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Gus Rethwisch: Muscle Cavebear Here For Your Pumpkin-Carving Needs

Ah, yes, Halloween.  It’s a pagan holiday where supposedly the boundary between the living and the dead is blurred and dissolved…  Lol.  Who am I kidding?  It’s a time for kids to receive free candies!

Anyway, here is Mr. Gus Rethwisch from House II: The Second Story. He’s ready to carve some pumpkin.

(You can find a collage of Mr. Rethwisch from this movie here.)

FUN FACT: Gus just shoved the legendary Kane Hodder

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[SubBearSive] Happy Bear-ster Egg Hunting

Look at this first… then look at the next picture:

Big “Thank You!” to Sam for sharing this in Brotherhood of Bears.
Sam is the owner of the amazing SDW Media.

Let’s see: Woofy bald musclebear.  Bondage.  Wearing just briefs.  Mythic anthropomorphic artistic bad bunnies painting on musclebear’s “eggs.”

Wow.  Now that’s an Easter celebration I could boogie down with…  And to continue my SubBearSive Happy Easter greetings, here are some more egg hunting festivities…  😉

That Referee sure does have a nice view of things…


Early design concepts for the Vibrator

Vegan Popeye finally realized that sausages provide better
sources of nutrition than spinach.

Warren Sapp loves the football…

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Gus Rethwisch: Cavebear

I’m a horror movie buff, and I remember being disappointed with the sequel to House.  It was the very first hor-com that actually delivered the goods at the time.  Unfortunately, the sequel ended up being a “Weird Science-My Science Experiment-Real Genius”-clone.  Not that those movies were bad — in fact, I loved them.  Thing is, I was looking for a horror-comedy, and all I got was blah-comedy.  Still, a big bonus was the scene with a caveman, played by Gus Rethwisch.  He’s a strongman back in the day and also played a couple of minor roles that were pretty much about being a “big bad guy.”  Here’s a collage of him in the flick, House II: The Second Story.

Gus Rethwisch 01

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