Surprisingly, I have not seen every Halloween-themed horror movie. And one of those that I hadn’t seen was 1982’s Trick or Treats! Not to be confused with Trick or Treat…or Trick ‘r Treat, I had remembered seeing the VHS version of Trick or Treats when I was kid – but I never rented it. Over the years, I became more and more curious because I had nothing better to do with my life. And the other night, it finally happened after 45 years! I had sex. Oh, and also I finally watched Trick or Treats!
And, I started a new paragraph to leave you in more suspense as to what my thoughts on the movie are. Well, I’ll get to the point I suppose: It was shit. Not even good shit, if you know what I mean. Like, I didn’t even finish the movie. That might be a first as far as Halloween-themed horror movies. Some lowlights: There was a kid playing pranks and a crazy guy escaping an asylum, David Carradine was in it for some reason, and also some person with the last name ‘Snodgrass’ which made me laugh. But anyway, I’ll save you the time and show you the best thing below about the movie…..the poster. So steer clear of Trick or Treats if you haven’t seen it, and go watch the other two movies with ‘Trick’ and ‘Treat’ in the titles instead!
What better way to celebrate Easter than with a cheesy 1972 horror movie about giant killer bunny rabbits? Sigh – I know…..it’s such a shame that we don’t have a definitive horror movie based around Easter. It would seem to be so easy considering all of the creepy old timey Easter Bunny pics that you can find on the internet. But alas, all we really have is a flick about huge mutant rabbits.
Welcome to Sunday Bloody Sunday, where I’m going full on B-movie this week with the 1972 ridiculousness called Night Of The Lepus. Someone was kind enough to string together some of the best scenes from it on Youtube, so please take a break from eating your marshmallow Peeps and watch it below. Fun fact btw: This movie was rated PG. Keep that in mind while you view the bloody bunny carnage in the clip.
The day is finally here! It’s the day where I post something up about Jack Frost 2: Revenge Of The Killer Snowman. Yes, as if one killer snowman movie wasn’t enough – in the year 2000 they done went and made a sequel. And it was equally as terrible as the first. Congrats on that. But this is about Ebay horror finds of the week, so feast your eyes upon this!
Awwwww yeah! Those are exactly what you think they are. Replicas of the little killer snowmen from Jack Frost 2! And someone is selling them on Ebay for $25 and they’re made to order. And you can get them bloody or non-bloody, so it’s all about choices. The best part of this listing, besides the fact that these are actually real, is the title the seller used: jason jack frost 2 freddy myers mask horror prop bust dvd bluray movie snowman. It’s almost as if he has a severe case of Ebay ADD and just starting typing random horror terms. Whatever the case, you can purchase one HERE if you want – and if you need more convincing, feel free to check out the trailer below for Jack Frost 2: Revenge Of The Killer Snowman:
Sometimes I think about what the worst, but entertaining, way to die would be. Choking on a delicious taco from Taco Bell? Being impaled by an umbrella while rain falls on top of my dead body in an ironic manner? Yeah, that last one would probably be it.
Welcome to this week’s Sunday Bloody Sunday and a Happy Holiday to you all! Let’s all get into the Christmas spirit with a scene from a terrible 1987 Christmas-themed horror movie called Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2. Yes, this movie is infamous just for it’s ‘Garbage Day’ scene alone – but let’s not forget about the scene where Ricky (Billy’s brother from the original 1984 movie) decides to get creative with an umbrella to dispose of someone who’s been “naughty”. Bonus points for Ricky’s crazy eyes and for the ironic rain falling at the end of the death, which miraculously only seems to really be falling on the murder spot. That’s some Hollywood magic right there.