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Annie Horror Picture Show

 Everything in this post was generated by AI.)  Once upon a time, in a world where musicals collided, there was a young girl named Annie who dreamed of becoming a famous singer. She lived in an orphanage run by a strict and cruel matron, who made her clean and scrub floors all day long. One night, Annie decided to run away from the orphanage in search of a better life. She stumbled upon a strange castle, where she was welcomed inside by a group of eccentric characters, led by a flamboyant transvestite scientist named Dr. Frank N. Furter. At first, Annie was hesitant to join in the wild and raucous festivities of the castle, but soon she was swept up in the excitement and energy of the group. She discovered that Dr. Furter was working on a secret project in his laboratory, a creation he called "Rocky," who was meant to be the ultimate singing sensation. Annie was enchanted by the idea of becoming a famous singer, and begged Dr. Furter to let her sing with Rocky. He agreed, and

Little Shop Of Horrors (1986)

The 1986 musical film Little Shop of Horrors has an interesting backstory. The original movie wasn't a musical. It was a cheap Roger Corman horror/comedy filmed on leftover sets over a few days. Jack Nicholson was in a small part, which is probably the main reason the film is even remembered today. Well, that and the fact that, for some reason in the early 1980s, someone saw this goofy 1960 movie and thought it would be a great basis for an off-Broadway musical. The show premiered in 1982, and it became the basis for the 1986 movie. So the movie is based on a play that is based on a movie. The movie (the 1986 musical) stars Rick Moranis as Seymour, a goofy guy who finds a weird plant after a freak solar eclipse. He names the plant after the girl he pines after, Audrey. Audrey is played by Ellen Green. She is a good-hearted but flaky blonde with a squeaky voice. They both work at Mr. Mushnik's flower shop. Seymour's plant, Audrey II, begins to attract new cust

Anna Nicole Smith Vs. Apollo Creed

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.) Anna Nicole Smith stepped into the boxing ring, feeling a mix of excitement and nervousness. She was about to go up against one of the greatest boxers of all time - Apollo Creed. Creed was a towering figure, with rippling muscles and a fierce look in his eye. He had never faced an opponent quite like Anna before, but he was confident in his abilities and ready to take on all challengers.   As the bell rang, Anna and Creed emerged from their corners, circling each other warily. Anna was quick on her feet, darting in and out of Creed's reach and landing a few jabs to his body. Creed responded with a powerful left hook, but Anna managed to dodge out of the way. The two boxers continued to trade blows, each one determined to come out on top. Anna was a scrappy fighter, using her agility and quick reflexes to dodge Creed's punches and land a few of her own. Creed, for his part, was relentless, throwing punch after punch with incredible

The Mental Wizard by Kenneth Robeson

  The Mental Wizard was my first experience with a Doc Savage story. I grew up on comic books and still love them, so I had heard the name Doc Savage over and over again as one of the precursors to superheroes. I had picked up a few tidbits of information about him from interviews with comic book writers and artists, and from books on the history of comic books. (Yes, I am really that big a nerd.) But I still didn't really know the character. So when I saw a copy of The Mental Wizard (labelled on the cover Doc Savage #53) at a used bookstore I snatched it up. I'm not going to bury the lead. I was really disappointed with this book. Not just the story either. The characters, up to and especially the main character of Doc Savage. Doc Savage is a character with no faults, and no weaknesses. I guess this made him attractive to young kids during the Depression, but now it makes him boring. He has 5 sidekicks who are all the top of their fields. But the thing is, Doc is

Ringo Starr Proposes To Mitch McConnell

  (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)  It was a warm summer evening in Liverpool, and Ringo Starr was feeling nervous. He had invited Mitch McConnell, the former Senate Majority Leader, to his home to discuss a matter of great importance. As McConnell arrived, Ringo greeted him warmly, offering him a seat in his cozy living room. They made small talk for a few minutes, sipping on cups of tea and discussing the weather, but Ringo knew that he had to get down to business. Taking a deep breath, he turned to McConnell and said, "Mitch, there's something that I've been meaning to ask you." McConnell looked at him curiously. "What is it, Ringo?" Ringo hesitated for a moment before finally blurting out, "Mitch, will you marry me?" McConnell's eyes widened in shock. "What? Ringo, I don't understand. Are you serious?" Ringo nodded earnestly. "Yes, I am. I know it might sound strange, but I've been thinking about it for

Fox Mulder Vampire Hunter

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.) The night was dark and chilly as Special Agent Fox Mulder made his way through the deserted alleyways of Washington D.C. Armed with a silver cross and a stake, he was on a mission to hunt down one of the most elusive creatures known to man - a vampire. Mulder had received a tip-off that a vampire had been spotted in the city, and he knew that he had to act fast before it claimed any more victims. He had already lost too many people he cared about to these creatures of the night, and he was determined to put an end to their reign of terror. As he walked, he couldn't help but feel a sense of unease. He knew that vampires were powerful and cunning, and he was acutely aware that he was in great danger. But he also knew that he had to keep his wits about him if he was going to catch this one.   Suddenly, he saw a figure in the distance. It was moving quickly and stealthily, and Mulder knew that it had to be the vampire he was looking for.

Batman and Robin Vs The Rolling Stones

  (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)   Batman and Robin were patrolling the streets of Gotham City when they received a call from Commissioner Gordon. "Batman, Robin, we've just received a tip that the Rolling Stones are planning to rob the Gotham City Bank. You need to stop them before they can get away with the money!" Batman and Robin quickly made their way to the bank, where they found the Rolling Stones trying to break into the vault. "Stop right there!" shouted Batman, as he and Robin emerged from the shadows.   Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, and Bill Wyman turned to face the Dynamic Duo, looking surprised and caught off guard. "What's the meaning of this?" demanded Jagger. "You're under arrest for attempted robbery," said Batman, as he and Robin moved closer. But the Rolling Stones weren't about to give up without a fight. They pulled out their guitars, and began to play a loud and aggr