Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Fiend Screened

When thoughts from a scientist's mind
and power from atoms combined
a fiend was released
which wanted to feast...
On brains and spine columns it dined

Fiend Without A Face (Arthur Crabtree, 1958) depicts the
age-old story of a scientist's thoughts, enhanced by Cold War
atomic-powered radar experiments, coalescing into invisible
marauders that kill character actors by boring holes in their
skulls and extracting their brains and spinal cords.


Norm Knott said...

A faceless fiend can't even growl
to warn you that it wears a scowl
Now, 'cause I'm so fallow,
my query is shallow...
Hey! Who is that chick in the towel?

surly hack said...

A fiend with no face has no eyes
and so cannot ogle her thighs
So toweled or not
it cares not a jot--
it's looking for fresh brain supplies