Hollywood Nightmares


In fireworks are released, all the explosive pyrotechnics of a dream. The inflammable desires, dampened by day under the cold water of consciousness, are ignited at night by the libertarian matches of sleep, and burst forth in showers of shimmering incandescence. These imaginary displays provide a temporary relief.
–Kenneth Anger

As I’ve written here before, I used to read the newsstand tabloids since I was a little kid. In fact, I read Kenneth Anger’s Hollywood Babylon & Hollywood Babylon II while I was still in grade school. To my young mind, what I was reading was bonafide horror stories. You couldn’t find a scarier horror story for my young mind than Jayne Mansfield’s decapitated head resting on the windshield of her totalled car.

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The Future Of Humanity Is Elsagate


A few major mainstreamy articles have come out spotlighting what has been known in the fringe community as “Elsagate”—basically, those weird & often fetishistic videos for children featuring knock-offs of popular characters such as Elsa from Frozen, Spider-Man, and the Joker. (I’ve done my own “exposé” on the subject here)

And to my shock this whole sordid kiddie-vid enterprise extends way past the comic book superhero/Disney princess thing and embraces pretty much every main children’s fandom, including Peppa Pig and Paw Patrol—videos for both blithely showing characters being tortured in dentist’s chairs, pissed on, eaten, hypnotized, murdered, going to strip clubs, and committing suicide. You know: “the new normal.”

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Broken Shamans


Folks, I have been waiting all day to have the quiet time to sit here and type out on my phone something–and you lucky devils, you’re going to get to read it. As I write this at…10:25 PM. Oh, I’ve been at my computer, carrying around my journal, all this stuff, but…nothing. It’s all been banging around in my head, all day, until now.

I saw a picture of Johnny Depp recently at a movie premiere—a premiere for his own movie–and this man, he looked like he was going to *die*. The Daily Mail helpfully made a gif of him looking sick, disoriented, and utterly miserable—something to play on constant loop for the headline of the entire website.

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“My Friend Dahmer” Actor Curses Jeffrey Dahmer, Possibly Gets A Visit By Dahmer’s Angry Ghost


Despite his initial unassuming look, serial Jeffrey Dahmer was a scary guy…and he’s probably even scarier in the afterlife. Did his angry ghost visit actor Alex Wolff, who plays real-life Dahmer school friend Derf Backderf in the new movie My Friend Dahmer?

Wolff claims that he and Ross Lynch, who portrays the young Dahmer in the movie, were done for the day after a long shoot in a secluded house in Ohio. Neither were feeling very good—sick, nauseous—and Lynch decided to take out his frustration on the real Jeffrey Dahmer:

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“…Or Live Long Enough To Become The Villain”


I happen to believe we get what we deserve.
—Kevin Spacey, when asked about the 2016 U.S. presidential race

I have written about the latest allegations regarding actor Kevin Spacey here and here…but I do have to comment briefly on the synchronicity between his filmography and his real life.

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Corey Feldman Launches Indiegogo Campaign To Expose Child Abuse In Hollywood


Former child actor Corey Feldman has recently found himself trust back into the spotlight, following what looks like a massive purge/exposure of sexual harassment, assault, and rape in Hollywood (and thereabouts). Feldman has been one of the few celebrities who has consistently rang the alarm about child abuse in the entertainment industry—usually to deaf ears (or, in the case of an interview with Barbara Walters, to the receipt of a scolding).

Now Feldman has launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funds for a proposed documentary on his late buddy Corey Haim’s life—as well as being “a way to regain control over who has access to children in the industry, while weeding out the criminals who have already caused the damage.”

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