Showing posts from December, 2017

The Best of 2017!

It's that time again man feels only like last year that we take a quick look at what was the best of 2017.

Best Movie Non Horror

I still think about this movie yet today and I watched it way back on January 5th. you can read that review here.

Best Short Story

Yep edging out Puppet Master Axis Termination my favorite low budget film studio Full Moon drove home two amazing shows this past year. Now if they would only make more!! Here is a look at Ravenwolf Towers. 

Yeah Why did I like it:

Yeah, it is odd but I did not hate the Emoji Movie so now you know just what kind of blog this is. (Here is the Review)

The movie worth the Revisit

Yep, Rockula from 1990's and it is getting a Blu-Ray release this year! This was the most fun I have had watching a movie in a long long time! (Click Here)

Best Horror Flick I watched this year:

Man, this was a ton of fun sure it came out late 2016 but it was not easy to find! Check out the review here.


Sure it was the weakest of the s…

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel 
2017 | Color | 1Hr 8 Eps | Comedy | TV-MA | Amazon
Amy Sherman-Palladino

Rachel Brosnahan
Alex Borstein Tony Shalhoub
In 1958 New York, Midge Maisel's life is on track- husband, kids, and elegant Yom Kippur dinners in their Upper West Side apartment. But when her life takes a surprise turn, she has to quickly decide what else she's good at - and going from housewife to stand-up comic is a wild choice for everyone but her. The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is written and directed by Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore Girls).

Oh boy, am in trouble here. See I watched the pilot episode earlier this year (I think) and voted for more, the pilot left me begging Amazon to pick this series up. And over on Rotten Tomatoes, it has this whole 95% fresh thing going on. So I would ask them the Tomatoes did you watch all 8 episodes? Because if you did am pretty sure you would not feel the same way, how do I really feel well read on shall you?

Man, the first 3 …

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

Wow, gang Christmas has come and gone, we lost, even more, celebrities and the New Year is upon us. I for one can not wait for 2018 in hopes that it turns into a better year. I did not have a bad 2017 just disappointing one I feel like I was sick most of the year. In fact, I got sick again on Christmas Eve and have spent my vacation on the couch.

I definitely had a fun Christmas and a white one at that but I can not lie I look forward to the days we can sleep in just a little bit that morning I love my youngest but getting up at 5 AM to start a long day makes for well a long day. I received some pretty cool gifts like a Tony Romo bubble head and the Friday the 13th video game but the best surprise came from the mind of that little 9year old. She is such a smart kid after I poured hours upon hours playing Stardew Valley she was smart enough to ask her mom to take to the internet looking for merchandise for the game. The end result was a kick-ass shirt that I did not see coming in a mil…

Merry Creepmas Everyone!


Killing Floor: Krampus

Video games rejoices if you own Killing Floor 2 your are in tiled to a free add-on Krampus Christmas and it looks insane! Get your Creepmas on the free seasonal update for sci-fi horror shooter killing floor is available today and promises a holiday season soaked in blood and buried in bodies courtesy of Krampus and his merry monsters.

The Krampus Christmas Seasonal Update is part of developer Tripwire Interactive's continuing commitment to provide free content and events post-launch to the KILLING FLOOR 2 community. Highlights of the update include:
Pay Krampus’ cozy lair a visit in this new Holdout map and collect five new achievements [one on Xbox].

Meet Krampus himself and his merry gang of elves and monsters. Previously teased in a developer update, Krampus will return as a new and permanent addition to KILLING FLOOR 2’s growing zed army – and will be known as the “Abomination.”

Freeze Throw…

Silent Night


Creepmas Short Flick!

** Warning Humbug is not for small ears or if you are at work **

When her neighbor refuses to get into the Christmas spirit, a jolly citizen takes matters into her own hands.

Gremlins Recall is one heck of a fan-made film! From French New Wolf & Whitelist in association with Mindseye, Gremlins: Recall stars Katherine Rodriguez, Randy Irwin, Sarah Lilly and Robert Wood. It was produced by Nash Cubero, Rich Salamone, and Sarah Lilly with executive producer Jerad Anderson. Isaac Bauman served as cinematographer with Collin Davis. Eric Fox handled creature effects.

This has the look and feels of a big budget direct to video it is pretty amazing.


You can also download the soundtrack here.

Egypt's ancient loves live again in evil!

The Mummy's Curse
1944 | B&W | 1Hour | Horror | UR | Universal

Director: Leslie Goodwins

Writers:  Bernard Schubert  Leon Abrams

Stars:  Lon Chaney Jr. Peter Coe Virginia Christine 
Draing of a bayou swamp area in Louisiana is halted when superstitious Cajun workmen learn one of their crew has been mysteriously murdered. They whisper fantastic tales about mummies being buried in the area. Pat Walsh, boss on the project is annoyed at their fear and furthered angered when Dr. James Halsey of the Scripps Museum, and his associate, Dr. Ilzor Zandaab arrive to search for the mummies of Kharis and Princess Ananka believed buried in the swamp. Walsh's niece and secretary, Betty shows interest in both the story and Halsey. Bulldozers unknowingly uncover the mummies, and that night Dr. Zandaab secretly meets Ragheb, a workman, who takes the scientist to a hidden monastery. There, Kharis lies in a sarcophagus. Zandaab is actually an Egyptian priest and Ragheb is servant. Zandaab reviv…

Better Watch Out its Creepmas!

Creepmas has really caught on in the past few years we have seen more and more Christmas slasher themed movies than ever before. Here is a short list of yuletide magic for you to seek out.

Better Watch Out has set the indie world on fire this year. When you think the suburbs, you think safety, but this holiday night the suburbs are anything but safe. Ashley (Olivia DeJonge) thought this babysitting job was going to be an easy night, but the night takes a turn when dangerous intruders break in and terrorize her and the twelve-year-old boy, Luke (Levi Miller), she's caring for. Ashley defends her charge to the best of her ability only to discover this is no normal home invasion.

You can currently stream Better watch out on must streaming rental sites like Google Play or Vudu. The Blu-Ray hits the shelves next week.

You can bet your stockings that this is on my Christmas list.

Lionsgate is also getting into the spirit on the 12th with Once Upon A Time At Christmas. 
Meet Santa and M…

Rare Car found in the Illinois Valley

It's not every day when you open your news feeds and the big story is happing in your backyard. It seems hidden away for more than fifty years was an old and rare Marmon from 1927. Here is snip-it from the story,

The La Salle News-Tribune reports that the ninety-year-old car has spent the last five decades tucked away in a garage in rural Illinois, owned by a Marmon enthusiast named Kent Cherpeske. When he passed away in April, his brother began sorting through his things and discovered the two-door model and an incomplete four-door model in a back garage on the family's property. He contacted a mechanic friend to inquire about fixing them up and selling them, and the mechanic recognized the rare cars and got in touch with the Marmon Club to find a proper buyer.

On Tuesday, Cherpeske's brother and a friend towed the two-door Marmon out of its fifty-year resting place, bringing it out into the sun for the first time since John F. Kennedy was president. It hasn't aged to…

Sad Day

Hard to celebrate Creepmas when today we remember Peral Harbor. It just seems so odd that we are inching closer and closer to a war that nobody can win. I think for the first time since the 80's I actually wonder about nuclear war and how it will affect us. I still pray that we do not see that day.

To the brave that fought and lost their lives I salute you.

That Sinterklass!

St. Nicolas Day,

In Belgium, they celebrate Sinterklaas on the morning of the 6 December. In the days leading up to December 6th just after Saint Nicholas will arrive by steamboat around mid-November, young children put their shoes in front of the chimneys and sing Sinterklaas songs. Often they put a carrot or some hay in their shoes, as a gift to St. Nicholas' horse. In recent years the horse has been named Schimmel. 

The next morning children would find a small present in their shoes, ranging from sweets to marbles or some other small toy. Just like Santa Claus, all children receive gifts without distinction. This is often done by placing a bag filled with presents outside the house or living room, after which a neighbor or parent bangs on the door or window, pretending to be Sinterklaas' assistant. Or you could hire or ask someone to dress up as Sinterklaas and deliver the presents personally. 

Sinterklaas wears a bishop's robes including a red cape and mitre (bishops h…

The Krampus

Happy Krampus creeps!

In folklore, Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as "half-goat, half-demon", who, during the Christmas season, punishes children who have misbehaved, in contrast with Saint Nicholas, who rewards the well-behaved with gifts. Krampus is one of the companions of Saint Nicholas in several countries including Austria, Bavaria, and parts of Northern Italy to name a few. The origin of the figure is unclear; some folklorists and anthropologists have postulated its pre-Christian origin.

In traditional parades and in such events as the Krampuslauf, young men dressed as Krampus participate; such events occur annually in most Alpine towns. Krampus is featured on holiday greeting cards called Krampuskarten.

In the aftermath of the 1923 election in Austria, the Krampus tradition was prohibited by the Dollfuss regime under the Fatherland's Front and the Christian Social Party. In the 1950s, the government distributed pamphlets titled "Kramp…

It'll turn your blood to ice-water!

The Frozen Ghost
1945 | B&W | 1Hr 1 Min | Horror | UR | Universal

Director: Harold Young

Writers:  Bernard Schubert  Luci Ward

Stars:  Lon Chaney Jr. Evelyn Ankers Milburn Stone  Elena Verdugo

Get all cozy by the fire, flick on your Creepmas Tree, and crack open a bottle of two-buck chuck its Svengoolie time! Nothing say's Creepmas classic like Lon Chaney Jr and a little Inner Sanctum Mystery in The Frozen Ghost.
Stage mentalist Gregor the Great becomes enraged when a drunken audience member belittles his act. When the man dies suddenly, Gregor convinces himself that his hypnotic powers are to blame. Guilt-ridden, he retires from performing to Valerie Monet's wax museum. He becomes increasingly stressed when he is pursued romantically by Valerie, her niece, and his former stage assistant, Maura Daniel. When Valerie mysteriously disappears, it is apparent that sinister forces are at work in the museum.

“The Frozen Ghost” starts tonight on MeTV at 8pm eastern/Pacific, 7 centra…