All posts by Pete Trbovich

The Poster For 1932's The Mummy Is Auctioning For $1 Million

For an 86 year old, The Mummy is looking pretty good. So good, in fact, that an original poster for the movie is set to go up for auction at Sotheby’s, to the tune of between $1 million to $1.5 million. The last time it traded hands, again at auct...

by Pete Trbovich | October 15th, 2018 | Categories: ,

Before The Haunting of Hill House There Was The Lottery

Alright, the Present Author was afraid this would happen. Netflix’s new series The Haunting of Hill House has premiered, and while it’s getting some positive buzz and people seem to like it, it has NOTHING to do with the book. Which means I’m g...

by Pete Trbovich | October 14th, 2018 | Categories: ,

Fredheads: Because Too Much Freddy Krueger Is Never Enough

Welcome to prime time, Nightmare On Elm Street fans! You’re getting your very own documentary now. Just as Star Trek fandom eventually forced the documentary Trekkies, Dream Warriors get to take the spotlight as they cosplay at conventions and rega...

by Pete Trbovich | October 13th, 2018 | Categories: ,

The Howl – October 12 – CONSUME! OBEY! CONFORM!

Welcome, ghoulies and goblins, to another edition of AllHorror’s own Transylvania tabloid “The Howl”! Every Friday, the AllHorror Howl will bring you news of the horrifying, the shocking, and the intriguingly weird. It’s always a new surprise...

by Pete Trbovich | October 12th, 2018 | Categories:

Tourist Trap (1979) Review

It’s about a carload of teenagers running afoul of a remote museum inhabited by mannequins. Tourist Trap was directed by David Schmoeller (who also directed Netherworld and Puppet Master) and stars Chuck Connors (from Maniac Killer), Jocelyn Jo...

by Pete Trbovich | October 12th, 2018 | Categories: , | Tags: , , , ,

Get Disrupted This Weekend With David Lynch

On this weekend, October 13th and 14th, you should take this map. And what you should do, is use it to go to the theater at the Ace Hotel. What is in the theater at the Ace Hotel, you ask? Disruption. You’re there right now, as a matter of fact. Do...

by Pete Trbovich | October 10th, 2018 | Categories:

The Stepford Wives (1975) Review

It’s about a family moving to an American east coast suburb that hides dark domestic secrets. The Stepford Wives was directed by Bryan Forbes and stars Katharine Ross (from The Legacy), Paula Prentiss (from Saturday the 14th) and Nanette Newman...

by Pete Trbovich | October 10th, 2018 | Categories: , | Tags: , , ,

Unburied Trailers: The Slime People (1963)

Welcome to our continued series: “Unburied”! Each week, we’re going to select one forgotten oddball horror movie trailer from way back and dig it up so you can play with the bones. And just look what crawled out of the crypt this week! P...

by Pete Trbovich | October 09th, 2018 | Categories: ,

Big Scares on the Small Screen at Brooklyn Horror Film Festival

Mark your calendars October 13th if you’re around Brooklyn, because that’s when the Brooklyn Horror Film Festival will hold “Big Scares on the Small Screen,” a class on made-for-TV horror. Featured will be the memorable Trilogy of Terr...

by Pete Trbovich | October 08th, 2018 | Categories:

Bite-Size Horror - Halloween Candy Commercials

Is it ever too early for Halloween candy commercials? Not when you consider that we’re looking forward to two months of Christmas commercials being crammed down our throats. From time to time, candy companies outdo themselves with TV commerc...

by Pete Trbovich | October 06th, 2018 | Categories: ,

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