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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
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!
Monday has arrived, once again. Hope everyone had a good weekend, for what its worth. So let us not delay and get to our Mystery Photo recap, shall we? Last week’s photo was from the 1980 film Death Ship, starring the always entertaining George Kennedy and Richard Crenna. This is one of those films that really isn’t that bad, but is very rarely one that comes up in conversation, especially when you’re talking about a haunted ship. But kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Kuba Haczek, and William Wilson.
Now on to this week’s photo. Let’s see how well you can do with this ugly mug! As always, remember not to post your answers here, so everyone else can have a chance. But send your guesses to us in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, I will admit that our last photo was inspired from meeting the great Clint Howard at the HorrorHound convention last weekend. Such a class act. The film of course is Evilspeak (1981) and is such a lot of fun. I mean, how could it not when you contact Satan on an old computer? Good times! Kudos the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Aaron Christensen, Ken Johnson, Doug Lamoreux, Dustin Moravich, William Wilson, and Greg Wojick.
So this week’s photo is posted below and yet another woman in distress? A theme perhaps? Maybe. But do you know where this is from? If so, then send your answer in an email to email@example.com. Don’t post them here, so others can have a guess.
Sorry for the delay in today’s update with the Mystery Photo, but still recuperating from the HorrorHound Weekend. But back to business. Wait…that was business too…never mind.
So…our photo from last week was from one of my favorite Hammer films, Seth Holt’s 1960 chiller Scream of Fear (also known as Taste of Fear). If you haven’t seen this one, it really is a must. Don’t read anything about it, but just find it and watch it! Kudos out to the following for sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Kuba Haczek, Troy Howarth, Doug Lamoreux, and Michael Shields. Well done, folks!
Okay, so let us now get to this week’s photo. Might be really easy…or not. But hopefully you have fun thinking about it. Everyone can use a little fun on a Monday, right? And remember, as always, please do not post your answers here, so others can have a try. Send them instead to me in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Good luck!
Happy Labor Day! Hopefully you are one of the lucky ones that have today off. If not, you have my condolences! I do, which is why this is getting posted a little later than normal. But let us get to it, shall we? Last week’s photo was from Oliver Stone’s feature debut, the 1974 film Seizure, starring Martine Beswick, Jonathon Frid, and Mary Woronov. The only one to send in the correct answer was Troy Howarth. Well done!
Now onto this week’s photo. Going back to black and white films again so take a close look and good luck!
Please remember not to post your answers here, but send them in an email to email@example.com.