Thursday, October 25, 2007

From Hell and Back ...

To mangle a book title by Norman Mailer. OK, so it's just in time for

Halloween ...

and you thought you'd be seeing the usual run-o-the-mill clichéd images. Think again.

Just scroll down to the fourth entry on this blog ( and you can read my essay on classic horror films entitled “Fear of Fright Night”. I wrote this in 2001 for an AOL site I was a regular contributor/reviewer for called Entertainment Asylum.

You can also find the page here:

I wrote numerous pieces for Entertainment Asylum in my tenure as an AOL correspondent/content editor, but only this one was saved for posterity. I share it with you now.


Noë Gold

aka Doctor Noe

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PS, there’s also a neato keeno compendium of creature features here on the same site:

PPS, check out my latest article here ...

This is my article about Zorina Kroop, Mega Lottery winner, in the Studio City Sun, 10-5-07:

PPS, and here’s the last one for the Sun ...

Noë Gold’s most recent cover story on director Brian Robbins in all three editions of the Sun Newspapers may be found here ...

This is from a cover story by Noë Gold for the Sun Newspapers (Studio City, Sherman Oaks, Encino CA).

Brian Robbins, director of Eddie Murphy’s smash comedy Norbit, takes us on the set of his next Murphy vehicle, Starship Dave. (Photo by

Noë Gold’s interviews with Gwyneth Paltrow, Halle Berry and Cameron Crowe are at .

Again, you might like to see how the story looks as a post on my blog

Doctor Noe’s Sexy Gadgets and Smooth Stuff

and here (Part 2)

and this about Oakwood School, where my son attends:

I’d really appreciate your linking to my blog and inspiring others to ...

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This is from my flickr pal Noemí Macías Vega and it was Uploaded by noemimmv (her flickr handle) on 19 Oct 07, 1.38PM MDT.

Here's what you will encounter when you go to her flickr profile (
I have been interested in photography since I was 10 years old. Now I am studying photography in the Art high school of Canary Island (Spain).

I am learning new things from all sorts of people . . . I prefer portraits because I think in that form I can REALLY see the person.

The Self-portraits I do have death as a theme; I find that interesting and mysterious. If you want to see more of my photos please check out my website( which will be coming soon in English.)

Nomys Vega website: