Tuesday, October 21, 2008

31 Days: Tricks and Treats: Day 21: Morning

Cool-Moe-Dee presents Pac-Man - Nighty Nightmare (toon) Monsters Unleashed #3 (comic) and From Beyond the Unknown #1 (comic)

The Tell-Tale Heart w/ James Mason (toon) at Electronic Cerebrectomy

Frankensteinia spotlights the art of Mike Hill

The Undead at 13

Dinner with Max Jenke remembers Fade To Black.

Scream Blacula Scream at Franklin Mint Blog

Dr. K on Doomwatch

WeeklyComicBookReview.com reviews Halloween:The First Death of Laurie Strode

Digital Meltd0wn shares Christopher Lee - Fireside Tales

Novelist Chris Marie Green's Scare List

Fear.net's Home is Where the Haunt Is contest.

A Brief History of "The Monster Mash" at Backseat Cuddler

Dead Birds
reviewed at The Monsterverse

Top 10 Star Wars Pumpkin Carvings

Misc. Garbage offers it's Halloween Mix Vol.3 -(Here's Vol. 1 and Vol. 2)

In Vancouver for Halloween? Miss604 has the holiday covered!

Universal Horror Sounds presents Carol Burnett, Chita Rivera, Caterina Valente, and Boris Karloff !

Horror at Hulu:
Horror Express
Victorian scientists fight a missing-link monster making zombies on a trans-Siberia train.

Atom Age Vampire
A reptilian professor restores a scarred singer's beauty with serum from the dead.

Frankenstein's Daughter
Suburban scientist Oliver Frank creates a she-monster of the night.
Netflix Watch Instantly (req acct)
Starz Inside: Fantastic Flesh: The Art of Make-Up EFX
Go inside the world of makeup special effects for movies of all genres, from horror (Scream, The Thing) to fantasy (The Chronicles of Narnia) to sci-fi (Planet of the Apes) as K.N.B. EFX Group shares their techniques in creating monsters, aliens and ... old people. Directors Quentin Tarantino, Wes Craven, John Carpenter and more tip their hats off to the magic makers themsevles, such as Howard Berger and Rob Bottin.

Bruce Willis plays an ordinary man who makes an extraordinary discovery when a train accident leaves his fellow passengers dead -- and him unscathed. Is he unbreakable? The answer may lie with the mysterious Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), who suffers from a disease that renders his bones as fragile as glass. Unbreakable marks writer-director M. Night Shyamalan's moody follow-up to The Sixth Sense.

Flash Gordon
Flash gets a face-lift in this update of the 1930s comic strip. After being skyjacked (along with comely Dale Arden) to the planet Mongo, Flash (Sam Jones) learns that its merciless ruler, Emperor Ming (Max von Sydow), plans to destroy Earth and take Dale as his concubine. There's only one thing to do: unite Mongo's warring kingdoms, foil Ming's plan and get the girl.