Friday, November 2, 2007

Missing the 70s? Get a load of this

Fortunately for me I was only three years old in 1977. But I can still recall the fashion disasters (not to mention the accompanying music) of that period. Now, at a safe distance, we can all look back and laugh. I'm sure you'll agree. Looking for a stretch terry jumpsuit and lots of chest hair? Here you go.

But don't say I didn't warn you.

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Last chance for SPOOKY MOVIE NIGHT

Yea, That's right. You with the face. Yes, you. and your friend. Tonight is our last chance for totally spooky crazy funny weird Secret Movie Night action. next week we resume our regular programming. more on that later.


tell your dad. tell your friends. round up a few zombies, aliens and werwolves and join us.

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Sunday, October 28, 2007

Funniest Horror Movies

Because I just love to make lists myself and I love funny horror movies, I couldn't resist Cinematical's Funniest Horror Movies of all time. A few personal favorites, Sean of the Dead, Army of Darkness and Black Sheep(well, sort of) made the list.
Reminds me of so many other great bad movies that I need to rent. Enjoy!

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

LET'S GO FOR A SWIM



Just taking a little stroll through monster movieland over at Monster Island News, a great blog about upcoming monster-ish feature films and classics like Alien, House of Wax, Godzilla and then some.

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SPOOKY MOVIE NIGHT: The Final Chapter

Just a quick reminder. В  В Our five weeks of spooky video goodness concludes Tuesday, October 30.В  В Special early start time: 7:30pm.


at least 2 hours of halloween video shorts.

wear a costume.

bring your friends.В 

bring snacks to share.

Halloween afterpartyВ  at the Old Northender.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Perfecting my own race of atomic supermen

What can i say that hasn't already been said about the "brilliance" of Ed Wood films. Besides an assortment of Bela Lugosi and Criswell clips (most of which made no sense at all) we enjoyed ourselves some Bride of the Monster, one of Ed Wood's masterpieces perhaps forever immortalized by Tim Burton's own work of genius, "Ed Wood". But it's hard to top Bela Lugosi playing a mad scientist attempting to harness atomic energy to create his own race of atomic beings in order to rule the world. Of course, this never transpires and we merely witness lots of bad sets, poor acting and lurking about by his large bald henchman Lobo, played by Swedish wrestler Tor Johnson. That's Ed Wood for you. And it wouldn't be complete without stock footage of an underwater octopus matched up (with no attention paid to continuity whatsoever) to shots of the actors writhing about in a foot-deep pool of water with an obviously fake rubber octopus prop.


Best of all, it ends with a bold of lightning and a "Big Explosion!"

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Tuesday, October 23, 2007

A little Plan 9 remix action

Ed Wood's classic, "Plan 9 From Outer Space", as remixed with Deltron 3030.
Think of it as a hint of things to come.

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