of the most
original, cutting edge and flat-out fun comic
books that we’re publishing right now.
Godzilla Hotel To Open In
Tokyo


A rash of attacks, some of a sexual nature,
at the all-female Kalamare Primary School,
in Kalamare, Botswana, are being blamed
on a Thokolosi, a harry monster of local
folklore that is notorious for it's
unquenchable carnal appetite.

The attacks, which are being attributed to
the Thokolosi, reportedly have been going
on since February of last year...
Harley Quinn in Infinite Crisis:
One Crazy Champion


The Infinite Crisis development team has a
sweet job, really. They get to take the
biggest names in DC Comics and bring
them to life, building skill kits and
animations that capture the essence of who
they are. Batman is a serious and silent
assassin, Doomsday a raging abomination,
and Wonder Woman a selfless defender.
And in this world of idyllic heroes and
ruthless villains, Harley is crazier than
Dex-Starr on catnip.