Wednesday, May 06, 2009

A is for asphyxia

S4w-Monsters014-MaskOfFuManchu (by senses working overtime)


The Children @ Twitch

The Uninvited & Dante 01 @ CHUD

Dark Mirror @ Paracinema

Rule Number One @ Mondo 70

Twilight of the Goths:Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell @ Frankensteinia

Don't Look Now: "Did You Really See Her?" @ Spectacular Attractions

Enchanting Shadow (1960)
@ Black Hole DVD Review

Bedlam @ Only the Cinema

Dracula (1931) @ Best-Horror-Movies

MIND MELD: What Are The Most Realistic (and the Most Ridiculous) Uses of Science in SciFi Film and TV? @ SF Signal

Cinematical Seven: Coolest Star Trek Moments

Vulcan: The Soul of Spock @ The House Next Door

You Know You're Cursed When…Top Curses In Film
@ Geeks of Doom

Attitude, Beauty, Carnage... The ABCs for Fright Flicks of Fashion
@ Horror Hacker

The Vault of Horror's Top 10: Favorite Horror Movie Characters

Asmik Ace unveils Shinya Tsukamoto's English-language Tetsuo Project @ Nippon Cinema

McG: 'We're bringing credibility back' to 'Terminator' franchise
@ Hero Complex

Top 13 Stupidest Decisions In The History Of Horror Films
@ DailyFill


The Mutant Beast @ Internet Archive
A garbage eating monster terrorizes the town of Milpitas, Ca. There is a special appearance by KTVU's late, great "Creature Features" host Bob Wilkins. It's got "student film" written all over it, but it's not too bad..

The Rats are Coming! The Werewolves are Here!
@ Internet Archive
The Mooney family has some strange secrets, as a man who married one of the daughters is soon to find out. Directed by Andy Milligan..

Mick Garris on "Videodrome" @ Trailers From Hell

The Descent Part 2 Trailer
@ Bitchin' Film reviews

Doghouse Trailer
@ latemag

Netflix (req. acct):

The Faceless Monster

Ennio Morricone provided the creepy score that grounds this Italian horror flick starring Barbara Steele and Paul Muller. When a cuckolded scientist kills his unfaithful wife and her lover, he soon realizes that vengeance and retribution can come from beyond the grave.

Guru, the Mad Monk
Set in 1480, this Gothic horror film stars Neil Flanagan as Father Guru, a schizophrenic, prison-colony chaplain who exploits his power to the max. With his church running low on funds, Guru entangles a young couple in a plot to ambush travelers and sell their cadavers to a neighboring medical college. Helping the mad monk are his vamp mistress (Jaqueline Webb) and a one-eyed hunchback named -- what else? -- Igor (Jack Spencer).

Child's Play 2: Chucky's Back
After the tragic events of the first film, Andy's mother is committed and Andy (Alex Vincent) ends up in foster care. Meanwhile, the killer-doll's manufacturer reconstructs Chucky to salvage its reputation and prove that nothing was wrong with the doll. But something was, and in re-creating the doll, the company has resurrected the soul of the murderous Charles Lee Ray. Soon, Chucky (voiced by Brad Dourif) is up to his old tricks.


The Tell-Tale Heart (E.A. Poe) read by Derrk Banner , Carmilla (J Sheridan Le Fanu) read by Louisa Thornton @ Internet Archive

Lost Gods complete @ Podiobooks

Lighthouse (OST) @ the manchester morgue


Azathoth, Real-Life Science, and Lovecraftian Speculation @ H.P. Lovecraft & His Legacy


Ghost Manor @ datajunkie

@ Diversions of the Groovy Kind

The Monstrous Plant @ THOIA

The Mirrrors Of Tuzun Thune
@ The Bronze Age of Blogs

Decoy of the Doom Statues
@ Again With The Comics

The Hunchback of Notre Dame @ Bear Alley

Mystery, Crime...

Book Cover Art: Penguin's The Sherlock Holmes Series
@ design:related

Classic TV: Suspense @ Internet Archive
ebooks: The Great Impersonation & The Double Four (Edward Philips Oppenheim) @ Feedbooks

Il camorrista / The Professor @ Giallo Fever

Halloween Haunts...

time2dive's Doors From Hell
@ HauntForum