Thursday, November 8, 2018

Dead Of Night (1977)


Second Chance


Hop in your Duesenberg or Jordan Playboy and rewind back to 1926. I wonder with the amount of times my family and I visit amusement parks, what if there was just one attraction or car ride that would take you back in time, even maybe to a previous life? Imagine a thrill ride or a time machine attraction or exhibit that will transport you back in time before you were even a twinkle in your mother's eye. What would you do? What would you change? 

No Such Thing As A Vampire



There is too such a thing as vampires. Well not the ones you can easily ward off with garlic and a crucifix, but a wooden stake through the heart sounds like a concept...Just kidding.

Where royalty and beauty is, a human canine follows. Poor elegant Alexis is at its' mercy and her skeptic of a husband must now find a way to put this canine down. But what if the vampire is no mythical monster? And what if the victim of the vampire is really not the victim at all? Alexis spends a good majority of her time in her cushy comfortable bed, recuperating from her blood drainage, while her husband does damage control. And boy does he ever...


Can you solve this gothic puzzle?

Bobby


There is no greater pain and tragedy than losing your own offspring. Mommy will go through any desperate measure to bring back her son Bobby, who died in a drowning accident. Maybe she may resort to some Black Magic. Either way, while her husband is away on a business trip, Mommy stays at home summoning Bobby. 

Knock knock...Mommy please answer...


But when Bobby returns, it is anything but a joyful reunion. It's not even bittersweet. Because Bobby does not want to spend the night with Mommy in her room, catching up over time lost, nor does he want any milk or cookies or any other nourishment. But he does want to play Hide and Go Seek...

Hide and Go Terrorize is more like it...

Mommy was a bad mommy and now Bobby must teach Mommy a lesson she may not live to forget. 


But it is not really Bobby....




Sunday, November 4, 2018