Tag - 32 Days of Halloween

Gorilla (1939)

32 Days of Halloween X, Day 2: The Gorilla...

Let’s begin with something light, though filling. From The Muppet Show, we have a glorious performance of Cole Porter’s classic, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” brought to you by Richard Hunt as Behemoth and Jim...

Jason X

32 Days of Halloween X Begins Here! (Holy...

September 30th is upon us. And you thought it was dead. You thought the stake was in its heart, that you cut off its head and stuffed a Kenny G CD into its mouth…but you should know better. It cannot stay dead. And sooner or later...

Christopher Lee and Vincent Price, playing chess

32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Day 32:...

Usually, today is the day I post a bunch of odds and ends that fell out the bottom and didn’t fit anywhere else. But then I ran across this video…and it felt like it needed to be shared…and that it would be disrespectful to...

X the Unknown (1956)

32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Movie Night...

As a long distance dedication to Rox, here we go back to Hammer Films for our penultimate night of movies…it’s 1956 and X the Unknown. It’s written by Hammer scribe Jimmy Sangster (who brought you, among other things, the...

Lux Radio Theatre

32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Day 31: Lux...

One of the things I love to speculate about is alternate versions of pop culture. What if they had used William Gibson’s somewhat mental Alien 3 script? What if Terry Gilliam had directed Watchmen? Hell, what if Sylvester Stallone had...

Raymond Johnson, host of Inner Sanctum

32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Day 30:...

Inner Sanctum was a rather large media franchise: Simon and Schuster had their mystery novels, there was a series of movies, a television series, and a series of films starring Lon Chaney Jr. But my favorite iteration is the old-time radio...

Necromancy (1972)

32 Days of Halloween Part VIII, Movie Night...

And you thought Michael Gambon in Toys was a weird guy to run a toy factory. But being militaristic is almost normal when compared to Orson Welles, who runs the toy factory in a small town and is trying to use his position of power to return...