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COLLEGE BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT UPDATES

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Gillette College PronghornsFINAL FOUR – FIRST BERTH – The 8 seeds – the GILLETTE COLLEGE PRONGHORNS – stunned the nation yesterday with their upset win over the top seeded TRINITY VALLEY COLLEGE CARDINALS. The Pronghorns led the Cardinals in this Battle Royal by a slender margin of 36-34 at Halftime. After the break the action was just as fierce, but in the end Gillette College walked away with an 87-83 victory. Kavell Bigby- Williams led the Pronghorns into the Final Four with a Double- Double of 19 points and 20 rebounds.  

BlUE DRAGONSBIGGGGGGGGGFINAL FOUR – SECOND BERTH – This game pitted the 7 seeds – the HUTCHINSON COLLEGE BLUE DRAGONS – against the 2nd seeded NORTHWEST FLORIDA STATE RAIDERS, the defending national champions. The Blue Dragons set the hardcourt on fire with an upset of their own, clubbing the Raiders into submission by a score of 55-28 at the midpoint. In the 2nd Half both teams scored in the 60s as Hutchinson College advanced to the Final Four with a Century Club level tally of 116-90. Samajae Haynes-Jones tossed in 33 points for the Blue Dragons. Continue reading

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GHOSTWATCH (1992): MICRO-REVIEW

Ghostwatch 1992GHOSTWATCH (1992) – This was a British made for t.v. movie that aired on Halloween Night in 1992. Ghostwatch is a nice – albeit boring – little novelty item for the way it anticipated the paranormal “reality” (LMAO) shows of today.

The telefilm also can’t help but put viewers in mind of the Paranormal Activity series and countless other Found Footage horror movies. Ghostwatch involves much older technology of course but for once, since the make-believe t.v. crew is filming their investigation of a haunted house, it MAKES SENSE for people to be filming everything.   Continue reading

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BLOOD OF DRACULA (1957)

I’ve been getting emails requesting that I review this movie, but I already did in 2010. For the folks requesting it, here it is again. And remember, if you want instant gratification for your bad movie fix you can check my Bad Movie page to see if I’ve already reviewed the movie you’re requesting: https://glitternight.com/bad-movies/

BLOOD OF DRACULA (1957) – Category: Bad enough and with a classically weird premise but not fun-bad enough for my highest rating.   Not to be confused with Blood Of Dracula’s Castle, yet another of the roughly 9,712 movies in which John Carradine appeared. No, this little honey is best remembered as the movie that should have been called I Was A Teenage Vampire. It’s from the people who brought us both I Was A Teenage Werewolf and I Was A Teenage   Frankenstein. Not only Continue reading

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO BALLADEER’S BLOG FROM CASEY JAMES!

The 21st Century love goddess called Casey James offering birthday greetings to Balladeer's Blog.

The 21st Century love goddess called Casey James offering birthday greetings to Balladeer’s Blog.

Balladeer's Blog

Balladeer’s Blog

Yes, Balladeer’s Blog turns FIVE years old today! Thank you to the beautiful Casey James who took time out from stealing hearts and kicking butts to wish my site a Happy Birthday!

For some announcements and a lot MORE pics of the incredibly lovely Casey read on: Continue reading

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AIWEL LONGAR: THE EPIC MYTH

Aiwel Longar

Aiwel Longar

Once again Balladeer’s Blog examines a neglected epic myth from around the world. Previously I have dealt with epics from the Navajo, Vietnamese, Iroquois, Aztec, Hawaiian, Chinese and other belief systems.

The mythic tale of Aiwel Longar comes from the Dinka pantheon. Nhialic is the supreme deity to the Dinka and the first man and woman he created were Garang and Abuk. The Dinka people live in the Upper Nile in Sudan, as they have for centuries.

AIWEL LONGAR

I often cover the way in which cultures which come into contact borrow mythic material from each other to embellish their own respective belief systems. The story of Aiwel Longar clearly influenced (and vice versa) Egyptian, Jewish, Christian and Muslim myths. It also bears striking similarities to the Gnostic Hymn of the Pearl.

PART ONE – Born as simply Aiwel, this figure was a gift from the god of the Nile River to Aiwel’s widowed and childless mother. The infant already had a full set of teeth when his mother picked him up out of the Nile River, where the river god had set him adrift.

Like many mythic figures Aiwel could Continue reading

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THIS BEAUTIFUL LADY KNOWS SEXY PEOPLE READ BALLADEER’S BLOG

And this incredibly sexy lady should know!

And this incredibly sexy lady should know!

This gorgeous lady certainly knows sexy so take it from her, the sexiest people read Balladeer’s Blog!

FOR ADDITIONAL SEXY LADIES CLICK HERE:  Continue reading

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KITTEN NATIVIDAD, THE LIVING LEGEND, LOVES BALLADEER’S BLOG

THE ONE AND ONLY KITTEN NATIVIDAD POSSESSES BEAUTY, TALENT AND GOOD TASTE IN BLOGS.

THE ONE AND ONLY KITTEN NATIVIDAD POSSESSES BEAUTY, TALENT AND GOOD TASTE IN BLOGS.

The magnificent Kitten Natividad is a living legend and is just as irresistable as ever! The beautiful actress has appeared in countless films over the years, from Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens to Airplane and Airplane II, Beverly Hills Cop II and so many others!

In this photo the iconic sex symbol shows her good taste with a kind shoutout to Balladeer’s Blog.  

FOR ADDITIONAL SEXY LADIES CLICK HERE:  Continue reading

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BEAUTIFUL ALANA LOVES BALLADEER’S BLOG

A SEXY AND DANGEROUS LADY WHO LOVES BALLADEER'S BLOG

A SEXY AND DANGEROUS LADY WHO LOVES BALLADEER’S BLOG

Special thanks to the gorgeous and intelligent Alana for this very kind shoutout to Balladeer’s Blog! For additional pics of this incredibly beautiful and talented lady click here: Continue reading

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TEDDI BARRETT AS EDWARD WOZNIAK’S MORDILLO BLUSH IN AN ALL-NEW STORY!

Teddi Barrett as Edward Wozniak's Neo-Pulp heroine Mordillo Blush.

Teddi Barrett as Edward Wozniak’s Neo-Pulp heroine Mordillo Blush.

At last it’s the second serialized story of Dr Mordillo Blush, Edward Wozniak’s Neo-Pulp heroine! Last time around Dr Blush – modeled by Teddi Barrett, the world’s sexiest woman – saved millions of lives in Los Angeles. This time around Mordillo is out to save adults on Elm Street from certain death at the hands of a macabre menace who stalks the dream dimension. Continue reading

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BEAUTIFUL CASEY JAMES AND ANOTHER OF BALLADEER’S BLOG’S OBSCURE SPAGHETTI WESTERNS

Casey James, Balladeer's Blog's Official Movie Hostess

Casey James, Balladeer’s Blog’s Official Movie Hostess

Casey James is as lethal as she is lovely and she is kind enough to be Balladeer’s Blog’s Official Movie Hostess. This time around the voluptuous love goddess is presenting the latest in a series of my reviews of the more obscure Spaghetti Westerns – the ones not well known to viewers who are only familiar with Sergio Leone’s films. 

JOHN THE BASTARD (1967) – Don’t believe websites or reviews that call this a western adaptation of the story of Casanova. Instead, it is clearly a western adaptation of Don Juan, right down to a death by statue finale.

Our hero John Donald (Don Juan, John Donald … get it?) is a slick-talking gunslinger who seduces the ladies and outshoots their men as he roams the west with his manservant (not an African American) who often abets his boss’s trysts like Don Juan’s servant in the classic tale. Think of the scurvy adventures of the British antihero Harry Flashman and you’ll know what to expect from this movie. Continue reading

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