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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Halloween Movie List 2013

That's right ghouls and gals! It's that time of year again... Time to dust off and watch all of those awesome horror movies so we all get in the mood for the Halloween season!

Every year I usually do a "Top 10" list of super-scary films that I love to watch. This year however, I am going to change it up a bit and put the movies into different categories.

2013 Black & White Horror Movie Pick:

A classic black and white film of zombie mayhem! This is a must watch on my list this year. Directed by George A. Romero, this 1968 film is centered around a woman named Barbara and a group of other people that take shelter from a zombie apocalypse in an isolated farmhouse in Pittsburgh.

2013 Horror Comedy Pick:

Torn between so many greats such as Ghostbusters, Young Frankenstein, Abbott and Costello meets Frankenstein and many more, I chose this one for 2013. This 1988 classic film is one of Tim Burton's best to date. It puts a couple named Barbara and Adam in their New England summer home looking to take a long summer vacation of peace and quiet. Little do they know they are about to die and have a new family move into their now haunted abode. They call upon a "bio-exorcist" ghost named Beetlejuice to save them from the new obnoxious owners.

2013 Horror Film of the Year Pick:

In my opinion, the BEST horror movie of the year award goes to The Conjuring. Being a paranormal investigator, I can relate to many situations in this film that rattles me to the core. This movie follows one of the many stories of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. Much of what is in this movie is eerily accurate to what some investigators/demonologists would go through to help a family in need of help. This one comes out on DVD in mid October I believe.

2013 Best Horror Film of All Time Pick:

It's no secret that this is my all-time favorite horror movie. When I was a kid, this movie kept me up all night long after watching it. Still freaks me out a bit. I got to meet the man behind the mask Tony Moran this past year and he was an awesome guy. Director John Carpenter made this film in 1978 and it STILL holds scare value like no other film in my opinion. It follows high school student/babysitter Laurie Strode as she encounters psycho-killer Michael Myers that escapes from the Smith Grove mental hospital. There is more to this movie than meets the eye, so if you haven't seen it, shut all the lights off in the house and watch it.

There are so many others like Friday the 13th, The Fog, Evil Dead, Dracula, Nightmare on Elm Street... the list is HUGE. These listed above are the ones I plan on watching this year though. Let's not forget the Walking Dead series that is tarting again in October... also a much watch.

Well, till next time... 'Scream' if you have to!

Monday, September 9, 2013


So... Last year on Halloween I had decided to make myself a undead skeleton dude. I loved this picture so much that I had t-shirts made of it. Why? Because... why not?

For those who know me, I can be a goofball at times. Sure, I have a serious side... but I also know how to laugh at myself from time to time. This was one of those, "Oh man... I am a total nut." kind of moments that I wanted to share with everyone that finds this photo as much fun as I do.

Current stock is Men's and Women's Large and XL sized shirts. Only $20 + $5 shipping and handling. We can take credit cards through Paypal.com payments as well. Anyone interested in one of these LIMITED edition t-shirts(I may never get the guts to order more...), can order directly below. Did I mention they GLOW IN THE DARK???

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