Nosferatu’s Coffin Banner Exchange Purge

I have done a major cleaning up of the site’s Banner Exchange program. Many sites were not displaying the exchange code on their sites, so they were removed.

Please remember to insert the exchange code on your site, on an easily accessible page, such as the splash/home or links page on your site.

Thank you.

Upcoming Nosferatu Halloween performances

Here are some showings and performances of “Nosferatu” for this Halloween season:

What: San Francisco Symphony Nosferatu
Where: Davies Symphony Hall, 201 Van Ness Ave., San Francisco
When: Oct. 31, 2009, 8 pm-9:30 pm
Admission: $20-$30

Description: Celebrate Halloween with one of early film’s great masterpieces, Nosferatu (1922) directed by F.W. Murnau, which tells the eerie tale of the vampire Count Orlok. A re-imagining of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, the film is dark and mysterious. Experience this movie as it was meant to be seen and heard: with live accompaniment. Dennis James plays the San Francisco Symphony’s incomparable 8,264-pipe Ruffatti organ.

For more information, go to San Francisco Symphony

What: Mood Area 52 presents “NOSFERATU” with original score by MOOD AREA 52
Where: Mission Theatre
When: Friday, October 30 – 8 p.m. doors, 9 p.m. show | $6 at the door | 21 and over

For more information, go to Mission Theatre

What: NOSFERATU Brings The Horror To The Walt Disney Concert Hall On Halloween Night
Where: Walt Disney CONCERT HALL
111 S. Grand Avenue, Los Angeles
When: Saturday October 31, 8 PM

Description: Halloween night brings the classic German black & white horror film, Nosferatu, starring Max Schreck as the eerie Count Orlok, to Walt Disney Concert Hall. The projection of the silent movie will be accompanied by a live soundtrack performed by organist Clark Wilson on Halloween, Saturday, October 31 at 8PM.

For more information, go to Broadway World.

Old Affiliates Out – New Affiliates In

As I mentioned a little while ago, due to the North Carolina legislature passing a new law reclassifying and taxing state online purchases, Amazon has dropped all of their NC affiliates effective at the end of June.

Since then, Cafe Press and Overstock.com have followed suit and terminated their partnerships with NC affiliates.

In light of this, I have been reworking the ads and partnerships I have on the site, so you might notice some layout changes as I go along with recalibrating everything.

I assume that other large affiliates such as Commission Junction and Linkshare very well may follow suit if this keeps up, which unfortunately it probably will.

Gotta love the fascistic turn this country is taking.