April 20-24th is TERRORTHON: Celebrating the scariest classic films you’ve ever seen!

HOSTED BY Page of My Love Of Old Hollywood and Rich of Wide Screen World...

This promises to be a very hair raising event indeed with so many wonderful bloggers and classic horror films on the slab….

I’ll be offering my vision of Edgar G. Ulmer’s decadent masterpiece of 1934 The Black Cat with the very first pairing of Karloff and Lugosi… And I promise not to say a word about the little black cat in the film… cross my cat worshiping heart and hope to die.

Then once I leave Fortress Marmoros, I’ll be heading to the fog permeated small village called Whitewood in search of Christopher Lee and the Raven’s Inn, run by  Mrs. Newlis in Horror Hotel (City of the Dead) 1960

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MonsterGirl says BE THERE!!!!!! and be scared be very very scared!!!!!!

9 thoughts on “April 20-24th is TERRORTHON: Celebrating the scariest classic films you’ve ever seen!

  1. Hi, Joey!
    So glad you signed on to our little Terrorthon and that you’ll be doing these films. You’re brave to tackle two and actually watch another scary film. ha ha

    Thanks so much for giving our event a shout out with it’s own write up.

    We’re hoping everyone has a great time and signs on if they can. Pretty lax on the deadlines so if anyone else wants to sign on for some scares, they’re welcome.

    See ya soon!
    Page

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    1. Page I am so thrilled and honored that you and Rich are letting me chime in. These two films are perfect for the TERRORTHON I hope I do you both proud. If anyone should tackle a good classic fright flick it’s nice to think of MonsterGirl that’s ME….cheers Joey

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    1. In the words of Rose Nyland Betty White’s wonderful Golden Girls lovable character, ” The Tushy of Love, I find that rather provocative” Yes, Rich and I will kick some monster ‘Tush’… I’ll make you proud- your pal joey or the little monstergirl who could

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    1. Rich! Pleasure to make your acquaintance. Thanks so much for doing this absolutely fabulous TERRORTHON. I just couldn’t keep my hands off it, and I appreciate you and Page letting me chime in. It’s such fun…and it’s my pleasure to tout it to the heavens. The darkened, ominous heavens that is-Cheers Joey

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  2. WOW! Awesome MG! Thanks, I can always count on you to show something really worth curling up on the couch or bed and watching =) Funny thing too because I just had seen that 1960 version movie, “Village of the Damned” last night which is great btw.

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  3. oops. WOW! Awesome MG! Thanks, I can always count on you to show something really worth curling up on the couch or bed and watching =) Funny thing too because I just had seen that 1960 version movie, “Village of the Damned” last night which is great btw.

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