Thursday, October 02, 2008

31Days: Tricks and Treats: Day 2 : Early Afternoon

Visit Weird Hollow for a chance to win a rare piece of Horror Ballyhoo memorabilia - a "Faint Check" for Revenge of the Creature!

Wonderful Wonderblog has a fun collection of Halloween TV commercials.

Cool-Mo-Dee shares Legion of Monsters #1, Chamber of Chills #1 , and the rare Halloween TV special from 1978 - Halloween is Grinch Night!!

Azathoth has the original silent classic Nosferatu.

Dave Lowe appreciates the titles cards for the classic horror comedy Arsenic and Old Lace.

The Horrors of it All shares Pool of Skeltons from 1953.

The Retropolitan's October Madness pits fictions greatest heroes against the most despicable villians ever imagined and only your wit can determine the outcome!

Random Acts of Geekery has a super nifty Frankenstein Collectabiles Slideshow and I Was a Teenage Werewolf 8mm.

Voyages Extraordinaires has a marvelous appreciation of Universal Studios Monsters.

John Rozum catches up with Karloff's The Ghoul and is justifiably amazed by animator James Lopez's yard haunt.

Monster Memories cracks open issue #4 of Thrills and Chills magazine.

Horror's Not Dead reviews Spirit Trap.

Relive the kindertrauma that is All Dogs Go To Heaven.

Exploitation Retrospect on The Town That Dreaded Sundown.

Horror Movie a Day : The Dunwich Horror

Anchorwoman in Peril hasn't seen the original Dracula?

Children R Skary via Aelwyn's Halloween

Branded in the 80's has The Muppet Magazine's Grossbusters!

Universal Horror Sounds has the Blair Witch inspired Scooby Doo Project.

Vinnie Rattolle shares the soundtrack to The Dark Backwards.

Diversions of the Groovy Kind spotlights the comic book genius of Monster Master: Gene Colan!

The B-Master's Cabal has reviews of Return of the Evil Dead and Hide and Creep.

Giallo Fever's K.H. Brown goes all highbrow on us with the scholarly Palimpsest, Pasolini, Poe and Poetics, or the phantoms haunting Dario Argento's Opera (1987)

Baby Cuthulu at No Smoking in the Skull Cave.
The 2008 Horror Book Review Project has launched!

The Franklin Mint Blog recalls The Groovy Ghoulies and The Paul Lynde Halloween Special.

Row Three revs up for Road Games.