It looks like we only got one correct answer in for last week’s photo, which was Troy Howarth. He was the only one to identify the photo from the 1977 Terror of Frankenstein, which is actually a decent adaptation of Shelley’s novel. Not one that gets talked about that often, but actually did get a DVD release years ago. Worth checking out.
Here is this week’s photo, so we’ll see if this is a little easier. Maybe it’s a little too easy. We’ll see.
As usual, please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a chance at it. Just send your guess to us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck!
Is summer over yet? I’ll sure be glad when it is. Maybe because that means Halloween is right around the corner, or that I won’t have to deal with this sweltering heat for a few month. Either way, I’ll be happy. Our last photo was from the 1980 film Island Claws, starring Robert Lansing. While this might not be the best giant crab movie, you have to give them credit for building the giant monster! Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Jamie Chimino, Doug Lamoreux, Gary Miller, Michael Shields, Alan Tromp, and William Wilson. Well done, indeed.
Now for this week’s little mystery photo. One could say this is a shot of me looking out the window waiting for the sun and heat to go away, but it’s not. But do you know where this shot is from? Please remember not to post them here, but send them to me in an email to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Seems like forever since our last photo, doesn’t it? Well let’s not waste anymore time and get right on it. Our last photo was a little tribute to the Monster Bash show we were going to be heading to, since Joyce Meadows was going to be there. Of course one of the films she is known for is where our photo is from, The Brain from Planet Arous (1957). Such a fun movie! Kudos to the following that sent in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Gregory Avery, Dave Fronto, Troy Howarth, Charles Miller, Michael Shields, and Neil Wright. Well done!
Now on to this week’s photo. This is in tribute to all the seafood we ate while we were out in Baltimore last week! Granted, we didn’t tackle anything THIS big! Please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a guess. Just send your guess to us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Yeah, yeah…running a little late today. But better late than never, right! I will say that I thought for sure that I would stump everyone with last week’s photo, since it is a little obscure independent but I was proved wrong, by THREE people! The film is called Wendigo, or Frostbiter: Wrath of the Wendigo, that came out in 1995. If you like stop-animated monsters, than you’ll enjoy this one. This one is a prime title for a Turkey Day marathon and will be screening this November at ours. Kudos to the following for recognizing this little gem: Hoby Abernathy, Margaret Santiago, and Will Wilson. Well done!
Okay, let us get to this week’s photo. This one might be pretty easy, but there is a little reasoning behind it. Plus it’s a damn fun movie. So gave at the photo and hopefully you don’t end up like the guy in the photo!
As always, please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a guess. Just send your guess to us in an email, to email@example.com. Good Luck!
I got to say I was pretty happy to see all the answers coming in from last week’s photo. I thought by using an old black and white one of just a little child that it might stump most of you, but oh how I was wrong. Indeed, the little girl was about to scream THEM!, which is where the photo is from. One of the best of the giant insect movies ever made! Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Cate Cameron, Aaron Christensen, Dave Fronto, Rick Hayden, Ken Johnson, Doug Lamoreux, Charles Miller, Nick Riccio, and Kristin Wicks.
Now on to this week’s little photo. This one might be a little tougher, but give it a peek and see what you might be able to come up with. Good Luck!
And as always, please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a guess at it. Just send your answers to us via email, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
It’s always nice to start the week off with a little bit of trivia, right? Hoping to make it start off on a good note if you recognize our little photo. For this last one, quite a few people knew that the screen shot was from Bob Clark’s 1974 film Deathdream (or Dead of Night, or The Night Andy Came Home). Kudos to the following people: Hoby Abernathy, Scott Bradley, Cate Cameron, Craig Clark, Richard Garcia, Jennifer Glonek, Troy Howarth, Gary Miller, Richard Schellbach, Michael Shields, Kristin Wicks, Will Wilson, and Greg Wojick. I figured that since it was Memorial Day, it was appropriate to post a photo about losing a loved one in the military. In all honestly, I think this film, even though a horror film, really shows the devastation that it brings to the families when hearing that kind of news.
So let’s get to this week’s photo, shall we? Digging into the history files for this little black and white classic, so let’s see if the name comes to your mind, as it is about to for this little girl. Remember not to post your answers here so others can have a guess at it. Instead, just drop us an email (email@example.com) with your guess. Good luck!
Wasn’t sure if I was going to have a new photo this week, since we just got back into town last time, but since I have today off, I figured I could make time. It might be an easy one, but there is a reason for my madness. But before we get to the new photo, let’s review last week’s! It was from Amicus’ anthology film From Beyond the Grave, featuring the lovely Angela Pleasence. Kudos to the following that sent in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Doug Lamoreux, and Troy Howarth. Well done!
Okay…so below is this week’s little pictorial puzzle, so see what you can come up with. As always, please remember NOT to post your answers here so that others can have a guess. Thank you and good luck!