From the minute you laid eyes on her, you could tell she was trouble. Frank Frazetta’s cover to Vampirella #1 has her posed with one hand on her fleshy hip and one finger in her mouth. She’s wearing black boots and her iconic red sling bikini with the white collar and nothing else. I never […]Read More Geektoberfest: Vampirella’s Sordid History*
THEM! Kill one and two takes its place! THEM! (1954) Is an American science fiction/monster movie produced by David Weisbart and directed by Gordon Douglas. It stars James Whitmore, James Arness, Edmund Gwenn, and Joan Weldon. The film is based on a story by George Worthing Yates, which was developed into a screenplay by Ted Sherdeman, […]Read More Geektoberfest: THEM!
The Mustache and The Beard gave their 3rd Annual Horror Hall of Fame Nominations for “The House of Whispers and Shadows” They ask everyone to please vote! 12. Best Foreign Horror Film -Let the Right One In – Sweden (2008) -Raw – France (2016) -Dead Snow – Norway (2009) -Horror of Dracula – Great Britain […]Read More Geektoberfest: HOF Nominations
Being a bibliophile, I sometimes get asked (especially during this time of year) what books I would recommend to get in the spirit of Halloween. Of course, I could say Stephen King, Dean Koontz, Amy Cross, Robert McCammon, Peter Straub, and Willow Rose, which are all fine and gory but then I would say, “Modern […]Read More Geektoberfest: Reading Sanctum Potpourri #8
MOVIE TITLE: Kiss of the Vampire IMDB YEAR RELEASED: 1963 GENRE: Hammer Vampire Horror STARRING: Clifford Evans, Noel Willman, Edward de Souza, Jennifer Daniel, Barry Warren, Jacquie Wallis, Isobel Black DIRECTED BY: Don Sharp SUMMARY: When a newlywed couple set off on their honeymoon through a Bavarian forest and get stranded by their car in […]Read More Geektoberfest: Respectful Reel Review #19 — Kiss of the Vampire (1963)
Gene Roddenberry’s SPECTRE SPECTRE is a 1977 British horror film made-for-television and produced by Gene Roddenberry. Yes, that’s right I said Gene Roddenberry. He also co-wrote it with Samuel A. Peebles (ADVANCE TO THE REAR , FINAL CHAPTER: WALKING TALL )and it was directed by Clive Donner (WHAT’S NEW PUSSYCAT? , DEAD MAN’S FOLLY ). The plot revolves […]Read More GEEKTOBERFEST: Gene Roddenberry’s spectre