Wednesday, 8 December 2010

GW RIP!

The Sea of Immeasurable Gravy is proud to announce it's newest production - but you'll have to

clic for the flic

11 comments:

Plant Mad Nige said...

Wot are you trying to do to me? Frightened me to death. I'm shaking like a leaf. I thought I was having a nightmare but no! It's absolutely real!!!!!! Lord help us all.

Geoff said...

Loving it. Great video. Like Nige, I jumped too - but in my defence I did have earphones plugged into my earlobes.

Victoria said...

That is the funniest thing I have seen for a while. Brilliant!

VP said...

I came in for a second scare now it's (fright) night!

You can embed YouTube stuff directly in your blog rather than sending people off, but you probably know that anyway...

The Constant Gardener said...

goodness, I'm feeling slightly queasy now.

I hope poor old Toby isn't watching, it'll give him nightmares for months.

great flic :D

Karen - An Artist's Garden said...

Oh Arabella - I have just spluttered my tea over the keyboard - very good
:)
K

Arabella Sock said...

I'm glad everyone liked it - I do love doing the Sockhorror movies! It makes me jump everytime too - particularly when Spook was on my knee and left some claw on my legs after we both jumped.

There are (at least) four horror film references in it - anyone guess what they are? Two are from the music.

The Constant Gardener said...

I got Carrie, and The Shining... but haven't a clue about the other too.

Damn, you made me watch it again to see if I could figure it out and I jumped out of my seat all over again.

The Constant Gardener said...

that should be two, of course. Not like me to make dumb spelling mistakes like that. I'm clearly still in a state of shock. Phooey.

fairegarden said...

Psycho was one music, was there a little Exorcist at the beginning?

Delightful, all this hullaballoo about MD and the GW saga. Wish we could see the show just once!

Thanks Arabella. You are the queen of the garden horror genre.

Frances

Arabella Sock said...

The first tinkly bit of music is John Carpenter's 'Halloween Theme' followed by Psycho. Constant is right it is 'Carrie' which made me jump out of my skin when I saw it at the cinema years ago, and 'The Shining' which I don't think I missed most of as I was hiding behind the sofa when it was on TV.

FaireGarden you reminded me that when I started this blog Monty Don was still in charge of Gardeners' World but shortly afterwards left and the search was on for a new presenter. Looks like we have come full circle.