Monster of the Day #1613 Updated on August 23, 2017 By Ken Begg 14 Comments Man, that’s some high level effects work there. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1664 (Nov 17, 2017) Monster of the Day #1663 (Nov 16, 2017) Monster of the Day #1662 (Nov 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1661 (Nov 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1660 (Nov 10, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Gamera977 ‘For cryin’ out loud, shut your pie hole human! All your shrieking is vibrating my web something fierce!’ bgbear_rnh That woman looks so real. zombiewhacker Just wondering… precisely what ARE curds and whey? KeithB AFAIK, cottage cheese. kgb_san_diego When you curdle milk, it leaves curds and whey. Curds are, like Keith said, cottage cheese. Whey is a thin, water-like liquid. bgbear_rnh Firmer than cottage cheese after the processing. The popular Canadian/Quebecois dish poutine uses curds, french fries, and gravy. Flangepart Talking about cheese beats watching this flick, eh? bgbear_rnh We can talk tuffets. Cullen Waters “No, no, I quite agree. Little Miss Muffet is a terrible poem…” Rock Baker In it’s own way, I suppose, it’s kinda charming. Certainly moreso than the latest computer cartoon spider. What flick is this, anyway? Beckoning Chasm OT, but just saw that Brian Aldiss died a couple of days ago. He wrote one of my favorite books, Hothouse, aka The Long Afternoon of Earth, as well as a bunch of great stories like “Who Can Replace a Man.” Eric Hinkle That’s a shame. I don’t think I ever read a single story of his, but I do know he was one of the longtime greats of SF. The field is the worse for his loss. rtpoeman His story “Supertoys Last All Summer Long” was the basis for the movie “A.I.”. He was named a SFWA Grand Master in 2000. He’s equally known and respected in SF circles for being a critic, historian, and anthologist. The Rev. Apparently it’s Nude for Satan.