A very happy Monster Monday to you all! Today's monster comes from the inimitable 1988 classic Hobgoblins. This movie is absolutely terrible, and I love it dearly. It is also the subject of one of the best episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. (Director Rick Sloane has a great sense of humor - he submitted … Continue reading Monster Monday: Hobgoblins
Tag: Creature Feature
Happy Monster Monday, fiends! Today we celebrate a monster even more fearsome than the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog: the Lepus. Night of the Lepus is an eco-horror film released in 1972 (the same year that Frogs was released — that was a great year for terrible horror). In the movie, human interference in wildlife populations and genetic experimentation on … Continue reading Monster Monday: Night of the Lepus
I bring you glad tidings, for today is Monster Monday! Today we celebrate Gill-Man, the titular Creature from the Black Lagoon. This Universal Monster debuted in 1954, bringing with him a classic costume and some beautiful underwater scenes. Please enjoy:
Happy Monster Monday! Today's monster comes from Dog Soldiers (2002), the first feature film from Neil Marshall. It is an impressive first outing from one of my favorite modern horror directors. In the film, a group of British soldiers performing a training exercise in Scotland encounters a pack of werewolves, and it goes about as well as … Continue reading Monster Monday: Dog Soldiers
Monster Monday is upon us once more! I'll have some longer posts up later this week talking about jump scares and some remake news, but for now let us enjoy this week's monster from Feast. This is a fun, splattertastic creature feature that came out of Project Greenlight. I haven't seen the sequels, but I loved … Continue reading Monster Monday: Feast
A very happy Monster Monday to you. Today's monster is a colony of giant irradiated ants. I love atomic age horror, and this is one of its most deliciously outrageous examples: Them! The exclamation point is my favorite part, so I'm rather disappointed that it only appears in small print on the bottom of the poster, but … Continue reading Monster Monday: Them!