How d'you do, fellow creepers/window peepers? Yes, it's obviously been a while since I've been active here, but much like a bag of sullied men's laundry absentmindedly left behind at my local Planet Fitness, I find this wiki difficult to stay away from/imbue with my essence. And much like a haggard, financially-unstable ex-porn star in their fifties forced to star/direct/die in "Tim Curry's Succulent SlurryFest VII", I now prematurely and quite messily come out of retirement and return to the best wiki there is.
But enough about me.
What's been going on around here? Any interesting goings-on or happenings? Were there any departures or returns of longtime users? Seems like there's some new faces lurking about, why not come say hi to Uncle Fra…Read more >
So... after a few months of on-again, mostly off-again activity on the wiki, I'm back to say that, basically, I've returned.
I honestly felt pretty shitty when I was away about not being on to respond to users/do RB stuff/keep people updated about my situation, but to keep things short I unfortunately felt that it was necessary to completely step away from the wiki in order to deal with various IRL ongoings. I'm not going to go that in-depth with my stodgy personal dealings, but to give an idea of what I've been doing for the past while, it's been:
private issues + family concerns + an arduous job search + higher education stress + aggravating computer problems, including a period of time when I had no way of getting the internet + remarkabl…
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So as the resident Curry-head I felt I should make this blog post since it deals with one of Tim Curry's biggest roles. Just over a month ago (I'm lazy, okay?), Entertainment Weekly released a first-look photo of the new iteration of Pennywise the Dancing Clown, the otherworldly, face-painted antagonist to be featured in the 2017 film adaption of Stephen King's 1,100-page behemoth It. Of course It was already made into a 1990 two-part TV miniseries, with notorious British heartthrob Tim Curry as Pennywise. I personally enjoyed the 1990 series, despite its low budget, laughable effects and sometimes-shoddy acting. But what really made the 1990 series memorable was Curry's creepy-ass performance as Pennywise. But more on that later.
The actor set …Read more >