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Have you had a chance to check out Regan’s 7th Day of her 13 Horrifically Silly Days of Halloween? She interviews horror author and publisher Christian Laforet, which is totally the genre you’re thinking about this time of year, right? 😉 Click HERE to read all about it!
Another Horrifically Silly day, another great guest and interview! Meet Paul Gratton, who ran many of the specialty channels for CHUM TV, including Space, Bravo! and, most importantly to Regan and her 13 Horrifically Silly Days of Halloween blog series, Drive-In Classics, home of the B-movie! Let’s explore Paul’s misspent youth, shall we? Click HERE…
The 5th Day of a most silly and horrifying Halloween featured guest Peter Donato, founder of the Monster Dash – a race for young and old, ghoul or goblin, here in Toronto (at the Science Centre!)…click HERE!
Regan’s 4th Day Horrifically Silly Day was a bit different…it was the reunion of the cast and crew of the short parody film The Scary Bitch Project (which, if you haven’t already guessed, is a parody of The Blair Witch Project, and was shot about a month after Blair Witch was released in Ontario). Click HERE NOW!
Let’s get right to this interview with author and actor (from American Horror Story Roanoke!!!) Susan Berger, shall we? Click HERE!
Check out Day 2 of Regan’s most ludicrous and horrific days (of Halloween, but seriously, this stuff is great any time of the year)! Day 2 is a written interview for, where Regan interrogates genre author and publisher at Mirror World Publishing, Justine Alley Dowsett…click HERE…
The Blood in the Snow Film Festival opens this Thursday, November 21 with the 9:30pm screening of horror-comedies (yay!) “Puppet Killer” (and short films “…) at the Royal Cinema (608 College St., Toronto)…and I will be there to check it out, and follow up with a blog post filling you in on my thoughts and other details about the film
Because if you didn’t, you’re going to want to check them out, even though Halloween is over for this year. This series and its guests can be enjoyed any time of year! Regan begins with Daniel from Eyesore Cinema, an independent video store that stocks hard to find, less than mainstream movies (mostly in the horror or genre vein). They
For my finale of good/bad movies for the Halloween season, I’m selecting another Vincent Price movie, but also a couple movies with Boris Karloff (we CANNOT leave him out), and Jack Nicholson, who got his start with Roger Corman in another B-movie classic, Little Shop of Horrors. Both of these films are Roger Corman directed and produced, too. The Raven,
And now for one of the major influencers of Space Zombies: 13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem!, my own silly shlock fest…a couple films by the late, great Edward D. Wood Jr., the reigning king of fun bad movies (as is Tommy Wiseau, but his movie, The Room, is a different kind of horror movie altogether). Bride of the Monster, 1955–this
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