Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Horror Hangover

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Hello once again kiddies. I'm very glad you have decided to take some time to check out what we have in store for you today. Hopefully there is something that will catch your bloodshot eye and make this, your awful hangover, just a little more bearable. Sadly, I am going to have to rush through this one, as I have no time in what is an annoyingly busy work weekend for me. I didn't want you to think I was being lazy or some crap.   

When in a rush, SyFy comes through big time with an afternoon full of horror to keep your mind off the sick headache you developed for some odd reason. Things start nice and early with some quality horror at 9:00 with In the Mouth of Madness, which is a fun 90's film as well as a solid homage to Lovecraft.

After that, SyFy goes buck wild with a bunch of movies I have not seen, but I would think about watching if in the right mood. 100 Feet (eww, stinky) is the first film at 11:00, followed by Backwoods (starring Haylie Duff!) at 1:00, and finishing off the afternoon is Open Graves at 3:00. Not a bad line-up from SyFy, and at least a few of these films look watchable, while still harboring a copious amount of alcohol in your bloodstream, of course.  

I'll close out the afternoon with a back-to-back dose of classic Tim Burton on ABC Family, starting with a 2:30 showing of Bettlejuice, followed by Edward Scissorhands at 4:30. Love both of these movies and they certainly add to what is a decent Horror Hangover film wise, which is nice.

Alrighty, I gotta jet, but thanks for sticking around, and may your hangover subside by the evening. So you can drink some more.


  1. A nice little double dose for Burton! Im going to try to squeeze in The Wolfman, Living Death only for the sake that I got it for $1, and maybe some Daybreakers action to get that netflix back in the mail =D

  2. Ugh, my TV has been broken for a week now, waiting for an on order color wheel to come in. I can watch movies on my computer at least, but I would prefer to watch something like The Wolfman on my nice big TV! Can't wait to read your thoughts on those movies, though.

  3. The Haylie Duff one looks tragic. How was it?

  4. I watched that airing of In the Mouth of Madness. Been some time since my last viewing of it but I liked it just much now.

  5. Simon: I didn't watch it...had to work. But it is on instant view, so I may have to catch up with it soon enough! Nothing say quality like the less famous sister of a pop princess!

    Geof: I watched it about two years ago for the first time in a while, and I was surprised as to just how 90's it was. It's still holds strong, though, and there are a lot of very creepy moments.


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