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Updated: 2017-11-16T21:15:43.022-05:00


Screenshots: Doctor Jekyll y el Hombre Lobo (1972)


" I need pleasure... women... lots of women... different women!"[...]

Hump Day Posters: Cyborg 2 (1993)


Screenshots: Logan's Run (1976)


"Run, runner!"[...]

Femme Fatale Friday: Gal Gadot



Crap I watched: October 2017


First time viewings are marked with a *Films-The Omen (1976) Damien: Omen II (1978) The Final Conflict (1981) Omen IV: The Awakening (1991) The Omen (2006) *Cannibal Apocalypse (1980) Manhattan Baby (1982) Aenigma (1987) King of Kong Island (1968) *Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965)Bloody Pit of Horror (1965) Encounter with the Unknown (1973) Abar: Black Superman (1977) The Carrier (1988)Magic of the Universe (1988) Alien (1979) Event Horizon (1997) The Gathering (2002)The Broken (2008) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956) Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) Dead & Buried (1981) Friday the 13th Part 2 (1981) Friday the 13th Part III (1982)Ghost Story (1981) The Thing with Two Heads (1972)The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant (1971) Tarantulas: The Deadly Cargo (1977) Ants! (1977)Fade to Black (1980)The Horror Star (1983)Puppet Master II (1990) Mirror Mirror (1990)Mirror, Mirror 2: Raven Dance (1994)Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur (1995) *Mirror, Mirror IV: Reflection (2000) *If I Die Before I Wake (1998) Frailty (2001)Session 9 (2001) You're Next (2011)It Follows (2014)The Woman (2011) *The Tortured (2010) Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987)Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990) StageFright (1987)Ghosthouse (1988) The House by the Cemetery (1981)Antropophagus (1980) Humongous (1982) Maximum Overdrive (1986) Christine (1983) My Boyfriend's Back (1993) Idle Hands (1999) [...]

Screenshots: Idle Hands (1999)


"My work here is done. Time for the ritualistic sex!"[...]

Top Ten Picks For Halloween Viewing 2017


As I write this it’s oddly warm out. It really doesn't feel like Fall out. Global Warming? What’s that? Anyway, can’t believe October is almost over again. Time for the annual Halloween recommendations from yours truly. So let's get to it!10) Fade to Black (1980) A big part of Halloween is dressing up as monsters and famous characters. What better film to watch around the 31st then one were the main character dresses up as Dracula, The Mummy and Hopalong Cassidy among others and gets revenge on a bunch of douche bags. This horror oddity from early in the golden age of slashers was produced by Irwin “Mother Fucking Halloween” Yablans. Not really a straight up slasher and more psychological horror.9) Night of the Werewolf (1981) Halloween needs a little Waldemar Daninsky action. Night deliverers some great werewolf action. Night has perhaps some of the best it’s been in the Daninsky film series. Coming across as almost a Waldemar greatest hits. Redoing parts of the past films. There’s plenty of sex and violence on hand to satisfy your horror film cravings.8) Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987)Degrassi High has A Nightmare on Elm Street! Teen drama galore mixed Freddy Kruger antics. The slasher trappings of the first Prom Night are dropped. In their place we're treated to Freddy K. supernatural shenanigans. Weird dream sequences. Chalkboards become water and suck people in, gym lockers pulp a chick, giant ass spider webs, and evil as hell rocking horse! This one is unquestionably sooo crazy that it's great for having friends over with some pizza and booze for a movie night.7) The Mutilator (1984) We’re going on a Fall Break! Time to get away! The Mutilator isn’t the best slasher from the early ‘80s’ nor is a classic one. That said it’s an insanely fun film. On you can just kick back with and hang out. It takes place in the Fall so it’s perfect for October viewing. And there’s that amazing theme song. I’m still mystified by what exactly a Fall Break is.6) Haunter (2013)A cool little spin on the usual ghost story starring Scream Queens alum Abigail Breslin. Directed by Vincenzo Natali, the dude who made both Cube and Splice. There’s great atmosphere, a cool bad guy and a pretty good twist. It gets bonus points for using The Killing Jar by Siouxsie and the Banshees as it’s sort of theme song.5) Nightmare (2015) Something a little different. Dante Tomaselli’s Nightmare is the perfect soundtrack to a fever dream or a Halloween night spent reading some horror comics. From the get go we’re treated to screams and then awesome 80s’ style synth. Perfect company on a chilly October afternoon.4)The Ghost of Frankenstein (1942) Halloween isn’t right without some black and white horror goodness. It’s a hard act to follow Son of Frankenstein, much less the first two films. But it’s a fine Universal monster outing all the same. One that manages to be fun and thrilling in it’s short running time. Here’s the first time out for Lon Chaney Jr. as the Monster, taking over from Boris Karloff. There’s also Bela Lugosi returning for his second and final appearance as the awesome demented Ygor. And lovely Universal scream queen Evelyn Ankers is on hand to liven things up.3) Lemora: A Child's Tale of the Supernatural (1973)After my first viewing of Lemora it quickly became a favorite. A haunting little film that mixes Lovecraft, vampires and Little Red Riding Hood. Like Messiah of Evil, Suspiria and Let's Scare Jessica to Death (Three of my favorite '70's horror films), Lemora creates an eerie atmosphere that pulls you into it's world and keeps you transfixed to the screen. Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith is perfect as young Lila Lee and considering how her life would end it makes her character somewhat tragic. I'm still not sure what the[...]

Screenshots: It Follows (2014)


"It could look like someone you know or it could be a stranger in a crowd. Whatever helps it get close to you."[...]

Femme Fatale Friday: Alexandra Breckenridge



Hump Day Posters: The Return of the Vampire (1944)



Screenshots: American Horror Story: Freak Show Edward Mordrake: Part 2


"I'm a good clown."[...]

Femme Fatale Friday: Sarah Michelle Gellar



Screenshots: American Horror Story: Freak Show Edward Mordrake: Part 1


"Thank you for your pains, dear lady. I'm sorry you had to relive any of this."[...]

Full Moon Friday Night # 4


Back again for our fourth installment of Full Moon madness! I’d like to do these more regularly, but stuff always seems to come up. Anyway, for this installment we have a newer Full Moon flick. I found this sucker on one of those Wal-mart five dollar bin horror collections. Will that be this film’s budget as well? Zombies Vs. Strippers (2012)Director: Alex NicolaouWriters: Nick Francomano, Alex NicolaouStaring: Circus-Szalewski, Eve Mauro, Victoria LevineThe story here is fairly simple. I mean it’s a fill about strippers and zombies. We’re not getting Finnegans Wake here. In a city overrun by the living dead, a small cheap-ass strip club is the last hold out of the living. Not that they even know it at first. The Tough Titty is about to go under. The owner gets the staff together for one last night before the joint closes. On this final night of stripping and partying a few patrons show up acting weird. By weird, I mean they try to eat the strippers and other patrons. And not in the good way. After kicking the dead out of the club some strippers, staffers and remaining patrons try to hold out against a city full of zombies. Or as many as the budget will allow.There’s some boobies. There’s some zombies. Shit happens. The end. At a whopping 75 minutes Zombies Vs. Strippers never really wears out it’s welcome. There’s no Night of The Living Dead looking at social issues here. Z vs. S is dumb fun. Mostly dumb. The characters are what you’d expect. There’s the innocent stripper. The bitchy one. The tough talking, afro having Coffy wannabe. And the sleazeball owner. We’re meant to root for them, but they all come across as pricks. So we’re left rooting for the zombies. Which is fine. I root for Jason to kill those horny 30 year old teens all the time.  Aside from the characters being a bit annoying Zombies Vs. Strippers was a fine time to pass 75 minutes. It’s not something I could see myself watching a lot, or even again. But the effects are nice and there’s lots of hot naked women. If you like that thing. I do. Z Vs. S shows that the Band dream factory still has it.  [...]

Femme Fatale Friday: Maika Monroe



Screenshots: Lost Highway (1997)


"Dick Laurent is dead..."[...]

Crap I watched: September 2017


First time viewings are marked with a *


Death Nurse (1987)  *
Hollywood Cop (1987)  *
Bloody Moon (1981)
Home Sick (2007)
Blood Rage (1987)
Evil Laugh (1986)
Click: The Calendar Girl Killer (1990)
Just Before Dawn (1981)
Girls School Screamers (1986)
The Boogey Man (1980)
The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1982)
Motel Hell (1980)
The Burning (1981)
Stoker (2013) *
Le orme (1975)
Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)
The Wolf Man (1941)
The Mummy's Tomb (1942)
Rodan (1956)
Gamera vs. Guiron (1969)
4 Dollars of Revenge (1966) *
Killing Them Softly (2012) *
The Architect (2006) *
Lymelife (2008) *
Olympus Has Fallen (2013) *
High Risk (1995)
Cell (2016) *
Bluebeard (1972)
The Suspicious Death of a Minor (1975) *
Wild (2014) *
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me (1992)
Lost Highway (1997)
Night Key (1937) *
Tower of London (1939) *
Terror in a Texas Town (1958) *
The Mutilator (1984)

TV Shows-

Game of Thrones - The Complete 1st Season (2011) (DVD) *
Game of Thrones - The Complete 2nd Season (2012) (DVD) *
Game of Thrones - The Complete 3rd Season (2013) (DVD) *
Twin Peaks - Definitive Gold Box Edition (1990-1991) (DVD)
Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law - Volume 2 (2004-2005) 

Femme Fatale Friday: Hailee Steinfeld