To be fair, I think that’s been the only ‘katana sword demon slaying on a motorcycle scene’ ever in a movie. But yes, that gem of a clip is from Lamberto Bava’s 1985 classic gorefest – Demons. I don’t even know where to begin with the awesomeness in this one. We could start with the fact that George has some serious motorbike skills and effortlessly rides along top of the movie theater seats, which somewhat defies physics. Then we can get into the impressive sword mastery that he puts forth, all while maintaining his balance and speed on the bike. Add in the metal track ‘Fast As A Shark‘ from Accept, and you can’t help but grin from ear to ear at everything involved here. As a matter of fact, let’s watch it again!
If you’re a fan of rare paperweights and the 1985 classic horror movie Re-Animator, then I’m here to make your Friday even more happy! That’s right, a few Re-Animator paperweights are up for sale on Ebay that were used to promote the movie for it’s VHS release back in the 1987. The good news? They’re somewhat rare. The bad news? They’re somewhat terrible.
Ok. Yes, if you’ve seen Re-Animator (and shame on you if you haven’t), then you can figure out that the paperweight is supposed to be Dr. Hill’s severed head in a pan. Only slight problem is that it doesn’t really look like Dr. Hill. Or a severed head for that matter. And the sides are all crooked and disproportionate. I’m really selling this, aren’t I? But if you are a true Re-Animator fan and just have to have it, you can head over HERE and Buy It Now for $75! Seriously? Ugh, I think the seller needs to lower that price a tad, but Re-Animator is pretty awesome so it might be worth it. He does state that it was kept in a pet-free home, so that’s comforting to know in case you’re allergic to cats.
I’m finding so many random horror memorabilia gems on Ebay that I’m going to start making this a weekly feature now. And just when you thought that a prop shark tooth from Jaws 3D could not be topped, along comes a prop slug from 1988’s cheesy gorefest, Slugs.
And how much is this slimy rubber sucker going for? Only $75! And it comes with a certificate of authenticity AND is guaranteed to have been used in the film. To be honest, if it was $50 I might bite. Btw, if you have seen Slugs, the slugs actually have teeth and bite. Therefore, I had a somewhat clever pun in there. But anyway, sadly for the seller there are no watchers yet, and only a little over a day left on the listing. So if it’s been your dream to own a slug from Slugs, get over HERE and get it now!
From the channels of Ebay’s darkest regions comes something so rare…..so sought after…..so incredibly not worthy of this build up that only a picture can do it justice. Feast your eyes on……………A PROP TOOTH FROM JAWS 3D!
Oh sure, at first glance it looks like an ice cream cone with two lopsided scoops. It’s much more than that though. This prop tooth was actually used in the mouth of the terrible looking shark from the terrible 1983 sequel, Jaws 3D. If that’s not enough to get you to plunk down $199.99, then maybe the title for the Ebay listing will: Jaws 3D used prop tooth rare shark star wars Indiana Jones movie horror action.
Yes, that’s the actual listing title. Not sure what Indiana Jones and Star Wars have to do with a prop shark tooth from Jaws 3D, but the seller really sounds motivated. Judge for yourself and bid cautiously right HERE and maybe they’ll throw in a Louis Gossett, Jr. autograph just to make the deal even more sweet.