“We’ve eaten them for years, now it’s their turn!” Level 33 Entertainment has dropped a trailer for a goofy new horror comedy film titled Attack of the Killer Donuts, which is indeed about donuts that become bloody thirsty killers. They’ve thought of everything, haven’t they? Maybe this is the perfect trailer to watch the day after Halloween, although it’ll probably give you the munchies for donuts (just make sure the ones you buy aren’t bloody thirsty killers). Attack of the Killer Donuts stars Justin Ray, Kayla Compton, Ben Heyman, Kassandra Voyagis, Michael Swan, and Aaron Groben. On one hand, it’s kind of cool that something this wacky still exists (with its own theme song?!). On the other, this looks as awful as it sounds. ›››
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Sometimes it takes one simple gesture to make a difference in people’s lives.
Just like the one that positively affected a girl from Cannock, north of Birmingham, who had a panic attack in a supermarket.
Two years ago, Helen Martin’s daughter was in a Sainsbury’s grocery store when there was a fire alarm drill that completely traumatised her.
Martin recounted on Facebook how her daughter had been having episodes triggered by alarms or loud noises in large environments such as airports and supermarkets.
“It took 2 years to get her to go back into Sainsbury’s and even now we have to ask if there are any scheduled alarms before she will venture around the store,” Martin wrote. Read more…