Bob Wilkens was my favorite TV horror host back in 1973 when I lived in S.F. I met him at a convention in California years later, and I got to thank him for his great show. I have his autograph on an 8x10 glossy, that I have framed and on display.
Good afternoon REX! I always love your Halloween shows:-)
Wow, obscure reference in "Vampire's Ball": Kharis!
MASH MY CHILDREN!!!
Red monsters !...green werewolves !....I don't know whether to stop or go !
THE ZOMBIE’S CUCUMBER. The genus Brugmansia is a shrub with elegant, trumpet-like flowers and common all around South America. It might also erase your memories and destroy your free will, reducing you to a helpless flesh-slave in thrall to a voodoo priest. This flowering plant contain large amounts of the alkaloid scopolamine, known to some as “truth serum” for its ability to lessen inhibitions. In heavier dosages, products of this plant can cause delirium and hallucinations so powerful they can convince someone that they have died and come back to life as a mindless slave—the foundation of the zombie myth.
Fan-TAS-tic show, Rex.
I missed it yesterday because I was attending a 24-Horrorthon. Here is my homework:
1. The Keep
2. Black Magic (Hong Kong, 1975)
3. Godzilla's Revenge
4. Texas Chainsaw Massacre III
5. Blue Monkey (Canada, 1987)
6. Pet Sematary
7. The Gate II
8. Last House On Dead End Street
9. Guru The Mad Monk
11. Mother's Day
12. Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
13. Blood Rage
14. Kingdom Of The Spiders
15. Night Of The Creeps