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Introducing Internet Horror host Bobby Gammonster

Pull your mauve colored easy chairs and pop some warm and buttery popcorn because the TV (internet) has a new Horror…. Host Bobby Gammonster. I asked Bobby to write his own story for the Monsters After Midnight Blog. You can find Bobby on facebook and at his website Bobby also is now feaured on ROKU.     My name is Bobby […]

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Werewolf Of London

BEFORE the WOLFMAN… There was the werewolf of London (1934) . This was Universal’s First  (and mostly forgotten) monster movie involving the hairy moonlit creature who morphed  from a prominent well to do Botanist and became the hairy handed gent who ran amok in Kent. The werewolf, played by the actor Henry Hull, visits the Himalayas .. funny…. I thought werewolves […]

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I have often wondered if Tod Browning had ever realized what he created when he directed “Dracula” in 1931. Dracula was by modern standards a very modestly funded movie with […]

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THE THING!!!!!!!!!!!!

THE THING Yes Monster Fans, it’s that time of the year again. Time to hunker down in front of your electric heater or throw another log on the fire. winter time IS COMING in a majority of the English speaking world. That means ankle deep snow, freezing cold and winter jackets. But for a monster fan, the freezing cold background […]

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THEM, Was probably the best known atomic age gigantic monster movies second only Godzilla. (at least in the authors opinion). Made in 1954 the black and white science fiction film […]

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Insect Monster Movies, Godzilla 2014 by Gene Stevens

I was cruising the Monster-Net this morning and I ran into an IMDB (Internet Movie Data Base) posting about “insect related monster movies”. IMDB Insect Monster Movie List The Insect monster movie genre dominated the 1950’s period in horror and movie such as “THEM” , The Monster that Challenged the World and “The Fly” became the Go-to-scare-me movies on the mid 20th […]