Time to do some digging in the TNUC RADIO-FM archives. With this remix still being as delicious as ever, I couldn’t help putting this clip together. This quick compilation of images and scenes is just a little taste for the young, the hungry and the ravenous ones that are in heat for a new TNUC video feature.
Now before you call me cheap and tell me my stock has gone down, I have good news for all you vidiots* and video vamps**. Two full-length videos are coming your way very soon. The Futurecop! 88′ Girls video is completed and ready to be unleashed upon the masses. I’m just eagerly awaiting their label to give me the OK. Once this happens, the video and single will be released simultaneously. Also, my video for Fabian is coming right around the corner. When I say this video will be pure, uncut, class-A Colombian, I mean it. For now, enjoy the above clip and these two tracks that should push you to the limit…
Dj DLG & Redroche – On the Run (The Outrunners remix) download
Christopher Cross – Ride Like the Wind download
*Vidiot (noun) – A person habitually consumed in video or computer games to the point of losing contact with the world around him, often evidenced by a blank or glazed look and disheveled appearance.
**Video Vamp (noun) – An alluring and seductive woman from the VHS era whose charms ensnare her lovers in bonds of irresistible desire, often leading them into compromising, dangerous, and deadly situations.
“TNUC can best be described as a master of combining visual and aural stimulation…as well as an obscure 80’s film king, dream warrior, fellow pizza lover and a fan of Staymoist. Whenever I need any of those things, which is all the time, I visit his blog. Bookmark that boner immediately. TNUC also partners up with my favorite DJ duo/ past Dear Menz interviewees Futurecop! quite often, including the video for upcoming single “1988 Girls.” Be on the lookout for that as well as more videos and the TNUC BONER OF THE MONTH CLUB! Sounds like a Male marie if you ask me. How could I not ask this Casanova to be our latest Dear Menz guest?…”
The great and mega-stylin’ blog Agent Lover had the audacity to interview TNUC as part of one of her “Dear Menz” features. We discussed important subjects such as erotic DeLorean fantasies and how influential John Stamos really is. Read what happened here!
Hello kiddies…I don’t know what it is about The Raft that I love so much. Even as a little kid, this 21 minute short story was always my choice cut from the Creepshow movies. The story begins with four teenagers who travel out to a secluded raft in the middle of a lake. Immediately they notice a black, oily figure in the water and come to find out that the object in the lake is a creature that has plans for the teenies. The story is fast-paced and its originality and gruesomeness makes for one of the creepiest tales I’ve ever seen.
I also love the idea of a horror tale being told during the daytime. That’s something you don’t see much these days and I think it’s due to the fact that not many directors can actually pull it off and make it as chilling as something shown in the dark. Here’s a behind the scenes clip of special effects team Greg Nicotero and Howard Berger sharing some tales about working on the movie, including their use of a product called “ultra-slime” for the blob. Check it out at 2:18 in the video…then go watch Creepshow 2!
In the Friday the 13th movies, the sound so many people think they hear “Ch Ch Ch”, is actually “Ki ki ki, ma ma ma”, Harry Manfredini created it after he knew of the scene where Mrs. Voorhees is saying “Kill her Mommy” and it is actually his voice echoed that makes the sound.
The original theme is so frightening, even Alice Cooper had to borrow it for the track that he contributed to the Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives soundtrack. As you must know, Alice is no stranger to nightmares, slashers, splatters, ghouls and goblins.
So here now is Alice with ‘He’s Back (The Man Behind the Mask)’, complete with the infamous “Ch-Ch-Ch, Ah Ah Ah”. Grab your machete and enjoy.
In these scenes from The Amityville Horror, George Lutz (James Brolin) makes it very clear that nothing stands in the way of a man and his axe, his beard and his lumber. Pay close attention to the expression on his face throughout the clip. So focused, so relentless, so terrifying.
Oak, cedar, pine…choose your wood.
Grizzly, sexual, violent…choose your beard.
I hope one day when I retire, I can relocate somewhere up North, either deep in the forest or by an ancient lake. I’ll grow my ferocious beard and chop wood all day and into the wee hours of the night. I’ll have enough fire wood to heat my home 365 days of the year. And I’ll do just that. My family will complain about the agonizing, scorching temperatures, but there’s nothing they can do about it. It could be the middle of December or the middle of July, rest assured that fire will be blazing. The wife and kids will be sweating profusely from the unbearable heat, while I’m relaxing comfortably in the living room…fire blazing, naked, beard sweating, eating a big steak and watching Road House.
Of course my old lady will love the bearded delight that walks in the door every day. As you can imagine, the strapping old beard works wonders in the bedroom. She calls it “The TNUC Touch“.