This is a special Mystery Photo Monday because it happens to be my birthday! So with this week’s photo, I’m going to give you a little hint. Not only is it one of my favorite films, it is also the first movie I rented on VHS when I purchased my very first VCR. But before we get to the photo, let’s go over last week’s. It was from the Italian film The Spider Labyrinth (1988). A little slow at times but has a killer ending! Kudos to Aaron AuBuchon and Gavin Schmitt. Well done!
Okay, let us get to this week’s photo. Don’t wait too long to answer or you may end up like the guy in the photo. As always, please remember not to post your answers here so that others can have a guess. Just send your answer to us in an email to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Last week’s photo was a little tough, I’ll admit. But there are reasons for my choices. If a photo from a movie you haven’t seen before piques your interests enough to seek it out, then I’ve done my job. Granted, I hope you enjoy what you seek out, but at least the searching can be the fun part. Last week’s photo was from The Valdemar Legacy II: The Forbidden Shadow (2010). The main reason I sought out this film was that it featured Paul Naschy is one of his last roles, so I had to see it. The first film, just called The Valdemar Legacy, was pretty entertaining, which had me then seeking out the second feature. While the second was a little bit of a let down, especially compared with the first, I still enjoyed them both. If you a fan of Naschy, as well as H.P. Lovecraft, I think it will be worth your time. Congrats to Hoby Abernathy, Bryan Martinez, and Lee Nattrass for sending in the correct answer.
Now for this week’s photo. I recently got an upgraded print of this film so I decided to use it for this week’s pic. Another one that needs more attention. Just remember, please do not post your answers here so others can have a chance. Just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck.
Welcome to our first Mystery Photo of August! We would have had this a little sooner today but after having one hell of a time the last few days at Flashback Weekend, we’re still recovering! But let’s get down to business! The photo from last week was from Norman J. Warren’s Bloody New Year (1987). The only one with the correct answer was William Wilson, so kudos goes out to him.
Now this one is going to be tricky. The creature might look familiar, but will you know which movie it is from??? Take a look and find out! As always, please remember not to post your answers here, so others can have a guess. Just send them to us in an email to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Another glorious Monday. Yeah. Let’s get down to business. Our photo from last week was from the 1983 film Mausoleum, starring Marjoe Gortner & Bobbie Bresee. Such a fun memory from the ’80s. Congrats to Gavin Schmitt and William Wilson for sending in the correct answer.
Let’s see what you can do with this little gem. Take a look, make a guess. But please remember not to post your answers here in the comments section so that others can have a chance at guessing. Good luck!
Have we survived the summer heat? With all those 100 degree temps? Hopefully if you did have to go outside for any long period of time, you stayed hydrated. Our photo for this week might be something like I would like just by going outside in the sun! But before we get to that, let’s go over last week’s photo. It was from the amazing film Resolution, by two incredible filmmakers, Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. This is just a small indie film, with a very small cast, but will pack a punch and is so well done. If you haven’t seen it, check it out. As well as their other films, Spring (2014) and The Endless (2017). Kudos to Bryan Martinez and William Wilson for sending in the correct answer. Honestly, I think there was one or more that sent in the correct answer but for the life of me, I either didn’t save the email or make myself a note. So if you did and I missed it, I apologize.
Okay, on to this week’s photo. It’s a real brain-buster! Yeah, I know… too easy. Take a look and see what you can come up with. As always, please don’t post your answers here so others can have a chance. Just send them to us in an email (to firstname.lastname@example.org). Good Luck!
Monday morning and back on track with this week’s Mystery Photo. Last week’s definitely was a tough one, but we did get one correct answer sent it. That was from William Wilson and the movie was Dear Dead Delilah (1972), written and directed by author John Farris, and starring Agnes Moorehead. A very interesting little early ’70s tale of murder and mystery. Thanks to the fine folks at Vinegar Syndrome for putting this out on Blu-Ray!
So let’s not waste any time and get on to this week’s photo. This might be another tough one, but if you don’t know it, hopefully you seek it out. Because it is more than worth it. But first, as always, please do not post your answers here, so that others can have a chance at guessing. Just send your answers to us in an email, to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Yes, I know, a day late. I almost was just going to wait until next Monday, but figured I’d get it out anyway. Wouldn’t want to disappoint everyone. One would think that having a 4 day weekend, I would have been on top of these things, but since fate would give me a sinus infection right before the holiday weekend, I spent those days trying to cough up a lung! So… now that I’ve survived, let’s get to it! But first, let us congratulate those that sent in the correct answer for last week’s photo, which, by the way, was from Hammer’s Night Creatures (1962). Kudos to the following: Todd Barwick, Dave Fronto, Troy Howarth, Lee Nattrass, Michael Shields, and Vincent Simonelli. Well done!
Okay, so being that I was laid up for the weekend, I did spend a lot of that time in front of the TV so I was able to knock out quite a few movies. This is from one of those. Give it a good look and see what you can come up with. As always, remember not to post your answers here so that others can have a chance at guessing. Just send your guess to us in an email (to firstname.lastname@example.org). Good Luck!