Saturday, October 24, 2009


It takes a profoundly life altering experience to make to make a person change their entire belief system. I had that experience last night at Evil Dead- The Musical. Like any average white male Canadian who was baptized in a United Church in small town Ontario, I used to believe in the inherent goodness of mankind. I used to believe in the glory of a higher power. I used to believe in the all enveloping love of a divine deity whose son sacrificed himself for our sins and has 14% alcohol, red wine blood.
Now, I just believe in EVIL.
It just looks way more fun. Evil Dead-The Musical is hilarious replete with the characters, campiness, sarcasm, blood and demons from the movies of the same name that inspired it. The dialogue/ lyrics that poke fun at the stereotypes of the horror movie genre are bang on and side-splittingly, gut wrenchingly, chainsaw-to-the-brain funny. It makes a horrific quadruple homicide in a lonely cabin in the woods seem like a really good time! And what's wrong with that?! Nothing.
I'm totally on board! I'm into fake blood as a fashion statement! Give me the entire Marilyn Manson music catalogue! Buy me a Ouija board for my birthday, because EVIL is here to sta....
Wait. What the fuck was that?


Wait for it... it comes at the end and I laugh every time...

Thursday, October 22, 2009


Some of the HOTMESS crew are going to see this tomorrow! We'll report back our review soonly! In the meantime, I've also started the CHURCH OF BRUCE CAMPBELL the legendary star of Evil Dead, Army of Darkness! May Bruce be with you. Now give me some sugar baby.

Sandwhich Spread

You know, we all like to see cool shit, and we all like a sandwhich, but really? I don't think I am ever going to get miracle whip ever again, who sat in an office and said lets make this music video for our sandwhich spread.. Oh man, and seriously who is their target demo cuz I don't know anyone between the ages of 15 and 30 that have bought a Jar of miracle whip.. Enjoy Vintage

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

I Spy Vanilla Ice... In A South African Beer Commercial.

I bet celebrities miss the days where they could hop on a plane, get paid a ton of money to appear in a random countries shameless ad campaign and have no one be the wiser back home.

Those days are over,"Santori Times", over but I don't think any has told Vanilla Ice that the jig is up.

Check out this new beer commercial he just did in South Africa.

On the other hand - money is money. And unless they paid him in beer (still not bad), I say ride that "Ice Ice" pony into the ground until children cry immediately at the sound of it

Here are some more celebrity overseas ads to make you giggle

Best Celebrity Overseas Ads

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Live Nation is going All-In this Wednesday as it lowers prices and eliminates the fees on of the hottest concerts this fall exclusively on

This Wednesday, October 21st for only 24 hours, concert fans will save up to 50% on tickets when they purchase concert tickets for as low as $20 all-in, with no added fees. The low-price, no fee tickets are available for concerts by a variety of artists.

“I continue to hear from fans that they want All-In, no fee tickets to concerts by the bands they love,” said Michael Rapino, President and Chief Executive Officer of Live Nation. “So this week we’ve decided to cut prices and drop the fees on nearly a half million concert tickets, making it more affordable than ever for fans to come out to one of our clubs and see the incredible lineup of artists we have playing this fall.”

Local participating shows include:

QUEEN LATIFAH – Commodore Ballroom – November 1st - $40

DINOSAUR JR. Commodore Ballroom – November 10th - $30

BILLY BRAGG – Commodore Ballroom – November 21st - $40

DANIEL WESLEY – Commodore Ballroom – November 27th - $20

BRETT DENNEN – Commodore Ballroom – December 7th - $20

Sunday, October 18, 2009


It's hard not to love Martina Sorbara and the catchy-as-fuck songs of her band, Dragonette. They rocked Venue last night to the right kind of crowd: the kind that likes to sip a Bacardi and cola and shake its collective ass. They opened up with "I Get Around", their first single and probably still my favourite song of theirs, and took it from there. It was an early show, a fine way to kick off my debaucherous weekend.

Photos by Graham Cook.

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