Hand-painted Ghanaian movie posters are very creative…and often more interesting than official film posters. However, in some cases it is obvious the painter knows little about the movie he’s making the poster for. Here are 12 of the most hilariously obvious examples of this. 1. Child’s Play. I don’t remember this movie having jungles… Read More
The year is 1997. The world has become a desolate, Mad Max style wasteland devoid of most of the Earth’s water. Acid rain and toxic gas prevail, and the barren world is ruled by ruthless one-eyed Zeus, played by Michael Ironside. His right hand man is a mute but deadly enforcer, Skeletron (Edwin Wright), sporting… Read More
If you’re a fan of Larry Blamire (creator of the movie The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra), I highly recommend you check out his Twilight Zone spoofing web series: Tales from the Pub. The episodes are only a couple minutes long so they’re easy to digest. Also, if you haven’t seen The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra… Read More
I stumbled across this excellent, 15 minute horror short about a girl obsessed with 60s B horror movies, and thought I’d share. It seems like it has gone largely unwatched, which is a shame given its interesting story and solid production values: Let me know what you think of it.
I recently stumbled across some Twilight Zone comics from the 60s and 70s and realized that many of them had fantastic cover art. Because of the popularity of our post about old horror comic covers, I figured I would do a follow up which focused only on The Twilight Zone. There are other great ones that could have… Read More
My parents loved movies. They loved them so much they’d drag sensitive, impressionable pre-teen me along to whatever interested them that evening, scary or no, whatever the age restriction. Like many younger brothers, I was also subjected to a grotesque menagerie of VHS horrors by my older brother. These films, of course, helped define my… Read More