Sunday, June 20, 2010

The Horror Hangover


Open those pretty little eyes sleepy head. Oh, don't you just look sooo cute when you wake up, but it's getting late and you don't want to miss any second of…The Horror Hangover! Actually, it isn't even that great of a Hangover this week as far as quantity goes, so I should probably just let you sleep in this afternoon. Still, being father's day, there are some very appropriate comedies playing throughout the afternoon.

AMC spends the day with a handful of Mel Brooks classics, starting with History of the World: Part 1 (1981) at 11:00, followed up by Blazing Saddles (1974) at 1:00, then finishing the fun with Spaceballs (1987) at 3:00. No Dracula: Dead and Loving it? I thought it was American Movie Classics, not American Movie Classics, except for Dracula: Dead and Loving It. Still, a nice little line-up and a hangover spent guffawing is better than one spent sleeping.  

There is one horror film on today, and it comes at us at noon when Sleepy Hallow (1999) fogs up your TV screen over at TNT. Great film and one of Burton's best, Sleepy Hallow stars Casper Van Dien, and that is all that matters. 

Hey, that's it. Told you it was a slow day, but at least there are a few movies on that can tickle your vodka soaked funny bone. Until next time kiddies.


  1. Hi Matt,

    I just saw Splice. I would love it if you did a review of it. I have a strong opinion but I would like to hear what you, and others, thought. Thanks!

  2. Ashlee: Ha, I completely forgot about that movie! Masterpiece!

    Post: I really want to see Splice and have heard mostly good things about it, but it didn't play any theaters near me, so I will have to wait for DVD. When I do see it, I'm sure I'll do a write up for it when I do.


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