My question, who is the dude in the Poliziotteschi getup shooting at Bubba on the TCM cover?
Saturday, December 19, 2009
My question, who is the dude in the Poliziotteschi getup shooting at Bubba on the TCM cover?
Friday, December 18, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
- King Diamond - No Presents For Christmas
- Count Floyd & The Pink Floyds - Reggae Christmas Eve in Transylvania
- Shonen Knife - Space Christmas
- Halford - What Child Is This
- Bootsy Collins - Dis Christmiss
- August Burns Red - Carol of the Bells
- Bobby 'Boris' Pickett - Monster's Holiday
- Wham! - Last Christmas
- Jet Boys - Merry Christmas, Fuck You
- Run DMC - Christmas in Hollis
- Los Straitjackets - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
- Manic Street Preachers - Christmas Ghost
- Greg Lake (minus Emerson or Palmer) - I Believe In Father Christmas
- Mojo Nixon - Christmas Christmas
- The Ramones - Merry Christmas (I Don't Wanna Fight)
- Pretty Maids - In Santa's Claws
- Joel Robinson, Thomas Servo, Crow "Theodore" Robot & The Satellite of Love Orchestra - (Let's Have) A Patrick Swayze Christmas
- The Raveonettes - The Christmas Song
- Spinal Tap - Christmas With The Devil
- Mogwai - Christmas Song
- London After Midnight - The Christmas Song
- Chinese Kids Choir - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
- Wizzard featuring vocal backing by The Suedettes plus The Stockland Green Bilateral School First Year Choir with additional noises by Miss Snob & Class 3C - I Wish it Could Be Christmas Everyday
- Gregorian - In The Bleak Midwinter
- Universal Robot Band - Disco Christmas
- Tankard - Fuck Christmas
- Monty Python - Christmas in Heaven
- Tom Waits - Christmas Card From a Hooker in Minneapolis
- Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence
- Type O Negative - Red Water (Christmas Mourning)
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
- Leif Garret & Fat White Guy - Cheerleader Rap from Cheerleader Camp
- Peter Yellen and The Breakers - Fall Break from The Mutilator
- Toxic Avenger Part II theme
- Dan Skye - Toxic Avenger Part III theme
- Calamari Wrestler - DVD music video
- Cynthia Zirow - Into The Black from Ozone aka Street Zombies.
- Billy Barber - Beat of the Heart from Scared Stiff
- Bill Marx/Marilynn Lovell - Torment from Scream Blacula Scream
- Cry No More - Recipe for Romance from Bloody New Year
- Lisa Edwards - Playing With Fire from Dead-End Drive-In
- Dirt Bike Annie - Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things from Die and Let Live
- Karaoke Terror End Credits
- Drunk Horse - National Lust from Murder Party
- Didus & The Fabulous Mascarenes - So and So from There's Nothing Out There
- Maestro Fresh Wes - She's Gonna Freak You from Prom Night III
- Kit Fuller - Love Me Deadly from Love Me Deadly
- Shandi - Living on the Edge from Making the Grade
- Shayna Zaid - Among the Dead from Flight of the Living Dead
- Marilynn Lovell - My Dream from Terror at Red Wolf Inn
- Doug Riley - Cannibal Girls End Credit Theme
- L.A. Posse - Lost in Time from Waxwork II
- Ted "Rhyme Throwah" Raimi - Bustin' Brains from The Man With The Screaming Brain
- The McCain Brothers - The Legend of Guandi from My Name is Bruce
Thursday, December 03, 2009
Wednesday, December 02, 2009
A few sample pages:
Tuesday, December 01, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
Split over 5 parts, you'll need all 5 to extract the file:
Saturday, November 07, 2009
Friday, November 06, 2009
- I Heart Cthulu
- Spider On The Ceiling
- Dread Media Interview
- The Siege and Investiture of Baron Von Frankenstein's Castle at Weisseria
- Birmingham Jail
- Dinner With Drac
- A Word From Our Sponsor
- Dread Media Interview #2
- The God In The Bowl
- We Heart Music Interview #1
- Pornstar 80 (Stardust Demo)
- One Quarter, One Play (8-Bit Kill Screen Version)
- The Tomb of Dracula
- We Heart Music Interview #2
- Zombie Apocalypse Blues
- Murderworld USA
- Charlie's Angels (Live)
- Jack The Ripper (Live)
- Pornstar 80 (Live)
- The Devil You Know (Live)
- Science Fiction Double Feature
Tuesday, November 03, 2009
Sunday, November 01, 2009
Is it just me or is "Blood is sharper than the blade" the worst tagline ever? I've seen thousands of silly or corny taglines, but this one doesn't even make sense.
I'd considered this before, but I felt it seems a bit like begging. Not outright "hey man, do you have any change so I can buy a sandwich" begging, more like "guy playing a saxaphone while collecting donations in his upturned hat" kind of begging. Begging, but with a service attached. But now, with my current job/car situation I have to try and pull in a bit of extra income however I can.
I know, it seems weird to add the donate button now that I haven't had an actual post in about 2 weeks, but rest assured I am ready to get back into action and start posting regularly again, probably starting today.
Monday, October 12, 2009
Still with me? Not only did they get Bond's brother, they even managed to get Miss Moneypenny herself Lois Maxwell on board - as Ms. Maxwell. What the hell? Twice? Really?
The bad news, the movie is, as you'd imagine, pretty awful. The good news, more hot broads than you can count. Sometimes dressed as cats, even, if that does something for you. The producers (and four writers) knew this film was a turd and filled the screen with as many attractive women as they could.
I've made it clear many times that I'm a Mike preferer, but I laughed my ass off at this Joel episode. A lot. This movie, while being a turd, is rather entertaining, and the MST guys seem to have really had a lot of fun with this one. I highly recommend any fan of the show grab this at once.
As an added bonus for this episode, regular visitors of the site will be excited to see both Ennio Morricone and Bruno Nicolai's names in the opening credits of the film.
Sorry guys, Shout! Factory put this one out, links removed.
Friday, October 02, 2009
And now, The Crazies has a remake trailer. What is this, the 4th remake of a George Romero film? What's next, Knightriders?
The trailer kinda starts off looking like "Stroke Victims: The Movie" in a couple of scenes but it does end with some decent looking zombie onslaught action, so at least there's that. I'm taking a point off for the completely awkward use of Gary Jules cover of Mad World towards the end. A fine cover, but it does not work at all with the images onscreen. In fact, it works so little with the images onscreen that it kind of makes everyone involved look like a bunch of assholes.
Monday, September 28, 2009
We have a trailer. Looks pretty decent, some of the shots of Freddy in the shadows are very striking, but I'm not too sure about the one actual face shot we get at the end. He looks almost...cute? Like a burnt muppet or something. I can't quite put my finger on it, but he looks like a cute loveable character I've seen before.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
I haven't put any Mystery Science Theater up in quite some time, so here is the 12th episode of the final season. This is their take on Jeff Lieberman's Squirm. A tale of a dorky scrawny city boy and his daft scrawny bumpkin girlfriend in a fight against mutant earthworms - occasionally portrayed by spaghetti noodles. There's also a burly mildly retarded Steve Young/Alvin The Chipmunk looking man, who may or may not be a rapist, depending on what part of the movie you're at. Is he dumb and socially awkward, or is he a sex offender with a record? The movie didn't seem to know, why should we?
In addition, we also get a hilarious short called A Case of Spring Fever in which an obnoxious demonic sprite named Coily shows an obnoxious old moron I think was named Joe - because in the 50's everyone was named Joe - just how important springs are to the world. Turns out, without them the world would cease to function.
This was the second to last episode of the show and the riffing is as strong as ever. I could be biased, Mike episodes with crappy 70's-80's horror/monster movies were always my favorite. I think if you liked Boggy Creek II, or A Touch of Satan you should certainly get a kick out of this one. Come for the over the top southern accents, stay for the legendary "worm in my egg cream" scene.
Interesting thing about this movie, it being shown on MST really pissed off director Jeff Lieberman. Jeff was apparently displeased with his film being shown on MST because "you can't goof on what's already a goof". I've seen Squirm, and if it was supposed to be intentionally comical - a "goof" if you will - some wires must've gotten crossed somewhere because it's not. Maybe in theory it's funny. Take the "creatures run amok" formula, except instead of a killer shark or a big ass grizzly, what if it were something harmless, like regular sized worms. That can roar for some reason. However the actual movie just seems like a regular fairly dull creature picture that just happens to be funny because it's kinda stupid.
I'm not trying to sound like a dick or anything here. I respect him as a filmmaker - Blue Sunshine, Just Before Dawn and Remote Control are all very entertaining - I'm just saying I didn't think Squirm was a goof. Either way, the movie does have a pretty metal poster.
He's one of the few guys who I feel the need to yell out the name of when I see them in a movie. I'm pretty sure I did this in the theater during Wedding Crashers. Him and Udo Kier. Udo wasn't in Wedding Crashers, I mean I yell out his name during movies also.
I think a week-long movie watching marathon tribute dedicated to Henry is in order for us all. Some possible choices:
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't
The Long Goodbye
Monster in the Closet
I've never really been a fan of Megadeth. Dave Mustaine's usually ridiculous vocals always kill the music for me. But their early albums are always on "best thrash album" lists, and I'm a laid back dude, I'm willing to give a band I don't like a second chance. But since I'm not a fan, I thought I'd just download an album or two to see if my opinion had changed. I know, I know, downloading readily available music is bad, but spending money on music you might hate is worse. So I clicked on the first Blogger site I saw, found a couple albums to check out and clicked the link. The site I found it on didn't use one of the major downloading services, but I've always had good luck with not having anything really bad happening to me when downloading. The next thing I know, Bam!
Computer turns itself off. I get the computer back up, run like 4 different anti-virus/anti-malware/etc. programs. I am able to kill most of the problems but this one son of a bitch will. Not. Die. Somehow killing the others off just makes this one stronger. Now I can't get Firefox to open. I can't get Opera to open. I'm stuck using IE, for god's sake. Now none of the anti-virus programs will stay open for more than 5 seconds. Whoever developed this trojan (Dave Mustaine, I'm looking in your direction), good job, you win. You murdered my computer.
The moral of the story, I guess, would be "Don't illegally download music". However, we all know we're going to end up doing it at some time for some reason, so when you must download music steer clear of non-Rapid, Mega, Mediafire, and maybe 4shared links for downloading.
Luckily Nero is somehow unaffected by this, so at least I don't lose all of my files. So, I had to go in, back up a shit-ton of files (I had almost 8GB of Photoshop DVD cover related files alone) and eventually go in there and completely format the hard drive. Damn you Dave Mustaine.
Anyway, I'm back up and running, so here are issues 14-20 of House of Hammer. I believe the cover for issue 14 has the only known painting of a caveman getting hit in the crotch by a dancing tyrannosaurus. So it's got that going for it. Also, issue 18 wins the award for "Worst Werewolf". Drunken Security Guard Werewolf from the 1996 movie Werewolf step aside.
People have been clamoring for more Mystery Science Theater, so stayed tuned for that. And by the way, the feds have put the kibosh on my Tokyo Gore Police OST post, so sorry to anyone who missed it, but I'm not going to try and post it again.