Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Owlman strikes again.



Lord of Tears drectior Lawrie Brewster sent me a note letting me know that the owlman has struck again.

Every day visitors arrive, from urban explorers to photographers, at the former morgue of St. Kilda's Hospital. There they discovered the shrine... of the dreaded Owlman!

4 hidden cameras recored what happened and as Brewster put it "The video was produced... mostly... almost.... without incident!"

You can also find out more at their facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/lordoftearsmovie

Still looking forward to seeing this movie. I find the Owlman to be pretty freaking cool looking.




Saturday, December 13, 2014

No Chains Can Hold Him! No Tomb Can Seal Him In!


The Ghost of Frankenstein
1942 | B&W | 67 Minutes | 1.37.1 | UR | Horror | Mono | Universal


Director: Erle C. Kenton

Writers: Scott Darling

Stars:
Cedric Hardwicke
Lon Chaney Jr.
Ralph Bellamy
Bela Lugosi

The undead Monster and the wily Ygor have survived another mob of angry villagers. Needing help to restore the Monster's strength, Ygor brings his hulking friend to Ludwig Frankenstein, the original doctor's son. Ludwig has built a life and a reputation for himself in another town, far from the stigma and shame that his father and brother brought on the family. Ygor blackmails him. The good Ludwig realizes that the Monster is evil and must be destroyed, but he struggles with the idea of taking a life, even an undead one. He finds a solution: replace the Monster's criminal brain with the brain of his recent victim, the noble Doctor Kettering. But sly Ygor is a step ahead: he manipulates Ludwig's colleague, the jealous Doctor Bohmer, into substituting Ygor's brain for Kettering's. After the operation, the Monster--with his physical strength now guided by Ygor's wicked brain--is more terrible than ever. When will those stuffy scientists finally learn? Luckily, there is a mob of angry villagers outside Frankenstein's house...



“Ghost of Frankenstein” hits MeTV tonight at 10 pm eastern/pacific, 9 pm central, and, please check your local listings if you’re in other time zones. Chicago gets a second appearance of another ghost -“The Mummy’s Ghost”- at 11 am on WCIU, the U.

If you haven’t had a chance to listen to the “Lossano and Friends!” podcast featuring that Rich Koz, along with Amanda Puck and “Hot Doug” Sohn- give it a listen on iTunes or at www.LOSSANO.com – plenty of fun conversation, Sven info, and more!

Don’t give up the “Ghost” tonight- catch it on MeTV!



How about that a little Ghost from Creepmas past tonight to end the the 13 days of Creepmas. No better way to wrap those horror icon gifts to place under the tree. I sure enjoyed having you stop by and celebrate the spooky side of the holiday with me! Make sure to visit all the other Creepers this weekend. 


Friday, December 12, 2014

Merry Creepmas From The Cave!

check out the video after the break. It is on auto play and will drive everybody nuts.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Stimpy's First Fart



Long before South Park we had the loveable idiot Ren and Stimpy. And if you have not seen their classic Christmas special where Stimpy loses his Son witch is a fart then you have not lived!


When Stimpy farts, he believes that he has given birth. He tells Ren about the incident and tries to fart in front of him to show him what happened, but it fails. When Ren refused to believe him, Stimpy relentlessly tries to find his fart, "Stinky." Stimpy first tries a Santa charity worker he sniffs his butt but he can't find him, then he tries posters but no one is interested, next he tries the police he tells them of his missing "son" Stinky and describes him to a sketch artist annoyed with this the artist throws outside, Stimpy thinks he he smells Stinky but it turns out to be manure Mr. Horse is selling, saddened by this he gives up and lies on the street where a car runs over his head. Stinky as it turns out is actually alive and is looking for Stimpy but he can't find him since he's lying unconscious under the car, Stinky takes refuge between Stimpy's buttocks because they smell as bad as he does but they notice the smell and try to kill him with matches so he hides in the sewer. 


Meanwhile Ren is celebrating Christmas but he is depressed since Stimpy isn't there and he sadly takes out a present he got Stimpy and sings Christmas carols to himself while tearing up, he hears the doorbell and sees Stimpy frozen in a block of ice, Ren is overjoyed and brings Stimpy inside to thaw him out, Ren tries to make him feel better but he's still upset that he can't find Stinky, after some time the doorbell rings and Ren is shocked that Stinky actually exists so he brings him inside, Ren informs Stimpy that he has a visitor. He tells him he doesn't care until Ren gets him to sniff his finger which has Stinky's scent on it, Stimpy and Stinky are happy to be reunited, Stimpy tells him that they can be together forever but Stinky says they can't because he's grown up and engaged to Cora a rottting fish head, Stimpy marries them and they live in Ren's nose which he is not happy about.



"Son of Stimpy" made its home video debut on the Have Yourself a Stinky Little Christmas VHS, released by Sony Wonder on September 21, 1993. The video also contained music videos of the songs "Fleck the Walls" and "Cat Hairballs" from the album Ren & Stimpy's Crock O' Christmas.

This will forever live in my VHS collection! Here are the bonus songs from the tape that are available on CD that yes I own.



Make sure your checking with all the others counting down to Creepmas

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Toy's for the Monster Kid on your list.


Here are a few toys that every Monster Kid hopes to find under the tree!

Scab and Bandage Plush

Wait what I want on of these I did not know they exited.

I know these are a big thing and highly collectible but WTF!

I have no words.

This would be fun I will admit.

Everybody wants Zombie kids.

Wait what? Baby is pregnant too!! 
I don't want to comment on this.
Plush Ovaries nice.

Every Monster Kids starts here.


Oliver's sister?


Yep would be happy if this was under my tree

The sweet smell of Christmas


Yes this is a plush Tampon. Who would by this?? Merry Christmas honey you Bit*%. Just odd.
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Monday, December 8, 2014

All is not well in Toyland

The classic Full Moon film, now in dazzling high-definition for the first time!

Dollman Vs Demonic Toys
1993 | Color | 64 Minutes | 1.37.1 | R | Horror | 2.0 | Full Moon Features

Director: Charles Band

Writers: Charles Band

Stars:
Tim Thomerson
Tracy Scoggins
Melissa Behr

When undercover cop Judith Grey (Tracy Scoggins, reprising her original role) discovers the murderous Demonic Toys have returned to the Toyland warehouse, she has only one thought in mind: destroy the hideous playthings at all costs. But she needs help. So she turns to the only man on Earth who can measure up to these toychest terrors-Brick Bardo aka Dollman (Tim Thomerson). 

Joined by his girlfriend, the equally diminutive Ginger (reduced to 11 inches in Bad Channels), futurecop Bardo teams with Judith to battle the mutant toys. Now Bardo must fight to save his life and his love as Baby Oopsie develops a large "crush" on the luscious Ginger...


Special Features will include

Audio commentary with star Tim Thomerson and director Charles Band

Original VideoZone featurette

Uncut behind-the-scenes footage from the Full Moon vault

Classic Full Moon HD Trailers

Get it now with 2-Day Free Shipping via Amazon Prime or visit www.fullmoonhorror.com



Love the odd side of Christmas Songs but I must worn you not safe for small ears or work. And I had to add Hooray For Santa Clause from Santa Concurs the Martians.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Gift Guide To Creepmas






How about a few Creepmas Gift Idea's for the Halloween fanatic on your shopping list.

Creepy Bug filled Christmas Ball
Jaw's Shower Curtain

Eyeball Lunch Bag


Canned Unicorn Meat Yum!

Poe Lunchbox

Big Foot Air Freshener

Walking Dead Towel
Zombie Plan Charm Bracelet
Alien in a Jar





Saturday, December 6, 2014

Nameless! Fleshless! Deathless!


The Mummy's Ghost
1944 | B&W | 61 Minutes | 1.37.1 | UR | Horror | Mono | Universal

Director: 
Reginald Le Borg

Writers: 
Griffin Jay 
Henry Sucher

Stars: 
Lon Chaney Jr.
John Carradine
Robert Lowery

An Egyptian high priest travels to America to reclaim the bodies of ancient Egyptian princess Ananka and her living guardian mummy Kharis. Learning that Ananka^Òs spirit has been reincarnated into another body, he kidnaps a young woman of Egyptian descent with a mysterious resemblance to the princess. However, the high priest's greedy desires cause him to loose control of the mummy...

The mummy's ghost is part of "Wrapping Up 2014" theme on Svengoolie. I could not think of a better way to enjoy Creepmas this Saturday Night. Did you know when the Scripps Museum security guard comes into the room to confront Yourself Bey, you can see the shadow of the boom mic on the glass door behind him. Or that most of the Egyptians are played by actors who don't look the slightest bit Egyptian.

Also here are a few pictures of the new set.




Friday, December 5, 2014

Kristofferson and MacGraw...ain't nothin' gonna get in their way!



For many years while working at Suncost Video one of the most sought after DVDs around the holidays was Convoy. The fact was at that time it was not available on anything. Cheesy Flicks eventually put out a DVD-5 that was pressed from the laser disc and sold like crazy. When that went out of print people still looked for it. Not sure why nobody ever picked it up a second time. And I really don't know why it was a big tile in my store.

Well Kino Lorber has revealed their plans to release Sam Peckinpah's 1978 classic big rigs flick Convoy April of 2015. I will be interesting to see what they use for source material as Kino does a great job with their restorations.

Stay tuned kids I will be sure to keep you up to date as more comes available.









Synopsis: Sam Peckinpah's classic road-movie based around the hit song by C.W. McCall. Long-distance trucker Rubber Duck (Kristofferson) is on the run from corrupt sheriff Lyle Wallace (Borgnine). He makes a call on his CB radio asking for assistance from other truckers, many of whom have also fallen foul of Wallace in the past. What follows is a massive truckers' convoy, plenty of CB banter, and a whole lot of smashed-up police cars.


Spend it with the ones you loathe, Merry Friggin' Christmas


A Merry Friggin' Christmas
2014 | Color | 88 Minutes | 2.35.1 | PG-13 | Comedy | 5.1 Dolby Digital | Sycamore Pictures


Director: Tristram Shapeero

Writer: Michael Brown

Stars:
Joel McHale
Lauren Graham
Clark Duke 
Robin Williams

Boyd Mitchler and his family must spend Christmas with his estranged family of misfits. Upon realizing that he left all his son's gifts at home, he hits the road with his dad in an attempt to make the 8-hour round trip before sunrise. Just to keep the magic of Christmas alive and well for his younger son.

So many will blind buy or rent this movie at Redbox this holiday season to watch Robin Williams. And why not he plays the drunk hard ass dad role very well. But this movie is not sure what it wants to be and that's too bad.

The opening sets the tone with Joel McHale as a little boy having his Christmas ruined by his father. Jump to now as an adult you can tell he wants to keep the Christmas spirit alive and well with his younger son. After getting the call from his brother that the family needs to spend Christmas together the movie starts to fall apart.


A Merry Friggin' Christmas is a real hit-and-miss experience that, unfortunately, offers more of the former and less of the latter. The film lacks tight cohesion despite a fairly straightforward narrative drive. Despite some good verbal sparring between Actors Robin Williams and Joel McHale, the movie generally feels structurally inept and lacking in dramatic value.

Otherwise, the movie is a bummer of  a holiday, road trip, and dysfunctional family movie cliché that never finds its footing and certainly doesn't leave much more than a lump of coal for audiences who give it a spin.

The movie has no replay value like most Christmas movies that we watch over and over again. Once you see you may never watch it again. With high hopes thanks to a great trailer I only can give this movie...

2 Bloody Brains out of  5




Don't for get to check out the other Creepers has we celebrate the 13 Days of Creepmas