Friday, September 26, 2008

Friday morning stuff

The Classic Tales Podcast has released Part 2 of The Canterville Ghost

Comicmix interviews podcaster extraordinaire Steve Wilson of Prometheus Radio Theatre

Halloween was once a romantic occasion where lovers used various methods of arcane divination to forecast their love life. A Victorian Halloween examines one of these once popular pastimes, the fine art of Crystal Gazing.

Ain't it Cool's Moriarty's Fantastic Fest Mega Post Part One

New reviews @ Teleport City

The Witches
The College Girl Murders
Murder in the Museum
The Fellowship of the Frog
Strangler of the Swamp
Strangler of Blackmoor Castle

Dave Sindelar reviews Misterios de la magia negra (1958) aka Mysteries of Black Magic, Return from the Beyond

Omega Man has posted the MGM-HD genre sked for October. A frequent flick, the Curse of the Faceless Man, is wonderfully ludercrous.

Have you gotten your tickets yet?
(or at least checked out these creepy fright sites?)

The Horrors of it All presents Two Frightened People

Fears of the Dark - Trailer | Official Site
FEAR(S) OF THE DARK is a wildly inventive and visually dazzling collection of fearful tales by six of the world's most renowned comic and graphic artists - Blutch, Charles Burns, Marie Caillou, Pierre Di Sciullo, Lorenzo Mattotti, and Richard McGuire. From a besotted student whose girlfriend is weirdly ardent in her affections, to a Japanese schoolgirl menaced by a long-dead samurai, and a pack of hounds on a bloodthirsty rampage, FEAR(S) has a story strand to trouble every sleep - not to mention a stunning range of animation styles. Shot in shimmering black and white, the six intertwined tales create an unprecedented epic where phobias and nightmares come to life and reveal Fear at its most naked and intense.
Scooby Doo & the Goblin King Mini Soundtrack @ Universal Monster sounds