I went to the Tampa Bay Comic con last weekend. Here are some of the best cosplays I saw and a full sized Crite!
Monday, August 03, 2015
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Saturday, July 18, 2015
|I loved the LED stars|
This was the first time that I actually got to see one of the Universal monster films with an audience.
It was good crowd and the people seemed to really enjoy it. It was great to see that people can still appreciate the classics.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
A while back a good friend of mine gave me a Friday the 13th/Nightmare on Elm Street trivia game. Since it's something that I hadn't seen before I thought I would share some photos of it.
More photos inside!
|Front of box|
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Many of the Star Trek cast have appeared in horror movies, but none of them have been in more than William Shatner.
|That's what you get for flying coah|
Shatner’s first foray into horror was in a Twilight Zone episode. “Nightmare at 20,000 feet” has become a classic and was even remade in the 1983 Twilight Zone movie.
His next horror role was not nearly as sucessful. Incubus released in 1966 was doomed mostly because it was subtitled in English and spoken entirely in Esperanto. Add in the fact it wasn’t a particularly good movie and it vanished quickly.
1975’s The Devil’s Rain also starred John Travolta, Tom Skerritt and Ernest Borgnine as the devil. The biggest marketing gimmick for the film was that Anton LaVey was a technical advisor. LaVey was the high priest of the Church of Satan at the time. The film was a staple on late night TV for years and really deserves a good Blu-Ray release.
Despite all of his horror film roles there was one thing in 1978 that cemented his place in horror history. Tommy Lee Wallace used a cheap Captain Kirk mask and altered it into the now classic Myers mask.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
The strength of the film comes from two areas. One is the script by Eric Stolze. Stolze takes a different direction than many werewolf movies. He keeps the action focused on one character, and you really get into his head this way. The other is the performance of Nick Damici. Damici really does a great job as Ambrose.
It's also great to see a film that relies on practical effects instead of CG. Be on the lookout for some cameos from famous faces of yesterday.
This is on Netflix right now, but do yourself a favor and buy it.