It's taken Jon Cape some time to get his full-length video of H.P. Lovecraft's, "From Beyond" online, but now, as YouTube have changed their allowances on size and length, the video has finally been uploaded and is ready for your viewing pleasure. Using my reading of the story from Sometimes 13, J.C. has lavishly illustrated H.P.'s tale, bringing to life not just the main protagonists, but also the weird machine, and the even weirder beasties that come through it, From Beyond.
Once you're done, it would be great if you could the video a thumbs up on YouTube and share to your Facebook etc. And if you enjoy it, you'll be delighted to hear that Jon is currently at work on another of my readings of H.P.L's stories - DAGON!
Yes, it's Planet U&F time again, Listeners. Send in those audio files and I'll put you on the Underwood and Flinch podcast. Watch this video for details, and thanks to Jon Cape for the highly cool opening sequence.
U&F listener, Jon Cape (he of the digitally rendered U&F fan art you've seen in the gallery here) has taken his artwork one step further and created a fantastic new U&F promo video. Sink your teeth into this
Safe Danger: Low-Risk, Non-Extreme, Peril-Less Adventures in Suburbia. "Ice". Ultra-low-risk thrill seeker, Mike Bennett investigates whether or not wearing socks over your street shoes helps foot traction on snowy, icy roads.
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Safe Danger: Low-Risk, Non-Extreme, Peril-Less Adventures in Suburbia. Number One: Puddle. On a rainy day, a random encounter with a big puddle led ultra-low-risk thrill-seeker, Mike Bennett to see what the chances were of getting splashed by a car, a group of cars - or even a bus! What happens here is real: real road, real cars, real puddle - real safe danger!