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Updates Archive - September, 2004

Wednesday, September 29th, 2004

2:09 PM EST

A couple of Cannibal!-related musicals have come to my attention.

The first one is Toxic Avenger: The MusiKill, based on Troma's popular Toxic Avenger movies. It will show at the Disjecta Theatre in Portland, Oregon on two consecutive weekends. October 14th-16th and October 21st-23rd; all shows @ 8pm. Go to their website for more info.

The other hasn't even really been made into a musical...yet. But aspiring film composers wrote and performed the songs for...wait for it...Silence! (Silence of the Lambs: The Musical). You can download the full songs at their website. They listed South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut as one of their inspirations, so you can expect the same kind of humor. You may also want to check out their other songs, especially "Why Can't Chinese Women Drive?"


Tuesday, September 21st, 2004

12:22 AM EST

New addition to the TV Connections in Carrots & Peas. Back in 1995, Trey dreamed up a TV show that never made it off the ground, called "Time Warped." However, he was able to make two episodes. Click here for the Cannibal!-"Time Warped" connection.

And as a reminder, if you're in the Mount Vernon, Washington area, Cannibal! will be playing at the Historic Lincoln Theatre tomorrow night (Wednesday) at 7:00pm.

One more thing. For those of you who STILL don't own the Cannibal! DVD, you can't turn this deal down: DeepDiscountDVD has it for only $11.98! Free shipping!


Friday, September 17th, 2004

2:46 AM EST

But that's not the way it happened! The Associated Press picked up the story about David Bailey's recent efforts to prove Packer's innocence...of murder - we all know he ate people. =) Bailey's opinion on the happenings doesn't differ much from what is seen in Cannibal!; the main idea being that Packer found Bell had killed the other men in his party, and Packer had to kill him in self-defense. To read the full article, click m'yah.

And assuming things go as planned, the ShadowCast will take place tomorrow night at 8:30pm. They have also added two more dates to the schedule: October 1st & 2nd. Check the ShadowCast Website for more info.


Saturday, September 11th, 2004

2:15 AM EST

Uh oh. I have some bad news about the ShadowCast: Due to uncontrollable circumstances, the ShadowCast has been rescheduled for Saturday, September 18th. Further details can be found at

BUT! I do have some good news. I just saved a bunch of money by switching to Geico. Ok, but seriously... Cannibal! will be playing at the Historic Lincoln Theatre in Mount Vernon, WA on Wednesday, September 22nd at 7:00pm. Thanks to Bob for the info.

Todd's Cannibal Page is opening a section for fan art, so send some stuff his way. And don't forget the Fans section right here on this site - which reminds me: there was a cover of "Shpadoinkle" done by The Blood Brothers in that section, but it has been down for quite some time. It's now working again, so check it out!


Thursday, September 9th, 2004

9:20 PM EST

The ShadowCast production of Cannibal! in Phoenix, taking place this Saturday (only 2 days away!), was mentioned in the Phoenix New Times newspaper today. Click here to read the article.

About the ShadowCast:
Spectrum Cinemas, Spectrum Mall - Phoenix, AZ
September 11th @ 9:00pm, $5 admission - at the door


9:09 PM EST

Happy Birthday, Site! I gave birth to this website SIX years ago on this date. It was an ugly sight (pun intended). But after six years of life, a few face-lifts, and minor surgery, it is now a much less ugly duckling. =)

Edit: Here's a little treat...a new AIM icon.

Created by Alferd


Wednesday, September 1st, 2004

2:06 PM EST

Big news on the Cannibal! Stage Play front. Ironwood Ridge High School in Tucson, Arizona will be performing Cannibal! on Stage in March. That's right! A high school!! It will be directed by Zach Singer and Lara Hochuli. Should be lots of fun!

Also, the Live ShadowCast in Phoenix, Arizona is only 10 days away. Tickets will be sold at the door.

For more information on the ShadowCast (including pictures) and the upcoming Stage Plays, click here.


1:32 PM EST

Alferd Packer is in the news again. David Bailey, the curator at the Museum of Western Colorado, will be leading an expedition this week to the site where Packer claimed Bell killed the other members in his party and, as a result, Packer killed Bell in self-defense. This expedition will help Mr. Bailey finish his book about Packer. Also mentioned is a documentary, "Cannibal Instinct," which will air on the History Channel in the spring. Click here for the full article.


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