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October 27, 2006
Rahner's Rotten Rentals
[embedded Real video], Seattle Times critic Mark Rahner's Halloween movie roundup, pays tribute to the heroically shlocky
TV horror hosts
of the 60s and adds a grateful nod to
the horror hosts of today
16 years ago
Good lord that second link is awesome! Thanks.
Zombie reported to be disappoint in Cheney's comment, "It's a no-brainer for me." Zombie was then reported to have smashed Cheney's skull in on general principle.
Oh, and I just figured out
what I'm going to be for Halloween
is the man. I really lament the loss of Horror Hosts. Here in Bloomington, we have real live horror hosts at the
Atomic Age Cinema
. I've never gone though because it is at midnight, and I'm too old to think going out at midnight is fun. I've also heard that Unlike Sammy Terry who was genuinely terrifying, they are more MST3K in style (which I'm a great fan of, but different than I'm used to for horror hosts). Many pleasant nightmares...
Mr. Koko and I are in the midst of our annual 2-week long Halloween Horror DVD Fest. Last night, it was
Night of the Lepus!!!
Night of the Leprous
Light of the Kneepus
Knight of the Lemurs
If the first link doesn't work, try
[also embedded Real video]. And click
for a blood-curdling image of my childhood horror host, Syracuse's legendary
... if you
What about SCTV's
and Monstor Horror Chiller Theatre?
Plight of the Pee-cursed
Trite of the Free-Versed
One thousand *heart-wrenching* poems about cats read by Vincent Price.
Bite of the Weenie-wurst
Oh, no! ... those tranfats! ...
Nightie of the Weiners
Too squee if there are baby pictures. Every monkey will fling him/herself in raptures at the chance of a cocktail sausage of his/her very own over which to drool and groan.
Triteness of Freepers?