My only regret regarding last years hilarious horror mockumentary What We Do In The Shadows was that it took me so long to see it. It pretty much shit on most of the crop of horror movies that came out in 2015 as far as being original and entertaining….AND it stayed true to it’s horror roots in the process.
So on this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday, I figured why not give What We Do In The Shadows a little love? It deserves it, and one of my favorite scenes is when Viago shows us how he likes to spend an evening with a lovely young lady while on a date. A lot of blood and comedy ensues, so if you need a starter course as to why you should watch this movie – click the link below and enjoy!
**WARNING – THE FOLLOWING POST CONTAINS A CLIP WITH NUMEROUS SEVERED PENIS SHOTS AND BAD ACTING**
Severed penises are never a laughing matter and continue to plague men across the world every year. One of the most famous cases of this terrible occurrence happened in 1987 somewhere in a remote junk yard where a homeless man was just trying to take a leak when he suddenly had his manhood literally taken from him. And after it was taken, it was tossed around like a football and to add insult to the injury, it was accompanied by goofy music. Luckily we have video proof of this, but please be warned that it’s not for the squeamish:
So why did the severed penis miraculously change colors, mostly between grey and yellow, while it was being tossed to and fro? I’m no doctor, but that doesn’t seem like a healthy severed penis. And it was pretty remarkable that the victim wasn’t bleeding out after the initial cutting. Yes, the infamous dick toss scene from 1987’s Street Trash made a rare appearance on Sunday Bloody Sunday and the world is a better place because of it. Guard your jewels fellas, or you too could be a spectator at your very own penis tossing extravaganza.
As far as Siamese twin horror movies go, Basket Case is on the top of the list. It’s a short list that pretty much only contains Basket Case, but that’s nothing to sneeze at and is an accomplishment nonetheless.
So on this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday, it only feels right to give some shine to Belial, our favorite little monstrosity that lives in a wicker basket that his brother Duane carries around in the 1982 horror/comedy Basket Case. Only problem is that from time to time, Belial likes to hop out of his basket and play. His version of playing is carving you up with his fingernails and then tearing your insides out to round out the fun. He’s quite a character! Case in point – the clip below:
Everyone hears voices in their head every now and then. I’m hearing one right now telling me to go get a breakfast burrito, but I’m going to ignore it and keep writing this review. Unfortunately for actor Ryan Reynolds in the new horror/comedy The Voices, he hears a lot of them and mostly from his pets who appear to be able to physically talk and trade insults with each other as well. Oh – and some of them also encourage him to murder people. Looks like my voice telling me to grab a delicious Mexican breakfast treat isn’t so bad after all. Continue reading →
Well, file this one under ‘random’. Upon searching for rare horror Ebay items, I came across something from Frank Henenlotter’s (Basket Case, Frankenhooker) 1988 amazing and awesomely bad horror comedy: Brain Damage.
Good thing I was looking for an obscure promotional somewhat used and dirty white promotional horror movie hat, because I struck gold! Now let’s all go to the Ebay link HERE and see how much this slice of awesomeness costs. Hmmmmm – $49.99, huh? Well, that’s a bit too rich for my blood. But hold on! You’re able to make an offer. That gives us, the buyer, a little power now. I would probably go about $20 for this considering the condition it’s in, but maybe your pockets are deeper than mine. I will say this – you’re probably never going to find a Brain Damage hat ever again on Ebay. So it does add to the value for sure. While you mull it over, please enjoy the following NSFW clip below from the movie: