13 CHILLS - October 31, Monday - NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  
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LAST CHANCE!
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday - WOLF
08 - October 19, Wednesday - INSIDIOUS
09 - October 21, Friday - THE SEVENTH VICTIM
10 - October 24, Monday - JOSHUA
11 - October 26, Wednesday - WAIT UNTIL DARK
12 - October 28, Friday - HELLRAISER
13 - October 31, Monday - NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD

Walking Dead Season II - Desktops





Happy Halloween!

Great Pumpkin
HAPPY HALLOWEEN everyone have a safe and fun holiday and enjoy it, eat candy... I will be knocking at your door in my costume, so hand over the candy. Be Safe!

Jeremy [2Thumbs]

Halloween Hop!

Fellow Jeremy [name only] is hosting a "Halloween Hop!", so lets go to a hop... and I just need to tell you what a few favorite things of Halloween might be and what I might be wearing this year in costume.

So for those who are stopping by the blog for the first time, in part of the Hop let me say welcome... welcome. This place can be taking in two ways, one "wholly crap" this guy is nuts or "wow" a year round Halloween of things and this guy is nuts. You all might think what the heck, this is the same as that "iZombie" guy's site... and you would be correct. I am that same guy...

-Jeremy [iZombie]

Favorite Horror Television Show: Short Lived "American Gothic"
 
Favorite Horror Book: Stephen King's IT
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Costume 2011: Unemployed Zombie Still Wearing A Cowboy Hat
 

First Look at: Tim Burton's "FRANKENWEENIE"


WALT DISNEY PICTURES: FRANKENWEENIE
October [2012]
From creative genius Tim Burton (“Alice in Wonderland,” The Nightmare Before Christmas”) comes “Frankenweenie,” a heartwarming tale about a boy and his dog. After unexpectedly losing his beloved dog Sparky, young Victor harnesses the power of science to bring his best friend back to life—with just a few minor adjustments. He tries to hide his home-sewn creation, but when Sparky gets out, Victor’s fellow students, teachers and the entire town all learn that getting a new “leash on life” can be monstrous.

A stop-motion animated film, “Frankenweenie” will be filmed in black and white and rendered in 3D, which will elevate the classic style to a whole new experience.

In Tim Burton’s “Frankenweenie” young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences.

Sneek Peek: The Walking Dead Season Two - Desktops



More Desktops From the me, GREAT SHOW! Everyone has a favorite character, whose is yours... I pesronally like "Dale", cause he still rights to do the right thing even though the world has given a bad set of cards from the deck.

13 CHILLS - October 28, Friday - HELLRAISER

 
HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS! 
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  

CLICK ABOVE!!!
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday - WOLF
08 - October 19, Wednesday - INSIDIOUS
09 - October 21, Friday - THE SEVENTH VICTIM
10 - October 24, Monday - JOSHUA
11 - October 26, Wednesday - WAIT UNTIL DARK
12 - October 28, Friday - HELLRAISER
13 - October 31, Monday

13 CHILLS - October 26, Wednesday - WAIT UNTIL DARK

 
HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  THIS IS ALMOST OVER, THAT MEANS NO MORE UNTIL NEXT YEAR... SO WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

SORRY AWAY FROM MY COMPUTER, SO NO ART... 
THOUGH I AM HAVE ACCESS TO TEXT.
CLICK ABOVE!!!
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday - WOLF
08 - October 19, Wednesday - INSIDIOUS
09 - October 21, Friday - THE SEVENTH VICTIM
10 - October 24, Monday - JOSHUA
11 - October 26, Wednesday - WAIT UNTIL DARK
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

The Walking Dead Girls (2011)

The Walking Dead Girls (2011)
Documentary

The Walking Dead Girls is a behind-the-scenes look into zombie culture in the United States and the obsession into ""Sexy Female Zombies"". What is it about Zombie Bimbos or ""Zimbies"" that are starting to gain the worlds interest? Why are zombies now in mainstream culture and seen in advertising from JCPenny and Sears? With interviews with zombie master maker George Romero and cult movie star Bruce Campbell from ZomBcon 2010 and so much more. Also with a rare look into the making of a Zombie Pinup Calendar, behind the scenes of ""Stripperland"" and ""Clublife"" Daniel Baldwin's hip hop Zombie music video debut. ""The Walking Dead Girls"" is a sexy look into the zombie phenomenon created by George Romero that is 40 years in the making.
 
Credited Cast: 
Boyd Banks
Bruce Campbell
Lloyd Kaufman
Linnea Quigley
George Romero
Natasha Timpani

13 CHILLS - October 24, Monday - JOSHUA

ONE WORD: JOSHUA

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  

SORRY AWAY FROM MY COMPUTER, SO NO ART... 
THOUGH I AM HAVE ACCESS TO TEXT.
CLICK ABOVE!!!
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday - WOLF
08 - October 19, Wednesday - INSIDIOUS
09 - October 21, Friday - THE SEVENTH VICTIM
10 - October 24, Monday - JOSHUA
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

White Zombie [1932]


...On arrival in Haiti, Madeleine Short reunites with her fiancé Neil Parker, with imminent plans to be married. On the way to their lodging, the couple's coach passes Murder Legendre, an evil voodoo master, who observes them with interest. Neil and Madeleine arrive at the home of the wealthy plantation owner, Charles Beaumont. Charles' love of Madeleine prompts him to meet Murder secretly in Murder's sugar cane mill, operated entirely by zombies. Charles wants to convince Madeleine to marry him and solicits Murder's supernatural assistance. Murder states that the only way to help Charles is to transform Madeleine into a zombie with a potion. Beaumont agrees, takes the potion, and surreptitiously gives it to Madeleine. Shortly after Madeleine and Neil's wedding ceremony, the potion takes effect on Madeleine, who soon dies and is buried. Murder and Charles enter Madeleine's tomb at night and bring her back to life as a zombie. In a drunken state, a depressed Neil sees ghostly apparitions of Madeleine and goes to her tomb. On finding it empty, Neil seeks out the assistance of the local missionary, Dr. Bruner, who recounts how Murder turned many of his rivals into zombies, who now act as Murder's closest guardians. The two men journey to Murder's cliff side castle to rescue Madeleine.


At the castle, Charles has begun to regret Madeleine's transformation and begs Murder to return her to life, but Murder refuses. Charles discovers he has been tainted by Murder's voodoo and is also transforming into a zombie. As Neil enters the fortress, Murder senses his presence and silently orders Madeleine to kill Neil. She approaches Neil with a knife, but Bruner grabs her hand from behind a curtain, making her drop the knife and walk away. Neil follows Madeleine to an escarpment, where Murder commands his zombie guardians to kill Neil. Bruner approaches Murder and knocks him out, breaking Murder's mental control over his zombies. Undirected, the zombies topple off the cliff. Murder awakens and eludes Neil and Bruner, but Charles pushes Murder off the cliff. Charles loses his balance and also falls to his death. Murder's death releases Madeleine from her zombie trance, and she awakens to embrace Neil.



- Béla Lugosi as 'Murder' Legendre, a white Haitian voodoo master who commands a crew of zombies.
-Madge Bellamy as Madeleine Short Parker, the fiancée of Neil who is turned into a zombie by Murder Legendre.
-John Harron as Neil Parker, a bank employee.
-Robert Frazer as Charles Beaumont, a plantation owner who is in love with Madeleine.
- Joseph Cawthorn as Dr. Bruner: a missionary who later helps Neil Parker save Madeleine.
-Brandon Hurst as Silver, Beaumont's butler.
-George Burr Macannan as Von Gelder, a formerly rich man who has fallen under Legendre's spell to become a zombie.
-Frederick Peters as Chauvin, a former executioner who has become a zombie under Legendre's control.
-Annette Stone as Maid
-John Printz as Ledot, a zombie
-Dan Crimmins as Pierre, a witch doctor
-Claude Morgan as Zombie
-John Fergusson as Zombie
-Velma Gresham as Tall Maid

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13 CHILLS - October 21, Friday - THE SEVENTH VICTIM

TWO WORDS: SEVENTH VICTIM

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  

SORRY AWAY FROM MY COMPUTER, SO NO ART... 
THOUGH I AM HAVE ACCESS TO TEXT.
CLICK ABOVE!!!
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday - WOLF
08 - October 19, Wednesday - INSIDIOUS
09 - October 21, Friday - THE SEVENTH VICTIM
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN [1935]

...On a stormy night, Percy Bysshe Shelley (Douglas Walton) and Lord Byron (Gavin Gordon) praise Mary Shelley (Elsa Lanchester) for her story of Frankenstein and his Monster. Reminding them that her intention was to impart a moral lesson, Mary says she has more of the story to tell. The scene shifts to the end of the 1931 Frankenstein.

Villagers gathered around the burning windmill cheer the apparent death of the Monster (Boris Karloff, credited as "Karloff"). Their joy is tempered by the realization that Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) is also apparently dead. Hans (Reginald Barlow), father of the girl the creature drowned in the previous film, wants to see the Monster's bones. He falls into a pit underneath the mill, where the Monster strangles him. Hauling himself from the pit, the Monster casts Hans' wife (Mary Gordon) into it to her death. He next encounters Minnie (Una O'Connor), who flees in terror.

Henry's body is returned to his fiancée Elizabeth (Valerie Hobson) at his ancestral castle home. Minnie arrives to sound the alarm about the Monster but her warning goes unheeded. Elizabeth, seeing Henry move, realizes he is still alive. Nursed back to health by Elizabeth, Henry has renounced his creation but still believes he may be destined to unlock the secret of life and immortality. A hysterical Elizabeth cries that she sees death coming, foreshadowing the arrival of Henry's former mentor, Doctor Septimus Pretorius (Ernest Thesiger). In his rooms, Pretorius shows Henry several homunculi he has created, including a miniature queen, king, archbishop, devil, ballerina and mermaid. Pretorius wishes to work with Henry to create a mate for the Monster and offers a toast to their venture: "To a new world of gods and monsters!"
 
 
The Monster saves a young shepherdess (Anne Darling) from drowning. Her screams upon seeing him alert two hunters, who shoot and injure the creature. The hunters raise a mob that sets out in pursuit. Captured and trussed to a pole, the Monster is hauled to a dungeon and chained. Left alone, he breaks his chains and escapes.

That night the Monster encounters a gypsy family and burns his hand in their campfire. Following the sound of a violin playing "Ave Maria", the Monster encounters an old blind hermit (O. P. Heggie) who thanks God for sending him a friend. He teaches the monster words like "friend" and "good" and shares a meal with him. Two lost hunters stumble upon the cottage and recognize the Monster. He attacks them and accidentally burns down the cottage as the hunters lead the hermit away.

Taking refuge from another angry mob in an underground crypt, the Monster spies Pretorius and his cronies Karl (Dwight Frye) and Ludwig (Ted Billings) breaking open a grave. The henchmen depart as Pretorius stays to enjoy a light supper. The Monster approaches Pretorius, and learns that Pretorius plans to create a mate for him.

Henry and Elizabeth, now married, are visited by Pretorius. He is ready for Henry to do his part in their "grand collaboration". Henry refuses and Pretorius calls in the Monster who demands Henry's help. Henry again refuses and Pretorius orders the Monster out, secretly signaling him to kidnap Elizabeth. Pretorius guarantees her safe return upon Henry's participation. Henry returns to his tower laboratory where in spite of himself he grows excited over his work. After being assured of Elizabeth's safety, Henry completes the Bride's body.


A storm rages as final preparations are made to bring the Bride to life. Her bandage-wrapped body is raised through the roof. Lightning strikes a kite, sending electricity through the Bride. Henry and Pretorius lower her and realize their success. "She's alive! Alive!" Henry cries. They remove her bandages and help her to stand. "The bride of Frankenstein!" Doctor Pretorius declares.

The excited Monster sees his mate (Elsa Lanchester) and reaches out to her, asking, "Friend?" The Bride, screaming rejects him. "She hate me! Like others" the Monster dejectedly says. As Elizabeth races to Henry's side, the Monster rampages through the laboratory. The Monster tells Henry and Elizabeth "Yes! Go! You live!" To Pretorius and the Bride, he says "You stay. We belong dead." While Henry and Elizabeth flee, the Monster sheds a tear and pulls a lever to trigger the destruction of the laboratory and tower.

13 CHILLS - October 17, Monday - WOLF

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IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  


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Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday - WOLF
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

13 CHILLS - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday - HORROR OF DRACULA

07 - October 17, Monday
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

It! The Terror from Beyond Space [1958]

It! The Terror from Beyond Space
...In 1973, the United States Space Commission announces that a spaceship under the command of Van Heusen has been sent to rescue the first spacecraft to land on Mars, after receiving notification from its commander, Col. Edward Carruthers, that he is the lone survivor of his crew of nine. Under suspicion for murdering the crew, Ed is being brought back to Earth for a court-martial. On Mars, as the rescue ship prepares to blast off, an alien boards the ship through an open hatch and hides in the storage compartment. Van and most of the crew are wary of Ed’s presence, doubting his story that while returning to the ship from a day of exploration, his crew was chased by an unidentified creature and subsequently disappeared in a sand storm. While working in the lower part of the ship, crew member Joe Keinholtz hears a strange noise and, upon investigating, is attacked and killed by the Martian. Later, after crew member Gino Finelli does not return from a trip to the lower deck, his brother Bob grows concerned and demands that Van and the others look for him. Below deck, the pale, limp body of Keinholtz is discovered, and Jack Purdue finds Gino barely alive, wedged in an air duct, but is threatened by the Martian before he can reach him. After Purdue escapes, Ed orders the hatch sealed and mined with grenades. 
 
The crew listens as the hatch rattles and the grenades explode, but afterward they are amazed when the sounds of the alien crashing about are heard over the radio speaker. After Van orders the men below to investigate, they find the lower deck smashed. When the alien attempts to jump out of a hatch, the men shoot him several times to no avail. Back on the upper deck, nurse Ann Anderson suggests they attack the creature with gas. The lower deck is flooded with fumes, but when Van opens the hatch to check the results, he is clawed by the alien. Nurse Mary Royce cannot immediately determine Keinholtz’s cause of death, but an autopsy reveals that Keinholtz did not die from being crushed, but from all the fluid in his body being removed. After Mary's husband Eric suggests they electrocute the alien, Ed and crew member Jim Calder reach the deck below the alien by climbing outside and down the side of the ship. While the remaining crew make noises to distract the Martian, Ed and Calder rig the trap on the stairwell. The crew is dismayed when the Martian is caught as planned but barely scathed by the jolt. Angered by the attack, the creature attacks Calder, who is injured and urges Ed to escape without him. Calder holds off the creature’s subsequent attacks with a blowtorch as Ed rejoins the others and plans another strike. 
 
 
 Overwrought, Van accuses Ed of having abandoned Calder. Hearing the accusation over the ship’s speaker, Calder refutes Van. Mary then reports to Ed that Purdue and Van have developed leukemia-like symptoms from their attacks and she has had to transfuse them with all the blood available on the main deck. As Ed decides that he and Eric must risk going below for more blood, Calder reports that the alien has taken Gino’s body to the reactor room. Van orders the core be exposed in an attempt to irradiate the creature as Ed, Eric and Bob go to the lower storage area to get fresh blood. The radiation attack infuriates the Martian, who then attacks and kills Bob. The crew members flee to the top deck, certain that it is only a matter of time before they are all murdered by the alien. After Ed notices the high oxygen levels in the ship, Eric speculates that the thin air of Mars has provided the creature with strong lungs. Ed then orders the crew to don oxygen masks and drains the entire ship of oxygen, which at last kills the Martian. Back on earth, the Space Commission receives a request from Van to drop the charges against Ed and a warning from the remaining crew that Mars should remain off limits for all future expeditions. 

13 CHILLS - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday - FROZEN
06 - October 14, Friday
07 - October 17, Monday
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

Sneek Peek: The Walking Dead Season Two - Desktops



Yes, I made them... More to Come...
Season 2 starts this Sunday on AMC!

13 CHILLS - October 10, Wednesday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday - WHO CAN KILL A CHILD?
05 - October 12, Wednesday
06 - October 14, Friday
07 - October 17, Monday
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

Alfred Hitchcock

 Alfred Hitchcock
Sir Alfred Joseph Hitchcock, (13 August 1899 – 29 April 1980) was a British film director and producer. He pioneered many techniques in the suspense and psychological thriller genres. After a successful career in his native United Kingdom in both silent films and early talkies, Hitchcock moved to Hollywood. In 1956 he became an American citizen, while remaining a British subject.

Over a career spanning more than half a century, Hitchcock fashioned for himself a distinctive and recognizable directorial style. He pioneered the use of a camera made to move in a way that mimics a person's gaze, forcing viewers to engage in a form of voyeurism.He framed shots to maximize anxiety, fear, or empathy, and used innovative film editing. His stories frequently feature fugitives on the run from the law alongside "icy blonde" female characters. Many of Hitchcock's films have twist endings and thrilling plots featuring depictions of violence, murder, and crime, although many of the mysteries function as decoys or "MacGuffins" meant only to serve thematic elements in the film and the extremely complex psychological examinations of the characters. Hitchcock's films also borrow many themes from psychoanalysis and feature strong sexual undertones. Through his cameo appearances in his own films, interviews, film trailers, and the television program Alfred Hitchcock Presents, he became a cultural icon.

Hitchcock directed more than fifty feature films in a career spanning six decades. Often regarded as the greatest British filmmaker, he came first in a 2007 poll of film critics in Britain's Daily Telegraph, which said: "Unquestionably the greatest filmmaker to emerge from these islands, Hitchcock did more than any director to shape modern cinema, which would be utterly different without him. His flair was for narrative, cruelly withholding crucial information (from his characters and from us) and engaging the emotions of the audience like no one else." The magazine MovieMaker has described him as the most influential filmmaker of all-time, and he is widely regarded as one of cinema's most significant artists.

13 CHILLS - October 7, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS

HOWLIN' WOLF RECORDS!
IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES.  
 
Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday - BLACK CHRISTMAS
04 - October 10, Monday
05 - October 12, Wednesday
06 - October 14, Friday
07 - October 17, Monday
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

House on Haunted Hill [1959]

House on Haunted Hill is the tale of five people invited to stay the night in a haunted house by an eccentric millionaire, Fredrick Loren (Vincent Price), who is throwing the "party" for his fourth wife, Annabelle (Carol Ohmart), with the stipulation that the power will be out and all doors will be locked at midnight, allowing no accessible escape. Anyone who stays in the house for the entire night, given that they are still alive, will each receive $10,000.

The five guests all arrive in separate funeral cars with a hearse leading, which he explains may be empty now, but they may be in need of it later. He explains the rules of the party and gives each of the guests a .45 caliber pistol for protection. Loren's wife tries to warn the guests that her husband is psychotic, causing them to be very suspicious of him, especially Nora Manning (Carolyn Craig), who becomes convinced that he's trying to kill her when she keeps seeing mysterious ghouls, including the ghost of Annabelle, who had hanged herself after being forced to attend the party.

Almost as frightened as Nora is Watson Pritchard (Elisha Cook), the house's owner and another of the party's guests. He is fully convinced that the house is genuinely haunted by the ghosts of those killed there in the past, and that those ghosts have the power to "come for" and kill anyone in the house that they wish.

Eventually it is revealed that Annabelle faked her death in league with one of the guests, Dr. Trent (Alan Marshal). The two have been attempting to frighten Nora so badly that she will be spooked into shooting Frederick. Indeed, after being driven into a fit of hysteria by the repeated frights she has experienced during the evening, Nora does fire upon Frederick, assuming he is going to kill her. After she flees the room, Dr. Trent slips in and tries to get rid of Frederick's body by pushing it into a vat of acid, but the lights go out, and when they come back on, both of the men are gone.

After hearing the sound of the gunshot, Annabelle enters to confirm that her plan to kill her husband has come to fruition. Suddenly, a skeleton emerges from the acid accompanied by Frederick's voice. The spectre approaches Annabelle as she recoils in terror. In this panic, the screaming Annabelle accidentally backs into the acid herself. The real Frederick walks out of the shadows, holding the contraption that he was using to control the skeleton. In his triumph, he watches Annabelle disintegrate.

Nora tells the other guests that she's shot Loren in the wine cellar, and they all rush down there. When they arrive, they see that he's actually alive, and he tells Nora that the gun she had fired at him had been loaded only with blanks. He then explains to guests that his wife and Dr. Trent had been trying to kill him and that they each have met their end in the vat of acid. He says solemnly that he is "ready for justice to decide" his guilt or innocence.

Just when everyone thinks the trauma is finally over Watson Pritchard looks into the acid and asserts that Annabelle and Dr. Trent have now joined the ranks of house's ghosts. Then, with a terrified expression on his face, he announces that the ghosts are now coming for him. Breaking the fourth wall, he looks at the camera and adds, "and then they'll come for you."

13 CHILLS - October 5, Wednesday - SCREAM

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IT'S BACK... 13 DAYS OF CHILLS & THERE ARE SOME GREAT READS AND A CHANCE TO WIN SOME GREAT PRIZES. I CANNOT TELL YOU THAT SHOULD GO ENOUGH TIMES, BUT YOU MIGHT BE NEW HERE. SO CLICK ON THE ART ABOVE, GO NOW!
DO YOU GET THE IDEA, I AM GOING TO GET YOU ALL TO GO...
LAST YEAR I FROM THE CONTEST WON "THE BRIDE" SOUNDTRACK...
AND GOT SOME REALLY GREAT SCORES FROM THE HOWLIN' WOLF. 
I JUST DON'T WANT YOU ALL TO MISS OUT!

Schedule: 
01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday - SCREAM
03 - October 07, Friday
04 - October 10, Monday
05 - October 12, Wednesday
06 - October 14, Friday
07 - October 17, Monday
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday
JEREMY [IZOMBIE]

Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

Abbott and Costello
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein (which has the onscreen title Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein) is a 1948 American comedy horror film directed by Charles Barton and starring the comedy team of Abbott and Costello. It is the first of several films where the comedy duo meets classic characters from Universal's horror film stable. In this film, they encounter Count Dracula, Frankenstein's monster and the Wolf Man, while subsequent films pair the duo with the Mummy, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, and the Invisible Man. On a TV special in the early 1950s, the two did a sketch where they interacted with the latest original Universal Studios monster being promoted at the time, the Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). The film is considered the swan song for the "Big Three" Universal horror monsters – Count Dracula, the Wolf Man and Frankenstein's monster – although it does not appear to fit within the loose continuity of the earlier films.

The Plot:

Film opens with Larry Talbot (Lon Chaney, Jr.) making an urgent call from London to a railway baggage claim room in LaMirada, Florida where Chick Young (Bud Abbott) and Wilbur Grey (Lou Costello) work as baggage-clerks. Talbot tries to impart the danger of a shipment to the "McDougal House Of Horrors" to Wilbur. However, before he is able, a full moon rises and he becomes The Wolf Man and the call is disconnected. Wilbur, thinking the call is just a crank, continues on with his work day. Then, when the actual Mr. McDougal (Frank Ferguson) shows up to claim the shipment of crates containing "the remains of the original Count Dracula (Béla Lugosi)" and "the body of the Frankenstein Monster" (Glenn Strange). However, when Wilbur and Chick mishandle the crates, McDougal demands that they deliver them in person so an insurance agent can inspect them for damages.

When Chick and Wilbur get to McDougal's "House Of Horrors", they open the first shipping crate and find a coffin with "Dracula" inscribed on the front. Wilbur witnesses Dracula awaken when Chick is out of the room, but fails to get his attention in time. Dracula hypnotizes Wilbur and re-animates Frankenstein's Monster. McDougal then arrives with the insurance agent and Chick in tow. Finding the storage crates empty, McDougal accuses the boys of theft and has them arrested.

That night, Dr. Sandra Mornay (Lénore Aubert) receives Dracula and the Monster at her island castle. Sandra, a gifted surgeon who has studied Dr. Frankenstein's notebooks, has been posing as Wilbur's girlfriend as part of Dracula's scheme to replace the Monster's brutish brain with a more pliable one — Wilbur's.

Wilbur and Chick are bailed out of jail and mistakenly believe Sandra to be their benefactor. It is actually Joan Raymond (Jane Randolph), who is secretly working for the insurance company that is processing McDougal's claim, and hopes Wilbur will lead her to the missing "exhibits". Meanwhile, Larry Talbot has taken the apartment across the hall from Wilbur and Chick. He has tracked Dracula and the Monster from Europe and knows them to be alive. Talbot asks Chick and Wilbur to help him find and destroy Dracula and the Monster.

The next day, Joan Raymond comes to Chick and Wilbur's apartment and feigns love for Wilbur. Wilbur, not expecting the favor but embracing it, invites Joan to the masquerade ball that evening. That night, Wilbur, Chick and Joan go to Sandra's castle to pick her up for the ball. While the ladies powder their noses, Wilbur answers a telephone call from someone wanting to speak to a 'Dr Leighos'. It is Talbot, who informs them that they are in fact in the "House of Dracula". Wilbur reluctantly agrees to search the castle with Chick, and soon stumbles upon an underground passageway, complete with boat and dock. Meanwhile, Joan has discovered Dr. Frankenstein's notebook in Sandra's bureau and Sandra has discovered Joan's insurance company employee I.D. in her purse.

After the women re-join the men, a suavely dressed Dr. Leighos, (a.k.a. Dracula) descends the castle stairs and introduces himself to Joan and the boys. Also working at the castle is the naive Prof. Stevens (Charles Bradstreet), who questions some of the specialized equipment that has arrived. In private, Sandra admits that Stevens' questions, Joan's credentials, and Wilbur's curiosity in the basement have made her nervous enough to put the experiment on hold. Impatient, Dracula asserts his will by hypnotizing her, biting her in the throat, and making her his vampire slave.

At the ball, the boys encounter Talbot and McDougal just as Dracula and Sandra rejoin the group. Dracula, when confronted by Talbot, easily deflects accusations that he is "the real thing". While Dracula takes Joan for a dance, Sandra lures Wilbur to a quiet spot. Before she can move in and bite him, Chick and Larry approach and she flees. As they search for Joan, Talbot transforms into the Wolf Man. Wilbur escapes, but the Wolf Man finds and injures McDougal. Noting that Chick has brought a wolf mask as his costume to the ball, McDougal concludes that it was Chick who actually attacked him out of revenge. Chick manages to slip away, only to witness Dracula hypnotizing Wilbur. Chick is then also hypnotized and rendered helpless while Dracula and Joan bring Wilbur back to the castle. The next morning, Chick and Talbot agree to work together to rescue Wilbur and Joan.

While Wilbur is being held in a pillory, Sandra finally explains to him the plan to transplant his brain into the Monster. She and Dracula leave him to prepare the Monster for the operation. While Dracula gives the Monster electrical boosts in the lab, Sandra prepares to open Wilbur's skull when Talbot and Chick storm in. Talbot struggles with Sandra and casts her aside. Chick knocks out Sandra and just as Talbot is about to untie Wilbur, he once again transforms into the Wolf Man. Dracula flees, with the Wolf Man giving chase. Chick arrives to untie Wilbur just as the Monster, now at full power, breaks his own restraints and rises from his stretcher. Sandra attempts to order him back, but the Monster defiantly throws her out the lab window to her death.

Dracula, in an attempt to escape, transforms into a bat, but the Wolf Man snares him and both fall over a balcony to their deaths in the rocky seas below. Joan abruptly wakes from her trance, while the boys escape the castle and head to the pier with the Monster in pursuit. Wilbur succeeds in untying the boat, while Stevens and Joan arrive and set the pier ablaze. The Monster turns around and marches into the flames, succumbing as the pier collapses into the water.

Just as Chick and Wilbur relax, they hear a disembodied voice (provided by Vincent Price) and see a cigarette floating in the air. The voice says: "Allow me to introduce myself, I'm the Invisible Man!" The boys jump off the boat and swim away while the Invisible Man lights his cigarette and laughs as the final scene comes to a close.

13 CHILLS - October 3, Monday - CARRIE

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Schedule: 

01 - October 03, Monday - CARRIE
02 - October 05, Wednesday
03 - October 07, Friday
04 - October 10, Monday
05 - October 12, Wednesday
06 - October 14, Friday
07 - October 17, Monday
08 - October 19, Wednesday
09 - October 21, Friday
10 - October 24, Monday
11 - October 26, Wednesday
12 - October 28, Friday
13 - October 31, Monday

JEREMY [IZOMBIE]

INTERVIEW WITH LUKE GOSS [ACTOR]