Our month long horror themed Musical Montage gets closed out by the classic Warren Zevon song, “Werewolves of London” that may have some hidden meaning but seems like just a song about a werewolf running around London.
After returning to his childhood home, Larry Talbot is bitten by a werewolf and becomes one himself and is unable to stop himself from terrorizing the citizens of the nearby town.
A solid follow up to Thriller on your Halloween party playlist, Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me” features Michael Jackson on the chorus and a bunch of references to horror movies and TV.
Gravity took the top spot for the third week in a row while the three new releases all kind of flopped, especially The Fifth Estate, which had one of the worst openings ever.
Forget terrible Jimmy Page/P. Diddy team ups and Green Day remixes, the only true song about the King of the Monsters is Blue Oyster Cult’s “Godzilla”
Although Arnold Vosoloo did a pretty good job in the modern remake, you can’t beat Boris Karloff as the original Imhotep from the 1932 classic, The Mummy.
Lion’s “Love is a Lie” would be fine to feature for this month’s all horror/Halloween Musical Montage, as it was featured on the Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter soundtrack, but add in Crispin Glover and it becomes something truly special.
Since it’s October, it’s time again for the greatest horror villains to take over our weekly Action Hero of the Week feature and this year the classic Universal monsters get their due. First up, the unholy abomination that is Frankenstein’s Monster.
Iron Man 3, tons more TV seasons and The Dark Knight Trilogy Ultimate Collector’s Edition are all out this week.
Despite of, or maybe because of, huge amounts of gore and violence, the new Evil Dead took the top spot at the box office this weekend while Jurassic Park 3D proved that people still love that movie with a strong opening as well.