Showing posts from August, 2017

Happy Frankenstein Day

No only is it Mary Shelly's Birthday but I received the best email today, you know that email that says getting ready for the 2017 Countdown to Halloween!! Badges and info to come later this week.

Tobe Hooper

In honor to one of my all time favorite directors Tobe Hooper I bring you his hit music video for Billy Idols "Dancing With Myself". RIP Tobe you will be missed and thanks a bunch for scaring the shit out of me for years now!

Edgar Allan Poe's dramatic story of the horrors of Paris

Murders In The Rue Morgue
1932 | B&W | 1 Hr 01 Min | Horror | NR | 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.

Holy S*%t...

...the world is getting a new Hatchet movie!! Dark Sky Films and Hatchet director Adam Green have pulled a fast one on lucky fans celebrating the film’s 10 year anniversary tonight at Hollywood’s ArcLight Cinema with a screening of Hatchet 4. Green as been secretly working on this movie for the past two years. Fans of the series rejoice Victor Crowley is back.

Per EW, who were first to break the news, “Victor Crowley” again stars Kane Hodder in the title role of the Louisiana swamp-dwelling killer. The story takes place ten years after the events of “Hatchet III”, and costars “Hatchet” franchise veteran Parry Shen (“Better Luck Tomorrow”) as well as Laura Ortiz (2006’s “The Hills Have Eyes”), Dave Sheridan (“Scary Movie”), and Brian Quinn (truTV’s “Impractical Jokers”). The movie is written and directed by Green.
Hatchet 4 will have a limited theater run this October.

You may not get the happy ending you were looking for.

2016 | Color | 1 Hr 35 Min | Horror | R | Pounds (LBL)

Director: Sevé Schelenz

Writers: Lisa DeVita

Wren Walker
Caz Odin Darko
Madison J. Loos

A small town strip club owner named Blue Jean must defend her bar, her strippers and her life when several patrons become increasingly violent and wreak havoc on the final closing night.

Oh boy, not another low budget Strip Club Zombie Movie! But hold on wait a minute do not stop reading just yet! Why, well hell Peelers is one of those crazy ass rides you will be glad you jumped onto. The follow up to Sevé Schelenz's cult movie Skew (Currently on Amazon Prime) brings us Zombie's, Beer, and Boob's and what more can a guy ask for? 

You'll Never Walk Alone

Today is a special Music Monday after listing to this yesterday I still shed a tear. Every year the MDA Telethon was closed out by Jerry Lewis singing "You'll Never Walk Alone". This song still stands true.

Jerry Lewis I will Miss You!

Some love him, some love to hate him but the man changed my life and for me, he will be missed. I always sit and think would I be who I am if it was not for Jerry Lewis and his Labor Day Telethon to raise money with one goal to find a cure for over 40 neuromuscular diseases. If it was not for the telethon that my dad so carefully put together locally every year would I still have done something so important in my life as MDA Camp? My heart my soul my life and the way I live it every day stems from what this man has done for the world.  Jerry Lewis opened the doors to a world that I can not imagine not being a part of.

For many Lewis will be remembered for his film and comedian career for me he gave my life a path that after 40 plus years I still follow to this day.

Every labor day even when our local telethon was already in full swing I would still find a TV set tuned into the main feed just to hear his opening monolog listing for the words "We found a cure" and every year …

Rocky Horror turns 42 today

A low-budget homage to the kitschy charms of B-grade sci-fi and horror movies premieres in London on this day in 1975 and will have its US debut a month later, but it won't make much of a splash either critically or commercially at first. Nevertheless, 'The Rocky Horror Picture Show" won't remain obscure for long, becoming a cult classic and midnight-movie mainstay and a Halloween staple to this day! Happy 42 Birthday Brad and Janet.

Scare's Coming Soon

It's been a while since I have done one of these so here are my Top Five horror movies that I can not wait to see this Fall! First off a little retelling if you will...

Puppet Master The Littlest Reich

I'm ok with retelling a story with a new and modern twist and a different studio behind could make the franchise feel good again. So yeah I can not wait to see this one. I will admit not so sure I like the new puppets so only time will tell.
The Cult of Chucky

Chucky returns after the events of Curse of Chucky to continue terrorizing his wheelchair-bound victim, Nica. Meanwhile, the killer doll has some scores to settle with his old enemies, with the help of his former wife. Chucky never grows old, and with them taking more of a serious turn this looks to be a fantastic and twisted joy ride.

So really how is not looking forward to this one? 

Puppet Master Axis of Evil

Am a huge Puppet Master fan and with this being the final chapter of the Axis Saga - which began with Axis …

Dementia 13 Remake News

When it comes to horror movies that beloved horror host's use often it would have to be Night of the Living Dead and Francis Ford Coppola’s Dementia 13. It's is a wonderful telling of a ghost story. In DEMENTIA 13, a vengeful ghost, a mysterious killer and a family brimming with secrets converge in one night of terror! Chiller Films have announced that Richard LeMay’s will be retelling Dementia 13 and it is set to hit theatres this October 6th and then on Digital HD this October 10th. The image above is the only one I can find so far Its like Chiller is really out to tease us slowly. Dementia 13 has always been a Halloween staple for me it was a very well done movie, and Dark Ride was great, so maybe we will get a fun little remake here. As soon as the trailer hits the interweb I will post it here.

For The First Time

Ok so I am not the biggest Country Music fan, in fact, I much rather skip hearing it. On the other hand, this guy is a huge Hootie and the Blowfish fan so when Darius Ricker's new song popped up on my feeds I gave it a spin. And guess what I love it! In fact, at some point, I will check out the whole album. In the mean time here is For the First Time....

Happy Monday everybody.

Happiest Place on Earth...Horizon Camp

Ok, so I have not had much time write about camp but let's just say this year was fantastic. Steve and I had a blast. All through the heat kept us indoors in the after noon we sure kept our self's busy.

His body is an empty shell that hides a lustful fiend!

Curse Of The Undead
21959 | B&W | 1 Hr 19 Min | Horror/Western | NA | Universal 
Director: Edward Dein

Writers:  Edward Dein Mildred Dein

Stars: Eric Fleming Michael Pate Kathleen Crowley
The cinema's first vampire Western! Young women in a small Western town are dying one by one of an unknown malady involving massive blood loss. The Carter family's ranch is being terrorized by ruthless land baron Buffer. And a mysterious black-clad gunfighter with an aversion to sunlight has just arrived in town.
Wait, what? A Horror Western and I have not seen this before? Oh man, I can not wait to sink my teeth into this bad boy. How did I not know about this, I'm pretty excited Am not going to lie.  Curse of the Undead shows up tonight on MeTV at 10 pm eastern/pacific, 9 central, or check your local listings for time and channel where you are (you can also find that out at ). Our Chicago viewers can get another look at “Calling Dr. Death” at 11 am on WCIU, the U.

Welcome to the secret world inside your phone.

Emoji Movie
2017 | Color | 1 Hr 26 Min | Animation | PG | Columbia Pictures

Director: Tony Leondis

Writers:  Tony Leondis  Eric Siegel

Stars:  T.J. Miller  James Corden Anna Faris

The Emoji Movie unlocks the never-before-seen secret world inside your smartphone. Hidden within the messaging app is Textopolis, a bustling city where all your favorite emojis live, hoping to be selected by the phone's user. In this world, each emoji has only one facial expression - except for Gene, an exuberant emoji who was born without a filter and is bursting with multiple expressions. Determined to become "normal" like the other emojis, Gene enlists the help of his handy best friend Hi-5 and the notorious code breaker emoji Jailbreak. Together, they embark on an epic "app-venture" through the apps on the phone, each its own wild and fun world, to find the Code that will fix Gene. But when a greater danger threatens the phone, the fate of all emojis depends on these three unlikely …

Time keeps on Tickin

Wow July came and went fast what a crazy month!! I have so much to talk about that am hoping to find some time tomorrow! I also plan to sit with Steve and help him learn the in's and out's of Blogger. Until then enjoy this little ditty.

Oh and an Emoji Movie review!!