Happy Halloween from Murdersaurus Productions

A video Halloween greeting card from me to you! Music by Stephen McCready.

 

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The Weekly Haul

20161024_142511Yes,  it’s past time for another Weekly Haul. It’s been a long busy, but fantastically great week, and I haven’t had time to crank out this post. In fact, I still don’t have time, There’s a hundred things I should be doing now, and as you can see in the above image, Mr. Jackson isn’t helping at all. But unlike him I don’t have time to laze about in pools of sunlight over vintage 70’s comics, so let’s see what’s in the stash this last week…

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The Weekly Haul

20161016_183229Good evening. The Weekly Haul is late, this week, and light, but great nonetheless. I’m on the Night Train through Bukovina currently writing this on my arcane laptop, so it will be brief, but It comes with the above photo taken yesterday of Mr. Kittycat Jackson adorning the haul with Halloween decorations. This week we got Star Wars: The Force Awakens #5, Doom Patrol # 2, and a back issue of Captain America & Black Widow which I found in a bargain bin while hunting for The issue of Invaders with Nazi Frankenstein. The Cap issue is #639 and it’s written by Cullen Bunn (of Harrow County) and sporting a cover and interior art by Francesco Francavilla, and also features the Lizard, not a bad find for $3. It’s not much of a stash this week, but to be honest I’m still catching up on the last few weeks’ comics. Not to mention how busy I am working on a number of ghoulish side projects. Now if you’ll excuse me I have to get back to watching the rain pelt my window.

Boo.

-Grim Doin’s

Monster Movie Night: Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein

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Each week in the month of October, we’re going to highlight a different Horror movie for your viewing pleasure. This is a bold statement since this is clearly two fridays late, so let’s see if I keep that promise. Starting the month off with a bang, we’re going to talk about 1948’s Bud Abbott and Lou Costello meet Frankenstein. It’s a great place to start because it’s a greatest hits of not just Universal Monsters, but 20th century American Halloween imagery in general. Continue reading

The Weekly Haul

20161006_145554October is here, the most Hallowed month of the year. And October means great comics. Halloween issues, horror reprints, fall annuals, monsters, ghosts, witches, sexy witches, and monsters. And ghosts. This stuff is my bread and butter dread and shudder. As you can tell from the cover photo, monsters and the macabre are kind of a running theme in this week’s haul, and also, I’m not sure if Mr. Jackson or that Deadman cover are giving the more intense glare. Either way we have a lot to get into tonight, so let’s see what’s in the stash this week…

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