Happy St. Patty’s Day!
If you’re looking for a post about evil Leprechauns, you’re out of luck. But not really, because this post about Patty Duke is far more interesting.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day ya Bastards
Arbogast on Film
“In honor of the most bruised, puke-stained holiday in the whole of the twelvemonth, I’ve decided to dedicate this post to the best fights in horror movie history.”
Top 10 Horror TV Hosts
Vault of Horror
This is a wonderfully nostalgic tribute to the good ol’ days of late-night television.
[thumb]http://frankensteinia.blogspot.com/2010/03/edison-frankenstein-100-years-ago-today.html[/thumb]The Edison Frankenstein: 100 Years Ago Today
This strange little gem of film history was believed to be lost until its re-discovery in the 1970s. You can watch it in its entirety at Frankensteinia, but I’m especially stoked to know that Pierre Fournier is planning to post more about this film, including how it was advertised in 1910.
The Stranger Side of Cover Art
The Horror Section
“There is a fate worse than death. It’s being a dude, who’s swallowed by a bigger dude who is then swallowed by an even bigger lady, who is then eaten by a gigantic white monster with a big knife sticking out of its forehead.”
Taking the Kool-Aid: three horrifying visions of Jonestown
Black Hole Reviews
The premise of these reviews is that there is a huge difference between horror film and real horror. It’s an interesting distinction, and one that’s handled here with intelligence and sensitivity.
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