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Forever Midnight!

Work has been busy so the website’s been slow. But I did find some time today to draw this guy. Half Lon Chaney in “London After Midnight” and half Haunted Mansion ghost. 35 more words

Man Made Monster Review

It’s time for another old film. The Man Made Monster is interesting because it takes your usual creature feature transformation film and throws in a little electricity to make it unique. 1,075 more words


Review: For the Love of Spock (2016)

I’m not the biggest STAR TREK fan in the universe. I was always more into that other franchise from a galaxy far away. That said, I enjoyed most of the movies and saw a handful of episodes, but even I knew what a big deal Spock was, and is, to so many. 605 more words


The Phantom of the Opera (1925)

As promised at the end of my review of the 1943 version of Phantom of the Opera I have since gone back and watched Universal’s first attempt at this particular ‘monster.’ Released in 1925, this is a silent film and sees… 408 more words


Variety: The 20 Creepiest Clowns in Movies & TV

A detailed survey of the top 20 scariest clowns in film and television.

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Head Film

Strange Confession is the rather blah title for a quirky little horror film released in 1945, which I found rather appealing. (What’s being strangely confessed here? 1,527 more words

Horror Film

Horror on the Lens: The Phantom of the Opera (dir by Rupert Julian)

Today’s horror movie on the Shattered Lens is both a classic of silent era and one of the most influential horror films ever made.  It’s one that I previously shared in 2013 and 2o15 but it’s such a classic that I feel that it is worth sharing a second time.   184 more words