Mystery Photo 2-19

Welcome to that wonderful time of the week again. Monday? No…I was referring to the Mystery Photo. Last week’s photo was from one from Hammer Studios, as they were desperately trying to stay afloat. The film was The Legend of the Seven Golden Vampires (also known as a few other titles as well). Sure, its not one of their better ones, but it still can be a little fun. Kudos to the following that sent in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Troy Howarth, & Bryan Ruff. Well done!

Now onto this week’s photo. See if you fair as well this time out. Maybe you’ll know this one. Maybe not. But give it a look and see what you can come up with. And as always, please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a chance at it. Good luck!

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Mystery Photo 2-12

Welcome back to our regular (or usually regular) feature….our Mystery Photo. Hopefully for those out there that don’t get the photo, when you do find out the name of it, that it sits somewhere in your brain, just waiting to come across it at some point, and think “Hey…there was a mystery photo from that before…I should watch that!” That is my devious plan all along. Granted, some of these might be less than stellar films, but that is the chance you’ll have to take!

Our photo from last week was from the 1974 Italian film The Perfume of the Lady in Black. Congrats to the following that sent in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Kuba Haczek, Troy Howarth, Ken Johnson, Will Wilson, and Greg Wojick.

Now on to this week’s photo. Please remember, do NOT post your answers here so others can have a chance. Just send us an email at jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good Luck!

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Mystery Photo 2-5

Monday, Monday, once again. But now it’s February, so we’re a little closer to spring, right? Got to look on the bright side….

Okay…so the only one to send in a correct answer for last week’s photo was Hoby Abernathy. So kudos to you, Hoby, for recognizing the shot was from the movie Invisble Invaders (1959). Not one that is talked about too often, and not a great film, but a fun one to pass 67 minutes of your time.

So this week, we’re going back to color, so hopefully this might be a little easier. Or not. Please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a chance. Just send your guess to us in an email, to jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good Luck!

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Mystery Photo 1-29

Welcome to our last Mystery Photo of the month. Went by pretty quick, didn’t it? Next thing you know, convention season will be here, and then Halloween! Okay…maybe not that soon and let’s not get ahead of ourselves, but let’s get to the topic at hand. Our photo from last week was from the 1955 film Cult of the Cobra, with an all star cast such as Faith Domergue, Richard Long, Marshall Thompson, and even David Janssen. Sorry to those of you who thought it was from It Came from Outer Space, which I’m sure the little bubble effect fooled you! Congrats to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Bill Harrison, Troy Howarth, and Michael Shields.

Now onto this week’s photo. Going with another black and white classic. Yeah, I’m just a sucker for a good old fashion black and white film. Anyway, take a look and see if you can come up from where this is from. As always, please remember not to post your answer here so others can have a guess. Good Luck!

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Mystery Photo 1-22

Better late than never, right? It is Monday after all, so it sure has lived up to it’s name today! But let us get at it before the day is finally over!

Our photo last week was believe it or not, not from a Coffin Joe picture, which we had a few that sent in that. But I can totally see how it sure might look like him. But in fact, it was from Hammer’s Kiss of the Vampire (1963). Mr. Troy Howarth was the only one to send in the correct answer, so well done, Troy!

Now on to this week’s photo. I can tell you that it isn’t from a Coffin Joe flick this time out either! So give it a peek and see what you can come up with. As always, please remember not to post your answers here so others can have a chance. Just send me an email at jon@kitleyskrypt.com. Good Luck!

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Mystery Photo 1-15

After being sick pretty much all weekend, not sure if Monday is a good thing or not! But none the less, that didn’t stop me from coming up with a new Mystery Photo for you. Our photo from last week was from Mario Bava’s A Bay of Blood (1971), or Twitch of the Death Nerve, Carnage, or any of the other half dozen titles it’s known for. I gave credit to anybody that sent in the correct film, no matter the title. And those are the following: Martin Meeks, Dustin Moravich, James Schmeichel, and Troy Howarth. Well done!

Now on to this week’s photo. To some it might seem pretty easy, others might think they know right away, but you might want to re-think it. Confuse you enough? Good. Just remember not to post your answers here so others can have a chance. Good luck!

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Mystery Photo 1-8

Greeting, fellow movie fanatics! Hopefully this Monday will be nice to you. We got a pretty good response from our last photo, which is always nice. Of course, the photo was from the 2001 masterpiece from the (now Golden Globe winning director) Guillermo del Toro, The Devil’s Backbone. Such a great piece of cinema. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Scott Bradley, Cate Cameron, Craig J. Clark, Kuba Haczek, Jinx, Bryan Martinez, Dustin Moravich, Kristin Wicks, and William Wilson.

Now on to this week’s pictorial puzzle. Take a peek and see what you can come up with. As always, please do not post your answers here so others can have a guess. Good luck!

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