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Tag Archives: horror
When there are no more carbs left in your diet, the Bread shall walk the Earth!
Have you been nice?
For kids who grew up in a certain era, this photo is probably more familiar than anything Diane Arbus or Ansel Adams may have shot.
No video today. We are going to do something a little different and return to those thrilling days of yesteryear. Follow me as we enter the theater of the mind with a vintage radio drama! I first heard about this … Continue reading
It certainly wouldn’t be Halloween without a cake to celebrate the occasion! This spider topped beauty is giving me a case of Halloween-orexia! It has all of the necessary components of horror – a jack-o-lantern face, a dismembered arachnid, and … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to include George A Romero’s 1968 classic because it is too much of an obvious choice. Because of the spate of zombie movies, comedies, remakes and particularly due to the success of The Walking Dead television series, … Continue reading
This was sort of a forbidden fruit for kids growing up in the early 1970s.
I wish I could summon the late, great John Williams to do my intros like the one below which was a staple of UHF television and has stuck in my head for years. …but I digress. Imagine John Williams saying … Continue reading
Welcome, dear readers, to another edition of Step Away From The Pastry Bag: The Disney Pixar Edition!
Last week I looked at the legendarily bad Plan 9 From Outer Space and the sadly forgotten Invisible Invaders both of which are forerunners to the modern zombie genre that George Romero kicked off with his classic Night of the … Continue reading
Mrs. Crankipants here, with another installment of Step Away From The Pastry Bag! As much as I would hate to beat a dead horse, our friend Flicka in the photo above, looks as dead as Britney Spear’s career. I’m sure … Continue reading
This one is for frequent visitor and commenter JT who mentioned this cinematic marvel in the comments section of my last Dawn of the Home Video Revolution post. As luck would have it, Kingdom of the Spiders is one of … Continue reading