Listen up Horror Heads! Here they are – the amazing and super rare Horror Head Pillows!
Not really toys…these Dark Shadows Horror Head Pillows are simply AMAZING! They were sold separately, and marketed with a killer TV commercial.
With Barnabas the Vampire, Quentin the Werewolf and the Witch from Lara Parker’s portrayal of Angelique, These pillows were and are a MUST HAVE for monster and Dark Shadows fans! The pillows made by Centsable Toys are just maddeningly GREAT! I loved them when I was a kid but sadly I only had Quentin the Werewolf. I think they came out into the stores and disappeared quite rapidly! I remain to this day fascinated by these!
You can display em, throw em, hang em etc. Today, you probably want to keep them in a glass case…They are that RARE!
I am back and I bring with me a Brazilian horror movie! Beyond the Grave was released in the United States in September 2010.
The plot revolves around a police officer hunting a possessed serial killer in a post-apocalyptic landscape. Along the way, he meets and picks up others that are trying to survive in this new world. However, his ultimate goal is to find and eliminate the serial killer.
I’ll start off by saying this film was extremely slow moving for the first hour. There were zombies but I wasn’t sure of their purpose because they never aggressively bit anyone. The living people seemed to be hiding from them but I don’t know why. Only one person was bitten and it seemed to be an accident. In fact, I don’t think the zombies even knew their purpose. Anytime they were killed it was because they stood there and allowed it. I won’t go any further except to say that overall this film reminded me somewhat of Fallen or God forbid — Jason Goes to Hell. Everytime the serial killer was killed, the person who was responsible became the killer.
I didn’t like this movie. For me it had some bizarre imagery but was a confusing mess otherwise. Most of the time, I had no idea what was going on. It was only at the end that some things made sense. There are subtitles but that wasn’t the problem for me. There was violence but much of it was off camera. There was also no humor or nudity. In some things I read it was compared to a spaghetti western. I don’t like those so perhaps that was the issue. I had no expectations going into this movie but ended up quite disappointed anyway because I am not even sure it is horror.
We are going back to college here on the Resurrection of Zombie 7 Podcast! We hear there is a big rave happening on Halloween with DJ Jeremy at the helm — count us in! Join Ron and Little Miss Horror Nerd as they try out their best Romanian accents and prepare themselves to take the Z and maybe even get oral sex from Becky. You never know what might happen. Whatever does happen, with these two, we know it will be explicit and generally make no sense, whatsoever! Join in the conversation which will lean to attempted humor in the movie, proper drug dealing techniques, this movie’s connections (or lack thereof) to the previous movie and the appearance of breasts in a made for SYFY film.
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Welcome to a simpler time. A time where the sound of wind against shutters could keep you up at night wondering what could be out there. What could be watching. Waiting.
Welcome to a time where the dark was darker, the cold was colder and the fear more chilling. Nothing is as frightening as what you can create deep in the black crevices of your mind. Welcome to…
OLD TIMEY TUESDAYS
CBS Radio Mystery Theater was a revival of the old suspense/thriller/horror radio drama that ran from 1974-1982 and included voice celebrities such as Margaret Hamilton, Casey Kasem, Sarah Jessica Parker, Jerry Stiller and John Lithgow.
The Crack in the Wall first aired May 20, 1974. It’s the story of a girl who dies in a house fire. Her grieving parents move into a new home, only to find a crack in the wall in the basement. Through this crack they can hear screams — like that of their deceased daughter!