Saturday, October 23, 2010

A Halloween Mixup

Here's a halloween mixup story from the October 1964 Jack and Jill Magazine.



Friday, October 22, 2010

Bigfoot in Oklahoma !?!?

Say What?

Well, twenty years ago, it seemed like a distinct possibility ...

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Stephen King's Silver Bullet

In 1985, when the film Silver Bullet was released, dear Mr King was cranking out scary stuff left and right.


This is the theatrical handout for that movie.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Party Treats with a Missing Head !

Unfortunately, I have no idea why I cut out the head of this boy.  There are some things I DON'T remember, believe it or not.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Werewolves Are Misunderstood

From 1985, we learn about Porphyria, which has also been called "Vampire's Disease," and also featured into the plot of an episode of CSI just a couple of weeks ago.



Monday, October 18, 2010

Musical Monday - The Munsters: The Newest Teen-Age Singing Group

Even though the cast of TV's The Munsters are featured on the cover of the album, this is actually the music of a manufactured teen rock'n'roll group made to capitalize on the Munster craze.

Here is the track list:

1) Munster Creep

2) Frankenstein Had a Hot Rod Car
3) $1.98 King-Size Voodoo Kit
4) Vampire Vamp
5) Herman’s Place
6) (Here Comes the) Munster Koach
7) TV Monster Show
8) Eerie Beach
9) Make It Go Away
10) You Created a Monster
11) Ride the Midnight Special
12) Down in the Basement

Besides the CD art, I have also included an article from Variety  about the group.  Evidently they would play concerts wearing Munster character masks!

That sure sounds like a sweaty endeavor.

Here is the link:
http://www.megaupload.com/?d=0NZWCJMK

Enjoy some silly, creepilicious 1960s music.

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Visiting The Twilight Zone in 1982

In the November 1982 issue of Video Review, we were invited to take a trip sideways in time to that strange dimension known as ... The Twilight Zone .

By the way, I discovered a trick to imitating Rod Serling's delivery of that classic phrase. Clench your teeth so that your upper and lower front incisors meet.  Then say "Welcome to the Twilight Zone."  If your teeth don't move apart, you can come pretty close to Serling's intonation.



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