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PICTURE OF THE DAY: THE NIGHT STALKER (1972)

PICTURE OF THE DAY:  THE NIGHT STALKER (1972)

Here’s a still from one of the all-time best vampire movies, THE NIGHT STALKER (1972), starring Darren McGavin as reporter Carl Kolchak, and Barry Atwater as Janos Skorzeny, the superhuman vampire terrorizing the streets of 1970s Las Vegas.  479 more words

LEADING LADIES: HELEN CHANDLER

LEADING LADIES:  Helen Chandler

By Michael Arruda

Welcome to LEADING LADIES, the column where we look at leading ladies in horror movies, especially from years gone by. 862 more words

5 TWISTED HORROR MOVIES TO GIVE YOU NIGHTMARES

FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009)

Most fans of Jason will enjoy this latest instalment featuring the frightening character himself looking fiercer and more volatile than ever. The movie itself follows a fairly generic slasher plot, however many horror fans are looking for that guilty pleasure, right? 563 more words

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IN THE SPOOKLIGHT: THE RETURN OF THE VAMPIRE (1943)

It’s time for SPOOKLIGHT Classic, where we look at some of the older IN THE SPOOKLIGHT columns from way back when.  This one, on the Bela Lugosi vampire flick… 701 more words

PICKIN' THE CARCASS: THE LAST DAYS ON MARS (2013)

Pickin’ The Carcass:  THE LAST DAYS ON MARS (2013)

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Michael Arruda

Welcome back to Pickin’ The Carcass, that column where we scour the sale bins and Streaming movie queues to find those undiscovered gems of horror movies we missed the first time around.  983 more words

IN THE SPOOKLIGHT: MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN (1994)

Here’s my latest IN THE SPOOKLIGHT column, on the Kenneth Branagh/Robert De Niro flick, MARY SHELLEY’S FRANKENSTEIN (1994), published in the September 2014 edition of… 1,157 more words

PICTURE OF THE DAY: FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED (1969)

PICTURE OF THE DAY:  FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED!  (1969)

Here’s a still from one of my favorite Hammer Frankenstein movies, FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED (1969), the fifth film in the Hammer Frankenstein series, most famous today because it features Peter Cushing’s most villainous screen performance as Baron Frankenstein.  714 more words