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Re: The Mummy and Dracula: Complete Legacy Collections - May 16, 2017 (reply)
It's odd that they have an "Inner Sanctum"-looking Chaney in the top right corner of the "Ghost" images.
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

AnthonyOsika

04/07/17 10:36 AM
Re: THE WALKING DEAD (reply)
At a 95% infection rate, that would mean each survivor would need to take out 19 walkers to wipe out the whole population. It would also mean there should be close to half a million survivors in Georgia alone. It's no wonder why the...
TV Terrors

AnthonyOsika

03/14/17 6:18 PM
Re: The Mummy and Dracula: Complete Legacy Collections - May 16, 2017 (reply)
Note that Amazon has 2 listings for each of these: One described as including the digital version and Fandango cash and one without. They are tracking at different prices, currently 29.99 and 27.36, respectively.
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

AnthonyOsika

03/14/17 6:11 PM
Re: THE WALKING DEAD (reply)
Curious to get some opinions: What percentage of the human population do you think has been wiped out by walker plague?
TV Terrors

AnthonyOsika

03/13/17 7:35 PM
Re: THE WALKING DEAD (reply)
Can someone just give me one halfway logical reason as to why that scavenger group would talk like that?
TV Terrors

AnthonyOsika

03/06/17 7:24 PM
Re: The Mummy and Dracula: Complete Legacy Collections - May 16, 2017 (reply)
Excellent! I'm especially thrilled that this batch includes digital versions. That was not included in the Frankenstein and Wolf Man sets. Hopefully, the digital versions will be for all the sequels in the sets and not just the main...
Classic Horror on DVD, Blu-Ray and Streaming

AnthonyOsika

02/21/17 10:39 AM
Re: "UNIVERSAL TERRORS, Part 1" by Tom Weaver and Friends (reply)
I'm really looking forward to the chapter on Tarantula.
Horror Film Books and Magazines

AnthonyOsika

11/24/16 11:26 PM
Re: Trick or Treating What Houses Are Okay To Knock? (reply)
kcor wrote:AnthonyOsika wrote:Nice weather here in the Midwest. We got about 200 trick or treaters last night.Where do you put them? Ba - doom - boom!
Off Topic Discussions

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 7:26 PM
Re: Trick or Treating What Houses Are Okay To Knock? (reply)
Nice weather here in the Midwest. We got about 200 trick or treaters last night.
Off Topic Discussions

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 7:03 PM
Re: The Best? (reply)
Sadly, I had to look at a list of movies to figure out that TIM is The Invisible Man. That being said, I second your Frankenstein.
Universal Horrors

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 6:59 PM
Re: Patricia Laffan? (reply)
Whenever my wife answers a wrong number, I try to work in a variation of "It seems pretty strange that someone would call you from a maternity hospital in the middle of the night".
Final Farewells

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 6:53 PM
Re: Unarguable Argument Against Minnie (reply)
dinost wrote:I can definitely see Pretorius sewing little outfits. Definitely in his character. And if he can make little mermaids, how difficult would it be to make a little turkey?I guess he also built a tiny oven to roast it as well.  
Universal Horrors

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 6:50 PM
Re: Patricia Laffan? (reply)
TomWeaver999 wrote: Every time I hear her name, I think to myself, "Laffan. Capital L, small a, small f, small f, small a, small n." (Fingers crossed somebody here knows what I'm talking about.)If I did know, I wouldn't admit it.  
Final Farewells

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 6:48 PM
Re: Unarguable Argument Against Minnie (reply)
The homunculus scene is the one I wish had been cut.  Where did the tiny turkey leg come from?  And apparently Dr. Pretorius spends evenings sewing little outfits for his creatures?  I'll take Minnie any day.  "Dr. Pretorius?  There...
Universal Horrors

AnthonyOsika

11/01/16 6:44 PM
Re: THE WALKING DEAD (reply)
Ironically, Jeffrey Dean Morgan's performance was rather restrained when compared to the Negan we see in the graphic novels.  
TV Terrors

AnthonyOsika

10/24/16 10:31 PM
Re: Discussion of Battle Beneath the Earth (reply)
Rakshasa wrote:This thread is an amazing example of the Bill Warren / Tom Weaver dynamic. Start with post #12 and buckle yourself in for a wild ride of the Weaver/Warren kind!This one made the whole read worth it for me:TomWeaver999...
'60s Horror and Sci-Fi

AnthonyOsika

10/18/16 2:32 PM
Re: The Lodger (1944) (reply)
I finished reading the Lowndes' novel last night and enjoyed it quite a bit. It's not particularly long, so you can finish it in a few sittings. As Tom mentioned earlier, it centers on the landlady and her torn emotions on having a...
Golden Age Horror

AnthonyOsika

10/18/16 2:05 PM
Re: Horror Express (1972)  (reply)
I watched Horror Express on TCM last night and, as usual, enjoyed it quite a bit. I had just recently watched John Carpenter's version of The Thing and so couldn't help but thinking about that film at the same time. They both have the...
'70s Horror and Sci-Fi

AnthonyOsika

10/18/16 1:54 PM
Re: The Lodger (1944) (reply)
Another interesting tidbit from the DVD special features: the murder shown at the beginning of the film is actually that of Annie Rowley, the washed up actress whom Kitty later on welcomes into her dressing room to allow Annie to...
Golden Age Horror

AnthonyOsika

10/17/16 2:09 PM
Re: The Lodger (1944) (reply)
One of the special features on the DVD relates an anecdote about Laird Cregar viewing the movie with an audience in New York several times. According to the not so glowing contemporary review from the NY Times, it didn't always go over...
Golden Age Horror

AnthonyOsika

10/16/16 11:27 PM
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