Friday, May 01, 2009

Friday's first few...

countess dracula (by senses working overtime)

Shuttle @ DVD Talk

Burnt Offerings @ OMG Horror

Seven Days to Live (2000) @ TFAV

Let's Scare Jessica To Death @ The Lightning Bug's Lair

Buried Alive/Beyond the Darkness/Buio Omega
@ Midnight Showing

The Ten Fiercest Fantasy Dragons @ SciFi Scanner

What Hansel And Gretel Did Next, Courtesy Of Dead Snow's Director @ io9

The Stench of Franken-failure Haunts Frankenhooker, Frankenweenie and Blackenstein
@ Horror Hacker


Starlog archive: James Darren talks Time Tunnel @ Starlog


The Devil's Hand
@ Hulu
A man dreams of another woman who is not his fiancé. When visiting a doll shop with his fiancé he is handed a doll with the face of the girl in the dream.

House on Haunted Hill @ Hulu
The owner of a haunted mansion offers a group of people reward money if they can survive a night at his scary estate.

Invasion of the Bee Girls @ Internet Archive
This one's about strange women who love their men to death, literally! Maybe the fact that there's a research facility doing top secret experiments might have something to do with the suspicious deaths..

Watch William Shatner Watch JJ Abrams' Star Trek @ /Film

Vintage Slasher Trailers @ Retro Slashers


The Ghost In The Mill (Harriet Beecher Stowe) @ The Classic Tales Podcast

The Worm Ouroboros (E.R. Eddison)
@ LibriVox

The Mysterians & Battle In Outer Space (Soundtracks) @ Magic Carpet Burn

Return of the Swamp Thing OST @ The Manchester Morgue

MR. SARDONICUS / William Castle - 1961 / Music by Von Dexter @ Music From the Monster Movies


The Patriot Witch (C.C. Finlay) @ Graeme's Fantasy Book Review

Grass (Sheri S Tepper)
@ Vulpes Libris

Interview: Don D'Auria - Horror Editor - Dorchester Publishing  @ Famous Monsters


Bram Stoker's Dracula (Fernando Fernandez) @ The Haunted Closet

A Little Fat Nothing Named Herbie @ Pappy's

Walpurgis! / Zodiac @ The Horrors of it All

The Ghost Hunters @ The Groovy Age of Horror

John Constantine in Vertigo Crime's 'Dark Entries'! @ FEARNet

Pulp, Crime...

Pulp Pusher & Crime and Suspense ezine via Bill Crider