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THE KREEP GETS BITTEN *30 DAYS OF NIGHT* ON YOUTUBE, ITUNES, 100% OF NOTHING

Posted in NEWS with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 9, 2008 by got2write

The Kreep is a forlorn Gothic poet that reviews horror and Sci-Fi films in chilling kreepy verse. Created, written, and voiced by actor/writer R. O’Donnell and published by Static Multimedia, The Kreep is offered in several formats: a syndicated feature on100% OF NOTHING and STATIC MULTIMEDIA, with links to a free downloadable podcast on iTunes.  Selected poems will be given a visual treatment and posted on YOUtube as well.

A new Kreepy poem is available every Wednesday at midnight. This week, The Kreep explores the brilliantly resurrected vampire legend 30 Days Of Night (a band of vampires ascend on an Alaskan town for a month of darkness,) available now on gory DVD from Sony Pictures.

Take a dash of Vincent Price and a dash of Edward Gorey with just a pinch of Doctor Seuss and you’ll understand THE KREEP’s sensibility.

Available on iTunes as a free downloadable podcast on 100% OF NOTHING

THE KREEP ON 100% OF NOTHING

THE KREEP ON MYSPACE

THE KREEP ON VAMPIRE FREAKS

THE KREEP ON iTUNES †

THE KREEP ON YOUtube

THE KREEP is an R. Productions, Static Multimedia, and Hoffhines Production gig. © 2008 R. Productions

source: r-productions.com

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THE KREEP BITTEN 30 DAYS OF NIGHT ON ITUNE

Posted in NEWS with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 4, 2008 by got2write

 

Vampires are as old as the ground they are keen to be buried in. They have been lurking in the minds of men n’ women since the dawn of prose. They might have been dubbed other ghastly nicknames, but the thought of the dead sucking the blood of the living has faded in and out of our consciousness forever. They have been romanticized such as in Bram Stoker’s 1897 Gothic shocker Dracula. They have been brutalized as in the first film adaptation based upon that play Nosferatu (which Stoker’s widow sued considerably in her favor) with Max Schreck in the title role. Then romanticized yet again with Hungarian actor Bela Lugosi’s haunting yet alluring interpretation. Dawning black cape and white powder Bela fashioned a Hollywood icon that would cling to him until death, lowered into the earth as vampires are, wearing the very cape that plagued him throughout his sordid addicted life.

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source: r-productions.com