The Huffington Post did a great piece about Haunted Attractions (click the hyperlink to be taken to the article). These were my three favorites. How scary do they look?!! I especially love the Headless Horseman one in New York!!
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Just wanted to show you some of my iPad wallpapers that I’ve collected from online. A lot of them are from a blog entitled John’s Forbidden Planet, but some were discovered by doing a Google image search for “HD autumn wallpaper”, “HD Wolf Man wallpaper”, etc. The key is “HD”.
Tune in all day today to hear a countdown of the Top 10 Halloween pieces! Click the image above to be taken to the site and their various forms of ways to listen to them live: On your desktop, via iTunes, Windows Media Player, digital cable, assorted Apple devices and more! All 10 will play sequentially at 9PM (PDT): 7PM (CDT) Continue reading
The Lady and The Monster (AKA Hypnos)- I’ve had this film in my NetFlix queue for some time now, saving it for when I was in the mood for a 40’s-era horror flick. Well, last weekend during a thunderstorm was the right time.
First off, a quick synopsis of the film: A millionaire’s brain is preserved after his death, and telepathically begins to take control of those around him.
I’d never seen this movie before, which is always exciting to me. I still love ‘discovering’ films of the 40’s, 70’s and 80’s, though as time marches on, it gets harder and harder. Continue reading
Some seasonal favorites sitting around the house:
– It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown [Read-Along Book & Record] © 1978
– The Witch Next Door by Norman Bridwell © 1965
– The Witch’s Vacation by Norman Bridwell © 1973
Jughead Double Digest: October © 2011
Synopsis: When Gladys tells Jughead he looks like teen vampire heartthrob, Basil Loverton, he wants to know more about the new movie craze. Taking it as a compliment, he plays into it on his date with her the next night. Unfortunately, Gladys isn’t the only one who thinks Jughead looks like her idol and a mob of fans swarm poor Juggie like wild animals. He manages to get away but must end his tortured romance before it even begins – just like a teen vampire!
Comments: From time to time (usually in the Fall and Winter), I’ll be seduced by an Archie comic at the checkout. Damn you, impulse buy! I only see them on occasion and usually it’s at one of the Tom Thumb stores. They’re a nice fluffy read while taking a bath, eating lunch or killing time during errands. Of course, this one enticed me because it was Halloween and this issue has a ‘vampire’ story in it. Continue reading