EXT. DESERT – DAY An EGYPTIAN WOMAN stands on top of a pyramid and places thefinal brick in place. She slides down the side and lands atthe bottom, disappearing for a moment in a cloud of dust. As the dust settles we see her opening a lunchbox. She gazesinside and notices her sandwich has beenContinue reading “Psychedelic Lunchbox | Role Model”
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Hank stands in line dripping blood like the disgusting bloody cop that he is. He waits with his wife and two daughters for their picture with Santa. The line is beginning to move faster. All the Christmas lights in the storefront windows have turned on. Everyone’s breath hangs in the chill air doing a danceContinue reading “Unthinkable Cramps | Christmas in Unthinkable Cramps”
George mopes down the windy sidewalk with dirt blowing in his eyes. He scratches them until they bleed. A flyer is forced off a telephone pole by a strong gust and through the air. It ducks under signs and excuses its abrupt visitation on passersby, “Pardon me, I didn’t want to be here. So sorry.”Continue reading “Unthinkable Cramps | George and the Flyer”
Sasha and Yoyo sleep with their eyes closed and heads outside their tents to warm their nightmares by the fire. But blocking the heat, unable to sleep, sits Belinda staring into the flames. A marshmallow melts away at the end of a short stick as the heat crawls up her hoof. The events from earlierContinue reading “Unthinkable Cramps | Belinda Breaks”
Do you like Bigfoot clones on acid? What about talking flowers? Strange lands? Great. Here’s a book that’s just a real joy to read if you find yourself in prison or alone with the windows shut and the gas on.
Phantom is the story, told by a narrator behind the wheel of a car, about a Phantom made out of loneliness by a Mad Lady. His unusual adventures begin when he becomes part of someone’s art collection against his will. Each folder entry seems to be composed of two parts: the narrator’s own journal entry andContinue reading “Phantom Vol. 1”