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– Unsuccessful Entertainment
Good Evening Creeps.
Remember when we were kids and wouldn’t sleep with the closet door open? Well kids, its most likely because of this guy:
This little fella is the guy that is living in your closet. Not to be confused for the pedophile behind great-grandma’s fur coat. We start off in the film by seeing people talking to their closets because they hear a noise. Then, they get taken in and eaten by the fella posted above. A reporter is complaining about only writing obituaries, so he tries to get a bigger story. He pursues the murders going on around the town. He meets up with this kid named, Professor whose mother is a biology teacher which the Sheriff thinks is just some crazy broad. The crazy broad is friends with this neat professor fella that wants to try to stop having the monster killed. In the end, they had to destroy closets because the monster kidnapped the reporter and it looked something like this:
^ Still a better love story than Twilight
And in the end, without further investigation to see if there were more monsters in any closets — people were instructed to rebuild their closets. I love this film because of it’s cheesy nature. It’s clearly dear to my heart and I remember that I now have to purchase it. What I like about this film is the dialogue is cheesy as an Ed Wood film (Plan 9 From Outer Space Cheesy). I like this because it fits it so goddamn well you couldn’t picture it with serious dialogue. This had to be one of those films where the actors and actresses in it couldn’t take the script seriously. I would die laughing if I had to try to keep a straight face while acting this out.
I give it 5 Cheeses.
Sorry for this short and pathetic review — Must get to working on my stuff for a casting call.
All images of film were found on google search.
Blood & Guts
– Mercy Desdemona
Lately, I have been dwelling in the depths of vintage television series. I must say that I am ashamed at myself for almost forgetting one of my favorite vintage television shows:
This television series was the underdog of the popular television series, The Twilight Zone. The original run of this series was from 1959 – 1961. It’s a shame it only had three seasons because it was much different from the Twilight Zone. This series was introduced by John Newland in each episode. Unlike Twilight Zone which was a series composed of fictional science fiction and horror stories to stimulate your brain, One Step Beyond is a show that re-created REAL cases that have been documented. What I like about the show is that they don’t tell you if the tales are true or false. It’s up to the audience to come to their own conclusion and wonder the wonderful question: “What if…” It’s like a constant cliff hanger that would drive a nerd such as myself to research the cases presented for more information to come to a well thought out conclusion.
I always enjoy shows that are based upon documented cases. It’s good to see this series up on Youtube with a channel dedicated to these marvelous episodes. If you like shows such as Twilight Zone, Night Gallery, The Outer Limits, etc. and are a huge vintage nerd, check out the episode below:
Thanks for wasting time with my existence.
Blood & Guts,
I hope you are all having a dreary weekend and sleepless night. I decided to post my first list on this blog. Whether you enjoy this list or not is completely up to you. In any case, thanks for wasting time with my existence. Follow me to waste more time and to keep updated on these poorly written blog posts before you. Reviews to come at a later date. This list are just a few of the movies I watch here and there.
Mercy’s List 15 Horror Films
1. Nosferatu 1922
2. Nightmare Castle
3. Evil Dead
4. The Thing (’50s & ’80s versions)
6. The Blob
8. Last Man on Earth
9. The Lost Boys
10. House on Haunted Hill
11. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
12. The Devil’s Rejects
13. The Creature from the Black Lagoon
14. Prime Evil
15. The Bat (Silent & ’50s Version)