Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Bloody babes & cursed Counts; new this week at the buffet…

This week at the BMB we bear witness to the unadorned, unsuspecting, unashamed, naked terror of a Harry Novak Horror Double Feature featuring The Beautiful, The Bloody And The Bare & Behind Locked Doors; and get bitten by the curious blood curse of the Karnsteins discovered in Crypt Of The Vampire.

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Werewolves gone wild; new this week at the buffet…

Much to the Kommandant's dismay, we were unable to find a Thanksgiving themed slasher movie to add to the menu this week. And, believe me, he tried! Not to worry though, he's already working on a treatment for one. (I wish that was a joke but, sadly, it's not.) Who knows, if he secures proper backing, perhaps it'll be ready for next year's BMB Thanksgiving menu. Anywhoo, in lieu of that fact, we offer up these triptophan free menu additions that have absolutely nothing to do with pilgrims, Indians, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, etc.

First, join us as we dine on a dubiously related double feature of The Doomsday Machine & Werewolf Of Washington, courtesy the one and only (unless we count her previously mentioned cartoon doppleganger, Boobarella) Elvira, Mistress Of The Dark. (And check out this alternate ad mock up from the W.O.W. pressbook, courtesy the personal collection of the Kommandant.) Then spend the night with an assortment of wayward middle aged girls and lecherous middle aged men as we hunt down the identity of a Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Mod murders & bloody black lace; new this week at the buffet…

This week at the BMB we learn that, much like Lay's Potato Chips, the Kommandant can't stop at just one pseudonym! (I do have to admit both things are somewhat addictive.) With that said, I am pleased to present the debut installment of our newest column, Giallo Biafra's Trattoria Of Terror, featuring Mario Bava's classic tale of modeling and murder, Blood And Black Lace.

For our second entree, join us as we travel from the fashion houses of Milan to the gritty streets of Manhattan for a freaky beatnik double feature of Brian De Palma's lost "horror" film, Murder A La Mod and Larry Moyer's cultural obscurity The Moving Finger.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

A Dracula meets a Frankenstein meets a Wolfman; new this week at the buffet…

This week Bunny sits down to a monstrous double feature of Count Dracula's Great Love & Frankenstein's Castle Of Freaks, hosted by wig-headed, big-breasted, horror movie hostess (and obvious inspiration for one of my favorite Simpsons sub-characters, Boobarella), Elvira; and The Kommandant is cursed and bedeviled by the Curse Of The Devil, starring everyone's favorite Spanish werewolf, Paul Naschy.

On a completely unrelated note, should any of you reading this happen to find yourself in Hostile City this weekend and you're looking for something not necessarily b-movie related to do Friday night, may I suggest attending an unusual evening of full contact rock and roll featuring no less than four Steel Cage bands - specifically South Jersey's most kick ass Southern rock band, Son Of A Gun; the down and dirty punk of Phoenix, Arizona's Labor Party and a double dose of philthy Philly rawk care of the garage groove of Thee Minks and the hard boiled sounds of the Jukebox Zeros (featuring BMB contributors Peter Santa Maria & Rob Smentek) - rocking the same room at the same time? Actually, the bands will not be rocking the room at the same time; they will be rocking the room at carefully scheduled intervals determined by Ben from Millcreek Tavern but you get the idea.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Tinseltown truisms & a handful of horror films; new this week at the buffet…

Stately Wayne Manor shares Even More Indisputable Truisms From Tinseltown in the latest installment of Manor On Movies; while Bunny & the Kommandant settle in for an all-night horror-thon of terror with four "gore-soaked" movies contained in one Super Chiller Blood-O-Rama.