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“Representatives from corporations offered pop stars mystery-flavored Stride gum, hair gunk called Splat that supposedly makes your hair glow in the dark, and most confusing of all — considering the recipients are musicians, but we all know that doesn ' t mean much these days — $20 Paper Jamz cardboard guitars that play music.”
“[Darren Lynn] Bousman and [Rob] Zombie are both members of an emerging and collegial band of horror auteurs - unofficially known as the Splat Pack - who are given almost free rein and usually less than $10 million by studios or producers to make unapologetically disgusting, brutally violent movies," writes Rebecca Winters Keegan in Time.”
“I would probably invite Lexi Featherton from an episode of Sex and the City entitled Splat – before she went out the window!”
“This post reminds me of an episode of Sex and the City entitled Splat!”
“A twin-engine plane distributes a treatment called Splat to confuse male moths and make it difficult for them to reproduce.”
“The innovation is called Splat and is made by Vdera.”
“We've pretty much covered the trend for cardboard furniture and playhouses here on Babygadget, but here's an addition that's new to me: the so-called Splat chair.”
“He hit the ground, the sound was "Splat," his blood went spurting high.”
“With niche magazines ranging from "Splat" to paint-ballers, to "Modern Drunkard" for drinkers, well, a relationship only magazine was just a matter of time and there will be a quiz.”
“It's a collection of five short horror films, including one by Bill "Splat" Johnson, who is one of my favorite f/x artists.”
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