Deserted night roads: what secrets do they hold?
Framed by leafy branches, the moon sees all travelers.
Or, a cure for the Easter Cute.
If you have overdosed on the holiday, perhaps a little Monty Python will cheer you. After all, one can only eat so many Peeps and chocolate bunnies, or watch small relatives in sticky bunny suits quest for brightly colored eggs.
Shared from Matt Lockwood’s Youtube upload. Thanks, Matt.
“It’s just a harmless little bunny, isn’t it?”
I love it.
Video production update: preparing to shoot.
One night, while I was fooling around with bits of stuff, small monsters began to assemble themselves. Before I realized what was happening, I was outnumbered.
And, like the Morning After, the video project crawls toward its end, not daring to look back.
Now, there is another reason to fear “The Beast.”
This Halloween, two new monsters will be lurking in the huge haunted attraction known as The Beast. Having taken care of them for a year, I can tell you, they are always hungry.
I hate to see them go, but care & feeding of these guys was getting problematic. I’m sure the staff at The Beast are better suited to care for these little monsters. After all, they have been looking after their pet ‘gators and Medusa, the world’s largest anaconda in captivity, for years. What a happy home The Beast will make for the aracni-apes.
The second breed, shown below, is the more deadly of the two. It prefers to stalk its prey.
Should you visit any of the other Full Moon Productions haunted attractions, keep in mind, these creatures could be in any of them. There is no guarantee they will stay in The Beast. Watch out for them in The Edge of Hell, The Chambers of Poe, or in the Macabre Cinema attractions.
**The aracni-apes are the intellectual property of Dark Oak Creations.