If this doesn’t warm your heart, then it must be made of steel surrounded by ice.
I declare Robin Thicke’s BLURRED LINES as song of Summer 2013
Just an FYI…
For me? I like to listen to a little jazz or classical music when I read. Songs with lyrics tend to distract me while reading (same reason why I can’t have the TV on). The words that I read tend to jumble with what’s on TV and all of a sudden I’m thinking that Katniss (Hunger Games) is sleeping with POTUS (Scandal).
Booktrack creates synchronized soundtracks for e-books that automatically matches music, sound effects and ambient sound to your reading speed to create an better reading experience. I haven’t tried this Bookshelf app just yet, but its a good idea to enhance your reading experience.
Happy Halloween from Teen Witch!
Foget Grease! If Sandy could be represented by a movie, she would be Vigo from Ghostbusters II who tries to destroy the city with its slime (water) as it evades the subway lines and travels through the city streets. Ghostbusters (New Yorkers) band together and defeats Vigo (or Sandy) from devastasting and taking over.
No Sandy…you did not win.
- Pet Sematary by Stephen King: There is no horror reading list without a Stephen King book.
- The Amityville Horror by Jay Anson: Based on a true story of a family’s paranormal experiences inside a New York home.
- House of Leaves by Mark Z. Danielewski: Horror story of love story? You be the judge!
- Suffer the Children by John Saul: Part of my childhood was spent awake at night because of this book.
- Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury: Stories about carnivals always tend to be scary.
- All Mine by Portishead:
- My Mind is Playing Tricks on Me by Geo Boys: Haunted stories from the hood.
- Thriller by Michael Jackson: Because no one else can take a horror song to help push an album into the best selling of all time.
- Children of the Corn score by Jonathan Elias: Children’s choirs already freak me out, but this…
- I Want You by Elvis Costello: Its all about the lyrics.
- The Shining: Jack Nicholson, haunted hotel, dead girls holding hands…need I say more?
- The Exorcist: People passed out during the premiere!
- Silence of the Lambs: Laugh on one part and sh*t in your pants the next.
- Halloween: Because its self-titled and Michael gets the award for “Hardest-to-kill villain.”
- Rosemary’s Baby: Everything about this movies is pretty creepy…except for Mia Farrow’s haircut (it’s pretty).