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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Today's The Day For Wrestlemania ...

Today is the day for Wrestlemania XXVI, baby!

This is so freaking Awesome!

So I'm blowing my wad for songs today. It's music and themes from past and present, from Shawn Michaels and his self-sung grating 80s theme to The Miz and Jack Swagger, plus my favorite theme of all time. It's the first song and it's a kick ass wrestling theme for a heavily hyped and short lived tag team.

Here you go ...

3 Minutes

The Miz

Latino Heat

Shawn Michaels

Jack Swagger

Let It Roll (Smackdown Theme)

Across The Nation (Old Raw Theme)

Enjoy the music and I'll see you bitches at Wrestlemania!

Friday, March 26, 2010

The Road To Wrestlemania XXVI ...

So my wife and I are going to be leaving later today for the valley of the sun so that I can be there for Wrestlemania XXVI.

So here are some more C.P.R. songs for you ...

Saliva: Turn The Tables (Dudley Boys)

CM Punk

Adam's Housecat: The Wrestling Song

Good stuff.

The bad news about my dreams of Wrestlemania is that I have been having severely painful intestinal cramps for the past 24 hours. I've been near tears at times. It hurts so bad that I can barely stand up straight. It hurts like a mofo and I can't stand it and want to rip my stomach right out of my body, Saw-style.

But nothing, not even the worst intestinal cramps, will stop me from my dreams.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Steve's Road To Wrestlemania ...

So we're leaving sometime tomorrow for Arizona for this sunday's big Wrestlemania XXVI.

I'm so freaking excited!

Here's another song.

Shelton Benjamin

That's it. Rock on.

And wish me luck.

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

My Road To Wrestlemania ...

Reverend Steve is once again coming thru for all my invisible internet fans that may or may not exist, all 9 to possibly 5,000 of you.

Here is yet another free wrestling song for you to download as I get more and more exzcited about my SEVENTH (or is it sixth) row seats to this sunday's Wrestlemania XXVI! Today's songs are lighthearted ones, fun ones that I yoinked from way back in my days in Arizona State. Good times from way back last decade.

12 Cents For Marvin: King Of The Ring (The WWF Song)

Throwing Toasters: Wrestler's Love

And that's the bottom line 'cuz Reverend Steve says so.

Pictures Of My Kids ...

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Steve's Road To Wrestlemania Continues ...

This is a rare picture of me wearing my best Andy Kaufman wrestling attire challenging my story time arch rival Peter Rabbit to a wrestling match for the Story Time Championship belt. Over 70 people, kids AND adults, crammed into my children's department to watch this historic battle.

Soon after, management made it perfectly clear-NO MORE WRESTLING MATCHES!

Still, it was a freaking sweet match.

Anyhoo, here's some more C.P.R. (concert psyching rock) to get you excited as I make my first historic road trip to Wrestlemania 26! This is music for my very own road to Wrestlemania!

So today for your listening pleasure I have a few kick ass nineties theme song gems for you to bodyslam your significant other to. The late nineties was the golden age of professional wrestling. Everyone was into it. Stone Cold and The Rock were a household name. It was an amazing time to be a fan ...


Stone Cold


Ever since I was a little kid sitting on the living room floor with my older brother watching a rented beta tape of the first Wrestlemania I have dreamed of one day being there live.

Now, over twenty years later and at the absolute last second, my dream is about to come true.

It's Random Picture Time Again ...

I love me my random picture time!

Now have fun!

Steve's Church-less Movie Of The Week (Make-Up) ...

Yoinked from wikipedia and with my bad movie knowledge mixed in ...

"Tarantula is a 1955 science fiction film directed by Jack Arnold, and starring Leo G. Carroll, John Agar, and Mara Corday. Among other things, the film is notable for the appearance of a 25-year-old Clint Eastwood in an uncredited role as a jet pilot at the end of the film.

The plot concerns a biological researcher, Professor Gerald Deemer who is trying to prevent the food shortages which will result from the world's expanding population. With the help of atomic science, he invents a special nutrient on which animals can live exclusively, but which causes them to grow to many times their normal size. In his laboratory, he houses several oversized rodents and, inexplicably, a tarantula.

This film, although it might not seem like it, stands as a turning point for Universal who, even into the fifties, shot atmospheric horror with their legendary cannon of monsters. Even when they went humor with Abbot and Costello, their films remained spooky and atmospheric even when the script did not. This film showed the effect of the "atom" age. Gone were castles and full moons. Now for Universal, to borrow a line from the film Ed Wood, "it's all giant bugs, giant grasshoppers" from Tarantula on out. And as far as giant animal attack films go, this one stands above all others as the undisputed king.

The special effects for both the giant animals and the unfortunate scientist's deformity are fairly advanced for the time, with real animals (including a rabbit and a guinea pig in Professor Deemer's lab) being used to represent the giant creatures.

A real spider was also used for shots where the whole monster was shown, with models reserved for close-ups (and its skyscraper-sized version), resulting in a rather more convincing monster than the giant ants in the previous year's big-bug film, Them!.

The movie was filmed in and around the rock formations of 'Dead Man's Point' Lucerne Valley CA, a frequently used movie location for many early western films. Like Them!, Tarantula makes atmospheric use of its desert locations; and although a radioactive isotope does make an appearance, it differs from most big-bug films in having the mutation caused by the peaceful research of a well-intentioned scientist rather than nuclear weapons and/or a mad genius. Arnold was to use matte effects again two years later to show miniaturization rather than gigantism in The Incredible Shrinking Man, which also featured an encounter with a spider.

Bottom line: as far as giant mutated animal destroying things and causing general chaos, there are a lot worse movies you could watch than this, a fairly solid campfest from Universal right BEFORE they lost their horror movie mojo!"

Steve's Snacks Of The Week:



Cheap Chips

Chocolate Ice Cream

Confusion Over My Birthday Being Ruined Yesterday

Loads Of Free Time

... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety FOR FREE! Please, though, a few rules first. There's absolutely no talking in Steve's Theater and talkers WILL be raped ... although RAPE IS NOT A JOKE!

Anyways, no cell phones or African-American berries in the theater. No open flames. Dispose of all trash in its proper receptacle. And absolutely NO TEXTING! I am so super serious about that last one.

And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).



And here are the Sunday movies that we've seen so far ...

December 7th, 2008: Godzilla VS Mecha-Godzilla
December 14th: Godzilla VS Mothra (free to watch)
December 21st: Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (free to watch)
December 28th: Lord of the Rings (Rifftrack edition)
January 4th, 2009: Godzilla VS The Sea Monster
January 11th: Series 7 (free to watch)
January 18th: House of Wax
January 25th: Police Story 3
February 1st: Left Behind the Movie (free to watch)
February 15th: Godzilla VS Megalon
February 22nd: Jesus Christ Superstar (free to watch)
March 1st (part 1): Duck Soup
March 1st (part 2): Godzilla Final Wars
March 8th (part 1): Godzilla VS The Smog Monster
March 8th (part 2): The Three Caballeros
March 15th: Sonny Chiba's "The Street Fighter" (free to watch)
March 29th (part 1): I Bury The Living (free to watch)
March 29th (part 2): Drive-In Massacre (free to watch)
April 15th: Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (free to watch)
April 25th (part 1): Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla
April 25th (part 2): Godzilla Tokyo S.O.S. (free to watch)
May 3rd (part 1): Sex Madness (free to watch)
May 3rd (part 2): Frankenstein Conquers the World
May 10th (part 1): Muppet Treasure Island
May 10th (part 2): La Bamba (free to watch)
May 17th: Mothra (free to watch)
May 31st: Mega-Shark VS Giant Octopus (free to watch)
June 7th: Tommy (free to watch)
June 14th (part 1): Roger Corman's Fantastic Four (free to watch)
June 14th (part 2): Rodan (free to watch)
June 24th: MST3K's Godzilla VS Megalon (free to watch)
June 28th: Last Man On Earth (free to watch)
July 5th (part 1): Over The Top
July 5th (part 2): Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (free to watch)
July 12th (part 1): Air Guitar Nation
July 12th (part 2): Cockfight/We Are The Children (free to watch)
July 19th (part 1): Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saves the World) (free to watch)
July 19th (part 2): Turist Ömer (free to watch)
August 2nd: The Marx Bros' At the Circus (free to watch)
August 9th (part 1): MST3K's Marooned (free to watch)
August 9th (part 2): First Spaceship On Venus (free to watch)
August 16th (part 1): The Atomic Cafe (free to watch)
August 16th (part 2): MST3K's Night of the Blood Beast (free to watch)
August 30th: God Told Me To Kill (free to watch)
September 3rd: Rebirth Of Mothra (free to watch)
September 6th: Cinema Insomnia's The Wasp Woman (free to watch)
September 13th (part 1): A Bucket Of Blood (free to watch)
September 13th (part 2): Cinema Insomnia's Prince Of Space (free to watch)
september 21st: Theater of Blood (free to watch)
September 27th (part 1): The Brain That Wouldn't Die (free to watch)
September 27th (part 2):MST3K's Amazing Colossal Man (free to watch)
October 11th: Horror of Spider Island (free to watch)
October 18th (part 1): I Woke Up Early The Day I Died
October 18th (part 2): Earth VS The Flying Saucers (free to watch)
October 25th (part 1): Frogs (free to watch)
October 25th (part 2): King Kong Escapes
November 1st: The Thing With Two Heads (free to watch)
November 8th: Godzilla and Mothra: The Battle For Earth (free to watch)
November 15th (Franken-Week, Day 7): Frankenstein Conquers the World (free to watch)
November 22nd: The Giant Gila Monster (free to watch)
November 29th: MST3K Gamera Triple Feature (free to watch)
December 6th (part 1): She Demons (free to watch)
December 6th (part 2): MST3K's The Incredible Melting Man (free to watch)
December 13th: A Triple Threat of Riffs
December 20th: Manos (free to watch)
December 24th: Christmas Eve Bonus - Manster (free to watch)
December 27th (part 1): The Screaming Skull (free to watch)
December 27th (part 2): The Sadist/Eegah (free to watch)
January 3rd, 2010: Wrestling With Shadows (free to watch)
January 17th (part 1): Teenage Zombies (free to watch)
January 17th (part 2): Horror of the Zombies (free to watch)
January 24th: The Crawling Hand/The Monster That Challenged The World (free to watch)
January 30th: Atom Age Vampire, the Steve-a-fied Edition (free to watch)
February 14th: House On Haunted Hill-Original and Remake (free to watch)
February 21st: Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory (free to watch)
February 28th: The Atomic Brain LIVE in Steve's Living Room
March 7th: Lady Frankenstein (free to watch)
March 14th (part 1): Castle of Evil (free to watch)
March 14th (part 2): Tormented (free to watch)
March 21st: A.P.E (WARNING: movie contains a line about RAPE which may offend your more easily offended co-workers)