This week we welcome back Mike from Pagan! He brings us some cool music courtesy of John Carpenter, while Kelly tells a tale of Santas, and Mel talks about some zombie food.
Documentary: ‘I Am Santa Claus‘ on Netflix
- A documentary that follows several Professional Santas throughout an entire year.
- Being Santa is harder than it looks, folks.
- Did you know that wrestler Mick Foley wants to be a Pro Santa? Kelly did!
- Mr. Foley also produced this movie.
- See more at iamsantaclausemovie.com and @IAmSantaMovie
- “No Nudity At The Buffet!”
*Turns out the Santa that Mel knows in Texas isn’t one from this movie. Darn.
And here is Kelly with Mick Foley…
Music: Lost Themes by John Carpenter
- Did you know that John Carpenter scored most of the films he made? Mike did!
- This is Mr. Carpenter’s first standalone album, and it’s a work of art. (Mel really liked it too!)
- Rowdy Roddy Piper was in ‘They Live’, which John Carpenter directed and scored…
- Go to johncarpenter.sacredbonesrecords.com and watch film clips as the song ‘Vortex’ plays. IT IS AWESOME!
- Listen over on Spotify, if you dare.
*Also listen for a beautiful Julian Sands (WARLOCK!) story from a con that Mike was at.
Book: ‘The Snacking Dead’ by D.B. Walker
- A fun cookbook that also contains an entertaining little story about a man named Daryl. He may or may not be a Dixon. I’ll leave that up to you.
- It features a Pizza Peel wielding mom determined to keep her family together AND well-fed during the Zombie Apocalypse.
- Grab this little gem for your next ‘The Walking Dead’ party or just anytime your home is hosting a horde. The recipes are fairly simple, but have just enough flair to make them interesting (lime pickled jalapenos, anyone?).
Social Media Recommendations:
Mel: @BethCato, because she has a section of her blog called ‘Bready or Not’!
— Beth Cato (@BethCato) February 11, 2015
Kelly: @cvflc22 : an instigator of hashtag games!
Mike: @petegenepool: Pete runs Gene Pool Records. Mike is also on Gene Pool Records….. Please pester him…. from Mike.
— Pete Genepool (@petegenepool) October 16, 2014