Category:
Horror

Dr. Black & Mr. Hyde



Caution: gratuitous bare female flesh for a few seconds at the start.

Full movie below.

Posted By: Paul - Sun Dec 21, 2014 - Comments (0)
Category: Horror, Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art, Stereotypes and Cliches, 1970s

From Hell It Came



This not taken from the Alan Moore graphic novel.

Posted By: Paul - Sun Dec 14, 2014 - Comments (4)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Horror, Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art, Movies, 1950s, Natural Wonders

Butterick Tweety Sewing Pattern

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Several currently for sale on Etsy and eBay.

Thanks to Deborah Newton.

Posted By: Paul - Sat Dec 13, 2014 - Comments (8)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Costumes and Masks, Horror, Reader Recommendation, Cartoons, 1980s

Arnold



IMDB entry. Full movie below.

One reviewer there says:

The whole thing takes on the air of a ninety minute game of "Clue" played in reverse, as greedy, grasping relatives and hangers-on are dispatched in the most gory and inventive ways possible for a dead guy to come up with. Amongst the suspects/victims are THE Elsa Lanchester, Roddy McDowall, Patric Knowles, Farley Granger, the witchy Ms. Wallis, who gets to sample some of the hottest "cold cream" on the market, Jamie Farr (yeah, Klinger from M*A*S*H himself,) and Victor Buono, in a hysterical cameo as the 'lucky' minister who gets to officiate at the nuptials.


Posted By: Paul - Sat Jul 19, 2014 - Comments (1)
Category: Death, Horror, Humor, Movies, 1970s

Occult Betty Boop





Betty gets the better of two supernatural threats.

More on the second film here.

Posted By: Paul - Fri May 30, 2014 - Comments (3)
Category: Horror, Music, Surrealism, Sex Symbols, Cartoons, 1930s

Room 237 Clothing Line

Today is the last day you can order items from the clothing line based on the carpet pattern outside Room 237 in Kubrick's The Shining. Available for purchase is a sweater, cardigan, scarf, ski mask, door mat, and an area rug.



Posted By: Alex - Sat May 10, 2014 - Comments (3)
Category: Fashion, Horror, Movies

The Devil’s Daughter




Full film follows.


Posted By: Paul - Mon May 05, 2014 - Comments (4)
Category: Family, Horror, Ineptness, Crudity, Talentlessness, Kitsch, and Bad Art, Superstition, 1970s

Pearl Bryan and Bobby Mackey’s Music World



A haunted country-music club? Just visit Bobby Mackey's Music World in Wilder, Kentucky.

Fittingly, the most famous ghost, Pearl Bryan, has her own ballad.




Posted By: Paul - Sun May 04, 2014 - Comments (2)
Category: Death, Horror, Music, Regionalism, Superstition, Nineteenth Century

Something





Cyriak usually offers a new video at Xmas. Till then, a couple of his less famous older ones.

Posted By: Paul - Tue Nov 26, 2013 - Comments (3)
Category: Body Modifications, Horror, Surrealism

Pussy Katnip

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Gaze upon the horrific, accursed thing that is Pussy Katnip, and tremble in fear.

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And what the hell is going on with these "doggy style" pals of hers?

I am unable to learn anything about the genius of "Len Short," her creator. If any WU-vie can help, please do not hesitate.

Original comic here.

Posted By: Paul - Thu Sep 26, 2013 - Comments (3)
Category: Anthropomorphism, Dreams and Nightmares, Freaks, Oddities, Quirks of Nature, Horror, Comics, 1940s

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