Hello friends! I know I have promised a lot more material and it is coming soon but I have been traveling a lot lately so time has not been on my side. Like right now for an example, I am in a hotel room in Minneapolis and it’s 38 degrees and raining outside. I include the weather because. Just because.
So, my brother Ben and I have a few joint reviews coming including some fantastic beer, Dry Soda, and how to be “Minnesotan”. I really love this state and you’ll see that in the video reviews ahead. Also, Beers with Movie Sauce has a few rocking so here is a little hint; “Oh you’re so coo.l Brewster!”
Again, I apologize for the lag but it’ll be worth the wait. I hope.
Until then, here is a GIF I made that will send you into seizure.
Okay, so I have been gone for thirty-two years and okay I have announced the start of a killer project and made everyone wait. I know that was rude but trust me I am back in with vengeance. By vengeance I mean back with some free time to post a few entries before work rears its head and eats time like may dog eats carrots. The life we live.
So you will notice that I have ponied up and purchased a Vimeo account because have found if you are posting a video waxing nostalgia about horror flicks, yapping about beer AND chugging ghost pepper sauce, you need time. The copyright nazis of YouTube and the small space of VideoPress just doesn’t work. So, if you want to browse the hundreds of videos I am doing for “Beers and Movie Sauce” as well as “Spooky NC”, that’s the place to check them out other than here at Veggiemacabre, of course.
Now, on to the show. Tonight we are chatting about the 1982 classic directed by Tobe Hooper and produced by Steven Spielberg, Poltergeist. I loved this movie going up and when it comes to things that goes bump in the night, my mind still questions if people only moved the head stones. A spooky thriller that grossed millions and possibly cursed cast members to their doom, this flick holds up even by today’s standards.
While we chat about why Poltergeist spooked us we are drinking the Winston-Salem’s own, Carolina Blonde from the good people at Foothills Brewery. It’s a good one folks and one I have a little pride in as a Winston local. And finally, we set it on fire with the new Texas Pete XXX hot sauce. A perfect Saturday night.
So sit back and enjoy. It knows what scares you.