After a much needed mini-vacation at Monster Bash in Mars, PA, we’re back with our weekly Mystery Photo. This one is a real treat. But before we get to that, our photo from last week probably got the most correct answers that I can remember. The film is American Gothic (1987), starring Rod Steiger and Yvonne De Carlo, as well as cult regulars Michael J. Pollard and William Hootkins. Kudos to the following that sent in the correct answers: Hoby Abernathy, Aaron Christensen, Todd Barwick, Jerry Downing, Brian Fukala, Richard Garcia, Christopher Highland, Erick Martin, Gavin Schmitt, James Turner, Kristin Wicks, William Willson, and Greg Wojick. Major Kudos!
So this next flick is going to be a little obscure, but is one of those that if you’ve seen it, I doubt you’ll ever forget it. The quality isn’t that great but 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.
Sorry about the lack of updates this week, but been putting way too many hours in my real job and it is taking it’s toll. Didn’t really have a weekend so almost forgot that today is actually Monday! But at least I did get this photo in before the day is over. Our last photo was from The People Who Own the Dark (1976), starring Alberto de Mendoza, Nadiuksa, and of course, Paul Naschy! While Naschy has only a supporting role, the film is still more than worth your time and has great ending. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Bob Hartman, Troy Howarth, Lee Nattrass, Gavin Schmitt, and Michael Shields. Well done!
Now on to this week’s photo. Might be pretty easy for those that have seen the movie. Otherwise…might take a little more research. As always, please remember not to post your answers here in the comments, so that others can have a change at guessing. Just send your answer to us in an email, to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Happy Monday, once again. They just keep coming back, don’t they?
Okay, our photo from last week was from the 1971 film The Devil’s Nightmare, starring the wonderful Erika Blanc. I can remember back in the old VHS days trying to find an uncut copy of this that had the black and white intro, as well as some of the other cut scenes that weren’t in any of the VHS releases here in the states. But now, thanks to Mondo Macabre, we don’t need to worry about that, do we? Anyway, kudos out to Todd Barwick and Michael Shields for sending in the correct answer. Well done, indeed.
This week’s photo is another Euro favorite of mine, so take a peek and see what you can figure out. As always, please remember not to post your answers here so that others can have a chance at guessing. You can send us your guess though email, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Welcome to our first Mystery Photo of June! That means before too long, we’ll be sweltering in the heat, waiting for winter. Well, at least I will. But let’s enjoy it while we can. Our photo from last week was from a lesser known title from Hammer Films, The Snorkel (1958), a great little thriller that needs some more attention. It did get released on DVD in the Icons of Suspense box set that came out a few years ago, that I would highly recommend. Not only for this film, but also has Cash on Demand (1961) that while it isn’t horror, Peter Cushing and André Morell are amazing to watch. Okay… enough doing Hammer’s PR work… congrats to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Cate Cameron, Craig Clark, Dave Fronto, Troy Howarth, Jennifer Kilzer, Charles Miller and Gavin Schmitt.
Finally, onto this week’s photo. Might be a little tougher but give it a try. As always, remember NOT to post your answers here in the comment section so that others can have a guess. Just send your answer to us in an email to email@example.com. Good Luck!
Wasn’t sure if I was going to make it today, but here it is. After spending the last 4 days in Columbus, eating way too much amazing food, wasn’t sure if I was even going to survive! But we did, and here is your latest Mystery Photo. But first, let us review last week’s photo. Not a familiar one to most it seems because we only got one correct answer sent in, which was from Greg Wojick. Well done, Greg. The movie is called Witching and Bitching (aka Las brujas de Zugarramurdi, 2013), from Spanish filmmaker Álex de la Iglesia. I’ve been a big fan of his work since first feature, Acción mutante (1993) and he never disappoints.
So let’s get to this week’s photo. As usual, PLEASE make sure you do not post your comments here, so that everyone can get a chance at guessing. Instead, just send your guess to us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Before we get to this week’s photo, I have to point out that I made a slight error a couple of weeks ago on the photo. The shot was from The Black Zoo, but I had grabbed the image from Google search and it was in black and white. The film, however, is in color. I had a couple of people send in some other answers because of it being black and white, so I apologize for that. Lesson learned.
Our photo from last week was from a made-for-TV movie called Satan’s Triangle (1975) starring the always amazing Doug McClure and Kim Novak. Shame this hasn’t gotten a legit DVD release. Kudos to Bob Hartman and Michael Shields for sending in the correct answer.
So for this week’s answer, this will be me the next time I get the color wrong on a Mystery Photo! Please remember now to post your answers here in the comments so others can have a chance. Just send them to me in an email (email@example.com). Good Luck!
Last week’s photo was from the film The Black Zoo (1963), starring the always entertaining Michael Gough. His performances, especially when he’s playing the villain, tend to be a tad over the top, but are always so much fun to watch. Kudos to Hoby Abernathy, Dave Fronto, and William Wilson for sending in the correct answer.
This week’s photo is another rare one that you might have to think a little harder on, or maybe brush up on your geometry. But 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 guess. Just send them to us in an email, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!