Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Fifty Cars Are Pounded Into a Mass of Twisted Metal

1977 | Color | 85 Minutes | 2.35.1 | PG | Action | Mono | Group One

Source: Full Moon Streaming

Director: Charles Band

Writer: Marc Marais

José Ferrer
Sue Lyon
John Ericson
Leslie Parrish
John Carradine
Jerome Guardino

What dark powers possess the mysterious trinket?
When his patient Kim is nearly killed in a motor accident, Dr. Martin decides to investigate.
His only clue is a strange trinket which Kim has clutched since her crash. An occult expert tells him it is Akasa – a Hittite God of revenge and destruction.
Meanwhile Kim’s car, apparently unmanned, rampages the roads causing carnage and disaster…

Crash is one of the first movies in Charles Bands still growing film career. After countless bootlegs, hard to find VHS tapes and never released on DVD, Full Moon Streaming has premiered this new widescreen version for all the uber fans out there. How does a 1970's movie about a killer car hold up. In my mind very well. The movie will keep you in your seat so make sure you have plenty of popcorn.

Sue Lyon as Kim Denne
The look and feel of Crash if felt throughout the movie and captured the era quite well. From the great looking car to its wonderful cast. The opening scene is my only gripe it was kind of out of place but I believe it was there to set the tone of the movie. As a couple of hippies get chased down by the car early and hit a little tree and explode. I will give props to the slow motion and a few camera angles used to make it look good. Soon after Kim heads to a open market where she is drawn to the occult object Akaza, the God of Vengeance! The Akaza will soon take possession of a driverless car and causes one spectacular Crash after another. 

The Akaza!

Crash! will bring to mind other killer car films The Car and The Hearse but believe it or not Band's film beat them both to the box office will little to no fanfare or success. Yet this movie is much easier to sit through then the Car witch is a movie I hold near and dear to me. One of the best scenes in the movie came from the dog that attacks Kim by jumping into the top of a moving car. Shortly  after Kim takes over a wheelchair and kills her husbands dog that was both new and funny to me and one of the more disturbing moments in the movie. 

Yep that's Charles Band Himself

Full Moon Streaming also has an audio commentary by producer/director Charles Band himself and he is joined by veteran filmmaker David DeCoteau. The two do a good job talking about the film and its cast. I was a little let down with Charlie himself the guy is a great story teller but he has worked on so many things that he does not remember has much as the fans would like. With that being said I would hope Band will sit down and work on commentary's for his newer films. Never the less they give you a good insight to the film. All though they did not like the sound track and made many points to apologize for it. I say they are wrong the soundtrack brings you into the 70's vibe very well. 

The Heat is on.
In conclusion if you like the 70's or car case movies this is for you. If you just want to visit on of Charles Bands most important films to start his career then this is a must. You will have no trouble getting through 85 minutes. I will be adding Crash! to my collection once it hits Blu-Ray. You can currently see Crash! on Full Moon Streaming and on DVD.
Over all I give Uncle Charlie...

4 Bloody Brains our of 5

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everybody. I for one will be glad to get this year behind me. I did so many great thing's but nothing will replace losing my mom. It is still a shock to me even today. Blogging again has really helped me get through it. So I thank you for stopping by. Already have a few things planned for next year. Be safe tonight! I believe our plans are to stay home and have a little family party.

2015 Horror Reading Challenge

Ok I have been trying hard to get back to reading. So what a better way than accepting a challenge to read a few Horror novels in 2015!

Challenge Levels
1-5 horror books: Running Scared
6-10 horror books: Brave Reader
11-15 horror books: Fearless
16+ horror books: Horror Hound

I'm going to shoot for Brave Reader but will be happy to hit Running Scared this year. If you would like more info head on over to Cornerfolds to sign up.

Here are the guidlines for the challenge

*This challenge will run from January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015, and you can join at anytime.

*Books must be read and reviewed in 2015.

*Audiobooks, re-reads, short stories, and crossovers are fine.

*If you're a blogger, grab the button below and create a post or page about this challenge and your    goals with a link back to this post.

*You don't have to be a book blogger to participate! You can track your progress on Goodreads, Shelfari, Booklikes, Facebook, LibraryThing, etc.

I have already picked my first book and I'm ready to go.

A Nightmare On Elm Street: The Dream Dealers

It's a step into the future. Dreams can be recorded and played back as a form of entertainment on the DreamBox. To create one thrilling DreamBox program, dreams have been teased out of the preserved brains of Freddy Krueger's past victims. This program is being tested on a group of teenagers who not only experience the dreams of Freddy's former victims, but also begin having their own dangerous nightmares. One of the kids has made a pirate copy of the program and is creating free access to it via the Internet. That would mean the evil influence of Freddy Krueger would go global.

Free Week Of Full Moon Streaming!

Calling all Horror Movie Fans wants you to try there site for FREE!! You get one week to watch some greats like Puppet Master, Subspecies, Trancers, and Dracula the Dirty Old Man to name a few. I have been watching this channel on my Roku for almost a year now and love it. In fact later this week I will be posting a review on a few movies I plan on watching today. Check it out you cant go wrong with free. You don't need a roku there are other ways to play.

I Saw What You Did To My Black Cat!

To keep up with my Vacation movie marathon last night was time to clean up my Tivo a little bit and watch a few Svengoolie's from the past month. First up

Black Cat (1934)

Bela Lugosi and Bori Karloff teamed up for the first of six pairings, this time in a story about a young couple traveling by train through Hungary (always a bad idea in the movies). They meet Dr. Vitus Werdegast (Lugosi) on the train, a psychiatrist who’s going to visit his Austrian friend, Hjalmar Poelzig (Karloff), who’s spent the last 15 years in a notorious prison camp. But the train crashes, the young woman is injured, and the trio ends up journeying to the forboding home of Poelzig. Bad things happen after that. Poelzig, by the way, was based in part on infamous British occultist Aleister Crowley.

There is a lot to like here. The custom where iconic the musical score was spot on and the first to run an entire movie. Of course the cast was wonderful. But two things really stuck out in my mind for a 1934 movie. The house and its interior where just as much a character in the movie as the two stars. The metallic look the hard angles made for a fun watch.

But the thing I enjoyed the most was the camera work. John J. Mescall who was the Cinematographer on more than 90 movies really shined in this one. He really got down to different levels for his abstract angles and off center movement that you can see in the works of today's greats like Sam Rami. His use of shadow and light where brilliant at times. This added to the film in such a wonderful way.

If you have not seen Black Cat yet you owe it to your self. Karloff's outfit is amazing and Lugosi is fantastic as always. This is a great team with a fun package from camera angles to music that make this a fun watch.

Black Cat I give you 

4 Bloody Brains out of 5

Next up the William Castle Joan Crawford vehicle...

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

30th Anniversay NO WAY!

Universal Studios Home Entertainment will release a 30th Anniversary Blu-ray Edition of director John Hughes' The Breakfast Club (1985), starring Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy. The release will be available for purchase on March 10, 2015.

Synopsis: They were five students with nothing in common, faced with spending a Saturday detention together in their high school library. At 7 a.m., they had nothing to say, but by 4 p.m. they had bared their souls to each other and become good friends. John Hughes creator of the critically acclaimed Sixteen Candles, wrote, directed and produced this hilarious and often touching comedy starring Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy. To the outside world they were simply the Jock, the Brain, the Criminal, the Princess and the Kook, but to each other, they would always be The Breakfast Club.

Special Features:
Digitally Remastered and Fully Restored From 35mm Original Film Elements
Accepting the Facts: The Breakfast Club Trivia Track
Sincerely Yours
The Most Convenient Definitions: The Origins of The Brat Pack
Theatrical Trailer
Feature Commentary with Anthony Michael Hall and Judd Nelson

I'm in denial this movie is not 30 years old! But will pick up the Blu on this classic. I remember reading that Hughes wrote a sequel but do to the fighting between Judd Nelson and Hughes it never happened. That's a bummer now excuse me as I run through the house singing I want to be an airplane pilot.

The king arrives

2014 | Color | 123 Minutes | 2.35.1 | PG-13 | Action | DTS | Warner Brothers

Director: Gareth Edwards

Writers: Max Borenstein

Aaron Taylor-Johnson
Elizabeth Olsen
Bryan Cranston

In 1999, the Janjira nuclear plant was mysteriously destroyed with most hands lost including supervisor Joe Brody's colleague and wife, Sandra. Years later, Joe's son, Ford, a US Navy ordnance disposal officer, must go to Japan to help his estranged father who obsessively searches for the truth of the incident. In doing so, father and son discover the disaster's secret cause on the wreck's very grounds. This enables them to witness the reawakening of a terrible threat to all of Humanity, which is made all the worse with a second secret revival elsewhere. Against this cataclysm, the only hope for the world may be Godzilla, but the challenge for the King of the Monsters will be great even as Humanity struggles to understand the destructive ally they have.

Face off against the Muto

I have said it once and I will say it again Godzilla was the first film I watched hosted by Svengoolie (Gerry G Bishop back in the 70's) with my mother. I remember it being one of those super hot summer days that you could not do much outside in the heat. They seemed to have run many of those Godzilla movies in the coming years because I was hooked and could not get enough of them. Now I'm not one of those super fans or anything like that but I would like to go and visit G-Fest one of these days in Chicago.

Godzilla is the first truly joyous popcorn action movie I have seen this week so far. I did not want to get up in fear of missing something, I kept forgetting I could pause the movie. Sure Godzilla was not the star of his own movie and it works for me. He is a bit player that stands out and is almost as good looking as Elizabeth Olsen.

So many people out there bashed this movie for many things including to say this was not much better than the 1998 flick. I say they are wrong! Godzilla did not lose his touch in this movie at all.What you don't like that he is the HERO? So you did not watch all fan-beloved, kid-friendly G films? What is wrong with you Godzilla is a Hero! And this feels like a disaster movie... well yeah that is what makes Godzilla movies fun to watch the way he and his battle mate don't care what town they are destroying while the duke it out.

60 years after his first big screen appearance Godzilla 2014 nailed it. I can't wait for the day we see him take on King Kong or Mecha Godzilla on the big screen. I will not wait for this to hit the home theater and I will stop listing to my friends who obviously don't get it. If you're a fan of giant monsters you will like this movie if not it might come off as a snooze fest at times. But give yourself a chance to warm up to the big guy you might find yourself cheering on this lug of a lizard.

4 1/2 Bloody Brains out of 5

Monday, December 29, 2014


Jay & Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie!
2014 | Color | 64 Minutes | 2.35.1 | NR | Comedy | DTS | SModcast Pictures

Director: Steve Stark

Writer: Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith
Jason Mewes
Eliza Dushku

After winning $10,000,000 from a scratchcard they bought at the Quick Stop, Jay & Silent Bob decide to become superheroes Bluntman and Chronic (a parody of Batman and Robin). They build a secret fortress of solitude beneath RST Video and acquire all the necessary gadgets and accessories to make them ideal crime-fighters. They also hire their own butler, Albert (a parody of Alfred Pennyworth).

Throughout their crime-fighting ordeals, they manage to accidentally create a few super-powered enemies of their own, who together form "The League of Shitters". The League of Shitters consists of Lipstick Lesbian, Dickhead, NewsGroup, Cocknocker, and the Diddler. While at a ceremony in which Bluntman and Chronic are to be awarded the key to the city of Red Bank, The League of Shitters attack the dynamic duo and knock them unconscious. They then attempt to infiltrate the "Bluntcave", resulting in the deaths of NewsGroup and Diddler (they are crushed by a wall that reveals the entrance to the hideout). Lipstick Lesbian mortally stabs Albert in the back and places Bluntman and Chronic into a giant bong that is slowly filling up with water. After leaving the heroes to die, the villains descend upon Red Bank, killing everyone in their path. Albert uses the last of his strength to free the heroes before dying.

Vowing to avenge Albert, Bluntman and Chronic fly to Red Bank in the Blunt Jet to save the city from The League of Shitters' mayhem. An epic fight ensues in which Bluntman subdues Dickhead by tricking him into entering a gay bar and Chronic kills Cocknocker with a broken beer bottle. Lipstick Lesbian draws a gun and attempts to shoot Bluntman and Chronic, but they are miraculously saved by a new heroine, Bluntgirl. Bluntgirl defeats Lipstick Lesbian single-handedly and begins to show romantic interest in Bluntman. Chronic is jealous and expresses his desire for anal sex. Bluntgirl agrees to this, however, she penetrates Chronic with a dildo, much to Chronic's distaste. Bluntgirl asks Bluntman if he's ever experienced anything of the like, to which he replies, "Yeah, when Ben Affleck played Daredevil.". During the credits, it is noted that Jay and Silent Bob will return in Clerks III.

After the credits, Jay and Silent Bob are visited by Stan Lee, who wishes to speak to them about the "Avenger Initiative". Shortly after, they are all picked up by Doc Brown, who requests their help in getting back to the future.

Source: Wikipedia 

Holy Shark repellent Bluntman this movie rocks! I never stopped laughing. I must warn you if you're not a fan of the Clerks movies this might not be your thing. They do a lot of pop culture references through out there comic book world that they have built. Hell I'm sure I missed a few references from time to time myself.

From being to end this movie had me rolling on the floor. Is it because I like poop and fart jokes I don't know. Was it the off color sex jokes well maybe. None the less I had fun and that is all that matters. If your not a fan I still say check this out you will know I the first 10 minutes if this is for you or not.

5 Bloody Brains out of 5!

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Brothers become legends.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
2014 | Color | 101 Minutes | 2.35.1 | PG-13 | Action | Dolby Digital | Paramount Pictures

Director: Jonathan Liebesman

Writers: Josh Appelbaum

Megan Fox
Will Arnett
William Fichtner

Darkness has settled over New York City as Shredder and his evil Foot Clan have an iron grip on everything from the police to the politicians. The future is grim until four unlikely outcast brothers rise from the sewers and discover their destiny as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The Turtles must work with fearless reporter April O'Neil and her cameraman Vern Fenwick to save the city and unravel Shredder's diabolical plan.

So not sure where to start with this. I wanted to love this movie. I was a fan of the cartoon's and the first two movies. When the trailers hit early this year I was not sure how I felt about the new look of the turtles. A few minutes in the look of them was not the problem in fact they come off pretty cool. The plot on the other hand was horrific. 

I feel like the plot is so all over the place within the first 20 minutes. They cram everything at you just to get into the action. Now the action scenes are fun at times and hard to watch the other times.For example the final battle is over the top CG that moves way to fast that this guy could not keep up. It is also the main reason I do not like the Transformers movies. You're never too sure where to watch or what you're seeing. And it was not just me my 6 year old struggled as well.

Overall I did not hate it but sure did not love it! It's worth a look when it hits cable or gets over played on Nickelodeon. I must admit that I had Vanilla Ice looping in my head Go Ninja Go Ninja Go... But this was surely not the way I wanted to kick off my I'm on vacation and plan to get caught up on a lot of movies before the end of the year! On the bright side it can't get any worse than this.

3 Bloody Brains out of 5

Back when you had to beat it before you could eat it...


Olive Films is set to bring us Caveman on BluRay this February. I could not get enough of this as a child. I do wonder if it will hold up over time.

The Beatles’ Ringo Starr is Atouk, the caveman of the title. As the leader of a rag-tag group of cavemen considered inferior by a larger group of cavemen, Atouk has his work cut out for him when he sets his sights on the beautiful Lana (Barbara Bach). Trouble is … Lana belongs to Tonda (John Matuszak) the leader of the “superior” cavemen. Undeterred, Atouk sets out to win Lana’s hand while being pursued by the caveman-crazy Tala (Shelley Long) and fending off some very hungry dinosaurs.

Caveman is directed by Carl Gottlieb (screenwriter Jaws).

Release Date: February 17, 2015
Rated: PG
Runtime: 91 minutes
Year Filmed: 1981

Saturday, December 27, 2014

Spooky Buddies

Just saw that has this for $5.24. I'm not a huge fan of the Buddies franchise, but this movie is fun. And its a Halloween movie dirt cheap! so why not!!

They hear him! They feel him! But they can't stop him!

The Invisible Man Returns
1940 | B&W | 81 Minutes | 1.37.1 | UR | Horror | 3Channel Stereo | Universal

Director: Joe May

H.G. Wells (characters) 
Joe May (story),

Cedric Hardwicke
Vincent Price
Nan Grey

Geoffrey Radcliffe, the wealthy owner of a coal mining operation, is running out of time. In two hours, he is set to be executed for the murder of his brother, a murder he did not commit. His fiancée, Helen Manson, is frantic. Geoffrey's cousin, Richard Cobb, tells her that he has done everything he can. Geoffrey's only hope is his friend, Dr. Frank Griffin. Griffin's late brother once discovered a secret drug that makes a human being invisible. The only trouble is, it also turns its subject mad. But now Geoffrey, Helen and Dr. Griffin have no other choice. Griffin visits Geoffrey at the prison and administers the drug. Soon Geoffrey, made invisible, is able to escape. As the wily Inspector Sampson of Scotland Yard searches for the escaped convict, Griffin frantically searches for an antidote and Geoffrey frantically searches for the real killer. Time is short. Geoffrey is slowly but surely going insane.

Did you know that this is Vincent Price's first horror film, 13 years before House of Wax (1953) typecast him in the genre. He also provided the voice of the Invisble Man in Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948).

From Svengoolie's blog:

This is a pretty good entry in the Universal “Invisible” series- boasting some distinguished stars like Price and Sir Cedric Hardwicke- as well as nicely-pulled-off special effects for the era. We’ll give you behind the scenes info, and point out an inconsistency or two. This is truly a fun show to wind up our 2014!

“Invisible Man Returns” shows up (oh, lord) tonight on MeTV at 10 pm eastern/pacific, 9 central, or, check local listings. Chicago viewers get one more look at the phone fun fright “I Saw What You Did” on our sister station, WCIU, at 11 am.

Speaking of returns- our good friends Steve and Johnnie have returned to WGN radio to do some fill-in during the holiday season- and have kindly invited me to visit with them! So- I’ll drop by 720 AM on Monday at a little after 1 pm to spend some times with my good friends- and I hope you’ll listen in! I’m guessing, if you miss it, it’ll be available as a podcast as well.

Learn the Price of invisibility tonight- as we wrap up our 2014 series of Sven shows!

Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Deth Saga Continues in High Definition!

Trancers II
1991 | Color | 85 Minutes | 1.37.1 | R | Sci-Fi | 5.1 SS | Full Moon Features

Director: Charles Band

Writers: Jackson Barr

Tim Thomerson
Helen Hunt
Megan Ward

Full Moon has just released Trancers 2 in high definition glory.

Los Angeles, 1991. It's been six years since Jack Deth wiped out the last of the Trancers - those zombie-like creatures whose mission is murder. Jack has rebuilt his life in the present with his new wife Lena. He's also got a new job in commodities dealing with his old buddy, Hap Ashby, an ex-baseball hero. Now Jack's got a strange feeling in his gut - the kind you get when Trancers are around. Jack's sixth sense proves him right when he discovers a Trancer at Hap's place, ready to go in for the kill. But Jack hasn't lost his touch, and in a flash he eliminates the first of many Trancers to come. If that's not enough, Jack learns that another special agent, Alice Stillwell, has been sent back "down the line" to the present to help fight the new wave of Trancers. Problem is, she's Jack's former wife, whom he thought dead, and she's lost somewhere in Los Angeles. So Jack's vacation is over. He's back to his Trancer-hunting ways and must find and destroy the source of the new killer-zombies. They are actually led by Dr. Wardo, the brother of Whistler whom Jack killed five years ago. He must also find the missing Alice and decide whether to go back "up the line" with her, or stay in the present with Lena. Get ready for the ride of your life. TRANCERS's the sequel that makes history.

Remastered in high definition with brand new special features:
-Audio commentary by Tim Thomerson, Megan Ward, and Charles Band
-Original VideoZone making-of featurette
-Rare blooper reel
-Rare photo gallery
-5.1 surround sound

Sometimes sequels are a complete miss this one stays on target. If your a fan of the first one this is a must see. After that it gets a Little out there. You can only pick it up at

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.

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

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 – 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 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 which 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 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 are 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 rotting 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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