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Horror Movies Tue May 22 2018 13:11:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Stardate: Not SpecifiedThe U.S.S Enterprise monitors a star with unusual properties, when it encounters a distress call from a malfunctioning freighter called the Sanction.The freighter is from the planet Ornara, and its confused captain TJon (Merrit
Today's weird little story goes like this... Deimos is a Martian agent on Earth disguised as a pawnshop owner, he's on Earth to observe Earthlings. Phobos has just arrived to Earth, he's a Martian supervisor with a time controlling device to investig
Editors: Amanda Hobson & U. Melissa AnyiwoRelease date: 2016Contains spoilersThe Blurb: Gender in the Vampire Narrative addresses issues of masculinity and femininity, unpacking cultural norms of gender. This collection demonstrates the way t
Announced recently is the publication of a new issue of WE BELONG DEAD (#20), due out next month. WBD is yet another UK monster fanzine with a focus on classic horror films and is recommended by MMW on all accounts. Yours truly had an article publish
Only the BeginningDaphne DuboisGenre: Contemporary RomancePublisher: Wild Rose PressDate of Publication: 25 April 2018ISBN: 978-1-5092-2034-2ASIN: 978-1-5092-2035-9Number of pages: 264Word Count: 63,300Tagline: Taking your best friends place on a bli
The character is the heart of the story in my writing world. I figure out the characters long before I figure out the plot. Maybe because memorable characters are what I look for in books, movies, and shows I love. Maybe because I feel like who a cha
As played by Ilona Massey in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".
[SOURCE: L.A. Free Press.]
 Tonight's Saturday Night Special is from the 1976 TV show, "The Bionic Woman" starring the beautiful Lindsay Wagner! In 1976 I had a black and white TV that got about 3 1/2 channels, so it's a good thing I have friends in Germany l
I was contacted by Adrien who wanted to mention the 1976 Dan Curtis film Burnt Offerings to me. Based on a novel by Robert Marasco it was a film that Adrien felt should be on TMtV. Im always happy to get suggestions and this is one that deserved, at
As we saw in our last post, the ladies have seriously had it with the men! I can't say I blame them-- we're all idiots!-- and todays post from the November 1953 issue of Fight Against Crime #16 is further validation of this fact. Superb art by Doug W
Everyone always says to write what you know, but that doesnt have to mean that all you can write about are places youve been, activities at which youre an expert and events youve experienced personally. It most often means, literally, to research som
When Mother Nature's creatures turned their vengeful eyes on humans -- which happened often in the men's adventure magazines -- the stories were always accompanied by an illustration of the attacks to fix the image in the mind of the curious reader.
Today's feature's all about greed, betrayal and revenge in a small Bulgarian town. William Cole, wealthy industrialist, winds up with part of his brain replaced by that of a Russian cab driver, Yegor. The two could not be more different, but they sha
Author: Gerry Duggan Illustrator: Salvador Espin First published: 2016 (TPB) Contains spoilers The blurb: She is Shiklah-undisputed Queen of the Monster Metropolis below Manhattan! In the world that was, she married Deadpool, the Merc with the Mouth.
TEXTING PRINCE CHARMINGPRINCE CHARMING SeriesBook OnePatty Carothers and Amy BrewerGenre: YA Contemporary RomancePublisher: Omnific (Simon and Schuster Partner)Date of Publication: 05/29/2018ISBN: 978-1-623422-62-2 (eBook)  ISBN: 97
BEWITCHEDVol. 1 No. 1April 1965Dell ComicsWriter: ?Artist: Henry ScarpelliCover: Photo coverPages: 36Cover price: 12 centsBased on the hit TV series, Samantha, Darrin and Mother-in-law Endora, find themselves in a variety of humorous hi-jinks in this
It's Voodoo Woodoo Wednesday in The Dungeon, and I'm got something wild from 1958 for you!  Tonight's show just might be the best "Leave It To Beaver" episode of all time! It's titled "Voodoo Magic," and was episode 13 of season one
THE MADNESS SEASON (1990), an epic novel by C. S. Friedman, features a unique blend of alien invasion with vampiresone vampire, anyway. Earth has been conquered by an interstellar gestalt civilization called the Tyr, who have absorbed a variety of su
Author: George A Romero Illustrator: Alex Maleev First published: 2015 Contains spoilers The Blurb: It's zombies versus vampires with desperate citizens caught in the crossfire as the legendary George Romero unleashes the final chapter in his undead
If you're feeling like THOIA hasn't been particularly vicious enough lately, then feast your eyes on this cat burnin', child killin', multiple meat cleaverin' blows to the head classic from the June - July 1948 issue of Underworld Vol. 1 #3! This sto
What inspired you to write EVERYTHING UNDER THE SUN?Daryl and Beth on the television show The Walking Dead - If Beth had been just a little older, a relationship between them, forced by survival and the post-apocalyptic world they lived in, would hav
My evil twin, Bianca Swan, who writes erotic romance has decided to take a story I wrote called Star Angel, a short piece published in Four by Moonlight, and run with it.  She is up to about 55 pages.  Though it is an erotic romance
One of the best monster books ever made!
If it's today, then, it's time for some Tabonga! Giant Monster Laffs to start your week off!.. So, sit back and let the big guys have the mic, time for some monstrous hilarity (n'yuk, n'yuk!)...Well, there you have it right from them big old monsters
Brush off that old jacket! Shake our that vintage gown! We've got concert tickets again! Our connection at the concert hall downtown got us tickets to a big event, with a tribute to Paganini, that devilish master of the violin. A couple of violinists
Writer: Frank Barbiere* Illustrator: Brent Schoonover* First Published: 2016 (TPB) Contains spoilers *Barbiere And Schooinover were primary writer and illustrator but the collection contains one issue of S.H.I.E.L.D. written by Al Ewing and illustrat
Here we go again with a mad artist tale that'll definitely leave you scratchin' your severed noggin', from the March 1953 issue of The Unseen #9 --and this one certainly begs the ultimate, unanswered, climactic question: "HOW DOES HE DO IT??
A new book by my friend Heather who does an outstanding job as editor of The Wild Hunt blog. Bell, Book and Camera: A Critical History of Witches in American Film and Television by Heather Greene McFarland, 2018 The witch as a cultural archetype has
Tarot cards. Just the idea conjures up images of things like crystal balls, and fortune tellers in caravans. But is that accurate? Where and how did tarot cards originate, and are they inherently evil or fairly innocuous?The tarot is a pack of playin
Happy Mothers Day to all you mothers and to all the mothers you know!Mothers come in all shapes, sizes, and ages. There are mothers who gave birth and mothers of the heart. Im fortunate to have had a wonderful mother and a terrific mother-in-law. Im
Hello! Happy Friday the 13th to you. How will you be celebrating? Playing the game? Watching A New Beginning yet again? Let me tell you, friends, ever since I began loving Part V, my life has improved in countless ways. My hair is shinier and fuller,
Nancy Barrett from "House of Dark Shadows".
This is the first year I've been part of the programming team of the Offscreen Film Festival in Brussels, Belgium. The festival starts on Wednesday, March 7th, and I'm proud to show you all the cinematic delights we have in store for you.Offscreening
Film fans wrote in to the UNIVERSAL WEEKLY (June 9, 1928) with their overwhelmingly favorable opinion of Universal's latest hit, THE MAN WHO LAUGHS, starring the famous German actor, Conrad Veidt. Veidt's horrifying makeup was devised by genius Jack
 This TV series "Life On Mars" came out in 2006, and I'm so out of it, I still think that's something new, even though it's twelve years old! Time is a funny thing, and that's just what this show is all about!  Tonight's Saturday Ni
Dust and Corruption is 10 years old! Sorry I haven't been blogging much lately. I'm glad to have a permanent job but I'm learning new stuff and it's taking up a lot of mental energy. And in the evenings and weekends I'm giving my apartment a good goi
Greetings all!This Saturday, February 24th, 2018 I'll have work on display in two different shows just a couple blocks apart.Up first, taking place from 6 to ll pm over at Creature Features in Burbank, CA, I'll have a piece in the Tim Curry Tribute S
Director: Sonny Mallhi Release date: 2018 Contains spoilers This kind of came out of left field. Id seen no pre-release build up, it was released straight to Netflix and Netflix didnt even flag it to me, it was a random stumble across, which of cours
Haven't posted anything around here by the great Dick Briefer in awhile, and digging through the Frankenstein files we find a good 'n spooky back-up tale from the February - March 1954 issue of Frankenstein #29, efficiently written and illustrated as
Holy Horror: The Bible and Fear in Movies By Steve Wiggins McFarland, 2018 What makes you afraid? It may be more than what you think. Horror films have been exploiting our fears almost from the moment movies were invented. Lurking unseen in the corne
It's hard to imagine that, when this photo was taken of the 19-year-old Fay Wray for MOTION PICTURE MAGAZINE's January 1924 issue, she was almost a decade away from appearing in RKO's KING KONG. In the meantime, the beautiful young actress would have
Welp, here we go again... It's Friday and time for another flick to fillet, here, at The Dungeon! Our little story goes like this... The janitor at a local high school is actually the scout for a coven of Satanists on the lookout for a virgin to sacr
Greetings!  My name is Jesse Miller and I am the author of two novels, both available from Common Deer Press.  If youre like me, youve been nearly bludgeoned to death by the old adage to avoid judging a book by its cover. 
Authors: Hamilton Deane & John L. Balderston Editor: David J Skal First Published: 1924 (Deane), 1927 (Balderston), 1993 (this edition) You may recall I looked at the Stoker stage treatment of Dracula as classic literature. Part of the reason
 By Maureen L. BonatchCrows lurk around the office where I work at the day job. They unexpectedly fly at the window and startle me, and others, from working. Just the other day one stared me down in the parking lot. &nb
I'm always surprised that there aren't more precode horror stories about haunted dark rides or tunnels of love type spook house terror attractions. There are a few, of course, but still the subject matter alone seems like the perfect no-brainer setti
Played by the beautiful Ilona Massey in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".