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- 12/19/13--13:11: _R. L. Stine (author...
- 12/21/13--16:30: _Wake in Fright
- 12/22/13--15:39: _Enter the Devil (ak...
- 12/24/13--11:20: _Horror High
- 12/30/13--04:42: _Scream Bloody Murder
- 01/02/14--06:37: _Look What’s Happene...
- 01/02/14--08:54: _Lynn Lowry (actress)
- 01/02/14--11:09: _The Hounds of the B...
- 01/04/14--17:21: _Frankenstein: The T...
- 01/06/14--14:36: _Evil Come Evil Go
- 01/06/14--15:20: _Mike Vraney (founde...
- 01/08/14--08:29: _Dave Allen (comedian)
- 01/08/14--14:47: _Halloween with the ...
- 01/08/14--17:19: _Eerie Publications ...
- 01/13/14--06:18: _Don’t Look in the B...
- 01/14/14--08:25: _Scum of the Earth (...
- 01/14/14--12:19: _The Hilarious House...
- 01/14/14--18:31: _Don’t Open the Door
- 01/16/14--05:20: _Slime (toys and nov...
- 01/16/14--12:38: _Keep My Grave Open
- 12/19/13--13:11: R. L. Stine (author and producer)
- 12/21/13--16:30: Wake in Fright
- 12/22/13--15:39: Enter the Devil (aka Disciples of Death)
- 12/24/13--11:20: Horror High
- 12/30/13--04:42: Scream Bloody Murder
- 01/02/14--06:37: Look What’s Happened to Rosemary’s Baby
- 01/02/14--08:54: Lynn Lowry (actress)
- 01/04/14--17:21: Frankenstein: The True Story
- 01/06/14--14:36: Evil Come Evil Go
- 01/06/14--15:20: Mike Vraney (founder of Something Weird video)
- 01/08/14--08:29: Dave Allen (comedian)
- 01/08/14--14:47: Halloween with the New Addams Family
- 01/08/14--17:19: Eerie Publications (publisher of comic magazines)
- 01/13/14--06:18: Don’t Look in the Basement
- 01/14/14--08:25: Scum of the Earth (aka Poor White Trash Part II, 1974)
- 01/14/14--12:19: The Hilarious House of Frightenstein (TV series)
- 01/14/14--18:31: Don’t Open the Door
- 01/16/14--05:20: Slime (toys and novelties)
- 01/16/14--12:38: Keep My Grave Open
Robert Lawrence Stine (born October 8, 1943), known as R. L. Stine, and Jovial Bob Stine, is an American writer and producer. Stine, who is referred to as the “Stephen King of children’s literature,” is the author of hundreds of horror fiction novels, including the books in the Fear... Read More ›
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Wake in Fright (also known as Outback) is a 1971 Australian-American thriller film directed by Ted Kotcheff and starring Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence and Chips Rafferty. The screenplay was written by Evan Jones, based on Kenneth Cook‘s 1961 novel of the same name. Made on a budget of A$800,000, the film was an Australian/American... Read More ›
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Enter the Devil (re-issued as Disciples of Death) is a 1972 low budget American horror film co-written and directed by Frank Q. Dobbs. It stars Joshua Bryant (Black Noon, Salem’s Lot), Irene Kelly, David S. Cass Sr. (who also co-wrote... Read More ›
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Horror High (also known as Kiss the Teacher… Goodbye! and Twisted Brain) is a 1973 (released 1974) American horror film directed by Larry N. Stouffer (assistant director on Keep My Grave Open) from a screenplay by J.D. Feigelson as ‘Jack Fowler’ (Dark Night... Read More ›
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Scream Bloody Murder (also known as Matthew; Claw of Terror; The Captive Female and, more recently, repackaged on DVD-R with the splendidly sleazy title Amputee With an Axe) is a 1972 horror film written, directed and produced by Marc B. Ray (The Severed Arm; Stepfather III... Read More ›
Look What’s Happened to Rosemary’s Baby is a 1976 TV movie directed by Sam O’Steen, and a sequel to the 1968 film Rosemary’s Baby (which O’Steen edited). It has little connection to the novel by Ira Levin, on which the first film was based. It stars Stephen McHattie, Patty... Read More ›
Lynn Lowry is an American actress, best known for her appearances in cult horror and exploitation films during the 1970s. Born Linda Kay Lowry on October 15th, 1947, she made her first film appearance in 1970 as part of the... Read More ›
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories – and the ongoing industry spun off from them – have a curious connection to the horror genre. The image of the master detective, stalking the fog-bound streets of London, seem to be... Read More ›
Frankenstein: The True Story is a 1973 American made-for-television horror film loosely based on the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. It was directed by Jack Smight, and the screenplay was co-written by novelist Christopher Isherwood and Don Bachardy. The film stars Leonard Whiting as Victor Frankenstein, Jane Seymour as Prima, David McCallum as Henry Clerval, James Mason as Dr Polidori... Read More ›
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Evil Come Evil Go is a 1972 American exploitation horror film written and directed by Walt Davis (Widow Blue/Sex Psycho) for adult movie producer Bob Chinn. It stars Cleo O’Hara, Sandra Henderson, Jane Tsentas (The Jekyll and Hyde Portfolio, Terror at Orgy Castle), Rick Cassidy... Read More ›
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Mike Vraney was the founder of Something Weird Video, an American film distributor company based in Seattle, Washington. On January 2, 2014, he died after a lengthy battle with lung cancer. He was fifty-six years old. His sterling efforts to dig out and release... Read More ›
David Tynan O’Mahony (6 July 1936 – 10 March 2005), better known as Dave Allen, was an Irish comedian and actor, perhaps best known for his 1970s BBC TV series, which saw him sitting in a studio – cigarette in hand,... Read More ›
Halloween with the New Addams Family was a 1977 comedy horror film. This NBC TV-movie was directed by David Steinmetz and George Tibbles from a screenplay by Davy Levy. It stars John Astin, Carolyn Jones, Jackie Coogan, Ted Cassidy, Lisa Loring, Ken Weatherwax, and Felix Silla and was a reunion of sorts... Read More ›
Eerie Publications was a publisher of black-and-white horror-anthology comics magazines. Less well-known and more downscale than the field’s leader, Warren Publishing (Creepy, Eerie, Vampirella), the New York City-based company was one of several related publishing ventures run by comic-book artist and 1970s magazine entrepreneur Myron Fass. Titles published during their fifteen... Read More ›
Don’t Look in the Basement (1972), also known as The Snake Pit and The Forgotten, is a Texas-shot horror film written and directed by S.F. Brownrigg. It stars Rosie Holotik, Anne MacAdams, Gene Ross, Hugh Feagin, Camilla Carr, William Bill McGhee, and... Read More ›
Poor White Trash Part II (1974), also known as Death is a Family Affair and Scum of the Earth, is a Texas-shot American horror film directed by S.F. Brownrigg, starring Gene Ross, Norma Moore, Ann Stafford, Camilla Carr, Charlie Dell... Read More ›
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The Hilarious House of Frightenstein was a Canadian children’s television series produced by Hamilton, Ontario’s independent station CHCH-TV in 1971. It was syndicated to TV stations across Canada and the USA. The producers were fortunate enough to get horror icon Vincent Price to star in introductions for the show’s various segments. Price was... Read More ›
Don’t Open the Door (1974) also known as Don’t Hang Up, Seasons for Murder and The House of the Seasons is a Texas-shot American horror film directed by S.F. Brownrigg, starring Susan Bracken, Gene Ross, Jim Harrell, Larry O’Dwyer, Hugh... Read More ›
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Slime was a toy product manufactured by Mattel, sold in a plastic rubbish bin and introduced in the winter of 1976 consisting of a non-toxic viscous, oozing green material made primarily from guar gum. Different variations of Slime were released over the years, including Slime... Read More ›
Keep My Grave Open, also known as The House Where Hell Froze Over, is a 1974 Texas-shot horror film directed by S.F. Brownrigg. It stars Camilla Carr, Stephen Tobolowsky, Ann Stafford, Gene Ross, Sharon Bunn, Bill Thurman and Chelsea Ross. Lesley... Read More ›