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"People get wrapped up in technology and get
lost in it. The technology gets in front of the art and storytelling, which is a
- Stan Winston
11-10-14 THE PARTY IS OVER...BUT FRIENDS
Sorry for the delayed update but I was still recovering
yesterday from our annual Halloween party on Saturday. It is a
pretty big event and one that takes several weeks of planning and preparations
for, but it is always well worth the work and effort that myself, my wife and
son put into it. To have a group of your friends and fellow horror fiends come
over to help celebrate not only the horror genre, but the fact that we are all
so connected because of this genre. Pretty much everyone that attended
yesterday, I had met because this genre that we love so much. Either meeting
them at conventions, through message boards, or this website, these are the
people with the same interests, love and passion for these movies. And because
of that, we have become an extended family, not just seeing each other at
conventions, but even getting to hang out at other times, and usually just
having a blast.
I guess my point of all of this is that when you have a
passion for something, it really can become a way to meet other like-minded
people that can share that same interests, which in turns can create not just a
friendship, but one that can last for decades. There is nothing better than
having someone else you can talk and discuss your passions with, even if it is
only through email. That connection is still there and is a wonderful thing. So
to all of my friends out there, from ones I've met at conventions over the last
25+ years, to the ones I've met through this website, or any other outlet or
medium, I just wanted to say thank you.
CLAWING: A JOURNEY THROUGH THE SPANISH HORROR
We recently had the chance to see this new documentary on the
Spanish horror genre. Click HERE to hear what we
VAMPYRES REMAKE TRAILER
Yes, there is a remake to the cult film from the '70s,
strangely enough from the same director as the above documentary. You can check
it out HERE.
Definitely looks interesting. Caroline Munro is one of the stars of the film,
along with cameos from several actors from some classic Spanish horror films
like Lone Fleming (TOMBS OF THE BLIND DEAD), May Heatherly (PIECES), Antonio
Mayans (OASIS OF THE ZOMBIES), Conrado San Martín (THE AWFUL DR. ORLOF), and
even has Colin Arthur doing the makeup effects, which he also did on the
TO THE MORGUE
We recently picked up Horror Movie Heroes from Rue Morgue
magazine and wanted to take a second to highly commend them on this publication.
As you frequent followers of my site know, I really preach about learning the
history of the genre, since there is so many great things out there for us fans
to still discover, and strive to do that here. Once I started to page through
this new book (sort of like a small magazine, but much thicker), I was delighted
to see some names listed and getting attention that normally wouldn't be
mentioned. Sure, they are a lot of the usual suspects, like Romero, Carpenter,
Cronenberg, Hooper, but there are also a few in there that made me give them a
nice thumbs up from the Krypt. They have William Girdler in there, who gave us
GRIZZLY and DAY OF THE ANIMALS. They have Ray Kellogg in there, who gave us THE
GIANT GILA MONSTER and THE KILLER SHREWS. They even have a nice piece on the
Cardona family, who have given us three generations of filmmakers, who gave us
titles like NIGHT OF THE BLOODY APES!
Sure, some of these only get a page or two, but the fact that
they are in there is a great way to open the eyes and ears of newer fans who
might not know these names and/or movies. And maybe, just maybe, it might drive
them to seek some of these out. And to me, that should be the ultimate goal for
any publication, both in print and online, to strive to get their audience to
experience more of the genre. So well done, RM.
In 2002, author John Hamilton put out a book entitled X-cert
- The British Independent Horror Film: 1951-1970. The covered some of the
smaller films that were not released by the likes of Hammer, Amicus, or others,
but titles like PEEPING TOM, or FLESH AND THE FIENDS, or DOCTOR BLOOD'S COFFIN.
Now Hamilton is back with a second edition to this series, called X-Cert 2 - The
British Independent Horror Film: 1971-1983. Published by Hemlock Books, this one
covers titles such as Pete Walker's FRIGHTMARE, TOWER OF EVIL, and Vincent
Price's THEATER OF BLOOD. Being a huge fan of the horror films made in Britain,
I know I will be adding this edition to our collection as well.
Books have always put out exceptional editions and have always impressed us.
While it is not available through them yet, it might be at some point in the
future in an American edition through Midnight Marquee Press. I know you can get
the first book through them. Just click HERE to find out more about this title,
along with quite a few other great ones.
BOOKS...A WORTHY INVESTMENT?
I've had discussions with some of my friends (much to some of
their bewilderment) about how I generally won't pay for than $50 for a movie
poster or some other sort of memorabilia, usually because I just don't have the
money but mainly because I don't like putting that much money into one item.
Simply put...it is just too expensive.
Now I know I have spoken about my love for horror reference
books and continue to add titles to my library. We all know that books can get
quite expensive as well, but have also mentioned that the cost for your average
book isn't that much when you compare the content to one of the many horror
magazines out there. But recently I have ordered a couple of books that went
beyond my comfort level when it came to the price. They were two that I thought
quite a bit about and at first decided against them because of the price. But
then went back and ordered them anyway. Here's the two titles and here's my
The first book is all about the 3 films that featured the
title star from THE CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, called The Creature
Chronicles, written by Tom Weaver, David Schecter and Steve Kronenberg, with the
introduction by Julie Adams. Now this is published by McFarland which right
there tells us the price tag is going to be high. Which it is at $75. You can order it
from Amazon for $60, but that is still a bit steep. Now, this is a 408 hardcover
edition with close to 300 photos, so we're not talking about some little trade
paperback. But the way I was looking at it, if there was ever a time I needed to
do some research about any of those movies, this would be the book to go to.
Plus, the Dark Delicacies book store in California was having a signing event recently where
you could get the book signed by author Schecter, as well as Julie Adams, Rex
Reason, and a few more. So I knew that this book would definitely not lose any
value while it sat in my collection, not to mention having all that information
at my fingertips.
The second book is one that I've mentioned here a few times:
Hammer's Film Legacy by Wayne Kinsey. I have several of Kinsey's other Hammer
books and not only are they just exceptional volumes of information, but most of
them are hard to find these days without paying 3-4 times the original price.
This new book is from the UK and is also a 400+ page hardcover which is a limited edition
of 500 copies, and covers Hammer's films from THE QUATERMASS EXPERIMENT to the
DEVIL'S DAUGHTER. The normal retail price for this is £45 (approx. $71) but are
having a sale price right now of £35 (approx. $55). The other problem is the shipping
cost. The cheapest way to get it here, by using Surface mail, is almost another
$30. So you'd basically be looking at around $85. Decisions, decisions. Being
the Hammer fan that I am, I knew if I didn't pick this one up, I would regret
it. So I ordered it. You can find out more about the book by clicking
Honestly, one of the things that pushed my decision in that
direction was I know these volumes will never go down in value, most likely
increasing by quite a bit. So while I am buying these for practical uses, they
really are an investment. But beyond that, I also wanted to make show support to
the book publishers. The Hammer book is from Peveril Publishing which is a small
press company in the UK. By showing them support and buying this book, it shows
that the hard work they are doing is not in vain and that the fans out there are
willing to spend the money for what they doing. So yeah, while I'm not thrilled
that I paid that kind of money for two books, I know once I have them in my
hands, all of that will be forgotten and know they would be very special
editions to my library.
NEW SOUNDTRACK REVIEW: HORNS
We have posted our review of the score for the new Daniel
Radcliff movie, HORNS. Just click here to get to
our Soundtrack Reviews.
The photo from our last update was one of the later Hammer films, CAPTAIN KRONOS:
VAMPIRE HUNTER. Nice to see a bunch of people sending in the correct answer for
this one. Damn shame the movie didn't do better and start another series of
films for Hammer. Could have been cool. Kudos to the following that sent in the
correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Cate Cameron, Craig Clark, Kevin Matthews,
Raymond Rich, Gavin Schmitt, Mike Shields, Mark Turner, Mike Tutino, Tom White,
and Will Wilson. Well done. Always great to see people still showing the love
for Hammer films!
Okay...take a look and see if you can't wrap your head around
our latest photo! As always, just click
HERE to send me
your answer. Good luck.
10-26-14 THE KRYPT'S 16TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY
This month marks the 16th Anniversary for this little
website. Hard to believe that I've been hacking away at this thing for so long.
I started this to basically to give myself a soapbox to spout my opinions,
views, reviews, rants, and ramblings. And 16 years later, I'm still doing it. But the
strange thing is that over the years, a few people actually started following the site.
And even stranger, they actually liked what they were seeing/reading! I know I'm
only doing updates every other week now, but hopefully you are still getting the
same entertainment and info that you are used to when you visit the Krypt,
without being bombarded with ads and the same news stories you see at every
other website out there. I really strive to be unique in what I do here and
really making this site an extension of my demented little mind. And I'm still
having fun doing it, so I'm going to keep at it.
I know I'm doing something right when I get a random email
from a reader thanking for putting out a site that is filled with passion. I
really do appreciate all of you out there that do continue to stop by the Krypt and hope you
continue to do so. I also appreciate all the comments and kind words that I have
received over the years. You have no idea how much it means to me. So from the
bottom of my blackened heart, I thank you. Here's to another year!
HIDDEN HORROR BOOK EVENT
Are you in the Chicago area and want to get in the mood for
this Halloween and maybe get some ideas for some horror films to watch that you
might have not have heard of or seen before? Then head over to the Harold
Washington Library (400 S. State St. Chicago, IL 60605) tomorrow night at 6pm
for the Hidden Horror Author Event! Editor Aaron Christensen, myself, along with
several other of the contributors will be there to celebrate all of those Hidden
Horrors! We will have copies of the book for sale (which make great Christmas
presents...just saying), as well as a few copies of Horror 101, Aaron's first
book. The authors will be more than happy to sign your copies as well at the end
of the event. Or if you just want to come out and chat about horror movies, we'd
love to have you as well. I'm sure if you're looking to increase your To-Watch
list for this Halloween season, you will leave with quite a few.
HERE to get all the other details about the event. Hope to see you there.
CLASSIC HORROR AT THE DRIVE-IN
Last night, my wife and I headed up north to the McHenry Drive-In for a night of
classic horror. They were screening originals from the Universal classics,
DRACULA, THE WOLF MAN, and THE MUMMY. Seeing DRACULA on the big screen was the
final title in my checklist to see all the Universal monsters on the big screen.
Granted, it has taken me a few years, but I finally did it last night. I was
also pleasantly surprised to see a ton of people there for this event. To see
this many people coming out on a Saturday night to see some films that they
could easily see on Netflix or cable made this grumpy old horror fan very happy.
Sure, watching the movies at home is great. But taking the time and effort to
come to a drive-in to watch these movies on the big screen shows that they
understand that it is more than just watching the movies. It is the experience.
DOUBLE THE HORROR
As we reported in our last update, we had just made it
through the first of this month's two 24-hour marathon. Granted at that one we were vending, so I
didn't get to catch that many flicks while there. But last weekend, we were at
the Massacre at the Portage Theater as a fan, so we got to sit and enjoy the
movies this time out. Of course, we had to move several times throughout the
event because of idiots that think that it is okay to have a conversation at a
normal level during the movie, or get out their phone to do some social
networking. I know we're all there to have a good time, but when we are in the
theater, we are there to
watch movies. You want to chat either online or in person, please move it out to
This marathon had a couple film prints of the titles they
were screening, but the sound on two of them weren't that great. During TARGETS
(where the color was so faded it almost looked black and white) the audio was so
warbled that I had trouble making some of the dialogue out. But once they
switched to DVD projection, they were fine. That really does bring up the debate
on what kind of format is best? Don't get me wrong, I'm all for a nice 35mm
print, as long as it looks and sounds good. But if the picture is all red or faded, and/or
the sound is messed up, or it's cut (like THE HAUNTED PALACE was) I'd rather
have the digital format.
But all that aside, I did have a good time there. It was
great to see a lot of the Chicago horror crowd turn out and got to hang out with
some old friends and made a few new ones as well.
OF THE DEAD REVISED
While there are a lot of books out there on zombie movies,
with more and more coming out all the time, one of the best ones that we had read
was Jamie Russell's Book of the Dead, which FAB Press put out back in 2005. It
was a bit pricy, but like all FAB Press books, it was worth every penny. But
now, Titan Books has released a "updated and fully revised" version of the book.
And even better...it's a bit cheaper than the original version.
Titan has put out some amazing titles, quite a few of which I
have in my own collection, like the wonderful titles they put on Hammer Films,
like Hammer Glamour and the Art of Hammer movie posters. So we're looking
forward to see how good of job they do on this revised edition. Once we know, we
will let you know as usual.
BOOK REVIEW: CHAIN SAW CONFIDENTIAL
I have posted our review of Gunnar Hansen's personal account
of making "the world's most notorious horror movie". Want to skip the review?
Just buy the book. It is that good. Want to read more, then head over to our
Reference Library for the full low down.
NEW SOUNDTRACK REVIEWS
I have a couple of new soundtrack reviews this time out. The
first one is for Ronen Landa's score for AT THE DEVIL'S DOOR, and the second is
Ceiri Torjussen's score for THE CANAL. Head over to our
Soundtrack Reviews for
all the details.
TURKEY DAY...COMING SOON
I know we still have a week before Halloween is here, but
don't forget that our next big celebration is not too far after that. That's
right folks, Turkey Day will soon be here. And on that Black Friday, a good
number of people will be doing battle over saying an extra few $$, even if it
means cutting people off, fighting over the last of an item, or just being an
asshole, all in the name of Christmas. But for myself and a few fellow deviants,
will be doing what I've been doing for the last 11 years...celebrating some of
the finest in cinematic train wrecks. We always suggest everyone holding their
own little Turkey Day event as well. Just make sure you don't do it alone. It
can be too dangerous, as well as being a lot more fun in bigger numbers. If you
need some suggestions, head over to our Turkey Day
recap to see what we've endured over the last 11 years.
So somehow I completely forgot to upload the Mystery Photo in our last update. I
guess that is what happens after a 24-hour movie marathon! But this time we made
sure the photo is there...actually putting it in there before I started typing
this out! Since we don't need to go over the lucky ones that guess correctly on
the last one, we can get right to the photo. Take a look at it and see what you
can come up with. As usual, just click
HERE to send in
Thanks to the few of you who did contact me to let me know
that I forgot the photo. Granted, it took over a week....
10-13-14 NO REST FOR THE WICKED...
Yeah...kind of missed our update yesterday. After getting
home from a 24-hour movie marathon at about 9am yesterday morning, then
getting about 3 hours of sleep...not sure if working on the computer was the
greatest idea. We started to try to get it done but the thought of doing
anything that took the slightest bit of brain function was not a good thing. But
we are rested up now and back at it will full strength. And that was even after
having to deal with Comcast earlier in the day. Trust me...the fact that I'm not
in jail right now is pretty surprising. But enough about that...let's get to our
MUSIC BOX OF HORRORS 2014
We had such a blast this past weekend at the
Music Box of Horrors at Chicago's best theater, the Music Box. I've been going
to this theater for decades where I have had the opportunities to see some great
features over the years. And seeing so many die-hard fans come out to the 10th
anniversary of these 24-hour marathons, and to celebrate
the genre and some of the best, wild, and craziest titles the horror genre has
to offer is always a great time. Thanks to everyone who stopped by our table and
picked up a copy of Hidden Horror, as well as some of the other books were were
selling. It was great just being there and chatting with the different
like-minded fans that were there for the fun.
I do have to say that one of the highlights for me, besides
watching a couple of the flicks while we were set up, were the original
paintings from Gorgon Video that were used for the video box art used ago. Years
ago when I was a collector of VHS tapes, the artwork on the covers was something
that was one of the reasons why I, along with a ton of people that still do,
collected these tapes. But to be standing a mere foot away from the actual
painting used was just amazing. My favorite of course was the one used for NIGHT
OF THE BLOODY APES, but they were all just incredible. It is a shame that these
artists didn't get more credit for the work they did. For those that weren't
able to come out to see them, I've posted pics below.
Thanks to Dave and the entire Music Box crew for putting on a
great event. I know the front lobby of the theater is under construction but it
didn't seem to put a damper on any of the moods. I can't wait to see what the
theater is going to look like when it is completed. Especially what we could do
for next year's marathon. Stay tuned.
NIGHT OF THE BLOOD APES - CHILDREN
SHOULDN'T PLAY WITH DEAD THINGS - DEATH DREAM - FACES OF
ONE DOWN...ONE TO GO
Next weekend, we will be at our 2nd 24-hour marathon of madness. This time at
the Portage Theater in Chicago. It has been quite some time since we've been to
the Portage so hopefully things are in order there. We won't be vending there,
but just going to enjoy the movies. Though honestly, wish they were screening
actual 35mm prints instead of DVD projection for most of these titles. But they
do have some great titles they will be playing, but am very excited to see Lon
Chaney's THE UNKNOWN, which I think is one of Chaney's best. Of course, seeing
TWINS OF EVIL would be pretty cool as well, but really don't think I'll make it
to 7am to catch that one. We'll see. Below is the list of titles and times.
12:00 PM THE UNKNOWN - with
1:00 PM THE HAUNTED PALACE -
Starring Vincent Price and Lon Chaney Jr.
2:35 PM TARGETS - Starring
4:15 PM TRILOGY OF TERROR -
Zuni Fetish Doll and Karen Black
5:40 PM Short Films Block
6:30 PM CHOPPING MALL - with director Jim
Wynorski in attendance
8:15 PM DEADLY SPAWN - with director Doug
McKeown in attendance
10:15 PM BLACK CHRISTMAS
12:00 AM TRICK 'r TREAT
1:30 AM CEMETERY MAN - aka DELLAMORTE
3:20 AM TENBRAE - one of Argento's best
5:15 AM EATEN ALIVE - Early Tobe Hooper
7:00 TWINS OF EVIL - One of Hammer's best!
8:40 AM TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN
10:15 AM DAY OF THE DEAD - Romero's zombies!
Two weeks ago, we were at the 26th show of Cinema Wasteland.
It boggles my mind each and every time we go to this show that it not only has
last this long, but that it really hasn't changed since that very first show,
back in September of 2000. But 14 years later, Pam and Ken Kish still continue
to put on the one show that I would go to every single one even if I wasn't a
vendor. It is still one of the most down to earth and easy going show that I
attend. The guests are approachable and easy to talk to without given the evil
eye by their handler. There are plenty of events going on throughout the weekend
to keep one busy and entertained.
Something happened at this show that has happened quite a few
times before over the years. I brought in some new blood. It never fails to
happen, but after going on and on about how much fun and different this show is,
when a friend comes to the show for the first time, they not only see that I
have not been exaggerating, but they make the comment that they will be coming
back each and every time from then on. This show is like crack...once you get a
taste, you will be back.
For fans of Romero's DAY OF THE DEAD, you might want to start
making your plans now since they are doing a 30th Anniversary of Romero's last
great zombie film with one hell of a reunion. They have the main cast of Lori
Cardille, Terry Alexander, Joe Pilato, Antone' DiLeo, Gary Klar, John Amplas, as
well as Phil Kellams, Howard Sherman, Tom Savini and Taso Stavrakis. That's 10
guests from the movie. Not a bad reunion, huh? Head over to their website for
all the details by clicking
NASCHY SOME LOVE
We all know that I have a strong love
for the work of Paul Naschy. Years ago, I had my good friend and unbelievably
talented artist friend Putrid design a Naschy design that I was going to get
made into a T-shirt. The main reason for that was because that I had already
seen any Naschy shirts out there. So I wanted to make sure I changed that, even
if only a little bit. Well, the deviant folks over at Evilspeak magazine have
created a great looking Naschy T-shirt, giving some love to his film HUNCHBACK
OF THE MORGUE, in some gruesome green and white design. I know I picked mine up
at Wasteland right away. Of course, they also have quite a few other killer
designs that you might want to add to your collection as well. Head over to
HERE to order yours today. Money well spent. And of course, that other
holiday is coming up and these would make great gifts for your fellow
horror fiends! Just tell them that I sent you.
REVIEW: STONEHEARST ASYLUM
We have a new review posted for the new film STONEHEARST
ASYLUM, which has a great cast so we are very hopeful about it. If it is good as
the score, then I think we'll be very happy. Head over to our
Soundtrack section to read our review. We will be
having some more soundtrack reviews coming next time as well. Stay tuned.
ANNOUNCES NEW TITLES
I have to give this company credit for releasing some titles
that I think always need more attention. Not sure if they really NEED a blu-ray
release since they were already on DVD, but if they might be out-of-print, or
more importantly, it is getting the fans attention because of it, then that is
something to celebrate. Next February, they will be releasing a double feature
of BLACULA and its sequel, SCREAM BLACULA SCREAM. Not sure of any extras, but
hopefully they will at least be able to score an interview with Pam Grier about
her work on the sequel.
They will also be releasing another double feature disc, this
time featuring a killer animal theme. Coming out next summer will be Bert I.
Gordon's FOOD OF THE GODS along with FROGS! While FROGS is fun at best, anytime
that Mr. B.I.G. gets some love, I'm all for that.
HORROR BOOK EVENT
Just in time for Halloween, editor Aaron Christensen and
myself will be at the Harold Washington Library (400 S. State St. Chicago) to
celebrate all the Hidden Horrors out there. There will be several other of the
contributors of the book attending the event as well. So if you by chance don't
have your copy yet you will be able to purchase one there. Or even if you just
want to sit with other like-minded horror fans and discuss some of the wonderful
films out there. We'd love to have you come out and joining the fun.
For more information, click
I know there are a lot of fans of horror movies out there
that are just that, fans. They just like watching some scary movies every now
and then and that's it. Nothing wrong with that. But for those out there that
have a stronger passion for the genre, ones that might be considered a little
obsessive, I have this simple requests for you: Never stop. Never stop seeking
out movies you haven't seen, especially older ones. Never stop learning about
the people that made them, whether it be the directors, actors, makeup people,
art director, or whoever. Or simply put, never stop learning.
Why? Simple. Because it makes you a better and more
knowledgeable movie fan. The more you know and see, the better understanding you
have of the movies and the genre itself. Trust me, I am not expert on the genre.
The only thing I have going over the next guy is maybe that I've been doing it
longer. And there is still a ton more I need and will learn about this massive
collection of flick flicks before all is said and done. And I still probably
won't even get close to knowing it all. That is the beauty of the genre. So all
I can do is hope that there are more and more people like me that have that
yearning to learn more. And every time I am at a convention, film screening, or
even kind of genre related event, I usually talk to meet and talk to someone
that shows me that there are plenty of us out there. So just keep it up and make
me, and all the other students of the genre proud.
Our last photo was from the last film from British director
Pete Walker, HOUSE OF THE LONG SHADOWS. That is poor Sheila Keith meeting a
nasty end in the film. Or did she? While not up to the usual standards of
Walker's films, it does have an amazing cast that is well worth the watch, if
only just for that. Kudos to the following for sending in the correct answer:
Erik Martin and AJ Wagar. Nice job, guys.
Okay folks, here is our photo for this update. See who of you
out there might recognize this shot. I'm sure there's a few of you. Let's hear
it. Just click
HERE to send in
9-28-14 BUSY, BUSY, BUSY
As our favorite time of year rolls in like the early morning
fog (before that Christmas holiday takes over completely), with plenty of events
to keep us busy, we have to remember to make sure you enjoy it. I know for me,
we have so many things going on that there are times when we just seem so busy
that we don't take the time to really enjoy it. With the last of our cons coming
to an end, 2 different 24-hour movie marathons coming up, plus much more,
October is going to seem to fly by. But we wouldn't want it any other way.
So make sure you enjoy these events, even if it is just
sitting in front of the TV watching a movie...hopefully with some other
like-minded friends. To me, that is the best way to enjoy this holiday season,
or any time of the month...celebrate our love and our passion of the horror
genre with friends. It makes it so much more fun and enjoyable.
Hope to see you next weekend at Cinema Wasteland!
On September 6th, Jacinto Molina (aka Paul Naschy) would have
turned 80 years old. Since his passing in 2009, his popularity has not falter in
the slightest, but seems to have grown. Though we Naschy fans still have a lot
of work ahead of us because there are still plenty of horror fans out there that
have not discovered his incredible work in the fantastic cinema. One of the best
websites out there promoting not only Naschy and his work, but all of the
Spanish horror film genre is
Spanish Horror. This last month, they had been running a
month long tribute to Naschy, with one of the contributors winning a copy of
the incredible book MUCHAS
GRACIAS SEÑOR LOBO. We totally spaced this out and didn't contribute ourselves,
but there are plenty of great articles and essays posted there that are well
worth your time. So check them out. As well as maybe making it a point to
celebrating Naschy's 80th birthday by sitting down with one or two of his
movies. Lucky for us, there are quite of few of his that are available on DVD
and even some on blu-ray. No better way to celebrate this man and paying tribute
to him then by keeping his memory alive.
We still have our page of Naschy tribute from a Blogathon
that happened back in 2010, where we talk about some of favorite Naschy flicks
and some other interesting points. You can read that by clicking
HERE. Of course, the other more recent tribute that I did accomplish was getting
a new tattoo, one that I hadn't originally planned, but after seeing the artwork
by Steve Bejma, I knew it was going to be my next piece. As you can see in the
photo, I think it came out pretty good. Thanks to Steve from Mark of Excellence
for transferring Bejma's work to my skin. I wear it with pride.
FULL MOON TO UNLEASH WAX
While on the subject of Spanish Horror, the film WAX,
starring Spanish icon Jack Taylor, will be premiere at FullMoonStreaming.com in
time for Halloween. It will also be released on DVD in December. This was the
first feature film by Victor Matellano (who had previously directed the
documentary CLAWING on Spanish the horror genre).
WE WANT YOUR TRIVIA
Dr. AC has a new project that needs your help. We are working
on new book of trivia questions and are looking to the experts out there to help
us compile a bunch of fun and mind bending questions. AC's idea is to have four
different levels of difficulty, such a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and then
finally Senior. So we'd be looking for the whole range from easier ones to the
real head-scratchers, from the more common titles like EVIL DEAD or THE EXORCIST
to the more obscure titles like ALUCARDA or VALERIE AND HER WEEK OF WONDERS, to
give the readers a wide range of questions. And since I'm sure a lot of us will
be watching their fare share of horror flicks this next month, this would be the
perfect time to have a little notepad by you while watching them, jotting down a
question or two while your watching.
If you feel like helping out, just send your questions and
answers to HERE
Last weekend, we attended the From Dusk To Dawn show at the
Midway Drive-In in Dixon and just had a blast. Sure, we were bothered with a
little bit of rain that made us breakdown our table sooner than we expected, but
still a lot of fun. Had a great time chatting with a bunch of like minded horror
fans, all coming out to see some classics on the big screen. Speaking of
which...WOW did those films look amazing. Seeing PHANTASM on the big screen like
that was just incredible. Not to mention DAWN OF THE DEAD and TEXAS CHAIN SAW
MASSACRE as well. So thanks to Mike and Mia Kerz for continuing to keep the
drive-in experience alive! You really owe it to yourself to come out and support
places like this. It really is a special kind of time and is always a lot of
If you're in the Indianapolis area, the Skyline Drive-in in
Shelbyville is doing their Skyline Scares series all next month, which includes
some incredible classics there, which would be awesome to been on the big
screen. Below is what they are screening on what dates, but you can get all the
Oct. 10th & 11th - TCM (1974), DELIVERENCE (1972), EATEN
Oct. 17th & 18th - THE EXORCIST (1973), CREEPSHOW (1982),
THE BOOGEY MAN (1980)
Oct. 24th & 25th - FRANKENSTEIN (1931), FREAKS (1932),
SPIDER BABY (1967)
Oct. 31st & Nov. 1st - THE EVIL DEAD (1981), NIGHT OF THE
LIVING DEAD (1968), CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD (1980)
LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS
Okay Hammer fans, time to order your copy of the latest issue of Little Shoppe
of Horrors that will be coming out next month. Issue #33 will cover the making
of DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS. Just like with each of their issues, it will be
filled to the brim with tons of information about the movie, the studio and all
the people involved. This issue, along with every other issue that LSoH has
released is a must for anybody seeking information and reference about Hammer
HERE to get to their website where you can get ordering details.
BEARMANOR BOOK CLUB
We've been a fan of BearManor Media's books for some time,
with several of their titles in our collection. For a fan of movie reference
books, they have a huge selection of great titles. What is even more impressive
is that they subject matter on some of their books. They cover a lot of obscure
and not-so-well-known figures in movies that they feel need more attention. And
I can't agree more. People like Richard Gordon, Robert Lippert, and quite a few
others. Of course, they also put out titles on some names a little bit more
recognizable, like Dario Argento. Just take a few minutes browsing through their
catalog and I'm sure you'll find something that you'd want to add to your
But now, to help you save even more money, they are offering
a Book Club for their fans. With an annual fee of $25, you will receive 25% off
of all of their titles, and 10% off their Coverout.com titles.
For all the info, just click
NIGHTMARE USA BACK IN PRINT
In case you had missed out on getting a hardcover copy of
Stephen Thrower's amazing book Nightmare USA, FAB Press has re-issued it once
again in hardcover format. This is one massive tome that features some
unbelievable in-depth coverage on some obscure titles in the horror genre,
featuring interviews, rare poster art and behind-the-scene footage and much
more. This not a book that you can knock out in a weekend, but one that will not
only open up a treasure trove of information to you, but also will probably
introduce you to some fun and cheesy flicks.
HERE for more info. This very well could be the last time this could be in
print in an hardcover edition. So yeah, the postage might be a bit steep, this
book really worth the money.
In our lesson today, you'll learn a little bit about the man
Time Magazine called "The Quickie King". Head over to the
Classroom to find out who this was?
Our last photo was from a little movie called VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED. No, not the
Carpenter one, but the original 1960's version starring George Sanders and
Barbara Shelley, which still remains a classic. Kudos to the following for
sending in the correct answer: Hoby Abernathy, Dave Friedman, Erik Martin,
Raymond Rich, and William Wilson. Well done!
Now onto our latest Photo. Don't stare too long at the photo
or your own eyes might just pop out like this person's! Just click
HERE to send in
your answer. And as always, good luck!
9-14-14 OUR SEASON IS HERE...
After that heated summer, I'm thrilled for this time of year. The temps drop, we
get to break out our favorite horror hoodies, the stores have already been
busting out the Halloween goodies, and its the perfect time to sit down and
watch some of our favorite fright flicks. Sure, this time of year gets pretty
busy for us here at the Krypt, but we wouldn't want it any other way. This is
the time of year where we almost seem normal amongst the rest of the population,
which I'm sure feel the same way. Damn shame it couldn't be like this every day.
So make sure you enjoy this time of year when you can. I know
we tend to have so many things going on that we are just to busy, but that is
exactly when you need to make sure you take the time to stop and enjoy it. Take
a break and watch a movie. Read some of your favorite book. Go for a walk and
enjoy the cool brisk fall air. No matter how....ENJOY IT.
RICHARD KIEL - REST IN PEACE
Although admittedly not the biggest James Bond fan, but my
first Bond was THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, which featured the villain I've always
remembered the most, the gigantic hulk of a man, Jaws, played by Richard Kiel.
While he only made a few appearances in horror films, any time he did, they were
memorable. Of course, one of the most famous appearances was back in 1962 on an
episode of Twilight Zone, entitled To Serve Man. But he also appeared in EEGAH
(1962) HOUSE OF THE DAMNED (1963), THE HUMAN DUPLICATORS (1965), as well as
countless other TV appearances. One of my favorites, even though he was
completely covered in a costume, was in an episode of Kolchak: The Night Stalker
called The Spanish Moss Murders.
Kiel was a staple on the convention circuit, appearing any
many shows around the country. I had seen him countless times and never heard a
bad word about him. He really seemed to enjoy meeting his fans there, and
putting those giant hands around the heads of his fans for photos. So we were
sadden to hear of his recent passing. Our thoughts go out to his friends and
We made it
through our trip to Indy for the HorrorHound weekend where we had a blast. We
were able to put a copy of Hidden Horror in the hands of quite a few people over
the weekend, which is always a great thing. We also had several great
conversations with different fans throughout the weekend, both new friends as
well as our old ones, so thrilled to hear from other passionate fans out there.
That really is the highlight of these shows. Honestly, there could have been no
guests at this show and it wouldn't have changed my enjoyment from the weekend.
More and more for me, shows in general are less and less about the guests and
more about the fellow fans. Though, I do have to admit having huge smile on my
face when John Jarrett walked by me Saturday morning before show opened, and
replied to my "Good Morning" with the stereotypical "G'Day, Mate!"
Didn't spend a lot of money there, even though there were
several dealers tempting me with their merch. But I did pick up another print
from the amazingly talented Daniel Horne. A few years ago, I got the print of
Dr. Phibes print from him, which has been hanging in my movie room since then.
So this year I went over to see what other ones he had. But the minute I got
there, I knew what I was going to get, even before looking through his other
prints. Laid out on his table was that of the creature and the Bride from THE
BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN. Such a heart-wrenching and memorable scene from this
movie, I knew I had to have it. Can't wait to get that one framed.
So we did have a great weekend, getting to hang out with a
ton of our friends, chatting with our dealer neighbors Billy and Vanessa from
Razorback and Evilspeak, continuing our plans for world domination! Of course,
what would be a trip to Indy without making our annual pilgrimage to
Pizza. And as always, it was epic. See you there next year.
While we were at the HH Show, we had the opportunity to be
part of the Night of the Living Podcast and HorrorHound Radio show. It is now
posted HERE where you can not only hear me ramble on a bit, but also interviews
with John Jarrat, Mads Mikkelsen, William Butler, Todd Wieneke from Dark Sky
Films, and more. Just click
HERE to get to their page where you can download it.
WASTELAND COMETH SOON
In less than 3 weeks, we will be making our bi-annual trip
out to Ohio for the Cinema Wasteland show for their 26th show! This is the 15th
year they've been holding this shows and it still remains my favorite one out of
all the ones that we attend each year. It really is like no other show and one
that we look forward to twice a year. This will be our last convention in the
2014 Kryptic World Tour, even though we will be set up at the Music Box of
Horrors later on in October.
But the Wasteland folks have yet another great show in store
for us, with 3 lovely ladies who were part of the reason the term Hammer Glamour
was created: Veronica Carlson, Caroline Munro, and Martine Beswick. For me, they
would be reason enough to come out to the show. Actually, this is the show that
could have no guests at all and I'd still come out for it, so this is just a
bonus! But they also have a few other lovely ladies that made impact in the
horror genre, such as Geretta Geretta who didn't fare two well in Lamberto
Bava's DEMONS or Bruno Mattei's RATS NIGHT OF TERROR for that matter either,
along with Patty Mullen from FRANKENHOOKER, Kyra Schon from the original NIGHT
OF THE LIVING DEAD, and Mink Stole from a slew of John Waters films. And let's
not forget about Greydon Clark who's name is attached to many cult films, both
as an actor, director, and more. Thankfully his cult film WITHOUT WARNING has
recently been released for the first time so now fans can see how fun this movie
So make your plans to head out to Strongsville on the first
weekend of October and come out to join the party of a bunch of crazy film nuts
that love to talk about movie titles that most people never heard of! If you are
coming out, please make sure you stop by our table and say hello.
MIDWAY DRIVE-IN: COME OUT FOR FREE PRIZES
Big News for those of you that are coming out to the Midway
Drive-In next weekend. Not only will we be setting up a vendor table there, but
we will also be giving away some free stuff! Well...not exactly free. We're
going to have some trivial questions to test your knowledge on the horror genre.
But if you're on your A-game, you might just be going home with one of the
blu-rays we have (donated by the lovely people at Dark Sky and Severin Films) as
well as some posters or whatever else we might have lying around the Krypt. We
will have some books out for sale but probably not for long, since once the sun
goes down and the moisture in the air picks up, it doesn't do well for printed
material. But we will have some pillows and tote bags, and maybe some more
The main reason we're doing this is because we want to make
sure you enjoy your time at the Midway and the whole drive-in experience. Mike
and Mia Kerz work very hard and keeping this place alive and running and we
personally can't thank them enough for this, for giving many more people the
chance to enjoy something that many of us thought was once lost.
And just in case you didn't know what was going on next
Saturday at the Midway, they are having their annual From Dusk to Dawn show,
screening 4 classic movies. First they are screening Don Coscarelli's PHANTASM.
Honestly...very excited to see this one. Next up will be Romero's classsic DAWN
OF THE DEAD. Then will be TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE. Again, what better place to
see films like these then at a drive-in? Finally, the night ends with CANNIBAL
HOLOCAUST. Make sure you get all your food and snacks consumed before that last
one starts! For all the details, head over to the Midway's page
Hopefully we will see a nice big crowd out there supporting
this great American tradition and come out to have a lot of fun. See you there!
MOVIE MARATHON UPDATES
There's been a few titles and news since our last update
about the 2 different 24 hour marathons going on in Chicago next month. For the
Music Box of Horrors, taking place on Oct. 11th, they posted an announcement on
their facebook page recently since they've been having issues with their
website. But they stated that they will be screening a new 35mm print of the
Swedish silent film THE PHANTOM CARRIAGE, DEAD SNOW 2, Takashi Miike's AUDITION,
NIGHTMARE aka NIGHTMARE IN A DAMAGED BRAIN, and Hammer's CURSE OF THE WEREWOLF.
They also mentioned John McNaughton as well, so not sure if they will be
screening one of his movies, probably not HENRY since the director typically
refuses to talk about that film. There is also now no mention of Jim Wynorski,
so not sure if he is still a guest or not. Tickets are only $25 through the end
of this month, then they go up to $30 until the day of the show, which then will
be $35. I believe those prices are a bit cheaper than last year.
For the Terror in the Aisles, they have added director Doug
McKeown and his film DEADLY SPAWN to the lineup. McKeown made his first
appearance at I believe the first first Terror in the Aisle show. Anytime fans
get a chance to see this great movie on the big screen is definitely a must see.
They have also added George Romero's DAY OF THE DEAD and John Carpenter's THE
FOG. Tickets for this show are only $20 until today, then $24 until the day of
the show, and then they will be $28 at the door. Although, last year, I know
they extended the cheaper price, so you never know.
Either way, no matter which one you go to, or both (like I
am) it is great to have these opportunities to see some of these classic films
on the big screen like they were meant to be seen. Whether it is Lon Chaney's
THE UNKNOWN to Takashi Miike's AUDITION, as a horror fan, you owe it to your
self to go.
SOUNDTRACK REVIEW: PENNY DREADFUL
We take a look at Abel Korzeniowski's score for the Showtime
series PENNY DREADFUL. Head over to our Soundtrack
Reviews for the details.
BOOK REVIEW: THE FILMS OF LARRY BUCHANAN
Are you a fan of Larry Buchanan's work? Ever hear of him? How
about THE EYE CREATURES? Or ZONTAR THE THING FROM VENUS? Whether you have or
not, Mr. Buchanan is the man responsible for these fine piece of cinema. And
author Rob Craig has written a book on him and his films. Head over to our
Book Review section to read more about it.
This lesson we take a look at an actress that might have only
made a few genre films, but they are ones we still remembered. Head over to the
classroom to find out more.
I figured that I wouldn't get too many correct answers for our last photo, if we
got any at all. And as it turns out, we just got one. The shot is from the film
THE NAKED WITCH, the first real genre picture by Larry Buchanan. And the person
that got it correct was Alan Tromp, which is pretty funny since the topic of
Larry Buchanan is how I first met Mr. Tromp at a Flashback show years ago. For
those of you who don't know the works of Buchanan, or more importantly, haven't
'experienced' his work yet, seek them out. But it might be better in numbers and
not by yourself.
Let's get to our currect photo. I'm sure it will be a little
easier than that last one. At least, I hope so. Just click
HERE to send in
your answer. Good luck.
9-1-14 WOES OF THE COMPUTER AGE
As much as we tried to get our update done
yesterday, it just didn't happen. Honestly, wasn't even sure if we were going to
be able unload this update. Spent more than a few hours on the phone with
Comcast about our internet service not working properly. But it is working
enough to get by...barely.
It also has been a busy 3-day weekend, from spending Saturday
evening at the McHenry Drive-in watching some great flicks while eating
(expensive) chocolate covered bacon, to trying to finish up some writing
projects that are looming over me. But I wouldn't want it any other way. The
Halloween season has already started, with some stores already having their
displays out last month. Granted, they'll be removed before the end of this
month so they can make way for Christmas stuff....ugh. Anyway, here's to the
next two months of fright-filled fun and horror!
HORRORHOUND NEXT WEEKEND
If you're coming to the HorrorHound show next weekend in
sure you stop by our table, where you find our usually display of horror film
reference books that you should be adding to your collection. Or if you just
want to stop by and say hello or talk about movies then that is okay too! The
show has a wide range of names for this event so hopefully we will see a good
turn out. Looking forward to seeing our friends from that area and enjoying
those late night/early morning movie discussions! Going to be a great time!
FINAL DEATH KNELL
Followers of this site know my distain for the way that
conventions have been changing over the last couple of decades, where they really
have become about celebrities making money off the same fans that have supported
their careers, as opposed to celebrating this wonderful genre and the people
that have contributed to it. And this is no way towards the conventions
themselves or the people that bust their ass to make them happen. I can only
imagine having to deal with some of these elitist celebs that want to be treated
like the gods they think they are. I'm sure their managers and handlers are even
worse. And I know they do their best to make it a good time for the fans. So I'm
not bitching about them. It starts with the guests. I've complained before about certain names that are
considered "guests" as a show, when their only real contribution to the genre
was being a zombie on screen for 15 seconds, which apparently then makes it okay
for them to charge $20 for an autograph. But then again, the second problem are
the fans. If the fans line up and
hand over their money. So who is really at fault here?
Recently, I read a great piece on this by John Squires called
Horror Convention Culture: It Ain't What It Used To Be (click
HERE to read the full article) and he brings up so many valid points,
especially the one that we quoted at the top of this page. But he mentioned
something that made a little part of me die inside, something that I really do think that
this is the final straw for conventions. We all know what the popularity of that
zombie series on AMC has done to conventions, even starting up a con to pretty
much celebrate the show itself, Walker Stalker, where anybody and everyone
related to that show now can be a guest and demand $20+ for an autograph. But
for their show in Atlanta, the show has announced that Anniston and Tinsley
Price, who play the baby Judith Grimes on the show, will now be guests at the
show. These are 2-year old children, people! But I'm sure there will be fans
lined up to give their parents money to have their photo taken with them or
whatever else their going to do to exploit it.
Younger generation of fans think us older ones are just
bitter about the way the shows are run these days. And they're right. Because
they don't remember when the shows were not about the celebrities making money
off the fans. It really did use to be about fans getting together to celebrate
these wonderful movies and the only "paying" that was being done was in tribute
by the fans to the people that were responsible for it. Now since anybody can be
a guest and ask their fans to pay for it, and the cattle just line up to do it,
this really is the turning point for these shows. And that, my friends, is very
MIDWAY FROM DUSK TO DAWN
The final lineup has been announced for the From Dusk To Dawn
show at the Midway Drive-in on Sept. 20th. It will be PHANTASM, (1979), DAWN OF
THE DEAD (1978), THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE (1974) and CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST
(1980). There will also be classic horror trailers, vintage concession ads (one
of my favorite parts of these shows), and much more. Tickets are only $12 for
adults. Not a bad price for getting to see 4 classic horror films on the big
screen, especially at a drive-in. For all the info, check out their Facebook
page HERE or the
Midway's site HERE.
And if you're saying to yourself, "But I've seen these movies
before...why do I need to drive all the way out to Dixon to see them again?"
Easy. Because seeing some of these classic movies outside on a huge drive-in
screen, while eating popcorn, or maybe a cheeseburger, or even a corndog or two,
being around a ton of other like minded movie fans, it really just reason
enough. Thanks to people like Mike and Mia who have been working hard to keep
one of these dying institutions open for people to still enjoy and remember what
it was like when we were kids. I have been to the Midway several times since
they took it over and have always had a blast. From the vintage trailer and ads,
the community of film lovers, it is just a fun and simple time. So make sure
make plans to make it out there for this event. It will be worth it.
DOUBLE THE MARATHONS
Since 2005, Chicago has had a 24-hour movie marathon at the
Music Box Theatre, and we've been to everyone one of them. Then in 2012, some of
the creative minds behind the marathons separated and now Chicago got TWO
24-hour marathons. One is still held at the Music Box, now called The Music Box
of Horrors, and the other is just called The Massacre and has been at a couple
of different theaters. This year, it is going to be held at the newly re-opened
Portage Theater. First reports I read about the Portage was that it still needed
a LOT of work, so hopefully they will have all of that done by the time the
marathon takes place.
I will say that I've been to all of these 24-hour marathons
over the last 10 years and they really are an endurance test. But they are a lot
of fun, giving the fans a chance to see some great movies on the big screen, not
to mentioning opening their eyes to some great cinema that they might not have
sought out before.
The Music Box of Horrors will take place on October 11th,
going from noon on Saturday to noon the following day. The only thing they've
really announced so far is that director Jim Wynorski is scheduled to be a
guest, but one could assume they will be screening one of his movies. They don't
have any details up yet on their website, but once they do, it will be listed
Then the following weekend at the Portage will be the
Massacre, starting from noon on Saturday the 18th to noon on the 19th, taking
place at the Portage Theater that we mentioned earlier. But they have listed a
few of the titles they will be screening that are listed below. Have also
announced their first guest, strangely enough is Jim Wynorski! I guess he's in
Chicago for a whole week. They do have some great titles announced, but honestly
I am very excited to see Lon Chaney Sr.'s THE UNKNOWN on the big screen. Such an
incredible picture. Check out their Facebook Events page
HERE for all the details.
UNKNOWN - An incredible moving performance by Lon Chaney Sr.
CHRISTMAS - Early Bob Clark stalker film
- One of Karloff's last roles and one of his best
CHOPPING MALL - With director Jim Wynorsky in Person!
CEMETERY MAN - aka DELLAMORTE DELLAMORE
TENEBRAE - One of Argento's best giallos
ALIVE - Early Tobe Hooper
SHOCK AROUND THE CLOCK
If you're in the Columbus area and can't make it to Chicago
for their marathons, then make your plans to hit the Drexel Theater on the 18th
for their annual 24-hour marathon. For their films, they have INVISIBLE MAN,
WICKER MAN, THE SHINING, THE MANITOU, YOU'RE NEXT, TEXAS CHAIN SAW and more. For
all of their details, just click
NEW FRANCO BOOK
Okay fellow book collectors, listen up. Remember the last
time you tried to pick up a copy of Stephen Thrower's Nightmare USA or even
worse, his Fulci book Beyond Terror, and almost fainted at what the prices are
these days? Well, Mr. Thrower has a new book coming out in a couple of months on
the amazing career (yes, I said amazing) of Jess Franco, entitled Murderous
Passions: The Delirious Cinema of Jesus Franco - Vol. 1: 1959 - 1974. Strange
Attraction Press is releasing it in November, in a hardcover edition that is 336
pages, with a retail price now of about $30.00.
Now...not the biggest fan of Franco? At least not now. But
some day you may realize the fascinated career this man has had and want to know
more. And if this follows most of Thrower's other books, it is going to be a
hard one to come by without paying a hefty price. So you should solve that
problem now and just pre-order it. Just click HERE to get to Amazon and place
your order now. You might have to add something else to make sure get the free
shipping, but I'm sure you could find something to add to your cart.
BOOK REVIEW: THE ARGENTO SYNDROME
We picked up this new book on Argento by Derek Botelho. We'd
been chatting few a while about this upcoming book and new when it came out it
was going to have to be in my collection. So head over to our
Book Review section to read our thoughts.
We have a bunch of reviews we still need to get through, but
we do have a couple for now. Head over to our
Soundtrack Review section to hear what we think of Frederik Weidmann's score
for the new movie THE DAMNED. We also take a listen to the first two volumes
Brian Reitzell's score for Season 1 of the TV show HANNIBAL.
HAVE YOU CHECKED OUT....?
One of the great things about being a movie fan in this day
and age is that so many movies are accessible to the fans, sometimes by just a
few keystrokes. Movies that we used to have to search years and years for, now
can get quickly found and watched, appeasing that cinephile's need. But the
problem that I've found is that because there are SO many titles out there
coming at the horror fan, from every direction, some times movies can get lost
and/or buried. So here's what I'd like you to do the next time you have a free
minute. Think of a movie that you had seen, doesn't have to be recently either.
Maybe an old black and white movie from the '40s, a Hammer film from the '60s,
it really doesn't matter. But what I'd like you to do is do a little research on
that particular movie, more so who was involved in it. Then check out some of
the other films that say the director did, maybe even doing through his
filmography and making a checklist. I'm sure that person might have had a few
good movies under their belt.
Since there are so many titles floating around out there, a
good student of the genre should never be looking for something to watch.
Granted, decided on WHAT to watch...that can be a whole different discussion!
Our last photo was from Bert I. Gordon's later films, NECROMANCY, also known as
THE WITCHING. Starring Orson Wells, as well as one of my favorite actresses of
that era, Pamela Franklin. Sure, this might not be one of Gordon's or Franklin's
best movies, but it is an interesting one at least. Kudos out to the following
for sending in the correct answer: Mike Shields, Lisa Steward, and Tom White.
So let's get to this week's photo and see what you can come
up with. Really might need to get on your thinking caps for this one. Or maybe,
just maybe it's not as hard as you think. Or is it? Just click
HERE to send in
your answer. Good luck.
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