And yeah – Happy Halloween /Samhain!
If you haven’t watched these movies on Halloween, you should just be sent hungry to bed on a Saturday!
And before you say anything, A Nightmare Before Christmas is NOT a Halloween movie. It’s a Christmas movie, hence the title – A Nightmare Before CHRISTMAS…
So – here’s the list. In (almost) random order.
1. Halloween (1978)
Directed by John Carpenter
2. Halloween II (1981)
Directed by: Rick Rosenthal
3. Trick ‘R Treat (2007)
Directed by: Michael Dougherty
4. Halloween (2007)
Directed by: Rob Zombie
5. Halloween II (2009)
Directed by: Rob Zombie
6. Halloween III: Season Of The Witch (1982)
Directed by: Tommy Lee Wallace
7. Satan’s Little Helper (2004)
Directed by: Jeff Lieberman
OBS! Spansk trailer
8. Clownhouse (1989)
Directed by: Victor Salva
9. Night Of The Creeps (1986)
Directed by: Frank Dekker
10. Hell Night (1981)
Directed by: Tom DeSimone
11. Idle Hands (1999)
Directed by: Rodman Flender
12. Halloween 4: The Return Of Michael Myers (1988)
Directed by: Dwight H. Littl
13. Halloween 5 (1989)
Directed by: Dominique Othenin-Girar
14. Halloween H20: 20 Years Later (1998)
Directed by: Steve Miner
15. Halloween: Resurrection (2002)
Directed by: Rick Rosentha
16. Ginger Snaps (2000)
Directed by: John Fawcett
17. Night Of The Demons (1988)
Directed by: Kevin Tenne
18. HellBent (2004)
Directed by: Paul Etheredge
19. Donnie Darko (2001)
Directed by: Richard Kelly
20. Lady In White (1988)
Directed by: Frank LaLoggia
21. The Monster Squad (1987)
Directed by: Fred Dekker
22. The Hazing (2004)
Directed by: Rolfe Kanefsy
Yesterday was the Perfect celebration of Halloween. With my best friends!
This is the jack o’ lantern I made yesterday. It shows, if you haven’t guessed it already, the mask of Michael Myers, the perfect horror movie monster ever (!). I’m quite pleased with the carving.
Fun fact: The mask used in John Carpenter’s Halloween (1978) was actually a Captain Kirk (William Shatner’s character in Star Trek) mask turned inside out.
Here’s a movie of all our jack o’ lanterns.
This year we watched the following movies:
- Halloween (1978, Dir: John Carpenter)
- Halloween II (1981, Dir: Rick Rosenthal)
- Trick ‘R Treat (2007, Dir: Michael Dougherty)
- Halloween (2007, Dir: Rob Zombie)
- Halloween II (2009, Dir: Rob Zombie)
I LOVE Halloween!
I was really excited when I received my Lock-It Tattoo Foundation last Friday. I have, as I mentioned on October 8, tried almost every foundation available without finding anything that matches my snow white skin.
The Lock-It Tattoo foundation is a perfect match for my skin. The coverage is amazing, almost on the verge of being too opaque. It feels great on, but you should remove it as soon as you can. And make sure you cleanse your face properly – or else you might experience some blemished skin. Which I did after a night out where I didn’t remove my makeup before bed. But it stayed on all day and night.
The foundation has 21% pigment and should be able to cover up tattoos as well. I believe them. You should, if you’re looking for a bit more natural look, use a smaller amount and make sure you even out properly with a brush. Or else you might end up looking like a blank sheet of paper.
The foundation contains no parabenes or synthetic fragrances.
I’m thinking of trying the Lock ‘N Load Makeup Setting Mist as well, which states that it keeps the makeup fresh and the face looking bright and hydrated throughout the day.
Yesterday I bought my first issue of the Norwegian lifestyle magazine “Kamille”. Why, you wonder? The answer is, of course, because I’m in it!
Every month Manillusion invites to a customer night. Two hours of champagne, shopping, new items and sometimes really good deals. Last August, the Norwegian pop starlet Alexandra Joner, joined our customer night. And “Kamille” was following her around that day.
The “Kamille” photographer, Nina Ruud, took a bunch of photos while they were there. But I didn’t think they would use the ones with Lise and me in them. I was wrong!
Manillusion customer night is always a lot of fun. See for yourselves!
I was wearing my absolute favourite item for this year, my studded leather vest. And my Harley Davidson boots.
Today’s Nemi comic strip is actually based on one of my Facebook statuses from this summer. Although Lise Myhre, the creator of Nemi, wasn’t with me when it happened, she has captured the awkwardness of the moment I described in the status.
I ♥ IT!
Here’s the jist of my FB status:
Cashier at Vinmonopolet (local wine shop): Are you punk? (The meaning of this in Norway is a person who subscribes to the punk subculture, not a brat or a hoodlum.)
Cashier at Vinmonopolet (local wine shop): Mkay…
Check out the comic strip here. Did you know you can buy Nemi in many different languages? It’s awesome! And especially today
In addition to my endless quest for the perfect red lipstick, I also have a quest for the perfect foundation. I am, if you’ve seen me, really light and fair skinned, and I have yet to find a makeup brand that is capable of creating a shade that fits my skin. And, as I stated with the lipsticks, I have tried them ALL! Or at least I thought so..
I’m pacing back an forth in front of my mailbox these days, waiting for a new foundation. It’s actually from the superstar tattoo artist Kat Von D. She has created her own brand, Kat Von D Cosmetics, and I’m really eager to find out if she’s been able to make something that matches my skintone and gives me enough coverage.
So I have ordered the Kat Von D Lock-It Tattoo Foundation. It states that is able to cover tattoos as well. So I guess the coverage-part should be well (haha) covered. Anyone out there that has tried it? I’m really curious. I will give you guys my verdict when I receive it. Come on, Mr. Mailman! BRING IT!