Feliz Halloween ~ David Archuleta
Posted by djafan on Saturday, October 26, 2013
A big shout out of thanks to my friend Micki Hansen for the above glorious photo shop work! Can you imagine him in a Western on the big screen?
Oh yeah. I think he has the voice for it. The speaking voice, I mean. Kind of soft-like and velvety but with a bit of a husky tone. Uh…where was I? Huh?
Oh yeah. Happy Halloween Week y’all!
So what do you love about Halloween? Any plans? I plan to make a gazillion of these cupcakes to take to work and to everyone I know. Click on photo to get the recipe. Tell me they aren’t adorable! No, they’re not David cupcakes, but it’s Halloween, and as Otis once said to Barney, “Sometimes I like to see a bat!” haha. If you’re a fan of the series, you know what I’m talking about. I have everything I need to get this pahtay stahted!!!! Because we have a lot to celebrate! Halloween will come at the end of this week, the 31st of October. When it does, Abrra will draw her wand at midnight Thursday and blast to smithereens another month! Yippee yi ki yay!!!
Speaking of Abrra, I reckon by the looks of it, she’s been busy with Halloween projects too. She just sent me this photo of jack-o-lanterns she carved with her family tonight. Awesome job! I’ll let you know how my cupcakes turn out and post a pic of how mine compare to the photo. Let us know how you plan to spend your Halloween and send any pics you want posted. And since it’s time for all things scary, I just have to share with y’all this short film I found several months ago and was so blown away by. Directed by Rodrigo Gudiño and Vincent Marcone, it presents a murder mystery in an excessively short time frame, only 6 minutes, but the over-all pure spookiness of it is huge. They are real actors, but they barely move, yet in a brevity of time and motion, so much is conveyed. Here is what Vincent wrote beneath its YouTube posting. “An image that tells an entire story, THE FACTS IN THE CASE OF MISTER HOLLOW centers on a single photograph that dates back to the early 1930s. As the camera begins to investigate the particulars of the photo, however, it reveals a tapestry of secrets hidden in the details, and a tale of murder, kidnapping and sacrifice captured in a haunting moment.” Check out all the awards it has won on this Wiki link here. And, more impressive to me even, since I am addicted to IMDb, is its rating of 7.0! That’s huge for any movie, of whatever size. Click on it and go big! Can you solve the mystery?
And another video, not so incredible and not even new, but it’s Halloween so it must be Thriller time! Mwahahahahaha!!!