Thursday, September 18, 2008

The haunting of Molly Hartley

I just saw a Trailer for a cool movie coming out this halloween. It is "the Haunting of Molly Hartley" It looks to be a good old fashioned devil comes for his pay kinda flick and I think it's got lots of potential. Check it out at the link down below.

Iron Maiden Frontman Saves Brits from Living Hell

whoda thunk? I just thought that this was a pretty cool article, yeh I know its got nothin' to do with horror movies and all that crap but I gotta admit that after listening to Iron Maiden for years, this is the last story I'd epect to hear, and Bruce Dickinson is not lookin like what I would expect. Here is the story I found on SKY NEWS

Bruce Dickinson, lead singer of the heavy metal band Iron Maiden, has told Sky News how he helped a group of XL holidaymakers stranded in Egypt.

High flier: Bruce Dickinson is a fully-qualified pilot
Dickinson, a qualified pilot, was captain of the specially-chartered Monarch Airlines jet which flew them from Sharm el Sheikh to Gatwick Airport.
The 50-year-old, who flies the legendary Iron Maiden around on tour, also works as a pilot in his spare time.
He said he was delighted to have been able to help the stricken British travellers.
He told Sky's Alistair Bunkall: "I think they were relieved they were going home and finally that something defnite was happening.
"It 's obviously very stressful being stuck in a foreign country and not knowing 100 percent what's going on.
"It's probably even difficult even for reps of the company to find out 100 percent what's going on."
It was not the first time Dickinson has been involved in a mercy mission.
In the summer of 2006 he flew about 200 UK citizens home from Lebanon during the Israel/Hezbollah conflict.
The following February he flew the Rangers football team to Israel for their UEFA cup game against Hapoel Tel Aviv.
Dickinson is employed as a part-time captain by charter airline Astraeus who supplied him to Monarch.
He was taught to fly by senior British Airways pilot Phil Dales

I want to thank Sky News for this post. Thanks Sky News