TV spots, TV showings. Whatever I could find. Werewolf. Misunderstood or doomed to walk the earth?
Written and directed by Larry Cohen. Adam Arkin, Bill Kirchenbauer, Ed McMahon, Elizabeth Hartman, Pinky Tuscadero, Kenneth Mars, Bob Saget. It’s not easy being a werewolf in high school. Better than you would think. I had it on the DVR a couple of years ago.
Oldest known megaliths. May be the oldest known temple as well. Not discovered until 1994, after a previous expedition from the University of Chicago in the early 60s failed to notice its significance. They erected a bunch of large T-shaped pillars.
Curse of the Black Widow. 1977 TV movie. Dan Curtis.
1967. And Pink Plasma from 1975. Pink Panther with a horror theme.
Super scary, vintage scary, not so scary. And a little terror.
Beer advertisers never let a holiday go to waste. A perfect time for beer.
1976 TV movie. New Orleans at Mardi Gras. Gretchen Corbett, Michael Parks, James Best, Ben Johnson. Killer bees are here.
1948 Merrie Melodies. Directed by Chuck Jones. Spending the night in a haunted house.
And intros. 1982 WLS Ch. 7 header found by accident. Some good stuff. Several voiceovers by Ernie Anderson.
Welcome to Night Flight. Your weekend open thread. Freaky Films.
Decent five-part horror anthology. The best part of the movie is also what ties all the stories together: the mysterious creatures floating ominously around the desert landscape.
Various monsters hit the television. Followed by various monsters in commercials. Vampire, werewolf, Frankenstein, mummy.
Slowly I turn. Step by step. Inch by inch. From Gents Without Cents (1944).
The lost Harry Dean Stanton movie. Fred Ward, Cindy Williams. Small-time grifter (Ward) gets caught up with UFO-believer Williams. Harry Dean is tent preacher, Brother Bud. A flying saucer is coming. Better than Close Encounters.