Sunday Bloody Sunday: ‘Nightclub Massacre’ From ‘Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth’ (1992)

There’s nothing better in a mediocre horror sequel than a memorable nightclub massacre.  And luckily for 1992’s Hellraiser III: Hell On Earth, it had that going for it.  It’s that time again for the one thing that everyone likes doing on Sunday!  Nope, not talking about going to church.  You can do that on your own time.  I’m talking about another edition of Sunday Bloody Sunday!  The time of the week where I give you some of my favorite memorable death scenes from the days of horror movie past.

And in case the title of the post and my other mentioning of it hasn’t clued you in yet, I’m taking you straight to the Boiler Room nightclub from Hellraiser III.  It’s the best place to grind up on that special someone you have had your eye on, knock back a few shots of whiskey, and get slaughtered by Pinhead.  Maybe not necessarily in that order.  Yeah, Pinhead shows up to the Boiler Room and starts getting his groove on like it’s nobody’s business.  For him that includes somehow turning into a giant icicle that stabs a girl in the mouth and commanding a bunch of CDs to impale a DJ’s head.  Oh, and he also loves to laugh!  And what a hearty laugh he has.  So sit back, grab a cold one, and enjoy watching Pinhead do his thing:

Ebay Find Of The Day! A Giant ‘Children Of The Corn III: Urban Harvest’ Inflatable Corn On The Cob

If you’re a horror memorabilia collector and have been searching for a giant inflatable corn on the cob from 1995’s Children Of The Corn III:  Urban Harvest, I’m hear to announce that it’s your lucky day!  Yes, due to my excessive amount of free time, I tracked down this gem that’s going for only $149.99 on Ebay right now!

Now that’s what I call A-MAIZE-ING!  Not only is this item the perfect find for the biggest Children Of The Corn enthusiast, but also perfect if you’ve wanted to have a piece of memorabilia from Charlize Theron’s first movie role!  That’s right, she was in this piece of shit.  It was an uncredited role mind you, but a role nonetheless and she would go on to pave the way for Naomi Watts and Eva Mendes.  They starred in some later Children Of The Corn sequels that were all shitty as well.

Let’s get back to the inflatable corn on the cob though.  Now, at the time of this posting, you only have 24 days and 1 hour to snatch this rarity up.  Which gives you plenty of time to find the ridiculous amount of money that’s being asked for it.   To buy though, you need to go HERE.  And as a sign of a good seller, this guy is going to deflate it before sending it to you!  What a kind gesture!  The only problem with that though, is that you’ll have to do all of the work yourself after it arrives in the mail.  But think of the reward you’ll have after that last bit of air is pumped in.  A giant inflatable corn on the cob from a terrible sequel that you can show off to your friends so they can make fun of you.  Happy Bidding!

Does that poster really say “Freddie”?  Ugh.

Here’s Your Mickey Rooney Fix For The Holiday Season……

No Christmas is complete without a Mickey Rooney clip from Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker.

Yeah!  Stuff that in your stocking.  Make no mistake about it, this is a terrible movie.  But it’s got Mickey Rooney as a crazy old guy who somehow makes toys that kill people, awkward sex scenes, and a lot of Pinocchio references. So there is a certain charm that accompanies this fifth sequel (yes….fifth) in the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise.  So when you’re sitting around the fireplace with your Christmas tree lit in the background this year, go on and pop in Silent Night Deadly Night Part 5: The Toy Maker.  You’ll make the Simpsons version of Mickey Rooney smile.

Horror What Ifs: An NES Version Of ‘Garbage Day’ From ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2’

What if someone made a Nintendo version of the classic ‘Garbage Day’ scene from Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2?  No longer do you have to wonder, because someone did!

For those in the dark here, Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 was the 1987 sequel that literally recycled 45 minutes of content from the original movie that was released in 1984.  But one original scene that more than made up for that lazy effort was indeed when Ricky (the brother of Billy from the first film) goes on a neighborhood shooting rampage which is highlighted by Ricky taking out a poor sap who just wants to take his garbage cans to the curb for it’s weekly pick up.  And it was the “Garbage Day!” line by Ricky that made it the cult phenomena that it is today.

So how awesome is it that someone took the time to make a Nintendo 16-bit version of that scene?  Pretty damn awesome.  If only someone developed it into a real playable game.  We can dream though, and it is the holiday season after all where miracles do happen.  So think of this post as my holiday gift to you, because you’re not getting that Xbox 360 or Playstation 4 system that you’ve put on the top of your list.