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Art Show

Headstone City will be appearing at the Art & Music Event located in Oakland NJ on October 27, 2012. That’s this Saturday!
We will be selling t-shirts and having a blast. If you are in the area, or live really far away and have nothing to do, then stop on over and say hi.

Halloween Re-Release

This October cannot come soon enough! John Carpenter’s 1978 masterpiece, “Halloween” is coming back to the big screen! Michael Myers will return for one night only on October 25th.
Screening prior to the film is a special documentary, “You Can’t Kill The Boogeyman: 35 Years of Halloween”.

The list of theaters the flick will be showing at is now up at HalloweenScreenvision.

Horror on Blu Ray

Those of you who enjoy your horror in ultra high definition, you now have a few things to look forward to this year.

Jaws will be released on Aug. 14.
Re-Animator will be released on Sept. 4.
Halloween III: Season of the Witch will be released on Sept. 18.
Last but not least, Criterion will be releasing
Rosemary’s Baby on Oct. 30th.
Just in time for Halloween!

The Dark Knight Has Come To An End

I’m sad to say that the Christopher Nolan version of the caped crusader has come to an end. The Dark Knight Rises will open tomorrow and Batman will inevitably be passed onto a new filmmaker for future films. Nolan has done a brilliant job in creating the world of Gotham and reinvigorating a once dead franchise; it will be a shame to see him go. Not many filmmakers have been able to take a comic book superhero and firmly ground them in our reality. Nolan has done this and he’s even gone beyond.


When a group of misfits is hired by an unknown third party to burglarize a desolate house and acquire a rare VHS tape, they discover more found footage than they bargained for.”

I honestly have no idea if this movie will be good or not. But it has one hell of a poster.

Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo

I for one never thought about what went into the fashion when making a NASA space suit. Sure I’ve thought about the suit as a life capsule one would use to survive. But the word fashion never entered my mind. I wish it had.
The new book, “Spacesuit: Fashioning Apollo” by Nicholas de Monchaux talks about NASA’s space suits and how they were designed by underwear seamstresses. Wild stuff.