Mystery Photo 6-19

Greetings, my fellow film fanatics! Here we are back for another photo puzzle on this film Monday morning. But, as always, before we get to this week’s photo, let’s recap what we posted last week. In honor of his birthday on Saturday, I thought it would nice to give him a little nod in our Mystery Photo. I’m talking about Lucio Fulci, of course. And the picture is from his 1990 film Demonia. How can one go wrong with demonic Italian nuns? Kudos to Hoby Abernathy, Doug Lamoreux and Will Wilson for sending in the correct answer.

Now, let’s get to this week’s photo. Another black and white one, but still one of my favorites. Gaze into the eye and see if the terror therein tells you the name of the picture. Worth a shot….never know.

As always, please remember not to post your answer here, but send them to us in an email to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good Luck!

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Mystery Photo 6-12

Monday once again. And now that summer has really kicked in, it makes the day even more enjoyable…not! Counting the days until fall starts. Anyway, before we get to this week’s photo, let us go over last week’s. It was from the 1957 flick Zombies of Mora Tau, starring the lovely Allison Hayes! While not the zombies we know these days, they did manage to create a few chilling moments in this fun little monster movie. Kudos to Hoby Abernathy and Doug Lamoreux. Nicely done.

Okay, our photo for this week’s brain teaser might be an easy one. Or it might be one that is just on the tip of your…brain, but you just can’t seem to reach it. But give it a good college try!

And remember, please do not post your answers here in the comments so everyone can have a chance. Just send them in an email to jon@kitleyskrypt.com

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Mystery Photo 6-5

Happy Monday, Everyone! Let’s not waste any time and get right to what you’re here for! Our photo from last week was from a film that is sadly missing from any DVD or Blu-ray release, though I’ve been told for the last decade it seems that “its coming”, but we’ll just have to wait and see. But the film of which I speak of is the 1987 slimy monster flick The Kindred. If you can find a copy, I’d definitely check it out. Lots of great old fashion rubber monster effects that are pretty damn cool. Kudos out to Gary Miller and William Wilson for sending in the correct answer.

So for this week’s photo, we’re going old school once again. You know I just love an old black and white classic flick…just does something for me. But take a peek at it and see what you can come up with.

Please remember not to post your answers here, but send them in an email to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good luck!

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Mystery Photo 5-29

Didn’t think I was going to skip today’s photo just because it’s a holiday, did you? Sure, a little later than usual, but here we are. The photo from last week was from a nasty little film called Dream Home (2010), which I would highly recommend if you like gore. Nothing like Brain Dead, mind you, but creative and plenty of things you haven’t seen countless times before. And no, not the Daniel Craig one…that’s Dream House (2011). The only one that sent in the correct answer was Gregg Olheiser! Well done!

Now onto this week’s photo. This one might not be the greatest quality, but hopefully you’ll be able to see and make out enough to tell which movie this shot is from. Good luck.

Please remember, as always, not to post your answers here, but send them to me in an email to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Much easier for me not to forget it that way!

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Mystery Photo 5-22

Greeting fellow film lovers! Yes, it is time for another Monday Mystery Photo. I know everyone just couldn’t wait for the weekend to be over so they can have a crack at a new photo quiz, right? Hello?

Of course, before we get to the new one, let us review last week’s photo. It was from Luigi Cozzi’s Alien “inspired” film Contamination (aka Alien Contamination), which I figured it was a nice tie-in with the new Ridley Scott film coming out this weekend. Congrats out the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Cate Cameron, Aaron Christensen, Troy Howarth, Billy Nocera, Gregg Olheiser, Tom White, William Wilson, and Greg Wojick. Job well done!

Okay…our next photo is from a nice little flick that really made the cutting edge of horror! Get it? Cutting? Okay, okay…little too early for that. Anyway, take a good look and see what you can come up with. Please remember not to post your answer here, but send it to us in an email to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good Luck!

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Mystery Photo 5-15

Monday once again, folks. Time to start the week all over. But hopefully everyone had a good weekend, especially celebrating Mother’s Day! But now that we’re back to the grind, let’s get to our Mystery Photo. Last week’s pic was from the 1996 werewolf flick Bad Moon, starring Michael Paré and Mariel Hemingway. Congrats out to the following for sending in the correct answer: Erik Martin, Gert Verbeeck, adn Greg Wojick. Well done guys!

Now onto this week’s photo. Might come to you pretty quickly…or is the one you’re thinking of the correct title? Don’t you just love how I thought that shadow of doubt in your brain? Anyway, see what you can come up with. Just send your answer to us in an email to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Please remember not to post your answers here in the comment section because we want to give everyone a shot. Good luck!

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Mystery Photo 5-8

Welcome to Monday, which means another Mystery Photo! I know…its what you all live for. Before we get to this week’s mystery pic, let’s review last week’s. It was from the 1992 film Winterbeast, which is a must watch for those that love Turkey Movies! So much fun. I mean, for a film that has some stop-motion monsters in the first 5 minutes of the movie, how could it not be entertaining??? Kudos out to Billy Nocera & William Wilson for sending in the correct answer. If you haven’t seen this and love some nice cheesy movies, I think you should check it out.

Okay…on to this week’s photo. Might be an easy one…might not. But give a look and see what you can come up with.

As always, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE do not post your answers here so others can have a chance at sending in their guess. Just send your guess to us in an email, to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good Luck!

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