Saturday, December 19, 2009

Learn to eat fire.... click the link

Winter in the southwest is a great time to practice, learn, teach, and perform fire eating, and breathing.

I have free time, so if you want to learn the art of fire eating from a pro who's been at it for half his life, now's the time.

Drop me a line, and when I've got a few people together, I'll teach start a class of sorts. I'll charge you a hundred bucks, and teach you how to wow the fuck out of people without offing yourself or others.



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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Url the Fish in a Squirrel suit, all over your body!

Check it out! They're finally here! Just off the press moments ago. Genuine t-shirts, and super sexy tanks!

These are great quality too. None of that 50-50 cotton/poly junk that'll be thread bare in a couple weeks. Each hand printed shirt features an illustration by Jeremy "Cut Throat" Kinison, -a profound likeness to Url, your favorite fish in a squirrel suit. The reverse feature the Slightly Curious splat emblem.

Shirts come in a variety of colors and sizes.

Ordering instructions;

If you dress like you have a penis;

Paypal ( ) us twenty bucks. This covers the shipping charge anywhere in the US.

Tell us what size you need. We have M-XXL

Tell us what color you'd like. We offer white, and gray.

Tell us your address!

If you dress like you have a vagina;

Paypal ( ) us twentyfive bucks. This covers the shipping charge anywhere in the US.

Tell us what size you need. We have S - M

Tell us what color you'd like. We offer red, teal, grey, pink, and white.

Tell us your address!

All money should be sent via paypal to

The first 20 orders get a bonus surprise...

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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Poor Shredder...

Download now or watch on posterous
shreddergore.wmv (182 KB)

Yet another tiny peak into the dvd. It'll be available on Jan 31st 2010

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Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Wait 'till you see what she does with a carrot!

We just finished with a shoot for the new Cut Throat Freak Show dvd and the kinkiest thing I've ever seen just happened. Fuck.

I'm going to have an erection for weeks. Have a sneak preview photo that reveals very little! Enjoy!

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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Pinchy gets down!

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dancepinch.mpg (2436 KB)

We're working like mad on the dvd.

Tentative release date set for February.

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Cut Throat Freak Show in 3-D lookit!

and there's pictures in this gallery...
It's labeled PAPA at around page four.


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Saturday, November 14, 2009

butt face and buffalo celery

Oh yeahhhh, this is making the dvd. (which is looking like it'll be released in January or February).

Also, get your ass to the Hollywood Alley tonight. Which reminds me, last night, I overheard yet another person say the same damn shit that people in every city I've visited say. It's a broken record in every city. Every cities citizen feels like they live in the worst city ever. They say "This city is a cultural wasteland. Everything has been white washed." followed by buzzwords like "gentrification" and "sustainability". You know what? That's just making excuses to sit at home and bitch. I don't think we live in a cultural wasteland. Nor can I remember visiting one. It's just not a problem I have.

Wait for it...

And you won't have that problem either if you make to the Hollywood Alley in AZ tonight. Ha!
Seriously though. Get your ass out of the house. It's Saturday night! Live entertainment is EVERYWHERE!

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"Hollywood knows we could, if you know what I mean..."

Come see us at the Hollywood Alley in AZ tonight!
We'll play some Ghosts N Goblins in the arcade, eat some shicken wings, drink some beers, and watch the Premier of the film "Bisbee Cuisine"!

from the new times;

Roadkill Bill, Vol. 3
Bisbee Cannibal Club director strikes again
By Leslie Barton So
bad it’s good, or vice versa? Decide for yourself when “Roadkill Bill”
Robertson’s third low-budget horror-comedy B-movie, 2009’s Bisbee Cuisine -- a Tales From the Crypt-style
short flick featuring a foul-mouthed waitress regaling her reluctant
diners with a triple shot of culinary storytelling debauchery – at
Mesa’s Hollywood Alley. A 20-year resident of Bisbee, Roadkill Bill (The Bisbee Cannibal Club) cites influences such as celluloid crazies Peter Jackson and Herschell Gordon Lewis. Bill’s cameraman, John Cheney, tells New Times, “We aimed for John Waters, and ended up with a few Ed Wood moments. I guess that's half the charm, eh?” Well, as Trainee the waitress says early on in Cuisine, “One person's garbage is another person's delicacy.” Also playing is Robertson’s first video, A Road Kill Cautionary Tale, featuring, well, lots of dead animals. Special guests at the event include Cut Throat Freak Show and the bands Cosmeticators and Scorpion vs. Tarantula."

The Cut Throat Freak Show will be there ripping shit up. There's even been talk of an attempt at repeating a certain October performance (hint hint)....

21 and up. I have no idea when the Cut Throat Freak Show plays, although I'm certain it will be night time. It doesn't matter. This is more like a party with fucking great entertainment. Do yourself a favor and be there around nine, and plan on staying all night. The Cosmeticators, and Scorpion vs Tarantula are playing. CTFS, Road Kill Bill, Bisbee Cuisine, Slightly Curious, Cut Throat Freak Show, Cosmeticators, Scorpion vs Tarantula.
See you there, we're going to go get our shit to the venue, and start pregaming.

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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Milfs squirming in their seats.....

If you're in Arizona, I'll be on Mill ave in Tempe on Sunday (today) juggling for dollars! I'm going to try and show up before lunch, and go till after the last drunk wanders back to frat row.

I'll be bringing some special surprises for CTFS fans. I won't be breaking those out for the "family crowd", but I'll have something for the rest of you.

If nothing else, come out just to request eyeball tricks while I'm juggling for 8 year olds, and watch their mothers writhe in discomfort.

It'll be a long day. Come say Hi! (and tip me! ha! Seriously. I have twenty two children. With Lupus. In their KNEES!)

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Mentioned in the Wall Street Journal

Url, that is. I knew everyone loved him, somewhere deep, deep down..

Here's the article. Thanks again, Regretsy!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

French fries, broken glass, phantom coffee shops

Black Friday got off to a slow start. It picked up enough to do a show, make some tips, and go home for drinks. Jeremy got stuck performing outside, so instead of setting up on the counter like I did last month I threw my stuff on the ground next to his spot and performed with him. It was a bit dismal at first, but ended up being just as good, if not better than, the original plan. Though I must say that keeping people out of a bad mood is not my forte. A couple friends came out to keep us company and bring us treats. Here's pictures.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


As expected, I lack the attention span for regular updates. Turning on email notifications would probably help this.

Last time I was talking about Black Friday, and it's all ready upon us once again! I'm terrible. Getting there was a pain, but I was pleasantly surprised with the turnout last time, and it can only get better with each event. I didn't have an opportunity to take pictures of anything as I had to stay at my booth, but here's one my friend took while he was sitting next to me -

What can I say? It was Rocky. If you've been, you know. If you haven't, bring a flask and go grimace at fat men in lingerie.

On to future events, then. I have at least three performances with CTFS this month, including SADISCO on Halloween. This means I get to wear my white rabbit outfit soon. Hooray for embarrassing yourself.

Got a surprise phone call from my tattoo artist at Immaculate. He's normally booked about six months out. I was going to have to wait until December for my appointment, but since he's going to Japan to get tattooed by a badass, he moved it to THIS FRIDAY! Shit! He does amazing work, so I'll be thrilled with whatever he ends up stabbing in to me.

Oh! Somehow I almost forgot that I was featured on Regretsy a couple of days ago. Thanks, Regretsy, for bringing over 1,400 visitors to my Etsy store! Yesterday, I was once again posted on LiveJournal's Ugly Crap Community, as well as some other blogs. I've had a ridiculous amount of traffic lately. Also, this video of a song about Url:

singing to lauren, although she doesn't know it yet. on

Enough about me, what about you?

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Black Friday and Rocky Horror are back

Earlier this year I got in on a monthly event called Black Friday. It's aimed at the local horror/Rocky crowd and features movie premiers, performers, bands, obese women in lingerie, vendors, and.. Rocky Horror, of course. Point is, it's finally found its new home at MADCAP Theater after Chandler Cinemas closed. Which is great, because that's right down the street from me. Now I just have to figure out how to get all my crap down there.

And, it's happening tomorrow! If you live in the valley, come visit me. Please? I believe it's free to get in and $10 per ticket if you want to see Rocky or Repo. I'll be the one huddled in the corner with a bunch of dead shit.

MADCAP is in downtown Tempe on Mill Avenue - it's the old Harkin's. Starts at six or eight or something and goes 'til midnight.

Monday, September 14, 2009

Freaky Features

I've been featured on the blog of another Etsy's Dark Side member. *squee*

Thinking of taxidermy, I immediately draw to mind flannel-jacketed Uncle Bruce watching the fishing channel in his wood-paneled den decorated with protruding buck heads and a coffee table otter.

But out in Tempe, Arizona, 21-year-old Morgan of SlightlyCurious puts her own sideshow-spin on the animal stuffing game. But wait! Before you get all up-in-arms about animal cruelty, here is the disclaimer she has on her MySpace page:

“While I’m no activist, I do not kill animals to create my work. They are roadside splatters, casualties of the seafood industry, or simply weren’t meant to survive. I merely take what isn’t stiff yet."

I’ll admit, as a vegetarian I was a little “OMG” when I first saw Morgan’s shop. But that initial shock quickly turned into intrigue; there is an innate creativity flowing there that I can’t deny and I was excited to find out about the inner-workings of taxidermy and to learn more about the artist herself.

Read the full interview here!

Saturday, September 12, 2009

Now that you've been lulled into complacency...

Apparently, I have an unfortunate habit of starting things I'm excited about, getting sidetracked by delicious looking food, mentally glancing back at my original project, and then...

Oh, hey there. This account has been around for a while now, and it's probably about time I start using it. Can you believe I'm doing this to procrastinate working on something else? Here, I'll show you.

Those are two of the wrist cuffs I'm working on that clearly haven't been finished yet. All they need are eyelets for the lacing, and they'll be done. Soon! I just need to acquire a grommet setter.

Here's an in-progress shot of the new style of cuff I'm working on. When it's finished, there will be a zippered pouch hidden on the back where one could store various monies, unmentionables, souls, and what have you. Instead of a skull, this one will have a few tiny femurs placed vertically. I'm not too keen on the color combination, though it's a little less contrasting in person.

And this... is actually completely finished, and should have been posted on Etsy already. Isn't it just.. sweet? She's a hair clip, by the way. I've just now named her Frenchy, keep an eye out for her in my Etsy store.

Now that everyone knows what I'm up to, there's a little bit of pressure to get things done.

Hopefully, I will manage to make semi regular updates. I'm just now figuring out this Blogger dealy, and had an embarrassing amount of issues with the drag-and-drop interface. Guess I'd better stick with old-fashioned HTML.