Don’t worry… no April Fool’s joke here. Even if I thought about it, been way too busy to even have time to come up with a good one. So instead we’ll just concentrate on our Mystery Photo this week. Last week’s photo wasn’t from a movie, but instead a TV series from the early ’70s, Sept. 15th, 1972 to be precise. The TV show was called Ghost Story and this particular episode was called The Dead We Leave Behind, starring Jason Robards and Stella Stevens. This episode in particular really gave me the creeps back then, and I think it still holds up to today as well. If you get chance to see any of these old episodes, especially this one, I would recommend it. Hoby Abernathy and Michael Shields were the only one to send in the correct answer. But don’t feel bad, this was a tough one.
So let’s go with something maybe a little easier. Maybe. Give it a peek and see what you think! As always, please don’t post your guess here so others can have a guess. Just send them to me via email, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Our photo from last week was from Ghoulies (1984), which featured the work of the late, great John Carl Buechler. Congrats to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Todd Barwick, Richard Diaz, Doug Fronto, Erik Martin, Michael Shields, And William Wilson. Job well done.
So let’s get to this week’s photo. I gotta warn you, this is going to be a tough one. Just throwing it out there, that way if you can’t guess it, then you won’t feel bad. But this little gem made quite the impact on my young mind. So give a peek and see what you can come up with.
As always, please do not post your answers here so that others can have a chance at guessing. Just send your guess to us at email@example.com. Good Luck!
Yes, it is a little late in the day, but it is still Monday. After getting very little sleep over the last few days while at the HorrorHound Weekend, I think I’m allowed to be a wee bit late! But I will say that I was so happy to see so many people send in the correct answer for our phot from last week, which was The Taking of Deborah Logan (2014). I found this film to be incredibly effective and it is a shame that it hasn’t hit DVD or Blu-ray yet. Hopefully that will change very soon. But kudos to the following that did send in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Todd Barwick, Aaron Christensen, David Friedman, Bryan Martinez, Dustin Moravich, Gavin Schmitt, Michael Shields, Mark Turner, Kristin Wicks, and Tal Zimerman.
So let’s take a peek at this week’s photo and see if you’re are lucky once again. As always, please do not post your answers here so that others can have a chance to guess. Just send your guess to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck.
A little late, I know, but it’s still Monday, so this counts! Our photo from last week was from Massimo Pupillo’s The Bloody Pit of Horror (1965). What a great title! Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Todd Barwick, Aaron Christensen, Troy Howarth, and Michael Shields. Sorry Nicole…you never sent me the answer.
This week’s photo might be a little tougher because honestly I don’t think enough people have seen it, which is a damn shame. Give it a peek and see if you know what it is from. As always, please don’t post your answers here so that others can have a chance. Good Luck!
Another fun Monday morning Mystery Photo! What a way to start off the week. I am happy to say that we got a few correct answers sent in this time, and even more surprising because it is not a title that is often talked about. But, like a lot of fans that grew up paging through reference books, this photo popped up here and there. The movie is The Black Cat (1966), which will be a little more easily available when Severin releases in in their Hemisphere Horror box set. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Todd Barwick, Doug Fronto, Troy Howarth, Michael Shields, Todd Warren, and William Wilson. Well done!
Now on to this week’s pictorial puzzle. Could be another easy one. Or not. Either way, just make sure you don’t post your answer here so that others can have a chance at guessing. Just send your guess to us at email@example.com. Good Luck!
Back once again for another pictorial puzzle on this fine Monday. Are we ready? Before we begin, let us back up a week and go over our last photo. It was from the Spanish film The Graveyard of Horrors (1971), which is also known under the titles The Butcher of Binbrook and Necrophagus. Not one of the best examples of Spanish horror, but a fun watch if you can find a copy. Kudos to Todd Barwick and Michael Shields for sending in the correct answer.
Now let’s get to this week’s photo. Don’t think too hard, or you just might get a splitting headache! Yeah, I know… but just couldn’t pass it up. As always, please remember not to post your answers here so that others can have a chance. Just send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
I know it’s been a couple of weeks, but we are back with our weekly photo puzzle. Our last photo was from the 1975 film Psychic Killer, starring the late Julie Adams. Kudos to Michael Shields for being the only one to send in the correct answer.
Now lets get to this to this week’s photo and see if everyone remembers how to do this. That’s right, please don’t post your answers here so others can have a chance at it. Just send your guess to us at email@example.com. Good Luck!