September 2012

6.2 “Men can change,” muses, “but what about a monster?” Theme alert. But the shot cuts to the captain.

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6.1 brings paddles together as if in prayer after first pair of vic’s in s6. Foreshadow: religion & partners in crime.

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Love the theme in the mean time: soundcloud.com/milanrecords/d…

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My for s6 will continue after the season 7 premiere tonight. No spoilers. See the notes here: gorelets.com/nest/

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Vince calls “Dextrous” at Harry’s bday party. Or is it “Dextress” since he now carries a woman’s dark passenger, too?

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Great use of the recurring moon motif — here romantically reflected on the ocean below before Dex dumps his last body of s5.

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5.12 Baptista gives LaGuerta an “anniversary” gift — another necklace!

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s5 rages at reflection in plate; shock cut to plate being thrown directly at camera. Fracturing identifications.

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HorrorWriters NEW: THE GORELETS OMNIBUS by HWA Member Michael A. Arnzen horror.org/blog/?p=2957

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EllenDatlow Congrats to everyone who’ve won the including @ShearmanRobert @AnnVanderMeer @lavietidhar@jeffvandermeer@joehill et al

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HarryShannon Tom Piccirilli - fundraiser | Indiegogo bit.ly/SqXDzg

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@richardshields “The Amityville-Copaigue-Lyndenhurst-Babylon Horror”: I get it! That’s Merrick Road!

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Hey — meet :
The Stabbin’ in the Woods

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Maybe a better hashtag game would be ? Here’s one: President Evil

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The Grabbin’ in the Woods

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The Thingy

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5.3 Dexter sets up his kill room — like”putting my life back in order.” A wry comment on the sterility of perfectionism.

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5.6 Lumen: “What’s that?” : “Luminol… no relation.” Maybe not to Dex, but the association is made for us to consider.

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LOL @bobmueller Well, the first time I just assumed it was the spit of those drooling with jealousy. Now I realize it was just spite spit.

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heidirubymiller RT @InsidemanIMJ IMJ Site of the Day wp.me/p18K1B-9ns

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We know you love The Beatles @JasonJackMiller — but what’s your opinion on Wings?

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Love this watercolor. The eyes are just black shadow. The color is liquid, spattered like blood — but… fb.me/2igj5yVb3

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@amergina asks “What does a Stoker (award) taste like?” I’ve licked mine many times, expecting chocolate. But the answer is always old spit.

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s5 More necklaces : Jordan’s blood relic trophy, Alex’s jewelry trophy, Lumen’s lucky clover…

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5.9 Self-help guru Jordan Chase — name is virtually a homonym for Jesus Christ.

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I didn’t realize that Doakes’ “Surprise” was an actual internet meme awhile back. But I can see why. NSFW: knowyourmeme.com/memes/james-do…

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s5 The latent religious elements of the “Sante Muerte” case are mentally prepping us for season 6. Info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Mue…

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I have to assume that Jordan Chase’s “Take It” is a parody of the “Crush It!” self-actualization books: crushitbook.com

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‘Sho’ an author some love: Follow creator @dexterjeff on Twitter. And reminisce on his cameo from 3.10: youtu.be/xKvS5rC-MRw

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5.7 Jordan’s gift onesie reads ‘Born Primal’ — reminiscent of the ‘Born Free’ gift from Biney in S1.

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5.7 Important scene when Deb confesses no remorse for killing Fuentes…’Some people don’t deserve to live.’ Foreshadows s7?

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5.7 Cool match cut from elevator doors to parallel hairs in microscope. Literally parses out the issue: is it Cole or Jordan?

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5.6 The Eye of Horus? That’s not Mayan, but Egyptian. But the “watching eye” symbol foreshadows the surveillance to come.

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Researching St. Brigid, I learn her icon protects a house from fire. (Ghost of Lila? Dex has trust issues) goireland.about.com/od/saintbrigid…

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s5 “”St. Brigid, circle us with your light.” Light — Is this a reference to Lumen? youtu.be/nTNPjbQPkh4

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… and also in 5.6, Angel gets a lead in the Santa Meurta case by spotting a peculiar necklace on a bargirl.

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NECKLACES. For instance, in 5.6, LaGuerta’s necklaces are layered to look like a female sex symbol: O+ …

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s5 Necklaces are playing a larger role in this season. I think these harken back to the neck slice Deb witnesses early on.

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Thanks for indulging my series…I do more in life than watch . But not this weekend! I’m sharpening my -ise

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My friends bought a new dog but had to change its name. They couldn’t see themselves running after it in public screaming “GONDOR!!!”

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@MikeMehalek Really? Cuz I knew the ending of before it ever began: Mr. Jello. In the Library. With a Pudding Pop stick.

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always taps his victims on the forehead in his kill room ritual. Recalls “Mozambique Drill”: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mozambiqu…

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Masuka’s Tattoo: “represents the dualities of my inner warrior” — is he tat artist’s dupe or is he right? pic.twitter.com/qoXIo9UK

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s5 “Lumen Pierce”: light / breakthrough. More empathetic than usual, this is a season of transformation for .

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5.3 Harrison’s “first step” parallels ’s first kill room since Rita. His paternal pride is also in self for moving on.

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5.2 ’s aside: “Any shrink could tell you why I always like children: b/c they connect me to what I can never get back.”

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Just a regular reminder that the complete can be found here: gorelets.com/nest/

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J2thecarpenter Me telling little Harrisons how season 7 ends!!! pic.twitter.com/cXlvhUqA

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SHO_Dexter Don’t miss the season premiere of tomorrow night at 9PM ET/PT only on ! LOOK: pub.vitrue.com/mktJ

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Time for today’s : The Lady and the Reaper by Javier Recio Gracia — a 2010 Oscar Nominee… fb.me/1BIMVme1h

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In “Denial and Rita” McClintock-Greenberg muses over Rita’s psychological function: smartpopbooks.com/denial-and-rit… via @smartpopbooks

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Cat Lilly: should have been the winner of this “Carnivore Plants” photoshop contest: pxleyes.com/photoshop-pict…

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Rumor (e.g. wikipedia) claims that Masuka is the man holding the boombox in the Nextel Dance Party ads: youtu.be/LG6X8XSrGpg

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Just learned that one of my twitter poems from @microcosms has been selected as a finalist for the 2012 Dwarf Star Award from @sfpoetry assn

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s4 Dad caught Dex leaning over a ledge, trying to “feel.” Trinity does something similar in part two of his three part ritual.

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JonathanMaberry Launching October 1st: Nightmare Magazine Edited by John Joseph Adams sfsignal.com/archives/2012/…

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Hey, writers: I’m getting a little tired of the words “Pantser” and “Plotter” — my process is not a diaper brand.

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New genre for spooky soft horror films that center on a grieving character’s loss but which never really bother to tell a story: “Mourno.”

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Today’s brainstorm was followed by a flash flood of ideas - a few children drowned, caught in the sudden unexpectedness of thought.

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Major brainstorming session today. Lobes hailed down. Car windshields everywhere were smeary with pinkish cranial fluid by the end of it.

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While on pain meds for a tooth pull yesterday, I was asked how I was feeling and I said “Fo sar, go sood.”

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More horrifying breakfast foods: Leggo my Eggo! Great photo/concept:… fb.me/1sMH3vH5d

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Ep 4.4 (“Dex Takes a Holiday”) seems to be a gender study as it is Dexter’s Rumspringa. pajiba.com/tv_reviews/dex…

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4.4 Kid’s mug has Harrison’s red handprint on it. Echoes the wall photo back in precinct. Dex fears getting caught red-handed.

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Art imitates life, yes, but some art imitates death. I’m just saying.

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@WagTheFox Get well soon, before the other organs let fly.

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@VeronicasDad1 All the real life horrors of the casts’ plastic surgery, liposuction, etc. should be included on the DVD bonus features.

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innsmouthpress Review: “The Cabin the Woods” Novelization and Visual Companion innsmouthfreepress.com/blog/?p=19129

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@Rocket_Pixie Your feedback on the are awesome…. thank you and keep ‘em coming!

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4.1 Dex sings America the Beautiful as telephone lullaby while scrolling through murder photos. Subtext: Life during wartime.

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@digitalred93 Fantastic point — there’s a lot of triangular relations and Oedipal power plays going on in this series.

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Harrison — the weight of heredity — the fear of a crime gene. But in the books, it’s a girl named Lily: dexter.wikia.com/wiki/Harrison_…

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Newborn is Harrison — “Harry’s Son.” This child too is yet another double for Dexter in this cast. Father, son and…trinity.

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4.1 When Dex confesses his crime to Harrison out loud while feeding him, noir “prison bar” shadows from blinds cut across him.

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4.1 Self-mockery of credits as Dex’s “morning routine” is marred by childcare. Scatology of a newborn matches his new life.

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3.12 Dexter’s claim to superiority over King is that he’s not “single-minded.” Single as in unmarried. This is rite of passage.

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mulhollandbooks “Horror gives you a chance to critique aspects of our society without giving a lecture.” -Chase Novak

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My name for the “fail whale”? “Forca.”
But here’s more art by @YiyingLu who created it : yiyinglu.com/?portfolio=lif…

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[Are they still selling these? This is the first time I’ve seen the new character art and I’m….horrified! And… fb.me/1fq24gQoj

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Editor/Designer/Pirate Nate Rosen turns in another cool design: a microhorror story on a t-shirt (or rather,… fb.me/129RZ3Ix9

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@JustAfterSunset If you say it backwards while staring into a pentagram-shaped mirror and wringing a slit virgin goat’s neck, then…maybe.

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The Way We Worms

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My tarot spread (deck by @anacortez) foretells new Arnzen horror fiction soon. Or If I don’t meet deadline, I’m dead. pic.twitter.com/N7VBpdWr

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Today’s is the brilliantly bizarre “Bat Milk” :… fb.me/1UgEXgHI1

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For some reason my tweet archive (‘the Nest’) is munged right now. Hope to fix it soon… all my are in there!

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darkfuse Tim Curran signs 3 year (9 book) deal with DarkFuse: darkfuse.net/?p=628

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MichaelCHall_ til season 7! We’re getting down to the wire addicts! @SHO_Dexter

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LCConnolly Today: Horror Realm lawrencecconnolly.com/2012/09/22/day… fb.me/FF929gJJ

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3 “Adios, amigo.” The color desaturates to black-and-white.

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The background during the end credits - is it blood suspended in air? My TV screen is but another one of Dexter’s slides.

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BradBirdA113 Just saw the Space Shuttle flyover from the Disney Animation building roof. Lindelof calls it “an open-casket funeral for the Space Age”.

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Jolina_Joy Following Target, Walmart stops selling bit.ly/UjnzCt @lkblackburne

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@RenegadeScribe Yes indeed. Twitter and meat hooks. Twitter and meat hooks.

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@davidbainaa @adrianaryansc “Hippos kill more people pr year than sharks.” True or not, I’d hate to be masticated by those 2 frontal molars.

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@CDennisMoore LOL! Congratulations on your impending doom! ;-)

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@ccfinlay Enjoyed that a lot. “He barfed on a sailor like a pig! And the police ate Timothy!”

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October is coming to get you. flickr.com/photos/gorelet…

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…Yet the failure of bodies is central to these episodes, esp with Camilla as stand-in mother, who Dexter “mercifully” kills.

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The more male bonding Dex does with Prado, the more stereotypical Rita’s behavior becomes, and it’s blamed on her body…

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3.8 Dex spins the knife on the wheel of fortune — it’s all risk — both of them are going all in.

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3.7 The focus on Key Lime Pie parallels the eating of chocolate pudding with Rita earlier this season. He is threat to family.

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Dex reasons his mercy kill is justified, “but only for a friend.” The loss of Camilla opens a spot for Prado in his circle.

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“The Skinner” - great name - palm trees are both trimmed and skinned.

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kazkapress Kazka contributor Kij Johnson’s (@kijjohnson) first short fiction collection: smallbeerpress.com/books/2012/09/…. Go forth and purchase. No regrets.

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Fairweather compares Dex to Spock (no emotion). Also uses the term “meta-killer.” In Dexter and Philosophy amazon.com/gp/product/081…

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@JustAfterSunset Session 9 is a masterpiece. Enjoy!

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3.6 “Just because Miguel can gut a fish doesn’t mean he can understand…” Dex reflects on this while swimming. Like a fish.

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3.6 Interior monologue near end — says “present company excluded.” Implies the body on the table, but does he mean us?

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3.6 Episode’s title is “Sí Se Puede” = “Yes, We Can” = Obama 2008 election slogan (episode aired Nov 2008).

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s3 Fatherhood theme this season is about fear of domestication for the “wild” killer; a study in masculinity, more than murder.

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Good eye @Rocket_Pixie — thx! I think the fair scene is in 3.3 then.

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heidirubymiller Meet MANY GENRES, ONE CRAFT Contributor: Kaye Dacus manygenres.blogspot.com/2012/09/mgoc-c… @MikeArnzen

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2.3 “Monster” appears on banner behind Prado at the fair. Dexter frets over new role of father as a juggler walks behind him.

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A fortune cookie for every writer. pic.twitter.com/GK5inluT

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If you’re following my you can read the whole series, archived here: gorelets.com/nest/search?q=…

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Rita and Dexter cuddle and eat the kid’s pudding as comfort food. This sweetness cannot sustain: Dex is losing his teeth.

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For someone “without feelings,” Dex is a master thespian, manipulating performance of roles in everyday life. Hints of Bergman.

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3.1 Dex mimics a junkie in order to recon Freebo. This ties back to the ‘addiction’ theme in s2…

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I love monsters. But I think the Monster energy drink logo is horrible. Claws are too parallel. Everything’s a mess with a real monster.

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always delivers Sadie’s Donuts. Language play: “Sadie” is pun an deSade, sadism. Donut - symbol of lack / no center.

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2.12 Lila’s finale is entirely vampiric: stake through the heart, blood from the lips.

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2.12 Dexter’s breakfast routine — “I’m free!” — blurs narrative with the extratextual credit sequence in self-reflexive glee.

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Recurring motif (and it’s also there in the books): the moon. Icon of lunacy and tide shifting and a numinous presence above.

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2.9 Lila’s pill popping parallels Harry’s “suicide”. Harry is almost always an absent presence.

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s2 ends like s1, w/ peering into camera lens. Return of the gaze isn’t really a threat, but a call for introspection.

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Gary Larson Classic: Dead body slumped over piano keyboard. A nearby fan whispers, “Shhh! The Maestro is decomposing.” Perfection.

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Reading “The Prehistory of the Far Side.” Pt 4 includes hilarious sampler of cartoons rejected for being too gross. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Prehi…

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Snooklyn, New York

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FuriousDShow . Lizard people do not appreciate my crocodile boots.

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More must-get weirdness from Swans: The Seer on @eMusic emusic.com/music-news/rev…

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At diner: “Table for one?” / No - two more are coming. / His hand wavered over kid’s menus: “Adults only?” / I just laughed at the innuendo.

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Brushed up the proverbial Michael Arnzen Social Network today : michaelarnzen.com

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The complete contents of The Gorelets Omnibus:… fb.me/2a6nDUzXd

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I wrote the intro to this great Frankenstein-inspired book: The Monstrance by Bryan Dietrich. 20% off at @belfirepress: belfirepress.com/main/our-impri…

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JeremyCShipp Say no to drugs. Because talking drugs are not to be trusted.

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@FrankMarcopolos Yeah good point! — A deathbed is kind of like a birthday that way. The compound word is an unearned happenstance!

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Because of his “systematic use of an irreversible force…Dexter represents a system rather than a man.” crimedime.com/2012/03/20/dis…

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davidhalesmith This is a blast! “@swierczy: “Execution Style,” the short thriller I wrote for @zuiker and @Lexialex, has gone live! youtube.com/watch?v=9y87gk…

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2thank I dream of painting and then I paint my dream. Vincent Van Gogh

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@Rocket_Pixie Lila is definitely more three dimensional, that’s for sure. But Dru still cracks me up. She acts like a drunk dropped infant.

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“Dexter and Film Noir: Lila as Femme Fatale” mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/imr/2009/11/02…

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@mscottwriter Me, too. Dru is one of the best vampires ever because she was a total psychopath — believably crazy — yet charming!

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@grammarissa Totally. This is the place near DeLallo’s on HWY 30… Hollywood, a game designer, or a haunted attraction park should buy it.

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2.8 Deb notes: “Lila’s obviously a vampire…” Agreed. Lila is much like Drusilla from Buffy/Angel. [Rita/Darla might agree!]

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Today’s strange : “Falling” by Brant J. Cole and Jason Stringer: youtu.be/JHeVFPf5AbU

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(A personal favorite)

“The Vintage of Skin”: Our body’s a bottle / of blood, just like wine, / but flesh is all cork / and could pop any time.

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Abandoned Hospital: Monsour Medical Center - HDR by Daryll Moran flickr.com/photos/dwmoran…

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Read before : Many Genres One Craft: Lessons in Writing Popular Fiction [Kindle for $9.99 / HC for $25] amazon.com/gp/product/B00…

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colinofclarke 47 Days Until Halloween! pic.twitter.com/qkuzbeZI

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miketrubino I reviewed Re-Animator for @dvdverdict dvdverdict.com/reviews/reanim…

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@kasek61307 It would have to be in an industrial size spool! :-) Dex dumps prey in the ocean…does he recycle all that wrap?

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Fun to sing at work during lunch breaks: “What if [name of your boss] was one of us….”

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@PaulaCKirk re: Grave Markings. THANKS! Always great to hear from someone who #&@!ing understands art anymore. ;-) Enjoy the wild ride.

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Bitonex — blood thinner for aging vampires.

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Looking forward to the new SHIVERS anthology from @CemeteryDance … great stories & authors both new and known cemeterydance.com/extras/shivers…

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A sequel to Writers Workshop of Horror by @MichaelKnost is born: Invasion of the Bad Story Ideas (ie. WWoSF/F)! kickstarter.com/projects/seven…

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This season brought to you by “Dexter Trash Bags” amazon.com/gp/product/B00… Love the merch. But waiting for the cling wrap!

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Body Counts according to sho.com/sho/dexter/ext… : s1: 11; s2: 9; s3: 7; s4: 5; s5: 7… all odd numbers.

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Dr. @arnzen is on a free panel online at 2pm eastern today about / in . gorelets.com/uncanny/film/t…

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Well put @Oddddreeee Abandoned buildings are sobering yet fascinating and pulsing with an uncanny aura. See J. Solis: solis.darkpassage.com

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@goudyliv84 Nic Cage transcends all roles. And his is unique: Vampires ‘only live once,’ too…but it’s forever! buzzfeed.com/daves4/reasons…

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Excellent, @JustAfterSunset! Just found this site of abandoned (possibly haunted?) places which might inspire you: abandonedonline.net/locations/

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2.7 Lila’s art — cannibalistic mannequins. Symbolic of so much. But self-reflexive; the show is doing this to itself, too.

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2.7 Title “That Night, a Forest Grew” — reference to Where the Wild Things Are — but a forest of flame, not wood.

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DTBerkowitz Dug up a reminder, goo.gl/KR7FP, that my could be sadistic even before I started taking classes with @MikeArnzen

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kanessie @MikeArnzen RT @mfortki: Poland Launches World’s First Exorcism Magazine a.nim.al/QDbJ3d

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OED The fourth stomach of a ruminant, such as a cow or sheep, is called an abomasum.

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Tyree: A “different suspense” in s2: “Is it possible that one day Dexter will…become completely normal?” filmquarterly.org/2008/09/spatte…

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2.5 The direction of “The Dark Defender” episode really comes close to hyperfiction - akin to the anime sequence in Kill Bill.

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@JasonJackMiller Just e-mailed you the HYF interview. Loved the zombie apocalypse question! :-)

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@heidirubymiller @JasonJackMiller @RDSPress @dlepsch @MikeMehalek And the voice I hear… well, let’s just say that I am but its translator.

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Season 2 is crafty with parallel character arcs. Each is a subtle double for Dexter, ‘harboring’ a secret that ‘surfaces.’

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2.3-4 From Noah’s Ark to Doakes encounter, boats haunt the mise en scene — reflecting Dex’s free-floating, growing paranoia.

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2.3-4 Children’s drawing of Noah’s Arc looms behind during NA meetings, as if to say N/A (not applicable).

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Hey @LCConnolly! Just saw the news about the ROCK ON anthology. Looks like a great book — & congrats on the applause from @PublishersWkly

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Just ordered this for my cthoffee table: The Verminomicon! fb.me/1TtFuyo2L

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“Haring Hell” : new abstract posted to my flickr art gallery: flickr.com/photos/gorelet…

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HILARIOUS Onion parody of : “Obama: ‘Help Us Destroy Jesus And Start A New Age Of Liberal Darkness’” theonion.com/articles/obama…

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Drymonema Top Five: Sympathetic Zombies in Film nblo.gs/BTb3A

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Today’s : Machinima’s “Dexter: Early Cuts” animated series on YouTube. youtube.com/playlist?list=…

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RT @RL_Stine “Enjoy seeing people get impaled? You’ll like I WAS IMPALED…all about people getting impaled.” <-real! health.howstuffworks.com/tv/i-was-impal…

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2.3 The minivan — an icon of mobile domesticity — is ingenious camouflage for Dexter to hunt in plain sight.

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2.2 Deb keeps locking Dex out with the door chain. After ITK, she’s afraid, naturally. But perhaps also of Dex, unconsciously.

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ruinsorbooks broken kindle displays = awesome collages by Sebastian Schmieg and Silvio Lorusso ilikethisart.net/?p=14029

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