Now For Your Halloween Viewing Pleasure - Elvira Presents - 'Count Dracula's Great Love'

Cassandra Peterson (born September 17, 1951) is an American actress best known for her on-screen horror hostess character Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. She gained fame on Los Angeles television station KHJ wearing a black, gothic, cleavage-enhancing gown as host of Movie Macabre, a weekly horror movie presentation. Her wickedly vampish appearance is offset by her comical character, quirky/quick-witted personality, and valley girl-type speech.

In the late spring of 1981, five years after Larry Vincent (who starred as host Sinister Seymour of a local Los Angeles weekend horror show called Fright Night) died, show producers began the task of bringing the show back. Deciding to use a female host, producers asked 1950s horror host Maila Nurmi to revive The Vampira Show. Nurmi worked on the project for a short time, but eventually quit when the producers would not hire Lola Falana to play Vampira. The station continued with the project and sent out a casting call. Peterson auditioned against 200 other horror hostess hopefuls, and won the role. Producers left it up to her to create the role's image. She and best friend Robert Redding came up with the sexy punk/vampire look after producers rejected her original idea to look like Sharon Tate in The Fearless Vampire Killers.

Unable to continue with the Vampira character, the name Elvira was chosen. What followed was Elvira's Movie Macabre featuring a quick-witted valley-girl type character named Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. With heavily-applied drag queen-style horror make-up and a towering black beehive wig concealing her flame-red hair, the transformation from Cassandra Peterson to the sexy "Elvira" was so drastic that no one ever recognized her out of costume.

The Elvira character rapidly gained notoriety with her tight-fitting, low-cut black gown which showed more cleavage than had ever appeared on local Los Angeles television before. The movies featured on Elvira's Movie Macabre were always B grade (or lower). Elvira reclined on a red Victorian couch, introducing and often interrupting the movie to lampoon the actors, the script, and the bad editing. Adopting the flippant tone of a California valley-girl, she brought a satirical, sarcastic edge to her commentary without ever being crass or mean-spirited. Like a macabre Mae West, she reveled in dropping risqué double entendres as well as making frequent jokes about her eye-popping display of cleavage. In an AOL Entertainment News interview, Peterson revealed, "I figured out that Elvira is me when I was a teenager. She's a spastic girl. I just say what I feel and people seem to enjoy it." Her campy humor, obvious sex appeal, and good-natured self-mockery endeared her to late-night movie viewers as her popularity soared. At the same time, Elvira was embraced as an icon of the waning 1980s punk movement as well as the emerging Goth subculture.

Move Over Power Rangers & Ultraman - Korea's 'SFX Fantasy Rayforce' Is Here!

Written By: Ken Hulsey

Over the past decade, the creators of Korean fantasy films and television have been doing their best to take on the Japanese entertainment industry head-to-head. Nothing has been sacred, the Koreans have even taken on the giant monster film genre, made famous by the Japanese with their Godzilla and Gamera film series, with the highly acclaimed, "The Host" and the heavy effects driven, "D-War" (Dragon Wars).

Now, T3 Entertainment, which has made quite a name for itself in the video game market is trying to reinvent the Asian super hero genre with, "Shigong Jhun-gi Rayforce" (Dimension Chronicle Rayforce or SFX Fantasy Rayforce), a series which looks like it's designed to give Japanese shows like, "Super Sentai" (Power Rangers to us westerners) and "Kamen Rider" a swift kick to the gonads.

The series looks like Japanese occult anime, superhero and giant robot series all thrown in a blender, which one would assume would be a recipe for destruction, but from what I can see here, it works, and works how.

Indeed "Shigong Jhun-gi Rayforce" has it all, the cute young girl with the gnarly powers, the costumed superheroes and a cool giant robot. Let's also not forget the over-the-top villains. All staples of Japanese fantasy entertainment, movies, anime and manga all included.

The Korean entertainment industry has never been 'shy' about 'borrowing' from Japanese pop-culture in the past. The nations most popular animated character, "Taekwon V", is an unapologetic clone of the Japanese giant robot, "Mazinger Z". In fact, I believe the only difference between the two robots, is their head designs.

Don't ask me to explain how Asian copyright law works, sometimes I think everything is up for grabs there. Well, unless it looks even remotely like Godzilla anyway.

Rip-off or not, "Shigong Jhun-gi Rayforce" looks pretty bad-ass! If the series is even half as good as the promo clip, T3 Entertainment may have a real hit on it's hands. The effects look like a real good blend of CGI and live-action. The characters look cool and ya just gotta dig their powers and fighting styles. The costumes aren't bad either. Let's just hope that they can develop some interesting bad guys and monsters for these guys, and gals, to fight.

Unfortunately, we will probably never see this one released over here, unless it's in a 'Korean language only', or possibly with Chinese subtitles, DVD format for people who have migrated to the US from Korean, through Asian importers.

Still, may be worth the money though.

Scarlet Salem Is A Graveyard Cowgirl

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Scarlet Salem
Photo Credit (s): H Morgen

I know that I promised a 'weekly' posting of the horror themed photographs of actress/model Scarlet Salem taken by photographer H Morgen. Well, I have had a lot on my plate the last two weeks, so I missed a post. Sorry about that.

Every time I do one of these, I sing the praises of both Morgen and Salem, and I'm sure that you have had enough of that, so I'm skipping that part.

As you probably already know, over the past month, in celebration of Halloween, I have featured the duo's horror tributes featuring Scarlet as Vampira, the horror hostess and star of "Plan 9 From Outer Space" and as Janet Leigh in a recreation of the infamous 'shower scene' from Alfred Hitchcock's classic film, "Psycho".

Today I have a set of pics featuring Scarlet in a cowboy hat and a bikini top. This time around the photos are a tribute to scream queen Sherri Moon.

Moon, as you may know, is Rob Zombies main squeeze and the star of most of his films.

Hey, it may not be from a classic horror film, but do you care? It's Scarlet Salem in a cowboy hat and bikini top!

Here are the photos:

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Orson Welles Classic War Of The Worlds Broadcast On The Internet 10/30/09

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Joblo / Avery Guerra

Way back on October 30th 1938, Orson Welles radio play, which was presented in the format of a live news broadcast, of H.G. Wells classic novel, "War of the Worlds", caused mass panic, as thousands believed that the Earth was indeed being invaded by an army from Mars.

Hopefully society has become a little more sophisticated in 2009, as again, Welles reading of Wells will be rebroadcast as a promotional tool to draw attention to Richard Linklater’s upcoming film "Me And Orson Wells".

The film, which will hit theaters on November 25th, stars Christian McKay, Claire Danes, Zac Efron, Kelly Reilly, Zoe Kazan, Eddie Marsan and James Tupper.

To listen in to a very important bit of sci fi history, and, for that matter, American history, go to on October 30th at 8:00 PM EST.

See Also: A Modern Take On Wells The First Men In The Moon For BBC Four / War Of The Worlds: Goliath Steam-Rolls Into The San Diego Comic Con / A Steampunk Sequel To Well's Classic Novel In War Of The Worlds: Goliath / War of the Worlds: Making Of Featurette

Tsuburaya Making Giant Monster Halloween Costumes!?

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Popfi

Okay.....this may be the coolest f**king thing I've ever seen in my life!

The Japanese are eons ahead of us westerners, let's just face it. They have human looking robots that can move around and talk, and now they have animatronic giant monster Halloween costumes that have flashing eyes, breathes smoke, and can even roar.

How can we compete with that?

No, the costume featured in the video above isn't for an upcoming movie, though the monster featured, Gomora, is in the upcoming film, "Mega Monster Battle: Ultra Galaxy Legend", it's being made for everyday schmucks like you and me.

That's right, you will soon be able to buy one of these babies.

This Gomora costume is part of a brand-new line of animatronic monster suites, called “Dekaiju”, being produced by Tsuburaya Productions for sale to the general public.

The Gomora costume stands in at over ten feet tall, and twenty feet long, and is controlled solely by the wearer. It comes equipped with flashing eyes, shoots smoke out of it's mouth and comes with it's own unique roar.

It is unknown at this time how many of these gigantic costumes will be made or what other monsters will be featured in the "Dekaiju" line.

Though the costume is friggin awesome, I can see many drawbacks to it. One, you know that they will only be for sale in Japan, so having it imported would add even more to what is certain to be an already hefty price tag for one of these. Two, you can't wear it inside, its twenty feet long. Can you imagine trying to squeeze into your buddies apartment for a Halloween party wearing one. You would make enemies fast, break everything in site and probably get guacamole all over it. That wouldn't do at all.

On the upside, you could set up a miniature city in your driveway and act out all those monster fantasies we all have......yes....all of us. You could also scare the living crap out of your neighbors dog with it. Bark at two in the morning again....I dare you. You know Gomora is coming for ya mutt!

Oh, geeze I just kinda went nuts there......sorry.

Okay, for anyone who doesn't know what to get me for Christmas......well.......well?

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A Modern Take On Wells The First Men In The Moon For BBC Four

Source: BBC (Press Release)

Mark Gatiss (League Of Gentlemen, Doctor Who) is to star in his own adaptation of HG Wells' thrilling scientific romance The First Men In The Moon alongside Rory Kinnear (Waking The Dead, Silent Witness), in a one-off 90-minute drama from Can Do Productions for BBC Four.

Mark Gatiss says: "I'm completely delighted to have the chance to bring this wonderful, funny, charming and scary story to BBC Four. It's very rare to be able to adapt a genius like HG Wells for the small screen and we hope to do full justice to his extraordinary vision."

It's July 1969 and, as the world waits with baited breath for news of the Apollo 11 astronauts, a young boy meets 90-year-old Julius Bedford (Rory Kinnear) who tells an extraordinary story of two men's journey to the Moon, way back in 1909.

As a young man, Bedford chances to meet Professor Cavor (Mark Gatiss), a somewhat unworldly scientist with an amazing invention: Cavorite – anything to which it is applied becomes opaque to the force of gravity. Knowing a miracle when he sees one, and with a keen eye on profit, Bedford encourages Cavor to think big. And so the two men construct a copper and cast-iron sphere which will fly them to the Moon. But what terrors await them in the lunar interior? And will they ever succeed in returning to Earth?

This is the inaugural drama for Mark Gatiss and Damon Thomas's Can Do Productions. The pair previously collaborated on the acclaimed Antarctic drama The Worst Journey In The World and last Christmas's popular ghost stories Crooked House for BBC Four.

Richard Klein, Controller, BBC Four, says: "The First Men In The Moon is a thoroughly modern classic, a witty and satirical piece of writing by one of Britain's foremost and original science fiction writers.

"It shines a light on man's natural desire to always get it wrong. I am delighted that Mark Gatiss has decided to bring this forgotten and yet wholly timely work to our screens."

The First Men In The Moon was commissioned by Ben Stephenson, Controller, BBC Drama Commissioning, and Richard Klein.

Damon Thomas is also the director and Julie Clark (Glorious 39, Whitechapel) is the producer. The BBC executive producer is Jamie Laurenson.

The cast also includes Alex Riddell who will play Jim, the inquisitive boy listening to Bedford's story.

Jim's father is played by Peter Forbes (Casualty, The Bill) and his mother by Katherine Jakeways (Bremner, Bird And Fortune, The Armstrong And Miller Show).

Lee Ingleby (George Gently, Wind In The Willows) will play Chessocks, and Julia Deakin (Spaced) will play Mrs Fitt.

On Wells Novel (From Wikipedia)

The First Men in the Moon is a 1901 scientific romance novel by the British author H. G. Wells. The novel tells the story of a journey to the moon undertaken by the two protagonists, the impoverished businessman Mr Bedford and the brilliant but eccentric scientist Dr. Cavor. On arrival, Bedford and Cavor find the moon inhabited by an extraterrestrial civilization the two refer to as "Selenites".

The novel can be read as a critique of prevailing political opinions of the period, particularly of imperialism. The theme of a clash between civilizations is reminiscent of Wells's earlier and more famous work, The War of the Worlds. As in The War of the Worlds, it is hinted that the non-human civilization presented might reflect the way human society would develop in the far future. As such, the Selenite society depicted could be considered either a utopia or a dystopia, depending on which of its features one emphasizes

Timeline (2003)(Paramount)

Written By: April Hulsey

Since it's April's birthday, I decided to post one of her classic reviews from This one is extra special to her because the film stars one of her favorite actors, Gerard Butler.

What can I say, she likes the 'filthy Scotsmen'.......of which, I am not.

Another great movie involving time travel. This movie is based on a Michael Crichton novel (i.e. Jurassic Park, Lost World, Congo, Sphere). This movie was action packed and intelligent. However, any time you deal with a movie involving time travel, the believability is always questionable (i.e. Back to the Future).

A group of researchers from the International Technology Corporation manage to develop a teleportation device which goes haywire and ends up transporting people back to 13th century France. Given that they know nothing about the 13th century and the fact that a couple of their experts have been trapped back in time, the group befriends a professor of history named E.A. Johnston played by Billy Connolly (other credits include Lemony Snickett's A Series of Unfortunate Events) to assist them. He is a professor in French and English History. However, he also becomes trapped back in time in LeRoque, France.

The professor's dig site in LeRoque is assisted by several student teachers. One of which is his son Chris played by Paul Walker, his girlfriend Kate Ericson (Francis O' Connor) and Andre Marek (Gerard Butler).

Upon discovering his father's belongings at the dig of a French monastery, he and his colleagues investigate what became of his father. In the process, the team attempts to rescue the professor only to end up trapped themselves after a grenade accident involving a member of the rescue team.

I will not reveal what happens but this movie is full of action, suspense, and romance. Gerard Butler's character is the scene-stealer of the movie. He is dashing, handsome, and chivalrous. He is truly the hero of the story.

This movie is very good and a lot of fun. I recommend it highly. I do not believe it did very well at the box office, but it is good watching

Timeline (2003)
Paramount Pictures

Directed By: Richard Donner
Written By: Michael Crichton, George Nolfi & Jeff Maguire

Paul Walker as Chris Johnston
Frances O'Connor as Kate Ericson
Gerard Butler as André Marek
Billy Connolly as E.A. Johnston
David Thewlis as Robert Doniger
Anna Friel as Lady Claire
Neal McDonough as Frank Gordon
Matt Craven as Steven Kramer
Ethan Embry as Josh Stern
Michael Sheen as Lord Oliver
Lambert Wilson as Lord Arnaut
Marton Csokas as Decker
Rossif Sutherland as François Dontelle
Steve Kahan as Baker
David La Haye asArnaut's Deputy

Runtime: 116 Minutes
Country: USA
Language: English / French
Color: Color
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
Released: November 26, 2003

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Vampire Bats (2005)(CBS)

Source: CBS
From The Archives

Lucy Lawless ("Zena: Warrior Princess," "Tarzan") and Dylan Neal ("Dawson's Creek") reprise their roles as Dr. Maddy Rierdon and Dan Dryer from the CBS Television Movie "Locusts" in VAMPIRE BATS, a television movie that was broadcast as the "CBS Sunday Movie," Sunday, Oct. 30, 2005 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

In this suspense thriller, Rierdon discovers that a deadly species of vampire bats are responsible for a series of bizarre murders and she must find a way to stop them before they are completely out of control. Brett Butler ("Grace Under Fire") and Timothy Bottoms ("DC 9/11: Time of Crisis") star with an appearance by Craig Ferguson, host of CBS's "The Late Late Show."

A former USDA voracious insect specialist who is now a college professor, Rierdon, in search of a simpler life, has moved to Louisiana with her husband, Dryer, and their two daughters. But her life becomes more complicated when one of her students is found dead with his body covered in mysterious puncture marks and completely depleted of blood.

When two of Rierdon's students are implicated in the boy's death, she immediately gets caught up in the investigation and discovers that the student was killed by a swarm of bats. When other attacks occur and more people are found dead in a similar fashion, evidence leads Rierdon to discover that these are not ordinary bats, but aggressive vampire bats that have mutated due to a tainted
water supply. Though she tries to discourage them, several of her students volunteer to help in the investigation, which could put them in grave danger. But Rierdon knows that she doesn't have a choice and must find a way to halt the bats' deadly progress.

Brett Butler stars as Rierdon's strong willed sister-in-law, Shelly; Bottoms portrays the town's mayor, Hank Poelker; and Ferguson has a cameo as a fisherman.

Lucy Lawless is best-known to television audiences as Xena on the series, "Xena: Warrior Princess." Her other television credits include series "Tarzan," "For the Love of Mike" and "Funny Business," as well as guest appearances on "Two and a Half Men" on the Network, "The Bernie Mac Show," "The X-Files" and "Battlestar Galactica." In addition to "Locusts," her television movie credits include "Hercules and the Amazon Women" and "Typhon's People." Her feature film credits include "Eurotrip," "Spider-Man," "The Rainbow Warrior" and "Boogeyman."

Dylan Neal's television series credits include "Hyperion Bay," "Pacific Palisades" and the Network's "The Bold and the Beautiful." He has also guest starred in the series "CSI: Miami" and "JAG," on the Network, "Dawson's Creek," "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" and "Kevin Hill." In addition to "Locusts," his television movie credits include "Chupacabra: Dark Seas," "Babylon 5: The Legend of the Rangers" and "The President's Man" on the Network. His feature film credits include "40 Days and 40 Nights," "Landspeed" and "I'll Never Get to Heaven."

Best known for her stand-up comedy, Brett Butler also starred in and was executive producer of the popular series "Grace Under Fire." She was a writer on the series "Dolly," in which she also made several guest appearances, hosted Comedy Central's "Short Attention Span Theater" and was the winner of "The Great American Celebrity Spelling Bee." Her television credits include "Last Comic Standing 2," "The Drew Carey Show," "Ellen," "The Larry Sanders Show," the Emmy Award-nominated "Comic Relief IV," "Heroes of Comedy: Women on Top," "Comedy Central Presents: The N.Y. Friars Club Roast of Rob Reiner," "What Makes You Laugh" and "The Comedy Hall of Fame." Her feature film credits include "Mrs. Harris" and the upcoming animated feature "Firedog."

Timothy Bottoms was a regular in the series "That's My Bush!" and "Land of the Lost." His other television credits include "NCIS," on the Network, "That '70s Show," "Gideon's Crossing," "The Twilight Zone," and "The Hitchhiker." His television movie credits include "DC 9/11: Time of Crisis," "Ike: Countdown to D-Day," "Island Sons," "Perry Mason: The Case of the Notorious Nun," "Escape," "A Shining Season," "The Story of David," "Look Homeward, Angel," and the mini-series "East of Eden" and "Arthur Hailey's The Moneychangers." His feature film credits include the Academy Award-winning films "The Paper Chase" and "The Last Picture Show,"
and "The Girl Next Door," "Elephant," "The Man in the Iron Mask," "Absolute Force," "Texasville," "In the Shadow of Kilimanjaro," "Rollercoaster," "The White Dawn," "Love and Pain and the Whole Damn Thing" and "Johnny Got His Gun."

Craig Ferguson took over as host of CBS's THE LATE LATE SHOW on Jan. 3, 2005 and also serves as one of the show's writers. His television credits include his role as Nigel Wick, Drew Carey's boss, on the "Drew Carey Show," "Maybe This Time" and the BBC television show "The Ferguson Theory." He was most recently seen in the feature film "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events." He wrote and starred in the feature films "The Big Tease" and "Saving Grace" and also wrote, directed and starred in the feature film "I'll Be There."

VAMPIRE BATS was produced by Von Zerneck/Sertner Films, in association with Sony Pictures Television. Frank Von Zerneck ("Locusts," "Reversible Errors"), Robert M. Sertner ("Locusts," "Category 6: Day of Destruction") and Jill Tanner ("Locusts," "They Shoot Divas, Don't They?") are the executive producers. Eric Bross ("Martha Behind Bars," "Traffic,") directed the movie from a script by Doug Prochilo ("Locusts").

Vampire Bats (2005)
CBS Television Network
Von Zerneck/Sertner Films
Sony Pictures Television

Directed By: Eric Bross
Produced By: Frank Von Zerneck, Robert M. Sertner & Jill Tanner
Written By: Doug Prochilo

Lucy Lawless as Dr. Maddy Rierdon
Dylan Neal as Dan Dryer
Brett Butler as Shelly
Timothy Bottoms as Hank Poelker
Craig Ferguson as Fisherman

Runtime: 120 Minutes

Locusts (2005)(CBS)

Source: CBS
From The Archives

"Locusts" was a television movie starring Lucy Lawless ("Xena Warrior Princess," "Tarzan"), It was originally broadcast as the "CBS Sunday Movie," Sunday, April 24, 2005 (9:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network

In the disaster drama, a deadly breed of bioengineered locusts create a new and unimaginable threat to the United States by forming multiple swarms covering thousands of square miles and destroying everything in their path.

Dr. Maddy Rierdon (Lawless), a USDA voracious insect expert, is hoping to work on her struggling marriage when a locust outbreak erupts on both coasts of the United States. After she is called upon to assess the situation, Maddy discovers that the locust swarms are a product of a colleague's experiment, and are in fact bioengineered super locusts that can reproduce at a rate 10 times greater than a typical one. They are also three times longer than an ordinary locust, can travel approximately 300 miles a day and could be capable of devouring an entire continent.

The entire population is in a panic as the swarms multiply and attack areas from coast-to-coast. As food supply, livestock and even human lives are threatened by these seemingly unstoppable creatures, the president orders the formation of a special task force to work with Maddy and her team. She addresses the task force, but at this point no one can come up with an answer to eradicate these insects without taking human lives in the process. As the country faces a modern-day plague unlike anything they have ever seen, the government is in a race against the clock to put an end to this devastating situation.

Lucy Lawless is best-known to television audiences as Xena on the series, "Xena: Warrior Princess." Her other television credits include series "Tarzan," "For the Love of Mike" and "Funny Business." Lawless' television movie credits include "Hercules and the Amazon Women" and "Typhon's People." Her feature film credits include "Eurotrip," "Spider-Man" and "The Rainbow Warrior." She is currently appearing in the feature film "Boogeyman."

LOCUSTS was produced by von Zerneck-Sertner Films. Frank von Zerneck and Robert Sertner ("Category 6: Day of Destruction") and Jill Tanner ("They Shoot Divas, Don't They") are the executive producers; Randy Sutter ("Category 6: Day of Destruction") and Peter Sadowski ("The Elizabeth Smart Story") are the producers. David Jackson ("The Jesse Ventura Story") directed from a script by Doug Prochilo.

Another Reason To Not Wander Around In The Woods At Night - Wes Sullivan's 'Nightbeasts'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Wes Sullivan

Okay, that's it! I'm officially proclaiming 2009 as 'The Year Of The Bigfoot Movie"......or "The Year Of The Sasquatch Movie".......maybe "Skunk Ape Movie?" Whatever. If it's eight-foot-tall, covered in hair, and walks on two legs, then this is the year to make a movie about it.

Let's do a quick run-down for any of you out there that haven't been paying attention. The list of 2009 American primate films include, "Savage", directed by Jordan Blum, "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot", directed by James Baack, "Trailer Park Geocachers Meet Bigfoot", by David Carriere, "The Shrieking", by Shawn Hunt and Brian T. Jaynes "Boggy Creek".

Well, "Boggy Creek" is supposed to have some sort of swamp monster in it, not necessarily Bigfoot, but it is based on the 1972 Charles B. Pierce classic, "The Legend of Boggy Creek", and that had Bigfoot in it, so I will count it.

As you can correctly assume, I am adding yet another film to the list, Wes Sullivan's "Nightbeasts".

Why such an interest in Bigfoot this year? Is it because of Jeffrey Meldrum's book and documentary, "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science?" Is it because of the publication of my own encounter with Bigfoot in Arizona back in the early 90s? Is it because of that stupid hoax about a dead Bigfoot body?

Who knows?

The only thing for sure is, Sasquatch is making a comeback, and how.

Wes Sullivan has written, produced and directed "Nightbeasts." Not known for 'live-action' films, Sullivan has made his mark as an illustrator for some of the most famous animated films ever produced, including, "Aladdin", "A Goofy Movie", "Pocahontas" and "Hercules", to name just a few.

"Nightbeasts" stars Zach Galligan (Gremlins 1&2), Audra Wise (Nip/Tuck, Miss Cast Away) and young Chad Trager, as common everyday people who, along with a group of Native Americans, are menaced by a clan of angry Sasquatch.

Here is the trailer:

You have to admit that the clip looks very interesting. I like the addition of the Native American folklore to the story.

Hey, anythings gotta be better than, "The Bloody Rage of Bigfoot" right? Well, maybe it's not fair to compare the two films? They are both coming from two entirely different points of view on every ones favorite crypto.

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Mr Lobo Invades Los Angeles To Host American Scary Tonight!

Written By: Mr Lobo

OCTOBER 27 at 8pm
TV Horror Host Night! Featuring “American Scary”

Cinefamily Silent Movie Theater
611 N. Fairfax Avenue..
Los Angeles, California

Hey, who was your horror host? If you're tempted to respond, "Whaddaya mean, my horror host?", you probably grew up in the post-local television era. Which means you spent your childhood without a mordantly sardonic costumed creep to introduce (and heckle) your Z-grade shock/shlock fare when you were staying up way too late. Horror hosts are one of the folkways of TV, beginning in the 1950s when broadcast was both local and live, with the indelible Vampira. Each station spawned its own variations on the theme, from the classic "cool ghoul" Zacherley in ..New York.., to ..Chicago..'s undead hippie, Svengoolie, to ....Cleveland....'s beatnik-styled Ghoulardi (director P. T. Anderson's father!) It just gets weirder from there, in the documentary American Scary, which digs deep to discover that before Mystery Science Theater 3000, there was a whole world of campy characters for every kid -- and stoned sophomore -- to call their own. And we've got our own host, Mr. Lobo, to share even more great goodies and treats that they couldn't pack into the film.....and then, continuing the fine tradition, we'll all watch a rare surprise TV-movie feature from the 70s!

American Scary Dir. John ..E. Hudgens.., 2006, digital presentation, 91 min.

See Also: Lobotronic Film Show 7 To Feature The Best In Indie Horror / It's A Two Night Cinema Insomnia Loboween Spectacular! / Virginia Creepers: The Horror Host Tradition Of The Old Dominion - Following Virginia’s Rich Horror Hosting History / What Are Celebrities Doing For Halloween? - Part 1 / Plan 9 Remake Gets A Bigger Budget - Trailer On The Way / Mr. Lobo Is Going To Have A Very Busy Weekend! / Mr Lobo Hosts Nonstop Movie Party Zombies / Mr Lobo And Cinema Insomnia Triumphantly Return To The National Spotlight / Mr. Lobo Enters The 3rd Dimension For Virtual Fan Gathering / Mr Lobo Interviews Monsters From The ID Director David Gargani / Mr Lobo Continues To Be The Busiest Man In Showbiz Announcing New Appearences And DVDs / Plan 9 From Outer Space Strikes Again / A Public Memorial To Bob Wilkins In Sacramento / Is There Something Bold And Creative Brewing In Sacramento? / Support Your Local Horror Host....Or In This Case Mr Lobo / Bob Wilkins 1932-2009 The Passing Of A Bay Area Icon / Merry Christmas From Monster Island / Mr Lobo Composes A New Halloween Song / Silicon Presents The Lobotronix Film Show / Mr Lobo And Conrad Brooks Cast In Plan 9 From Outer Space Remake / Mr. Lobo & The Queen Of Trash Get The VIP Treatment At The B Movie Celebration / Sara Dunn Photo Shoot And Casting News / B Movie Celebration Scores World Premiere Of Cleavagefield / The Hometown Of The B Movie Celebration Needs Our Help!

Just In Time For Halloween - New Monsterous Music From Prof. Morte And The Silver Scream Spookshow

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Timothy Price

Many a movie studio, and movie buff, has pondered the question, "How do you build a perfect monster?"

Well it seems that Prof. Morte, his sidekick Retch and all the other ghoulies from Atlanta's famed "Silver Scream Spookshow", have embarked on a musical journey to accomplish the monumental task for the CD, "Building the Perfect Monster."

The tracks on this new album pays homage to many of the classic monsters who have graced movie theaters around the world in a style that is similar to Blue Oyster Cult's hit from the 70s, "Godzilla."

Timothy Price from Silver Scream Spookshow explains, "Homage's to all monsters show up on their quest (Morte & Retch) to build this album. The album has already received airplay in Atlanta on "The Pop Culture King Show" and the CD is available on-line and at many different music stores through out Georgia.

All songs are classic rock to metal, surf to rock-a-billy to good ol' rock and roll. We've even included a remake of Green Slime! All mechanical licensing has been acquired for the four covers on the album. 13, yes 13 songs total. "

Fear not Japanese monster fans, one of the tracks is about your favorite creature genre, but not necessarily about Godzilla or Gamera per say.

Price adds "The album does take us to Japan as well in the "The Atomic Stomp" and I guess it could be about any number of Kaiju...Hmmm."

The troupe from Silver Scream Spookshow features some of Atlanta's top talent, including Shane Morton (Prof. Morte) who has worked on special effects for Rob Zombie, Jon Waterhouse (Retch) the host of the "King Of Pop Culture" radio show and who is also a writer for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, and maybe most notably, actress Amy Dumas (Pandora), who is also known as the WWE wrestler, Lita.

Here is one of the tracks from "Building the Perfect Monster" called "Lon Chaney", which, as you probably have already guessed, is an homage to the actor of a thousand faces.

I honestly can't wait to hear that "Green Slime" cover myself.

Legendary's Godzilla: A New Hint?

Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Legendary's Godzilla: A New Hint?

by Armand Vaquer

In a recent issue of Rue Morgue magazine, Michael Dougherty was interviewed about his new movie, Trick R Treat.

In the interview, Dougherty said this:

Every project I do goes back to what I was exposed to as a kid: X-Men, Superman, Halloween. I can't elaborate too much on my next film, but I will just say my other passion growing up was Godzilla. I'm crossing off the checklist that I first wrote when I was about nine.

Longtime Godzilla fan John DeSentis noted on his Facebook blog:

What does that have to do with anything? Simply that Michael Dougherty has been a collaborator of Bryan Singer's since X2 and Singer's LEGENDARY PICTURES produced Trick R Treat. Now the rumors would SEEM to have a bit more too them...even if nothing is set nor might be set.

So it appears that this may be a not-too-subtle hint that the rumored Legendary Pictures' Godzilla project is next to be "checked off" on Dougherty's list of "to dos." We'll see.

In the words of Toho's L.A. office, "No comment. [Snicker!]"

[Special thanks to John DeSentis for the head's up on this.]

UPDATE (10/27/09): Avery Guerra posted this at the Monster Zero forum:

OK, Michael Dougherty is NOT attached to this project. My contact contacted him about it yesterday [even though we already knew the answer]. He said no. He was referring to "Calling All Robots". I thought that I had already cleared that up.

The Los Angeles Comic & Sci Fi Con Prepares To Get Invaded By The Green Slime

Source: Bruce Schwartz (Press Release)


The LOS ANGELES COMIC BOOK AND SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION spotlights a 40th Anniversary Film Screening of THE GREEN SLIME on Sunday, November 8, 2009. Attending will be stars ROBERT HORTON and LUCIANA PALUZZI, reunited for the first time since the release of THE GREEN SLIME, for an on stage interview on the making of the Movie.

THE GREEN SLIME is considered a Science Fiction cult classic for its low budget Special Effects, wacky theme song, and very splashy Movie Poster Art. A Space Station is invaded by tentacled green alien creatures that multiply when hit with laser guns. This leads to the grand Outer Space battle with the crew suiting up with flying jet packs to destroy THE GREEN SLIME by blowing up the Space Station. THE GREEN SLIME was heavily marketed at the time of its 1969 release, appearing on magazine covers such as Famous Monsters of Filmland#57.

THE GREEN SLIME was directed by Kinji Fukasaku, who went on to critical acclaim for another cult Film, Battle Royale. Bill Finger, one of the three Screenwriters for THE GREEN SLIME, worked with Bob Kane in 1939 on the creation of Batman, as well as writing the first BATMAN story in Detective Comics#27, his landmark first appearance.

The 40th Anniversary Screening of THE GREEN SLIME will be shown on Film, not DVD, at 12:00 P.M. ROBERT HORTON and LUCIANA PALUZZI will appear on stage at 1:30 P.M. to discuss the making of THE GREEN SLIME. ROBERT and LUCIANA will be signing autographs from 11:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. (and while there is a charge for the autograph it includes a photo). This is a rare opportunity to receive an autograph from the two leads of THE GREEN SLIME. ROBERT HORTON starred as Flint McCullogh in the Wagon Train TV Series, as well as SPY KILLER, a series of two TV Movies. LUCIANA PALUZZI is known for her role as Fiona Volpe, the henchwoman to Largo in the James Bond Film Thunderball and guest starring roles in TV Series such as The Man from U.N.C.L.E. and The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.

J. MICHAEL STRACZYNSKI, the Creator of BABYLON 5 will appear on stage at 2:00 P.M. to discuss writing the screenplay for the new Movie NINJA ASSASSIN, produced by the Wachowski Brothers (The Matrix, V for Vendetta), as well as his writing such Marvel Comic Books as THOR, AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, and DC Comics THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD. CLAYTON CRAIN, the Artist for X-FORCE/NEW MUTANTS: NECROSHA appears all day to sign autographs. The LOS ANGELES COMIC BOOK AND SCIENCE FICTION CONVENTION also features a Dealers Room full of Old and New Comic Books, Toys, Movie Memorabilia, Trading Cards, DVD's and much more. Admission is only $8.00, five years and under are free. Show Hours are 10:00 A.M.-5:00 P.M. The event takes place at the Shrine Auditorium Expo Center, across the street from USC College. Check for more information on the screening, as well as background information on the making of THE GREEN SLIME.

See Also: The Green Slime (1968)(Toei / MGM)

What Is Elvira Doing For Halloween?

Written By: Ken Hulsey

Every year, I like to check in on the 'Grande dame' of horror hostesses, Elvira, to see what she's got brewing for the Halloween season.

Actually I feel odd calling her a 'Grande dame'. She looks better than most women half her age.

Last year, Elvira, actually actress Cassandra Peterson, packed up her legendary cleavage and high-tailed it to Pennsylvania, this year, it's the fine folks in New Jersey that will get to bask in the timeless beauties presence.

New Jersey?......really.......well it seems that the 'Mistress of the Dark' has chosen an area of our fair country that doesn't have the greatest of reputations. Let's just hope Elvira doesn't get whacked.......okay......everyone remembers the joke from the movie.

Here is Elvira's itinerary for next week (courtesy of

October 30th 2009
Chiller Theatre Expo. Parsippany, NJ.
Appearance by Cassandra Peterson from 6pm - 10pm

October 30th 2009
Special TV guest appearance by Elvira. CBS 9/8pm c

October 31st 2009
Chiller Theatre Expo. Parsippany, NJ.
Appearance by Elvira, Mistress of the Dark from 1pm - 6pm

October 31st 2009
The Evil of Frankenstein. Hosted by Elvira
Elvira hosts a special Halloween episode of Chiller Theatre
on WPIX Channel 11 in New York. 8pm - 10pm EST

Here is a press release about Elvira's appearance on "Chiller Theatre":

NEW YORK - CHILLLLLLER THEATRE RETURNS! Chiller Theatre is back on PIX with the presentation of the 1964 classic “The Evil of Frankenstein” airing from 8-10 p.m. on Saturday, October 31. Chiller Theatre will be hosted by Elvira, Mistress of the Dark and will feature the original Chiller Theatre opens: “The Six-Fingered Hand” and the “Monster Montage.”

Chiller Theatre originally aired on WPIX from 1961-1978 and again from 1980-1982. After PIX resurrected Chiller Theatre in 2008 (with a broadcast of “Tarantula” hosted by Zacherley) the station received hundreds of requests from viewers demanding the return of Chiller Theatre to the air. This year, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark will host PIX’s Chiller Theatre presentation.

Elvira, who began her reign as “Queen of Halloween” in 1981, was the first horror host ever to be syndicated nationally and has emerged as one of the most original and outrageous characters in popular culture today. Her spooktacular career includes two feature films, an IMAX film and 2 motion control rides. She has recorded 5 music CDs, published 4 books and licensed over 400 products. Elvira also boasts the best selling female costume of all time. Played by actress-writer Cassandra Peterson, Elvira the legendary Mistress of the Dark will be hosting the interstitials throughout the 8-10pm PIX broadcast of “The Evil of Frankenstein”

The 1964 campy chiller “The Evil of Frankenstein” —from Hammer Film Productions, one of the most famous names in horror— Peter Cushing stars as Baron Frankenstein who resurrects his monster only to have him come under the spell of Zoltan, a svengali-like carnival hypnotist who mesmerizes the creature into doing his evil bidding.

The bloody mayhem will ensue from 8-10 p.m. on Saturday, October 31st.

Visit for exclusive web-only content including: a photo gallery and outtakes from the shoot, Elvira’s Top 10 List of Horror Movies, 11 Things You Always Wanted to Know About Elvira But Were AFRAID to Ask and the Ghoultown’s new video “Mistress of the Dark!”

It's good to see Elvira doing a 'horror hosted' program again, well, I won't see it, it's on in New York.

Hey, how about some West Coast Love next year Cassandra?

See Also: Elvira Haunts Pennsylvania...No, Not Transylvania!...This Halloween

Missing Your Rachel Grubb & Elske McCain Fix? Maybe You Should Take A Shower?

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Sources: Rachel Grubb / Elske McCain
Photo Credit (s): Clive Promhows (1) / Elske McCain (2)

It may have seemed as if Monster Island News had become a Scarlet Salem fan site as of late, with her rather frequent photos posts and movie news updates.

Well, I assure you that is not the case, we try very hard to give all the lovely horror movie actresses that have been featured here a fair shake.

As you probably have noticed, both Rachel Grubb and Elske McCain have both joined the 'staff' here at MIN. Rachel has posted a couple of really good articles over the past couple of months. Elske has been, 'missing in action', though she has some really good reasons why, I will explain more about that in a moment.

I talked to Rachel this morning and she informed me that she has another great article brewing in her mind about her experiences on the set of "Bad Girls". As soon as she is done working on yet another movie, she will share that with us.

Just to let you know, the lovely actress is in Virginia today filming the movie "Screwdriver", which I assume is about someone who kills people with a's a very naughty movie. Either way, I can't wait to see her in it.

Elske McCain has been taking some time to get her life straightened out. By that I mean, move into a new home. The move has left her sans a computer for a bit, so writing for the site has been out of the question.

Elske is also nursing a broken toe, so keep her in your prayers.

I talked to her last week, and she wanted to let everyone know that her film "Jesicka Rabid", will be coming out on DVD next week.

I think that the photos of Rachel in the shower (above), and Elske from "Strip Club Slasher" will keep you fanboys occupied for a bit.

(Yes that's Rachel again in the second photo with Elske)

Oh, and before I forget, I asked Scarlet to join the MIN team as well. No word on that yet.

See Also: What Are Celebrities Doing For Halloween? - Part 1 / On Roman Polanski / Rachel Grubb - Eyes That Can Melt Your Heart - Film Making In A Uniquely Feminine Style / Hot & Sexy Photos From Jason Stephenson's 'Strip Club Slasher' / New Behind The Scenes Photos Of Scarlet Salem From The Movie 'Strip Club Slasher' / Joanna Angel - The Princess Of Punk Porn Joins The Cast Of "Haunting Kira" / What I Want From The Next Batman Movie / Jason Vorhees And Some Top Line Screem Queens Sign On For 'Haunting Kira' / Between Heaven And Hell - More Fantasy Photos Of Rachel Grubb / Vampire Girl & Fairy Girl - New Photos Of Rachel Grubb / Scream Queen Rachel Grubb Nude....Okay, Kinda, Sorta / Now For A Completely Different Kind Of Zombie Movie - Haunting Kira Starring Rachel Grubb / Rachel Grubb - She's Got The Looks That Kill / Come Play With Me - New Photos Of Rachel Grubb / Actress Who Not Afraid To Bare It All Needed For Camp Kill / David Byron Takes A Look At Modern Femme Fatales In Queens Of Scream: The New Blood / An Interview With Model And Actress Rachel Grubb - A Gotham Goddess / Silent But Deadly Productions Presents - Silly But Delusional / Look Out! Rachel Grubb Has A Really Big Gun! / Terror Overload - Tales From Satan's Truck Stop Premiere Info And Pics / There Is Some True Grind House Being Made In Minnesota

Laeta Kalogridis To Write 3D 'Ghost In The Shell'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: Variety

Dreamworks has just signed Laeta Kalogridis (Shutter Island) to write the live-action 3D adaptation of Masamune Shirow's manga and anime, "Ghost in the Shell".

Kalogridis replaces Jamie Moss, who was hired on when Dreamworks acquired the rights to the Japanese series last year. The writer, who has recently worked with Martin Scorsese, joins a production team that includes producers Avi Arad, Ari Arad and Steven Paul of Seaside Entertainment .

Here is the plot:

Ghost in the Shell is a futuristic police thriller dealing with the exploits of the cyborg Motoko Kusanagi, a member of a covert operations division of the Japanese National Public Safety Commission known as Section 9. The unit specializes in fighting technology-related crimes. Kusanagi may be named after one of the three Imperial Regalia of Japan, and Shirow makes reference to them at the end of the second manga. Although supposedly equal to all other members, Kusanagi fills the leadership role in the team, and is usually referred to as "the Major" due to her past rank in the Japanese Self-Defense Forces. She is capable of superhuman feats, and bionically specialized for her job, her body is almost completely mechanized; only her brain and a segment of her spinal cord remain organic.

Great idea for a live-action movie, I just hope Hollywood can do it justice.

See Also: The Much Anticipated Anime 'Redline' Premieres In Front Of 5,000 Fans At The Locarno International Film Festival / Ghost in the Shell SAC Motoko Kusanagi Action Figure / Big Names Lined Up For Keitai Sousakan 7 / Bandai Invades The New York Anime Festival

Yoshiyuki Tomino Celebrates 30 Years Of Gundam With 'Ring Of Gundam'

Written By: Ken Hulsey
Source: TVkon / Anime News Network

I first off, want to apologize for taking almost two weeks to get this clip online. Sometimes life comes at ya pretty fast, and a person can get behind on things. As you probably already know, I do that a lot.

Well, I want to finally showcase a very special bit of Japanese anime here on Monster Island News today. As many of you probably already know, this year marks the 30th anniversary of the giant robot series, "Gundam".

To honour this prestigious event, the creator of "Gundam", Yoshiyuki Tomino, teamed up with the Robot anime studio to produce "Ring of Gundam", a five minute mix of traditional animation and computer animation.

According to sources in Japan, Yoshiuki played a trick on fans of the series at the Gundam Big Expo in Tokyo, telling them that they were seeing a sneak preview of the short, when in fact, they were seeing the entire finished product.

No one was the wiser, until the short film was released earlier this month.

Here is the plot:

The story of "Ring of Gundam" takes place in a new era long after the events of the first Mobile Suit Gundam series' One-Year War. In this world setting, a giant 600-kilometer-wide ring now floats in lunar orbit. An Earth Federation Forces member named Eiji discovers an object called "Beauty Memory" buried in a high-altitude, massive rockbed on Earth. Actor Daijirō Kawaoka plays Eiji, while Yuka Hirata (Cross Game, Hajime no Ippo: New Challenger) plays the heroine Yuria. The keywords of the story are "Amuro's memories." (Amuro Ray is the main protagonist of the first Gundam story.)

"Ring of Gundam" was written and directed by Yoshiyuki Tomino, with mech designs by Kunio Okawara and music by Yoko Kanno .

Lucky for you, I have the entire clip here for you to savor. Only bad thing is, it is entirely in Japanese.

See Also: Gundam 00 GN-X 1:144 Scale Model Kit / Gundam SDCC 2008 Exclusive Clear Gundam RX-78 2 Figure / Life Size Gundam Statue Set To Be Erected In Tokyo Park / Japanese Teen Model Akina Minami Appears In A Gundam Costume At Premiere / Could The Japanese Anime Series Gundam Shape Our Future? / Nothing Perks Up A Train Station Like A 3 Meter Tall Gundam Statue / Masamitsu Hidaka To Appear At Anime Expo / Bandai To Replace Defective Gundam DVDs / Gackt To Release A Mobile Suit Gundam Tribute CD

Lobotronic Film Show 7 To Feature The Best In Indie Horror

Written By: Mr Lobo

We kick off the Sacramento Horror Film Fest with The Seventh “Lobotronic Film Show” showcases a parade of bizarre short films, monster movie trailers, vintage commercials and twisted cartoons that might otherwise go unseen by mainstream audiences. Film clips will be provided by prominent ..Northern California.. film collectors, that have put on “Psychotronic”-style film shows since the 1970's mostly in the San Francisco Bay Area. The Lobotronic show for the 2007 Sacramento Film Fest packed the house and inspired enthusiastic response! Because the crowd was so enthusiastic laughs and howls from the crowd. This year’s SHFF engagement promises to be even better with EXCLUSIVE horror content. Hosted By Mr. Lobo and The Queen Of Trash. Performances by The Common Men and the Phantom Jets!

Thursday, Oct 22, 7pm

Historic Colonial Theatre
....3522 Stockton Blvd.....
....Sacramento.., ..CA.. ..95820........
.. ..
October 23-25 ....Sacramento.... Horror Film Festival, Colonial Theater....




Altar (18 min)

* A janitor re-examines his life when a toilet he cleans daily becomes possessed.
* Directed by Nathan Bezner

One Dark Night (22 min)

* A hilarious and macabre gothic fairytale about an undead man and his pursuit of love, with help from his misfit friends.
* Directed by John Moxness

Panacea (2 min)

* Directed by Kent Hastings

My Grandmother (7 min)

* Visiting her grandmother’s grave, Isabella is haunted by morbid feelings in the heart...
* Directed by Can Evrenol

Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet (80 min)

* Fueled by intense and energetic performances from Samantha Facchi, Nate Dushku, Bill Moseley and Danielle Harris, “Blood Night” is a non-stop splatter fest filled with sex, guts, and heads that roll! “Blood Night” puts a neck-breaking spin on the gory and gut-wrenching slasher pieces from the legendary decade of 1980?s horror!
* Directed by Frank Sabatella


aQua ad lavandum - in brevi (16m)

* Confront a part of yourself you always hoped would not exist!
* Directed by Florian Metzner

X-Mess Detritus (2 min)

* MTV and SciFi Channel veteran, Voltaire, takes a dark look at gift-giving and the negative effect it has on the Earth in this one-minute Christmas parable. Animated in stop-motion by Voltaire and narrated by ....Gerard Way.... of My Chemical Romance.
* Directed by Aurelio Voltaire

Windows of the Soul (12 min)

* A young couple goes camping for the weekend and find out more about each other than they ever imagined.
* Directed by Sarah MacDonald

Danse Macabre (8 min)

* For a period of time, while we believe it to be perfectly still, lifeless flesh responds, stirs, and contorts in a final macabre ballet. Are these spasms mrely erratic motions or do they echo the chaotic twists and turns of a past life?
* Directed by Pedro Pires

Cold October (30 min)

* What he see's could save her life, if only he could believe.
* Directed by Mikel J. Wisler

Monster Mash (14 min)

* A Monty-Pythonesque/Feminist parody of slasher films.
* Directed by Ethan Ireland


1881 Zombies (8 min)

* 1881 Zombies” is what you get when you take Clint Eastwood from “High Planes Drifter” and place him in the world of “28 Days Later".
* Directed by Dusty Duprel

À mère et marées (19 min)

* Fred's life takes a tragic turn when he realises that he turns into something inhuman. While her mother wants to hide him from all prying eyes, Fred only thinks about a thing: the sea.
* Directed by Alain Fornier

The Hell Patrol (25 min)

* Lt. Sandy Fletcher (Pisha Warden) leads her squad of beat up 'Hell Patrollers' across a post-zombalyptic wasteland.
* Directed by Turner Van Ryan

Monstrous Nature (15 min)

* Kidnapped from her church, a nun wakes up in the deep woods handcuffed to a dangerous man who reveals his intentions when the full moon rises...
* Directed by Jason Cuadrado

Glitch (13 min)

* A heavily fatigued man, who aspires to better living, is visited by a stranger in his bathroom mirror.
* Directed by Joe Fordham

Clowns VS. Ninjas (4 min)

* Music Video
* Directed by David Brocca

The Waterboard (14 min)

* 'The Waterboard' concerns issues of extra-judicial torture intersecting with the problem of human evil.
* Directed by Armando Valle


· LIVE performance by JINCHI!


* ....Backwoods.. ..Ozark.. ..Mountain.... town with century-old history of religious fanaticism inadvertently creates a modern sadistic society of in-bred misfits who prey on stray travelers. Four young college students lured into exploring the legend of the Albino Farm uncover the disturbing past and end up enduring a horrific night of which only one will survive. (Chris Jericho co-stars)
* Q&A with cast and crew!



House of Harrington (20 min)

* Documentary. Profile of the late iconoclastic director Curtis Harrington, featuring images from many of his poetic and haunting films
* Directed by Jeffrey Schwarz & Tyler Hubby

Abraham's Boys (15 min)

* Abraham van Helsing – infamous, angry, brilliant - is a man haunted by the darkest of secrets… secret s that he will, one cold night just after the turn of the century, unfold at last to his two sons, Maximilian and Rudolph.
* Directed by ....Dorothy Street....

Next Floor (12 min)

* During an opulent and luxurious banquet, complete with cavalier servers and valets, eleven pampered guests participate in what appears to be a ritualistic gastronomic carnage.
* Directed by Denis Villeneuve

Morgue Story (78 min)

* Ana Argento, an accomplished cartoon artist yet frustrated with her relationships, meets two other strange characters with peculiar lives. Tom is a chronic cataleptic who ironically is a life insurance salesman, and Daniel Torres is a sociopath and rapist coroner who has a peculiar method.



* Create effects on a small budget. Live demonstration of the creation of the undead. 20Presented by Morb-X.


Strings of Clarity (4 min)

* An old lonely mortician slowly descends into madness when he decides to build a wife out of the bodies he is working on.
* Directed by Paul O. Stevens

Alone (7 min)

* Directed by John Gonzales

Death in Charge (15 min)

* The Grim Reaper is mistaken for a babysitter and learns a thing or two about life when left to spend the evening with a precious 9 year-old girl.
* Directed by Devi Snively

Cryptic (83 min)

* A teenager whose mother died in a mysterious accident discovers her old cellphone can call into her past.
* Directed by Danny Kuchuck


Methodic 1.5 (16 min)

* Taking place in between the events of the first film and the forth coming sequel, Methodic 1.5 tells the story of a parolee, given a second chance at life, who falls victim to the viral, infectious control of the evil Dollman.
* Directed by Chris .R. Notarile

Backseat (3 min)

* A contemporary suspense-action-thriller based on the urban legend of the backseat strangler.
* Directed by Chris .R. Notarile

Auburn Hills Breakdown (16 min)

* It's the story of Junior, the chainsaw wielding but fiercely loyal son, who struggles to hold his family together when they are forced to hide out in the terrifying co untry home of a deeply superficial but very lonely yuppie couple.
* Directed by Geoff Redknap

Remote (19 min)

* Temporarily connected in time, a man tries to prevent the murder of a young woman living in his house 30 years in the past.
* Directed by Marc Roussel

Smooth Operator (7 min)

* Some relations hips can just tear you apart.
* Directed by Alyn Darnay

Le Quelounne (11 min)

* This film sheds light on the psychological aspect of one of the most mythical antagonist exploited the low-budget film ...
* Directed by Patrick Bolvin

Black Out (9 min)

* Jack has never had alcohol before. Nikki convinces him to drink at a party. It doesn't go well.
* Directed by Max Karson

8:00PM - REPO!

"Suprise! You're Dead!"

* Performance by Jeslen Michelle


* Peformed by BrieAnne Welch

6:30? Mr. Lobo solemnizes a real HORROR WEDDING! Congrats Bethany and Will


* In the not-so-distant future, a worldwide epidemic of organ failures devastates the planet. Out of the tragedy, a savior emerges: GENECO, a biotech company that offers organ transplants...for a price. Those who miss their payments are scheduled for repossession...and hunted by the REPO man!

Appearances by:

* Terrance Zdunich Darren Smith Andreja Punrkis Alisa Burket
* Autographs to follow the screening. Autographs are complimentary if you bring an item to sign. Otherwise items will be available for purchase.



Evil Angel (123 min)

* Evil Angel takes the ancient myth of Lilith into the 21st century with a murderously sexy and seductive villainess who, as the earth's first woman, proudly lays claim to being the world's first serial killer. (Starring Ving Rhames)
* Directed by Richard Dutcher


Repo! The Genetic Opera’s star and co-creator TERRANCE ZDUNICH talks about his life=E 2s journey as an artist, his creative process, his rise to cult fame as GraveRobber, and his upcoming graphic novel. Witness some never-before-seen images with Q&A to follow. (45 min lecture)


....New Hope.... Landing (20 min)

* Story about a man who returns home and kills his family with an axe.
* Directed by John Laben & Darren Shepherd

Eye on Babette (5 min)

* Feed the cats. Check the rooms. Keep an eye on the doll. It was the perfect h ousesitting gig... until the doll vanished.
* Directed by Adam P. Cray

Last Seen (5 min)

* The trail of blood leads to an abandoned mill where Det. Burnes hunts for the murder suspect he let go. But who is the real prey?
* Directed by Adam P. Cray

To Begin to Live (20 min)

* Three teenagers must battle through a night of terror after unknowingly summoning a malevolent spirit.
* Directed by Chelsea Mead

Elder Sign (2 min)

* If you suffer from an overwhelming sense of dread brought on by the realization of your own insignificance in the universe, then you need Elder Sign.
* Directed by Joseph Nanni

The Killer Bra (21 min)

* After Laura accidentally kills a shopper while fighting with her over a fancy bra, the shopper's ghost inhabits the bra in order to kill all those who wear it...ultimately, the bra's mission is getting revenge on Laura.
* Directed by Yakov Levi

Findings (22 min)

* ....Reno.... 911! meets Ghost Hunters with a dash of Poltergeist.
* Directed by Scotty Baker


"A Horror Love Story"

* 2009 ....Sacramento.... Horror Film Festival Filmmaker Challenge

Lust of the Undead (....Stockton.., ..CA....)

* Directed by Anthony and Margaret Trevino

Extreme Measures (....Elk Grove.., ..CA.... )

* Directed by Zachary Barnes

Locum (....Columbus.., ..OH....)

* Directed by Leyna Haller

Scapegoat (....Boise.., ..ID....)

* Directed by Tom Sanford and Travis Wright

Love and Death (....Boca Raton.., ..FL....)

* Directed by Tommy Nelson

Animals I Refer To (....Sacramento.., ..CA....)

* Directed by Aaron Amaro

Patient Break Up (....Sacramento.., ..CA....)

* Directed by Dwight Taylor

Zombies... A Love Story (....El Dorado.... Hills, CA)

* Directed by Gary Nyland

Till Death Do Us (....Sacramento.., ..CA....)

* Directed by Cody Dorkin


Zombie Kings: The King of the Zombies (17 min)

* A disappointed bumbling Mad Scientist creates a giant Super-Zombie to destroy the city, but within the Zombie fighters and citizen refugees, a special bond is formed, and a secret is revealed that could be the only hope for mankind.
* Directed by Paul Streiner

Zombitches (5 min)

* Music Video
* Directed by Curtin Jensen

The Decay (6 min)

* Directed by Brian Hilton

Dead EXIT (17 min)

* The reanimated infestation has reached a crisis point, overwhelming both local law enforcement and federal agencies. Left behind, alone, and abandoned by the authorities, the three survivors must deal with the multitude of ravenous undead just steps behind them.
* Directed by Wes Young

Plan 9.1 From Outer Space

* Ernie "Hardware Wars" Fosselius' wooden send-up of Ed Wood's cult classic Plan 9.
* Q&A with Ernie Fosselius


* See MANIAC as you have never seen it before with LIVE commentary with MR.

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