Greetings, Feministers.

Hello, everyone! Sheelzebub here. I am thrilled to be posting at Feministe as a guest blogger again. I used to have my own joint–Pinko Feminist Hellcat–but shut the blog down for a variety of personal reaons (the biggest one being time). I had also posted for a while on Pandagon.

I’m a pinko atheist who attends a Unitarian Universalist church (they’re fine with atheism). I like food and cooking, and in the summertime months it becomes a real obsession of mine. Actually, it is an obsession at any time of the year. I’m a novice gardener, and lemme tell ya, if anyone just assumes they’ll be able to throw seeds into the ground and grow everything they eat on the first try is very cute, but not particularly realistic.

I have a thing for zombie movies but have no intention of watching World War Z, because I thought that book was way too earnest. IT’S ZOMBIES FOR GOD’S SAKE. The zombie apocalypse is just so much campy, cheesy, gross fun. I also like really bad movies of any stripe, which is why I’m leaving the clip from Night of the Lepus for you to enjoy below. Because if there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s the need to take precautions against the eventual mutant carnivorous giant bunny apocalypse.

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16 Responses to Greetings, Feministers.

  1. Kristen J says:

    Wooohooo!!!!

  2. Jadey says:

    Summer guest blogging on Feministe is just one long trip of awesome. WOO!

  3. thewhatfor says:

    Yay, Sheelzebub!

  4. Tori says:

    I am as excited to see you guest blogging as I am to see Kristen J guest blogging — and that’s saying a lot.

    In my mind, I am assigning points to her for her doggy pic and points to you for zombies + Night of the Lepus.

    Not gonna lie, if you had posted a clip from Kingdom of the Spiders, you would have won. ;)

  5. Hey, nice to hear from you again. I used to follow Pinko Feminist Hellcat religiously. ;)

  6. Li says:

    Zombie movies are excellent! Have you seen Black Sheep? I have a feeling you would very much appreciate it.

  7. EG says:

    Oh my God! Not only have I long appreciated your comments, but i just saw Night of the Lepus in February! It is amazing!

    My favorite thing about it is that despite the fact that the movie goes to great lengths to explain how the rabbits ended up growing to the size of Volkswagons, at no point does anybody even wonder, let alone explain, how that made them carnivorous!

    I like the implication that all along, over years and years, bunnies have just been biding their time, wishing they could eat meat, but not being big enough, and that growing finally freed their true, predatory nature!

    Also, the bunnies were super cute. I was rooting for them.

  8. Shoshie says:

    Hooray! Though I totally loved World War Z. It’s the only book in recent memory to actually give me nightmares.

  9. tree says:

    how did i not know this movie existed? herds of giant killer bunnies roaming the landscape! my life just got ten times more awesome.

  10. chava says:

    Yay!

    Also, killer bunnies.

  11. Captain Awkward says:

    OMG, Night of the Lepus! A theater company in Chicago did a staged reading of that this summer. :)

  12. Sheelzebub says:

    Li:
    Zombie movies are excellent! Have you seen Black Sheep? I have a feeling you would very much appreciate it.

    Oh, that looks cool!

  13. Sheelzebub says:

    Tori:
    I am as excited to see you guest blogging as I am to see Kristen J guest blogging — and that’s saying a lot.

    In my mind, I am assigning points to her for her doggy pic and points to you for zombies + Night of the Lepus.

    Not gonna lie, if you had posted a clip from Kingdom of the Spiders, you would have won. ;)

    Tori, I was tempted, but the combination of giant carnivorous bunnies and teh cute won in my personal ultimate nature on a rampage cheese contest.

  14. Charity says:

    YAY!

  15. Rare Vos says:

    OMG this is going to be awesome.

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