February 26, 2014


Found on ebay, “MOVIE PROP LIFESIZE HOWLING WEREWOLF”
$3,000 with $125 shipping. 23 watchers.

"a great addition to any Howling Fan’s collection, or someone that just loves werewolfs!"
"WE use REAL Yak fur"

Thank god. I wouldn’t pay over $2,000 for fake yak fur on my “werewolfs.”

Found on ebay, “MOVIE PROP LIFESIZE HOWLING WEREWOLF

$3,000 with $125 shipping. 23 watchers.

"a great addition to any Howling Fan’s collection, or someone that just loves werewolfs!"

"WE use REAL Yak fur"

Thank god. I wouldn’t pay over $2,000 for fake yak fur on my “werewolfs.”


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October 30, 2013


To me, humor and horror are just two sides of the same emotion, so the best “horror” movies have to have a healthy dose of funny. Those that are just scary without moments of release feel empty, hence why modern gore-filled torture porn are mostly garbage…  Here’s my personal top Halloweeny movies (since if I said “horror” people would get mad):

10. Poltergeist
9. The Frighteners
8. Little Shop of Horrors
7. Cabin in the Woods
6. Evil Dead 2
5. JAWS
4. American Werewolf in London
3. The Shining
2. Beatlejuice
1. Ghostbusters

note: Nightmare before Christmas and Gremlins are Christmas movies in my family.

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November 14, 2012


In this new special episode of Laughing Historically, we are joined by special guest Maven of the Eventide to tell the tragic story of Bram Stoker and how he created Dracula from shady gypsy tales and historic party-animal Vlad The Impaler.
It may be a little Halloweeny as we intended to release it weeks ago, but thanks to Hurricane Sandy taking my internet and power away, here it is. Its still fresh, I swear!
Watch Now! Share and enjoy…

In this new special episode of Laughing Historically, we are joined by special guest Maven of the Eventide to tell the tragic story of Bram Stoker and how he created Dracula from shady gypsy tales and historic party-animal Vlad The Impaler.

It may be a little Halloweeny as we intended to release it weeks ago, but thanks to Hurricane Sandy taking my internet and power away, here it is. Its still fresh, I swear!

Watch Now! Share and enjoy…

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October 23, 2012


blip:

On this week’s SUPER SPOOKY episode of The Show You’re Watching, we’re paid a visit from our good friend Maven of the Eventide! Featured this week:
Geek Crash Course - it’s Horror Month!
Onion Talks - The Onion spoofs TED talks!
Office Batman - need we say more?
Plus news you can use about Daily Candy and Wolf Blitzer. We also herald the return of the “What’s in Your Bag?” segment!

ITS ALIVE! ALIVE!I I dare you all to play “spot the reference.” I think I packed nods to horror movies in every spot possible…

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On this week’s SUPER SPOOKY episode of The Show You’re Watching, we’re paid a visit from our good friend Maven of the Eventide! Featured this week:

Plus news you can use about Daily Candy and Wolf Blitzer. We also herald the return of the “What’s in Your Bag?” segment!

ITS ALIVE! ALIVE!I I dare you all to play “spot the reference.” I think I packed nods to horror movies in every spot possible…

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repeat from The Blip Blog

October 8, 2012


The Director’s Cut of Little Shop of Horrors finally restores the original musical’s ending to the film where everyone dies brutally. It had to be remade into a happy ending after test audiences loved the movie, but extremely hated director Frank Oz’s 50’s horror movie homage that featured the beloved main characters basically committing suicide and everyone in the world dying. I’m sure it would be very different now. and the special effects and puppetry still hold up.
Watch it here.

The Director’s Cut of Little Shop of Horrors finally restores the original musical’s ending to the film where everyone dies brutally. It had to be remade into a happy ending after test audiences loved the movie, but extremely hated director Frank Oz’s 50’s horror movie homage that featured the beloved main characters basically committing suicide and everyone in the world dying. I’m sure it would be very different now. and the special effects and puppetry still hold up.

Watch it here.

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