This year I drew my inspiration from a screenshot of v/h/s reviewed by our own Trevor and JPX. Even thought I missed my chance to view it in theaters I still admired (and was terrified) of this character:
|Just looking at her terrifies me!|
|Looking at me terrifies me!|
|JSP preparing his "Shivers" look.|
|A zombie go-go girl and an evil clown for a drummer; what more could one ask for?|
|Stuck in a hall of mirrors.|
|JSP took a little too much pleasure in hand-buzzing everyone he came across with.|
I also need to mention here that we had been taking Swing Dance lessons to be properly prepared for the amazing live music presented to us that evening by Slim Jenkins. I'd heard the band play a few times before when I had come to Verdi Club for their regular Tuesday night Swing. We got a fair share of dances in while mingling with the crowd and taking photos. The attendance was superb as were the costumes -- they just keep getting better and better every year!
|"Oh dear that's messy... Perhaps I could get you a moist towlette?"|
|A family reunion?|
|Hobo Clown sighting.|
|These two were absolutely disgusting but so much fun to hang out with!|
|The zombie in the green dress was wearing a necklace which consisted of her own severed finger (from an auto accident). The zombie rabbit in the middle ended up winning, though.|
Next year I propose flying Catfreeek out here for a unique, amazing experience! Any LA-LA Land people should make the Thon pilgrimmage up to the Bay for this exciting event, too. Just sayin'.