2005-07-17 08:47:29 ET|
I have had the entire weekend off and you know what I have done, absolutely nothing! It feels odd, not having something to do every day, having someone call me up to go out or what not, but in time, I am sure I will meet some new people, because as we all know, I am a total people person, like a moth to a flame it is!
Last weekend was enjoyable, I went with Lucifer and Lux, we got to see Combichrist when they stopped here in the midst of their tour. They were marvelous by the way, of course, I have seen them before but in this context, it was far superior. I however regrettably missed the entire mess that took place with Karloz of Manufactura, we decided that we were feeling a tad too tired for the Castle, the local goth/industrial club where the after party was being held, we had already been there the night before. Sigh, I always miss the fun stuff, drunken industrial musicians being pummeled by goth club bouncers who are old school punks and psychobilly guys, yeah, those are definitely guys you do not want to mess with. Next time though, I will be there and I shall report on it!
Other than that, I am in the midst of a massive bleaching of my bangs, as of now, they look interesting, flamey, in time though, I hope they will be ridiculously white, like the rest of me, ha ha. When my bangs are to my specifications, I shall post some pictures for you to enjoy, so you can ask what were you thinking, why did you do this, and so forth.
I saw two movies this week, we finally got to see War of the Worlds, which was fanstastic by the way, for any of you who have not had the oppurtunity to see the film yet, I found the film to be far more frightening than Land of the Dead which I found myself disappointed in after all the build-up. Than on Friday night, we saw Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, in a word, magnificant, this film was everything I had hoped and more, I recommend everyone drop what they are doing and go now to see it! It was nice to see a more light hearted movie since I noticed that I only watch with darker themes to them, not to say Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is not dark, it is, but you can expect no less from the mind of Tim Burton. It was also terribly funny, which is always a positive, especially with my melancholy mood as of late. I now have high hopes for The Devil's Rejects that comes out next week, it had better be good or else... *Shakes fist*
And for all of those who are attending the LA Industrial Music Festival, you suck and I hate you, so there. *Sticks out tongue* Heh, just kidding, enjoy yourselves and remember to drink plenty of liquids, ahem. ~_^