And Now the Screaming Starts shows the late Monster Screaming Loony Party candidate Screaming Lord Sutch some much deserved love (with added musical Youtubery).
Remember those lovable second rate Jerry Lewis & Dean Martin imersenators featured, along side Bela Lugosi, in the Poverty Row horror comedy "Bela Lugosi Meets a Brooklyn Gorilla"? They were, by name, Sammy Petrillo and Duke Mitchell and, as unlikely as it would have seemed, they're also the stars of the premiere issue of Love & Rockets: New Stories #1! Find out how, if not why, at io9.
(go here if you'd like to check outsome comics starring the real Jerry Lewis)
Two-Headed Brain Trust Injects Fear Into Fringe at The Underwire.
kindertrauma sees "The Unseen".
"It's in the Trees...It's coming!" 13: Music From the Monster Movies examines Night of the Demon!
The Galaxy Express on Dark City.
Love Train for the Tenebrous Empire unspooled Paul Nachy's 2004 flick Rojo Sangre.
Hairy Green Eyeball caught up with the first Re-Animator flick.
The Last Blog on the Left rounds up the week's best horror news.
The Horrors of it All offers another vintage horror comic tale - "He Who Laughs Last"
The week's Monster Power Ranking at Monsterfest (Ghostbusters III leads the pack)
Stuart Galbraith IV reviews Cinematic Titanic's deconstruction of The Wasp Woman at DVDTalk.