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- March 26th, 2015Interviewed by: Todd Martin
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- Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Horrornews.net is Winning! Charlie Sheen is all over every internet website, so why should HNN be any different? This is a pretty funny spoof on Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.Â
When Sean and Kelly canâ€™t find their campsite, they are relieved to stumble into the quintessential All-American town.
Until they meet the welcoming committee.
Where the grass is green, the air smells sweet and the residents are â€¦ hungry.
Here is another trip back to the world of Saturday Morning Cartoons with Frankenstein, Dracula, Wolfman, and more in the Groovie Goolies.
This TV series has it all … Dracula, Frankenstein, The Wolfman, and Gopher from the Love Boat? That’s right, Fred Grandy was right there with The Monster Squad in this 1976 Saturday morning treat as three classic horror monster wax figures come to life to battle evil. Hey, didn’t we see Count Chocula and Frankenberry the other day. The perfect breakfast food to go along with this treasure. I can just … Continue reading
This clip from The Muppet Show exposes Kermit the Frog for what he really is… a vampire! This is scary good stuff as the horror legend Vincent Price is a guest on The Muppet Show and HE GETS BIT! Talk about turning the tables on this icon of the macabre. The Muppet Show was wonderful just for the fact that some of the biggest stars in the industry became … Continue reading
THE THREE STOOGES: “The Ghost Talks” (1949)
This is The Three Stooges at their best as Larry, Mo, and Shemp offer up plenty of laughs and scares in this episode titled “The Ghost Talks”. This immediately brings me back to when I was a kid and watching these old Stooges shorts. The scary one’s were always my favorite. Here we see some classic early horror comedy as the … Continue reading