Sorry for the missed photo last week, but the weekend was just that busy! But even with an extra week, we only got two correct answers sent in. They were from Hoby Abernathy and Tim Palace. Well done! The shot was taken from Night of the Sorcerers (1974), from Amando de Ossorio, the same director that gave us the Blind Dead series.
Now on to this week’s photo. Hopefully this one won’t be as hard. Maybe. Just remember not to post your answers here so everyone can have a chance at it. Just send your guess to us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Now that the Halloween season is official over, though for most of us, it’s never is over, we will continue on with what we do every day….celebrating the horror genre! And what better what to do that then start off with a little pictorial puzzle, right? But before we get to this week’s, let us go over our last photo. It was from the 1964 film Castle of Blood, starring the alluring Barbara Steele. Unfortunately, we only got one person that recognized this shot and that was Hoby Abernathy. Well done, my friend!
So I can’t honestly say that this one is going to be much easier. Really could be a shot from a dozen or so movies. But let us see who might be able to pick out the right one. That is half the run, right? Making your brain do a little digging? Well take a look below and see what you can come up with.
As always, please do not post your answers here so others can have a go at it. Just send your guess to us in an email to email@example.com. Good Luck!
One more day before Halloween. Hopefully everyone has been enjoying the holiday season. I know we have! So let’s continue that with this week’s photo. But first, let us review last week’s. It was from the film Invasion of the Vampires (1963), a nice little atmospheric gem from Mexico. Kudos to Hoby Abernathy, Doug Lamoreux, and Gavin Schmitt for sending in the correct answer!
Now on to this week’s photo. I thought in the spirit of the holiday, I’d stick with another classic black and white film. Take a good look and see if you can tell what movie this shot has been taken from.
Please remember not to post your answers here, so that others can have a chance at it. Good luck!
Monday, Monday…here we are back once again. Hope we all had a fright-filled weekend? I know we did. But let’s get down to business. Our last photo was that of the lovely Mary Woronov in the 1989 film Warlock! Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: S. Hayashi, Kuba Haczek, Gavin Schmitt, Chadwick Saint John, Gert Verbeeck, and William Wilson. Well done, folks. Well done, indeed.
So on to this week’s pictorial puzzle. This one not only might stump you, but will probably have you seeking it out if you don’t know what it is, just from the photo alone. I mean…how could you not want to see this???
As always, please do not post your answers here so everyone can have a chance. Just send them in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good Luck!
Our photo from last week was from a childhood favorite of mine. It was one that I saw on TV late one night and it was forever cemented in my brain, especially the ending with the talking head! Of course, I’m talking about The Frozen Dead. And I still love the film today as much as I ever have. Great classic horror cheese! Kudos to the following people that send in their correct answer. We had quite a few this week. They were: Hoby Abernathy, Scott Bradley, Aaron Christensen, Damien Glonek, Bill Harrison, Chris Kinniery, Doug Lamoreux, Michael Shields, Mark Turner.
As we continue to celebrate our favorite month, lets go with another fun one, though a little newer than our last choice. But see if you can recognize the film from the below shot. Good luck!
And as always, please remember not to post your answers here, that way everyone can have a chance at it! Just send your guess to us in an email to email@example.com.
Almost let the day go by without getting this posted. After surviving a 24-hour movie marathon over the weekend, where I developed a nice and nasty cold, I’m lucky I’m still able to function at all! But I came across this photo and it made me smile, so I knew I had to use it. Might not be hard, but if you know it, I’m sure it will make you smile as well. But first, let’s get to our photo from last week. It was from Roger Corman’s House of Usher (1960). I must say, a great flick for a chilly October night. Kudos out to the following for sending in the correct answer: Bill Harrison, Troy Howarth, and Kuba Haczek. Well done!
Now…on to the fun. See if this photo doesn’t grab hold of you! Yeah, I know…too easy! But good luck none the less. Remember…don’t post your guesses here, but send them to me in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to October! We survived our little trip to Ohio for the Cinema Wasteland show, which is why this is just getting posted now! But better late than never, right? So let us get to it. Our last photo was from the 1975 film from Tyburn Productions and directed by Freddie Francis, called The Ghoul. Not to be confused with the Karloff one from the ’30s, this one starred Peter Cushing, John Hurt, and Veronica Carlson. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answers: Hoby Abernathy, Bruce Crelin, Dave Fronto, Chris Kinniery, and Doug Lamoreux. I have a feeling I have missed a name or two, so if I did miss your’s, then I apologize now. Been a hectic week.
Now on to this week’s photo. This might be a challenging one…or not. But either way, good luck! As always, please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a chance at it!