Casper, the Friendly Ghost! at the Give-A-Show Blog
io9's 5 Things You Need To Know About Twilight plus Play With Your Own Bruce Campbell
New Reviews at Monster Librarian
Horror Hacker's Horror Power Ranking
SciFi Scanner's SciFi Power Ranking
Some vintage Dennison Diecut Witches at Sexy Witch
New Poll Reveals Difference Between Casual and Hardcore Horror Fans @ Vault of Horror
Unspeakable Horror recommends a terrific Horror themed episode of To the Best of Our Knowledge
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Model Alison Parker (Cristina Raines) gets a great deal on a Brooklyn, N.Y., apartment -- but there's just one catch: It's also the gateway to Hell, and she's on the invite list. Universal's answer to The Exorcist features special makeup effects by Dick Smith and a stellar supporting cast: Chris Sarandon, Burgess Meredith, Jose Ferrer, Sylvia Miles, John Carradine, Christopher Walken, Jeff Goldblum, Ava Gardner and Tom Berenger.
When Diana (Danielle De Luca) takes a job as a stripper in a sleepy New Mexico town, she's unaware that her fellow dancers have been disappearing. The local sheriff (Joe Mantegna) is stumped, but Diana learns the truth when she becomes the next victim. Her abductor takes her into the desert, where he strips her and lets her go. Then, he begins to hunt Diana with a rifle through the wilderness as she flees, naked and terrified.
Frightmeister Wes Craven (A Nightmare on Elm Street) creates a new boogieman in Horace Pinker (Mitch Pileggi). All the electric chair does to Horace is turn him into a high-voltage phantom that haunts Jonathan (future director Peter Berg), the boyfriend of the girl he gruesomely murdered (there's also a psychic link between the two). Michael Murphy and Heather Langenkamp (of the original Nightmare on Elm Street) co-star.
Other good stuff...
Secret Fun Blog loves the new WHAM-O book
Thanksgiving projects, recipes, and fun links @ Super Punch
Lots more Thanksgiving (and Christmas) linkage over at Santas Working Overtime