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Creature's Corner

Hey Gang:
Well it's a short one today. The ether box at the castle blew during those weird storms we had last week and it's not fixed yet so I'm borrowing a Computer to write to all you fine people out there in PCR land.

One of those storms was so strong there were three discernible lightning bolts coming to the ground around the "Castle." Gorblie and his nephew Goblie were hiding under the great table because of all the racket and lightning going on around here. It was a rough one with the sky lighting up as though relecting a welding arc. I was sure the good Professor was up to his old tricks conjuring up something (or someone) in the west tower.

"The Devil's Rejects"
Anyway, the gang and I (all the misfits) went to see the new "Zombie" movie, "THE DEVIL'S REJECTS." All I can say is "WWWWWOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW!" This movie was awesome, and not just because of how graphic it was (and it was graphic). It was well produced, well acted, and all that good stuff was backed by an easily understood storyline (well, not much of a story, but easily understood). I thoroughly enjoyed it from beginning to end. Though it is extremely graphic in nature (not reccommended for small children) I don't feel that diminished the story. "THE DEVIL"S REJECTS" is a good movie that will enjoy a long life as a DVD release. I give it 3 ½ Screams on the Creature Scale. Go see it, Captain Spaulding and his family will be waiting.

C-ya in seven! OI!

The "Creature"  The Creature from Clearwater

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