Here's Japan's scariest, most horrifying and silliest zombie movie.
Watch and pee yourself.
Zombie Time was created by Guy Page for an art college application. I expect the college will have hired Mila Jovovitch to keep him away.
September 8, 2013
Today, the Psipook team was taken by a sudden urge to find out what the current popular search terms on Google were, so all 12,000 of us logged on to Google Trends.
|A bearded Jeremy Paxman worries about someone's cat.
The first term that came up was "Jeremy Paxman beard".
This was the wee small hours of the morning UK time, which gave us the impression that the population of Britain was laying awake worrying that Jeremy Paxman might have grown facial hair.
The search term following that was "Erwin Schrödinger" which gave the impression that the portion of the British population not worrying about Mr. Paxman's beard was anxious for the wellbeing of Mr Schrödinger's cat. Is that moggy alive or dead? We really must know.
Well, you can trying Googling it.
August 14, 2013
The NSA would like to remind you to smile when they are spying on you through your webcam.
Indiscriminate surveillance is a pretty thankless task and it would help the spooks get through the day if the people they were watching showed a little enthusiasm.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Those Weed sites in full
Psipook isn't the only site in this universe, (No, really!) There are several associated sites and in lieu of any meaningful content on this site, here are some links.
The site dedicated to all things Weedy is weedthenovel.com
And the site that isn't a little bit tall is untalltales.com
You'll fine all things authory and writingy here chris-page.com
Oh, and don't forget to check out our new services, linked in the last post, which is below this. Look down now:
Yes, we'll service you — free! Click here.
Out quite a while ago
In the last post on this site, about 1847, I claimed that Chris Page's collection of short fiction, Shorts, was being re-published in paperback under another title. And so it came to pass, not that readers (hi!) would have known by reading this site because I completely forgot to mention it.
Anyway, Shorts has been re-published with extra stories and stuff under the title Un-Tall Tales — oh, look! There's an advertisement thing for the book just to the right of this text. Yaroo.
Find out more about Un-Tall Tales here, or just zoom straight to Amazon to secure your own copy.
I am putting up a pair of sites dedicated to my publications: one to Weed and one to Shorts. Shorts, meanwhile, is being renamed for the paperback edition. More news here when that is sorted.
Weed the novel is now out in paperback. What's Weed? Check here to get filled in. Already one of the Weedy cognoscenti? You can see where to get a copy of either the paperback or the e-book here.