Once again, running a little late today. But since we spent most of last night driving home from the Monster Bash Conference, we had a little resting to catch up on! Our photo from last week only got one correct answer and that was from William Wilson. The film was Retribution (1987). So Kudos to Will!
Our photo from this week might be a little easier, especially if you’re fans of the older black and white films. And yes, no trickery this time out, it is an actually black and white film! So take a peek and see what you can come up with. Just remember to send your guess by email at email@example.com. Good Luck.
I guess not too many people picked up on my little hint for the last photo. I mentioned that things aren’t always as black and white as they seem. The shot was from a film shown during a film. The movie is Gary Sherman’s 1981 film Dead & Buried, and shot I used was from a film that Jack Albertson is showing James Farentino. But kudos to Maureen Connelly and Kevin Hart for sending in the correct answer! Well done!
So with this week’s photo, I won’t lay any word tricks or puns in here, just the photo. Just remember to send your guess to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
As we get another day closer to Halloween, I hope everyone is taking advantage of the season to watch some of your favorite Halloween movies, as well as taking chances on some newer titles. Since we all know that to us die-hard fans, every day is Halloween. At least this time of year, we seem a bit more normal. So to maybe give you some ideas for a movie to watch, here’s this week’s Mystery Photo. But first, let us review last week. I know it was an easier one, but still a good one. It was from Interview with the Vampire (1994). Can you believe that was almost 20 years ago?!?! Congrats to the following for sending in the correct answer: Vero A, Gregory Avery, Peggy Christie, Chris Dyer, Kevin Hart, Lee Marohn, Bryan Martinez, Lee Nattrass, Tim Palace, Bryan Senn. Well done!
Now this week’s photo is a little deceiving, so might want to pay close attention. Some times things aren’t as black and white as they seem. Give a look and send your guess to us in an email, to email@example.com. Good Luck!
It is still officially Monday, so while I may be a wee bit late getting this posted, here it is! Our photo from last week was from Ted V. Mikels 1971 epic film The Corpse Grinders!!! You can almost hear the trailer, can’t you? Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Gary McGuire, Jason Siegel, and William Wilson. Well done!
For this week, I will say that it is a newer film but that is all the clues I will give. So take a peek, like the guy in the photo and see what comes knocking in the recesses of your mind. Remember to just send me your answer in an email (that way I don’t forget!) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Welcome to another Monday, and another day closer to Halloween. But then again, we all know that Halloween is something we celebrate all year round. Well, maybe except eating all the candy … Let’s get down to business, shall we? Our last photo was from the 1974 film The Freakmaker, also known as The Mutations, starring the wonderfully entertaining Donald Pleasance and the very hidden Tom Baker. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Brian Doering, Kevin Hart, Troy Howarth, Erik Martin, Lee Nattrass, Todd Warren. Well done indeed!
So this week’s photo might be pretty easy right off the bat. Or ax, as the case may be. Or maybe you think its that easy? Nothing like planting that little seed of doubt, huh? Take a peek and see what you think. Just send us an email with your answer to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Running late again today with our photo, folks. We were just at the HorrorHound Weekend so are running a little ragged right now. Had to go to work today after getting maybe 8 hours of sleep the entire weekend! But it was well worth it. Had a blast there, as always. But let’s get to business! Last week’s photo was of course from Paul Naschy’s Assignment Terror. Since last month was his birthday, I figured I had to put one of his films up there. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Peggie Christie, Dave Fronto, Kevin Hart, Troy Howarth, Mike P, and Michael Shields. Well done!
So this week’s photo might be a pretty easy one, so consider it a bone, since I’m still running on empty! Take a look and see what you can come up with. Just remember to send us your guess in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Happy Labor Day to everyone! Hope you have the day off to enjoy some of the simpler things in life, like watching a movie or reading a book. Or maybe even going for a walk or bike ride. Just something to feed your passion and bring a little happiness to you. Sometimes, that is all it takes. But down to business. Our photo from last week was from a version of Dracula except done entirely with sign language, called Deafula! Made in 1975, written and directed by and starring in the lead role, is Peter Wolf. It was the first horror film ever to be filmed using the American Sign Language. While it may be considered for of an oddity, I love the fact that it actually exists. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Bryan Martinez, and Gary McGuire. Well done!
For today’s photo, we’re going with something that might be remembered from another movie, but since that was in a black and white film, it can’t be that one. So you’ll have to think a little harder. Just remember to send your guess to us in an email (we have a better chance of not forgetting or losing it that way), to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Sorry for the late update here, but we were away the whole weekend, getting way too little sleep, but watching a ton of movies at the drive-in and eating way too much unhealthy (but damn tasty) food! We got home last evening, but I was so tired I could barely concentrate to real emails! I’m a little rested now, so let’s get to business. Our photo from last week was the 1959 French film Les yeux sans visage, or known here in the states as Eyes Without a Face. If you haven’t seen it, I can’t recommend it enough. Congrats to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Cate Cameron, Peggie Christie, Brian Doering, Christopher Dyer, Dave Fronto, Kevn Hart, Erik Martin, Gary McGuire, Kristin Wicks, Nick Wilson, William Wilson. Always warms my heart to see people identifying a classic film.
Okay, this week’s film might be a tough one, but a tricky one, but if you pay attention, you might see a secret sign to give you a clue. Just remember to send your answer to me through email, at firstname.lastname@example.org (best way for me NOT to forget it). Good Luck!
I apologize for not having a new photo up last week but just had too many fires going to get it done. I hope to have some news to announce soon that will sort of explain some of the lack of updates as of late. But for now, let us get to the business at hand. Our last photo was from Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s 1989 ghost epic Sweet Home. A nice old fashion haunted house movie that is pretty damn effective. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Kevin Hart, Erik Martin, and Gary McGuire. Well done!
Now on to this week’s photo. Don’t stare too long or bad things can happen! Just remember to send your answer to us, at email@example.com. Good luck!
Welcome to August! Sorry for the late posting today, but we were at Flashback Weekend over the weekend and had one hell of a time, so I’m still pretty beat after that. Going to be a few days before I fully recover! So let me get this done before I pass out! Our photo from last week was from Lucio Fulci’s The Black Cat (1981), with one of our favorite actors, Patrick Magee. Congrats to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Peggie Christie, Kevin Hart, Troy Howarth, Gary Laughner, Erik Martin, Gary McGuire, Tim Palace, Vincent Simonelli, Todd Warren, and Greg Wojick. You all are scholars in my eyes!
This week’s photo might be a little tougher. Granted, I usually say that, don’t I? Well, we’ll have to see how many send in the correct answer this time to see if I’m right. Take a peak, and if you know it, send your answer to us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck.