Countdown to Halloween: The ship needs blood, Marshall … blood to survive …

Posted: October 26th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , | 3 Comments »

You might have noticed that thanks to technical difficulties over here at GCP-HQ, the last couple of days have been sadly bereft of Halloween clips. That’s right, I said “bereft.”

Normally I would bundle all the clips that were supposed to run into one post, but including today’s that would be six all together and that seems kind of ridiculous. Instead I’ll just point you in the direction of some great, classic horror movies, including; Fright Night, An American Werewolf in London, Poltergeist and The Fly.

As for today’s entries, I thought I’d share something a little less well-known. First up — Black Christmas, 1974 slasher movie about the terror of the holiday season and the danger of having a second phone line. Also, Margot Kidder and a unicorn. Doesn’t that sound nice?

Next, another favorite of Sandy’s and something I’ll have to track down because it just looks nuts. Death Ship is a 1980 film starring George Kennedy, Richard Crenna and a freighter haunted by undead Nazis and the ghosts of their tortured victims, Which would be bad enough without Kennedy getting possessed at some point and somehow still-rotting bodies showing up at every turn.

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3 Comments on “Countdown to Halloween: The ship needs blood, Marshall … blood to survive …”

  1. 1 sandy said at 4:02 pm on October 26th, 2011:

    Hey, what happened to the unicorn?

  2. 2 jonathan briggs said at 6:50 am on October 27th, 2011:

    Those subtitles really help: “Faint sounds of torture and suffering,” “Retching.”

  3. 3 Maxo Romero said at 10:20 pm on October 27th, 2011:

    Sandy: Umm … well, SHE wasn’t going to need it anymore! And it looks great in his den!

    Jon: I watching everything with subtitles from now on.

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