Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'General' started by The Tall Man, Dec 31, 2014.
Here is a hint. It's a UK film in which Robert Englund has a cameo.
Strippers vs Werewolves
That is correct which clears today's board.
Happy Friday everyone. Have a great weekend.
2 - 3 on a Meathook
4 - stigmata
5 - stung
All answers are correct which leaves these two.
Here are a couple of hints. That is Ursula Andress in the first photo. Here is a second photo hint for the other film.
Of the remaining:
1. The 10th Victim
2. Massacre in Dinosaur Valley
Both answers are correct which clears the board.
A new set for you guys. No particular theme, though I suspect the most recent of these might be the trickiest!
I believe #3 is Jennifer. Is #1 The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver?
Jennifer is correct! I always loved that scene, though puzzles me how a creature with long, piercing teeth like that could bite someone's head off. Snakes, to the best best of my knowledge, don't swallow their prey in multiple bites.
Lurkers is correct! On a related note: Is it any good? Never saw it, but curious. The lurkers themselves look cool.
I like it. It's similar to other Roberta Findlay horror films from the 80's, very "New York City" in style and you won't really see any recognizable Hollywood actors in it.
The Vinegar Syndrome (double feature with Prime Evil) Blu-ray's transfer looks great.
Kim, was #1 The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver?
Nope! #1 is a sciency thriller rather than a supernatural one. Oh, and the dude with his nose pressed to the floor is about to get an eyeful in a late sequel to a golden age slasher, while the murderous burn survivor in #5 is a Gothic Euro precursor to such disfigured maniacs as Cropsy and Freddy.
1 is Clonus
Clonus, or Parts: The Clonus Horror, is correct.