Friday, October 29, 2021
So..... now that the coven has calmed and Benjamin is comfortable and all settled in, you know I have questions. At FH, I'm all about process, and I was curious about how the shoot came together, the witch was created, and of course, where the hell did Tom Nakielski (Lights On Studio) find that incredibly beautiful clock! Thankfully, Tom was up for sharing all the juicy details!
A modern-day witch uses spells and magic to get men to fall in love with her, with deadly consequences.
Thanks to DC'S Men of the Moment, I recently discovered The Love Witch. Although it looks like a film shot in the 60's or 70's, it was actually released in 2016. That look and feel was very intentional. The film was shot on 35mm film, and printed from an original cut negative. The film was acclaimed by critics for its playful tribute to 1960s horror and Technicolor films, combined with its serious inquiry into contemporary gender roles
The erotic horror film was written, edited, directed, produced, and scored by Anna Biller. The beautiful and bewitching Samantha Robinson leads the cast as Elaine Parks, a modern-day witch who uses spells and magic to get men to fall in love with her with predictably very disastrous results.Stephen Wozniak
Hoping to find a new lover, Elaine performs a ritual to find one and soon meets Wayne, a literature professor at the local college. The two travel to Wayne's cabin, where she gets him to drink a concoction containing hallucinogens. Once the two have sex Wayne becomes emotional and clingy which proves to be a turnoff for Elaine. He dies the next day and Elaine buries his body along with a witch bottle containing her urine and used tampon.
As is tradition here at FH, this past Saturday, we had our annual Halloween gala and costume contest. With Covid still a risk, vaccinations were mandatory for all participants. Masks were also required, except for when official portraits were taken for the contest. Social distancing was encouraged, but with a room filled of hot, mostly naked men, we quickly gave up trying to enforce it. We did reduce the numbers, and sadly, spectators were not allowed at this years bash, but thanks to FH, some of the best and most creative non-costumes are featured here.
Except for his helmet, this sexy gladiator didn't wear much. He did get bonus points however, pushing him into the finals for arriving straddling a horse.
We get a lot of hot cops each year, but this is our first London Bobby. This contestant earned the judges respect for bobbing the most apples with the use of his night stick.