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Featured Shop - Hat Creek Creations
Hat Creek Creations is run by Meg from Louisiana. Her shop is filled with lots of great hand-painted items.
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How did you choose your shop name?
"Like the movie :Lonesome Dove" the creek that runs in front of our home is called "Hat Creek". And for fans of the movie, YES, I do have a sign in my yard that says "We don't rent pigs" :)"
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Why did you choose to make/sell what you do?
"I have always enjoyed painting as a creative release and just a simple way to relax. When I ran out of friends and relatives to give my items away to I decided to try and sell them."
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What inspires the designs/creations you make?
"Much of my inspiration comes from the person I am creating for. I really enjoy painting sorority and bridesmaid glasses. The glasses that are the most fun to make are the ones where the customer describes the recipient. For example, I painted glasses for a group of bridesmaids with each personality in mind. The themes of the different glasses ranged from travel and beach to horror movies and tattoos."
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What new designs/creations would you like to add to your shop in the future?
" I am working on a variety of "cookies for Santa" plates for the holidays. I love the idea of these plates being part of a yearly tradition, and imagine how excited young children are to use them each year."
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Since it's Halloween I had to asked the shops to share their favorite horror films.
"I'm really a chicken when it comes to spooky movies, My family, on the other hand, loves them --- the more blood and gore the better. When they watch them, I slip off to my craft room and paint. If pressed, I would say prefer the much tamer, older ones like Psycho and Carrie."
Attack of the 31 Nights of Halloween Movie List.
Follow along with us for a month full of classic and fun spooky movies. Each night there will be a movie review of the next movie on our Halloween Movie List. Leave a comment on each post with your opinion of that movie. On the last day you will find the magic phrase you will use to unlock the entry worth 25 entries in the giveaway. You must comment on each post.
Night 7 - Scream
Tagline - Don't Answer The Phone. Don't Open The Door. Don't Try To
Someone's Taken Their Love Of Scary Movies One Step Too
From The First Name In Suspense Comes The Last Word In
Directed by Wes Craven (Nightmare on Elm St., People Under the Stairs and Cursed) and released on December 20, 1996 by Dimension Films (Rated R). High school. All of the people around Sidney (Neve Campbell) start to die off. The killer seems to be someone who has seen one too many horror movies. Everyone is a suspect. Can you figure out who?
I really do love these movies. They shot a breath of new life into the horror genre with a perfect mix of scariness and comedy. It poked fun at the genre itself but in a very loving way and had an extreme sense of violence. I remember being a bit shocked by how brutal the first one was. As with anything else it becomes more common place after awhile but I still think it is shocking.
The movies have to work to find a reason for the killer to keep going as the sequels keep coming (Four in all as of now) but I think they do pretty good. The best parts are always the opening scenes. They are all wonderful but I think part 2 is the creepiest because it plays on the fear that even in a crowded room of people you still are not safe.
One of the best treats here comes in part 3. I've never been a big fan of Parker Posey but she is great at portraying Gail Weathers in the 3rd Stab movie. Watching her and the real Gail (Courtney Cox) together is too funny.
Take a look at the original trailer.
Some trivia about the movie
1.Billy's surname, Loomis, is the same as that of Donald Pleasance's character in Halloween (1978), which in turn was the name of Marion Crane's lover in Psycho (1960).
2. When the killer smashes his head through a window and Casey hits him in the face with the phone, Wes Craven is actually wearing the costume and was really hit in the face.
3. Tatum's house is right across the street from the house in Santa Rosa, California used in Pollyanna (1960). It is also across the street from the house used in Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt (1943). The house in the opening scene was next door to the house used in Cujo (1983).
4. Billy's surname, Loomis, is the same as that of Donald Pleasance's character in Halloween (1978), which in turn was the name of Marion Crane's lover in Psycho (1960).
5. On "The Directors" (2007), David Arquette revealed that he presumptuously turned down the role of "Billy" in favor for playing "Dewey", which was originally written as a hunky, leading man part.
6. The use of caller ID increased more than threefold after the release of this film.
7. The idea of the pet door in the garage came from Williamson's assistant. Originally, Tatum's death scene was to be a fist fight with the killer, and having the door come down on her neck.