Monday, July 17, 2017

Night of the Living Dead (HD, FULL MOVIE, 1968)

RIP George Romero and Martin Landau

Two greats in the world of suspense and horror have left us today.  Night of the Living Dead is on YouTube, for anyone interested.  Making actors and films like this mesh today, it's Mission Impossible.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

American Housewife; American Erzebet

Imagine Erzebet as a child!   Tonight, on the rerun of American Housewife, it was Halloween.  Kat, the youngest child, wore a Countess dress a la our own beloved Countess, Erzebet. The standard Vampire countess dress appears in several sizes, children to adult, at Spirit of Halloween and Halloween Express.  Halloween enthusiasts begin the countdown to their favorite day, even as the reruns begin!

Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: July Birthstone Celebration: The Rubies of Ruby La...

Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: July Birthstone Celebration: The Rubies of Ruby La...

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Zombie Burger

Horror themed restaurants seem to be in style; this is the second one I've visited.  The other, "Igor's" held great promise with its Halloween and Day of the Dead D├ęcor, but its customer service was funereal.   Zombie Burger, on the other hand, had a self service counter, but was shockingly clean with terrific burgers and cake themed milkshakes, just to name a few items.  The burgers were juicy, and the lettuce and tomatoes super crisp. There were many zombie artifacts, and a cute zombie baby. I suppose we live in apocalyptic times, and this little bistro put me in mind of one of my favorite horror books about a zombie attorney who defends a young vampire, called Pay me in Flesh. It's right up there with Jody Scott's, I, Vampire, a tale of an alien that is Virginia Woolf taking up with a young vampire.  

Hawkeye Zombie Art

Zombie Greeter


Movie Posters Repurposed as Zombie Art.

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: Happy 4th of July!!

Dr. E's Doll Museum Blog: Happy 4th of July!!: The Star Spangled Banner Find all things patriotic at Oh, say can you see by the dawn’s early light What so proudly w...