Showing posts from February, 2016

Friday The 13th Game News

So I have been following the  news about the Friday The 13Th game coming this October and its starting to shape up. But today a new video was released showing Kane Hodder playing Jason! So here is a quick look you know I will keep you posted on this one!!

Kane Returns as Jason Voorhees! Go behind the scenes at Digital Domain on the set of the motion capture shoot for Friday the 13th: The Game to witness what it takes to build a title like this. The Friday the 13th team is excited to pull back the curtains and show off every phase of development that we can. See kills designed by Tom Savini being performed by Kane, including the infamous "Sleeping Bag Kill" from Part VII!

Did you hear that score by the way wow! We have been doing a lot of video gaming lately so I hope to write about them a little more this year. I can not believe that February is over already!!

The Monster Channel!

There baaaaaaack!! This could be the most exciting news in forever when it comes to classic horror! After a long (for me) 2 year hiatus the Monster Channel will be making its long-awaited return on more platforms than ever before.

"The Monster Channel debuted in March of 2010 as a 3-day online event celebrating “100 Years of Monster Movies”. We ran a marathon of horror films intercut with live introductions from horror hosts from all over the country, including cameos by Elvira, George Romero and Troma’s own Lloyd Kaufman.

"It was such a smash that we continued it as a double feature on Fridays called “Monstercasts”, until we launched The Monster Channel in January of 2011. The Monster Channel ran for two years before our tech partners decided to change industries in 2013, leaving us with no infrastructure to deliver our content.

"After two years of dormancy, we have finally linked with partners who are helping us not only with infrastru…

A little wine with your Spaghetti?

Texas, Adios!
1966 | Color | 90 min | 2.35.1 | R | Mono | Western | Euro International Film

Directed by: Ferdinando Baldi

Cole Kitosch  Franco Nero  Elisa Montes

Nero, the sheriff of a border town, heads for Mexico to settle an old score: as a boy, he has witnessed how his father was killed by a Mexican. In his quest for revenge, he is accompanied by his younger brother. The man they’re looking for has become a local tyrant, but the plot thickens when he turns out to be the younger brother’s father as well. While the younger brother is locked up by his father, Nero is escorted back to where he came from, but at the border, his escort is attacked by a lawyer-turned-revolutionary and his men, who are about to march against the oppressor ...

Wait the Italians made a spaghetti western in Italy about Mexico?  Oh hell yeah, time to grab a glass of White Zinfandel its pasta time!

It's my party and I will cry if I want to.

So I have been part of the House Party website for a few years now and decided to give it one more shot. Well, guess what I get to host an Oscar party. House Party will be sending out the box of goodies soon so watch this space for more. And I will be posting about the party when its over.

So that left me to wonder does the Oscars matter anymore? It seems every year it's more and more controversy that it seems to be worth. And the top movies are lame most of the time anyway. It seems anymore we tune in just to see what family movie wins.

I remember friends haveing big parties tons of food and drink and some years it was themed or we had to dress in a black tie. Being a movie buff, I find myself skipping out on the Oscars most years.

So who or what are you rooting for to win the big prizes? Do you want more info on House Party click on the link.

Vampire's Day Soiree: Subspecies Review

1991 | Color | 90 min | 1.85.1 | R | Mono | Horror | Full Moon Horror

Director: Ted Nicolaou

Writer:  Jackson Barr
Stars:  Angus Scrimm Anders Hove Irina Movila
The evil vampire villain Radu returns to his hometown Prejnar, after spending years in exile. He steals the precious blood stone which is said to be bleeding from all saints, from his father and kills him. Meanwhile, two American schoolgirls team up with a local girl for work on Romanian culture. Radu becomes attracted to them but runs into trouble when his brother Stephan helps the girls.

Ted Nicolaou direct's Charles Bands fan favorite Subspecies how did this Full Moon fan like it well let's take a look and see shall we?

Terror Lives Beyond the Door

AKA Beyond The Door 2
1977 | Color | 133 min | 1.85.1 | R | Mono | Horror | Laser Film

Mario Bava

Writer:  Francesco Barbieri

Stars:  Daria Nicolodi John Steiner David Colin Jr.
A couple is terrorized in their new house haunted by the vengeful ghost of the woman's former husband who possesses her young son.

So was Mario Bava's final film about a haunted house scary? Read on if you dare!

A powerful cast that will guarantee entertainment!

Murders in The Rue Morgue
1932 | B&W | 61 min | 1.37.1 | Unrated | Mono | Crime | Universal
Director:  Robert Florey

Writers:  Edgar Allan Poe (story) Robert Florey (adaptation)
Stars:  Bela Lugosi Sidney Fox Leon Ames
In 19th Century Paris, the maniacal Dr. Mirakle abducts young women and injects them with ape blood in an attempt to prove ape-human kinship. He constantly meets failure as the abducted women die. Medical student Pierre Dupin discovers what Mirakle is doing too late to prevent the abduction of his girlfriend Camille. Now he desperately tries to enlist the help of the police to get her back.
Wow with a run time of an hour you can bet we will get a few extra fun things this week! I have never seen this movie so I may have to check it out. 
Have a good week end folks!


Sit down this is no time for Tetris and turn of the shiny new Michael Jackson Thriller CD and break out your crushed velvet warm up suit its time to fire up that new Mac hop on the Twitter and watch some great movies for this year 5 Annual F This Movie Fest!!

This is the greatest thing to happen to February since the Puppy Bowl when a group of movie fans just like you and me use the hashtag #Fthismoviefest and blow up twitter it is such a blast!

And with a killer line up including The Last Star Fighter, Indian Jones and the Temple of Doom, Night of the Comet, Streets of Fire, and the creme a la creme the king of 1984 Ghostbusters to finish out the night.

All you need to take part in this zany madness is simple first the movies. VHS, Laser Disk, DVD, Blu-Ray it does not matter even if you are streaming it! (I only have streets of fire on VHS so talk about a complete throwback) You will also need a twitter account so you can follow along. To put in your commentary, all you do is use th…

I Have Gone Insane

Ok, so I did it I signed up once again for the A to Z challenge. I really enjoyed doing it last year and look forward to it again this year. A few ideas are swimming around in my head and I'm pretty sure we have to reveal our theme at the end of this month.

I also did something new this week I joined the bandwagon of Binge watching. Yeah, yeah I'm a few years behind on this kind of thing. But anyway it was for the show My Diet Is Better than Yours. Really does a TV show other than Baseball or Hockey catch my attention but I could not sleep and I was looking for something to bore me when I stumbled onto this. Unfortunately, it did the opposite keeping me awake as I breezed through the first 3 shows of a short 8 show season. The idea for the show is that star experts will coach overweight Americans on how to lose weight on their unique diet and fitness plans. Hosted by Shaun T, and featuring celebrity trainers including Abel James, Dawn Jackson Blatner, Carolyn Barnes, Jovanka …