Thursday, November 4, 2010
ALFRED STITCH-SOCK PRESENTS: SOCK PUPPET PSYCHO
When you can find time, treat yourself by watching this video. It's a scream.
From the Vimeo post:
A demented parody of Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" as performed by Creative Works on Halloween, 2010, in Lancaster, PA, before an audience of devoted fans. "Sock Puppet Psycho” is performed by a cast of hands wearing button adorned hosiery and wielding fake knives. The show’s creators are experts in their field, having worn socks for most of their lives.
This first production in a planned series of sock puppet shows was presented at Lancaster Dispensing Company (Dipco), located on the corner of Market and Grant Streets, Lancaster, Pa., on Halloween Day, Sunday, October 31st.
36 minutes 58 seconds
From Jack: I planned to see this on Halloween, but due to unforeseen circumstances, I couldn't -- however, thanks to this video generously posted on Vimeo by Jeff Lynch, we can all have a front row seat! My friend Chet Williamson – author of several wonderful horror novels including the classics “Soulstorm” and “Ash Wednesday” -- plays a number of roles in this.