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Monsters Fri Oct 20 2017 07:00:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
It's Zombie Wednesday in The Dungeon! Zombies, zombies, zombies, and more zombies, and when that's not enough, there's even more zombies!The original Italian title "Le Notti Del Terrore," translates to "The Nights Of Terror," not "A Piece Of
Bernie Wrightson passed away on Saturday, March 18, 2017. He was 68 years old. Wrightson had been ill for some time and had only recently announced that he was effectively retired, not to produce new art or attend conventions. You can read his obitua
For those of us Monster Kids that were lucky enough to spend the 60's in Southern California, we were witness to some of the freakiest fads to come out of that era. One of the wackiest -- but coolest -- was Custom Car Culture, brought to the mainstre
Look no further than MAD magazine for some of the best horror humor and monster parodies. They have amassed enough spoofs on spooks over the years to collect them in a hardback book (Horrifyingly Mad, 2011).Horrifyingly Mad back cover.Numerous other
Henry Hull endorses this shaving cream and the drawing of him from the "Werewolf of London" is based on an early version of Jack Pierce's design that was used as a basis for "The Wolf Man".
Okay kids, it's time to check out The Horror and Sci-Fi Movies of Herman Cohen, there are some very cool monster moments he's responsible for, so, sit back and enjoy the show!First off, Herman was co-producer for BELA LUGOSI MEETS A BROOKLYN GORILLA
Just in time for Halloween, here is a great recipe for a delicious plate of gores d'odeuvres!Use miniature M&Ms (green are fun) to make the irises in these monster eyes. Begin with very soft butter or the ingredients will be difficult to blen
These special statues were created as a promotional item for the 1976 version of "King Kong".
Well, my refrigimerator (Back in the day when local people did their own ads on TV, we had one guy who actually said refrigerator like that!) is screaming at me that furniture and appliances need equal time, so I guess it's time for:"DEATH BED!" So,
During my last stop at a local B&N, I casually flipped through a heavy, thick copy of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND, thinking that it was going to be the first of the "monster art editions" that was being promoted not long after the demise of t
No, Frankenstein is not about to cry, but he is showing us that he has lost his sense of sight.From "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".
One good swat deserves another! I posted THE FLY on Monday, so, it's time for THE FLY II. This follow up story goes like this... A few months after the Brundle Fly insect met its demise by a shotgun blast, Veronica, pregnant with Seth's baby, dies wh
Announced recently was a plan for the 60's monster sitcom, THE MUNSTERS, to be resurrected at NBC. Now, many are hesitant to embrace this idea, and for good reason. All attempts at subsequent returns have been more dismal than the front yard at 1313
A fun behind the scenes shot from "The Mole People".
Welcome to Warrior Wednesday down in The Dungeon! Tonight I've got the ultimate Halloween story for you! It's a tale about a bunch of boys out trick or treating who get lost and spend the entire movie trying to get back home, kind of like Ha
The Salem Witch Museum at night.What's Halloween without a few witches? And how about if the witches are from Salem, Massachusetts, home of the legendary, and infamous, Salem Witch Trials?The town is not only a living piece of early American history,
The official photo of the Aurora Mummy model.  This was maybe the model that was the most fun for me to build.
Here's a perfect Halloween Countdown flick, it's about Seth Brundle, a brilliant, eccentric scientist who attempts to woo investigative journalist Veronica Quaife by offering her a scoop on his latest research in the field of matter transportation! B
Keep smiling, you've almost made it!
Boy would I love to add this to my collection!
 Rosina Sul Fiocco E Qui Andiamo!It's tomb for another Saturday Night Special Halloween Countdown from way down deep in the nasty, dirty, and dusty catacombs of The Dungeon!The devil fiddles at midnight, does he not, and it was just a harves
Ilona Massey with Bela Lugosi from "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".
It's Friday, and, time for more Halloween Countdown fodder for the masses!.. This story is about Judd, he runs the run down Starlight Hotel out in a swampy place outside of town and is unfortunately a real nut job, and, has a crocodile conveniently p
 I'm gonna get my first part of this Halloween Countdown started with some scary 80's shit called,"ALONE IN THE DARK!""Alone In The Dark" is a weirdass movie that comes across as a violent TV movie that includes nudity and cussing! Three of
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Here's a great publicity shot for "Creature From the Black Lagoon".  I don't think his partner is Julie Adams in this photo though.
Welcome to Halloween Countdown 2017, here, at the Dungeon!.. We're going to try and give you a pile of wild 'n' weird movies and junk for you to enjoy, so, I'll start the show with 10 more movies Tabonga! loves to watch again!I love THE CRAWLING EYE,
Another giant-size issue of SCARY MONSTERS is now available from the folks at MYMOVIEMONSTERS.COM. Since being acquired by new owners a few issues ago, SM hasn't skipped a step, or changed a beat -- which is a good thing.In a spectacular, simian-insp
The Slayer is There!
Tonight's Saturday Night Special is Roger Moore's fourth appearance as James Bond in the 1979 film"MOONRAKER!"My upfront and honest opinion of "Moonraker" is that it's not even close to being my favourite James Bond movie, but then I think they shoul
I was one of the many thousands of readers that was seduced by the spell of Anne Rice's vampire novels. One part horror and one part eroticism, they were captivatingly told in a way that entertained both male and female readers alike.Now, over forty
Larry Talbot explains his situation in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".
It's Friday once again, and, time to check out this story about African explorer Jim Franklin, he's hired by perpetual drunkard and eccentric millionaire Amos P. Stitch on a whim, to capture animals to stock a private zoo on his estate. On the way to
And a few magazines, too.....
I love this painting that was featured on issue #12 of Eerie Magazine.
It's time once again for WTF!? Wednesday, and I've got a good one for you tonight!I don't venture off into this decade too often, but when it's dropped in your lap and it's this weird, what's a guy supposed to do? That's right, make lemonade!This Jap
STARTLING TERROR TALESNo. 10, May 1952Star Comics, Inc.Pencils: Wally WoodInks: Harry Harrison (?)Script: UnknownCover: L.B. ColeWallace Wood had a long and very illustrious career in comic books. His work spanned decades, from E.C. Comics titles to
Here's a great photograph that was up for auction recently of Lon Chaney as Quasimodo from "The Hunchback of Notre Dame".Notice that the photograph is signed by Lon himself!
Here's a wild 'n' weird tale starring Kent (CAT PEOPLE) Smith as Claude, Philip (JOAN OF ARC) Bourneuf as Geoffrey, Joan (TV only) Wetmore as Kay and Kurt (ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET THE MUMMY) Katch as The (Cave) Man...The story's all about a car carr
"To tell you the truth, the older I get the harder it is to deal with all of this, to know what I did, how it happened" -Leslie Van Houten to parole panel, September 6, 2017"No member of the Manson family deserves parole, ever," -Louis Smaldino, La B
Here we see the romance of "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".
Tonight's Saturday Night Special is dedicated to my dear friend Zillagord, since he's the only person I know that is sleazier than Joe Spinell in this flick, and he knows just exactly why! It's sometimes known as "The Last Horror Movie," or
Bela Lugosi as Count Dracula from Universal's 1931 classic "Dracula".
Since Tabonga! is having more technical difficulties, we go to plan 6. In other words, here are some cool Serial Movie Posters from days past...We start with FLASH GORGON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE from the thirties, Buster Crabbe was probably my favorite
Described as "more silly than shocking" by the NY Times, ABBY was released on Christmas Day in 1974. The ad copy read: "Abby doesn't need a man... the Devil is her lover now!" as the main character, a marriage counselor played by Carol Speed, is poss