Shots from last month’s Halloween party at Shadowland Lancaster. I did the stage design.
So yeah. This happened.
(via BOO!(bs) - Cheezburger)
I get a lot of folks asking for movie suggestions during the Halloween season. Especially with Netflix Instant service being pretty attainable. So, here’s some of my current favorites found on Netflix, in no particular order.
The Shrine: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1341710/
The Innkeepers: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1594562/
The House of the Devil: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1172994/
Trick ‘r Treat: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0862856/
Them (ils): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0465203/
In 1906 The Journal of the English Folk Song Society published a piece on the old English ballad “Death and the Lady.” Some enterprising female entertainer encountered the article and realized the story might be used as a great vaudeville piece about the evils of card play and alcohol. Touring performers were always searching for material that would play well in the sticks. The city folks would enjoy the Grand Guignol staging, the traditional song, and the vocal technique. Here Joseph Hall, the Brooklyn born photographer who had made a career on baseball pictures and theatrical production stills, captured the sequence of the action, providing a peculiarly detailed & rare view of the progress of a single vaudeville performance.
Click on images to see larger, richer versions; you can see the complete series of photos on the Historical Ziegfeld website by clicking here.