Welcome again to We Have Always Live the Kraken, a pop culture blog transmitted directly to you from the belly of the beast. Here in the Notes we’ll show you this week’s posting schedule.
Some people are angry about Sunday night’s debate…
But they just need to think happier thoughts.
Killtoberfest is upon us, so make sure to check the blog and our Twitter @insidethekraken to see what Kyu has for us this year.
Things are going to run a bit differently during Killtoberfest, as we are leaving the day-by-day structure behind until November. With that said, from the depths of the Kraken, here is what we are bringing you this week.
Killtoberfest: Kyu will keep this updated to let you know what goes up during the week.
- #7: The Shining (1980)
- #8: Room 237
- #9: Creepshow
- #10: Paranormal Activity
- #11: Christine (1983)
- #12: Cujo
Here’s what the rest of us lazy bums have to offer (also will be updated throughout the week as necessary).
- I mean we said we were lazy…
Catch of the Week:
Each and every week the residents here in the Kraken will offer one recommendation for the week that we think you all would enjoy. It might be a movie. It might be a book. Who knows? This is your… Catch of the Week.
David: This week I would like to recommend an anime that just re-aired with a new episodee, Majestic Prince. Another in a line of child soldier mech series, Majestic Prince proved itself to be different by effectively combining the the seriousness of war with teen hijinks. The understated guilt the adults in the series have over forcing these children into war is effective, and the show did a great job of balancing different tones that never should have worked together. So catch up now on the first season, and be ready for the movie that is soon to be released.
That’s it for this week. Rumors that the stars above the Kraken are brighter due to a transdimensional effect are misguided; the visual magnification is actually the result of a semi-poisonous atmosphere regularly exhaled by the great beast. Visitors are encouraged to access the skywalk for no more than three minutes per day for minimum exposure.