Emily Booth of The Horror Channel

Emily Booth is more popularly known as the glamorous, dark-haired TV presenter of The Horror Channel.

Emily was born in Chester, England in 1976 but grew up in Hastings, East Sussex. Her paternal great grandfather built one of the first cinemas in the UK in Cornwall. It is now a garage, but still has a plaque on the wall marking its significance. Emily studied for 3 A levels and a BA in media and film degree at Goldsmiths College, University of London. While she was a student she earned money busking in the street playing the violin and sang on Eurotrash. She once worked in PR for the London based Salvation Films. She used to be an avid animal rights campaigner and keeps pet rats.

In 2011 she gave birth to her first child, Betty Seren Booth-Walters.

Emily is known for her roles in such cult films as Pervirella, Cradle of Fear, Evil Aliens, and BAFTA nominated short film Inferno. She also appeared in Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriquez’s double header Grindhouse (2007) in the mock trailer “Don’t”, by Edgar Wright (director of Shaun of the Dead).

Emily was also the host of several Channel 4 and satellite television shows. She co-presented and co-wrote video game review show BITS for two years. She was a segment presenter on Channel 4 flagship morning show The Big Breakfast, and also presented on the gameshow Banzai for E4. Other shows she worked on include L!VE TV’s Blue Review, paintball challenge show Mission: Paintball, Threesome and Demolition.

Emily has presented several television programmes related to cult films, including OUT There on five and Shock Movie Massacre on Bravo. Emily is a presenter on Eat Cinema, interviewing A-list Hollywood stars on The Buzz and hosting her own show First Night Bites. She also hosted the now defunct Quiz Night Live, a premium rate call-in quiz show, shown on satellite/Freeview channel Ftn. She is presents The Match on the on XLeague.tvchannel. In 2007 she joined Zone Horror where she works as a presenter and continuity announcer.

She was among the guests at the 2009 Festival of Fantastic Films in Manchester and announced the results of the Delta Film Award. She also hosted GoreZone Magazine’s Weekend of Horror and is the official poster girl for the magazine. GoreZone Magazine will launch a DVD cover mount starring Emily Booth each month from December 2009.

Emily introduces film premieres on her very own Horror Booth most Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays on The Horror Channel. This is a fun and often naughty film prelude to get the audience in the mood for the film premiere, and Emily will often find interesting information on the film to give you additional insider knowledge. Tune in to The Horror Booth most Wednesday and weekends before the10.55 movie on Horror Sky 319 Virgin 170 and Freesat 138!

Succeed With Women – Powerful Secrets That Will Help You Make Any Girl Like You Instantly

On May 11th 2007 I suffered a severe accident that almost killed me. This near encounter with death had a drastic impact on my personality. I learned to be present, and to live in the moment.

This shift in my attitude had a positive effect on the way in which I related with women, and if you read this article I am sure you will enjoy the same positive results.

No girl is out of your league as long as you understand…

The first thing you need to understand is that most guys fail with women because they live on autopilot mode most of the time. They don’t know how to be present and, as a result, they are not able to connect with females on a deep level.

Guys who live in their heads lack the observation skills needed to know what does a girl need, and how to give it to her.

Women talk to you all the time through non-verbal channels. They tell you how they are feeling, and they even give you clues on how to win their heart, the only thing you need to do is to be present, and pay attention.

For example, when a girl is interested in you she will lean in close, and her body will be pointed in your direction. If, on the other hand, her arms are crossed, she is sitting back, and her body is pointing away from you; you should work harder to win her attention.

If she shows no signs of interest…
If a girl shows no interest in you, don’t worry. By being present you can get it. Learning to live in the moment will make your body language send strong positive signals to the females you interact with.

They will perceive you as a powerful, strong, and confident male. And, if done correctly, they will also feel sexual tension, which I am sure you know is essential to make any woman feel attracted to you.

The skills needed to succeed with women come from the inside; you can’t fake them. So, instead of wasting your time on learning cheesy pick up lines, magic tricks, or goofy jokes, just learn to live in the moment and enjoy life.

This little shift in your attitude will make any girl you meet feel a deep connection with you, almost instantly. You will be sending the right type of vibe, and you will know how to feel the vibes they send to you.

Girl Scout Songs – What Shall We Sing Tonight?

Singing girl scout songs is not something I have done a lot of, being a guy! I imagine the girls must be more refined, dainty and classy. I’m sure they must sing the kind of songs you would sing at a church camp. The songs they sing must be quite different from the songs that I have heard around Boy Scout campfires. Is that true?

I have two daughters that have told me the kinds of songs they sing, and I can tell you, they sing the same kinds of songs that the boys sing. Maybe even worse! I think some songs they sing would make even a boy scout blush!

Not to worry; I am not promoting that kind of song here.

Whenever I ask one of the young ladies I know to tell me their favorite girl scout song or campfire girl song, the first one they say is Princess Pat. So here is Princess Pat, along with a few other camping songs popular among girl scouts, campfire girls and other organizations for girls.

  • Princess Pat: This song is a favorite among girls. The whole song is in The Great American Campfire Songbook. It is a sing and repeat song; The leader sings a line and everyone else repeats. There are also some fun actions that go along with it: The Princess Pat (pose like and Egyptian) Lived in a tree (hands in the air like a tree) She sailed across (wavy hands like the ocean) The seven seas (hold up 7 fingers then form a ‘C’ with hand) She sailed across (wavy hands) The channel too (trace a channel w/2 hands then show #2) And took with her (throw a sack over shoulder) A rick-a-bamboo. (trace a wavy figure in front as you go down, bending knees as you go) A rick-a-bamboo (same as above) Now what is that? (shrug shoulders) It’s something made (bang one fist atop the other) By the Princess Pat. (Egyptian pose) It’s red and gold (one hand on hip, other hand up) And purple too. (reverse pose) That’s why they call (cup hands around mouth, and shout) It a rick-a-bamboo. (same as before) Now captain Jack (salute) And his mighty crew (salute some more) They sailed across (same as before) The channel too. (same as before) But their ship sank (plug nose and go down) And yours will too (point at audience) If you don’t take (throw invisible bag over shoulder) The rick-a-bamboo. (same as before) The Princess Pat (same as before) Saw captain Jack (hand above eyes like a lookout) She reeled him in (reel in like your fishing) And brought him back (pat on his imaginary back) She saved his life (salute) And his crew’s too (salute some more) And do you know how (shrug) With a rick-a-bamboo. (same as before)
  • A Little Miss: I really don’t know how popular or widespread this song is. A niece of mine taught it to me. I thought it was fun, and so I have included it. I don’t know of any actions, but there are definitely possibilities. Here are the words: The music and chords are included in the campfire songbook. A little miss, went out to pick some flowers. Stood in the grass, up to her ankle bones. She saw a bird and thought of turkey feathers. It broke her heart, she let a farmer take her home.
  • I Like Bananas, Coconuts and Grapes: This is another favorite at girls camps. It can really get silly as you replace all the vowels with an ‘e’ or ‘a’ or ‘o’ or another vowel. There are 5 vowels, but you can also use the different pronunciations of those vowels. In the first verse you sing: I like bananas, coconuts and grapes. In the second verse, replace all the vowels with an e, and sing: E leke benenes, cecenets end grepes. In the third verse replace all the vowels with another vowel, like o and sing: O loke bononos coconots ond gropes. You can continue with whatever vowels you want to use.
  • Happy Wanderer: Just a happy song. It’s great for the outdoors, and is also an excellent hiking song.
  • I Love the Mountains: Just another happy song. Also an excellent hiking song.
  • Cannibal King: Another very popular girls camp song. The chorus moves along pretty fast, but that’s what makes it fun.

This is just a handful of good girl scout songs. If you have some favorites that I have not included, drop me an email with your suggestions. I can always add more to my songbook.