Friday, September 19, 2008

Thank Gozer it's Friday stuff!

Samuel L. Jackson, M. Night Shyamalan On The 'Unbreakable' Sequel That Never Was, But Might Be @ MTV via Attentiondeficitdisorderly Too Flat

13: Looks at and listens to The Robot Vs the Aztec Mummy.

Black Hole reviews the seriously off kilter Czech fantasy flick Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

Dave Sindelar reviews Let's Kill Uncle (1966)

The Classic Tales podcast presents Part One of The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde

Crosseyed Cyclops offers the 1982 Warren Film Fantasy Yearbook

Check out the Spirit of '76 Moviethon wherein the intrepid Doomed Movieblogger revisits that Bi-Centennial year in film from Mako: The Jaws Of Death and Drive-In Massacre through The Clown Murders and Embryo all the way to Land Of The Minotaur and Mansion of the Doomed!

DVD Stalk has a roundup of recent Horror DVD doings.

Sci Fi stocks 'Warehouse' drama (Variety)
Series stars Eddie McClintock and Joanne Kelly as Secret Service agents charged with procuring a huge, top-secret South Dakota storage facility full of supernatural artifacts and relics.
Cinema Fromage presents Midnight Muenster 14!

Hulu has added episode 15 of the late, lamented John Doe

The Manchester Morgue shares the soundtrack to the 1992 antholgy show Nightmare Cafe.

Mad (x4) Movies reviews The Dracula Saga.

Monster A Go-Go reports that the already despicable cinema haters who run AMC have gutted the one decent thing they still do on that channel (excepting the beutifully crafted but emotionally hollow Mad Men) by gutting Monsterfest. Now instead of 2 weeks of badly butchered genre flicks we get 8 days of the same under the monker of Fear Fest. Before Mad Men, Monsterfest was the only time of the year I even remotely entertained the notion of tuning in to AMC. How the mighty have fallen. One upon a time AMC and Bravo were the best thing about cable Tv, now they're both embarressments.

SFFaudio on the Forgotten Classics Podcast's recently completed reading of The Wonder Stick.

Sweet Skulls on Boris the Friendly (and Educational) Skeleton

Those Fabulous Fifties shares a Spencer Spook story.

Satellite News looks back at MST3K Episode 513- The Brain that Wouldn't Die

Arbogast on Film on Larry Fessenden's The Last Winter.

Deadgirl Trailer

At DVD Talk, Preston Jones reviews Brotherhood of the Wolf (Le pactes des loups): Director's Cut

Cinema Strikes Back reviews Last House on the Beach and Cannibal Terror.

Netflix Watch Instantly (w/membership)
Blood for Dracula
Paul Morrissey directs and Udo Kier stars (as the Count) in Andy Warhol's high-camp adaptation of the timeless Dracula tale. When the blood supply in Romania dries up, the ever-thirsty Dracula travels to Italy to feed himself. There, he meets the Marquis Dafoe (Vittorio de Sic), father of four luscious daughters. Dracula's plans are thwarted, though, when he learns that the handyman (Joe Dallesandro) has already tainted the vestal virgins.

Masters of Horror: Lucky McKee: Sick Girl
A bizarre bug tries to horn in on the fleshly action of a torrid lesbian tryst in this sensual and shocking thriller from writer-director Lucky McKee. A cryptic package from Brazil containing an unusual insect arrives on the doorstep of introvert entomologist Ida Teeter (Angela Bettis). When the creepy crawly bites Ida's new lover (Misty Mundae), the sapphic couple finds their erotic affair transformed into a gruesome ménage à trois.

New Guy
Gregg (Kelly Miller) is having a most unusual first day at the office. For starters, his cubicle is covered with Post-It notes, left by his predecessor who, Gregg discerns, did not depart on friendly terms. And the new guy's largely idle co-workers haven't exactly rolled out the welcome mat, either. Amid other bizarre events, Gregg slowly realizes that this corporation demands something far more ominous than a little overtime from its employees.