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Howard Witt passed away on June 21st, at the age of 85. May he rest in peace.

He will always be most famous to me as the title character of Mr. Boogedy (aka William Hanover, prior to becoming a ghost in the film) from Mr. Boogedy (1986) and its sequel Bride of Boogedy (1987).

That first film caused me weeks of nightmares at the age of 4, but I was over that by the time of the sequel...which I had my grandmother record on her VCR, along with a family friend, and the one at this house at the time. So in case one failed, the other could get it. (While I watched it as it aired in a hotel, in Nashville, on the way back from a shopping trip in case everyone else messed up; power went out on the first two VCR's, but the family friend got it from what I recall.)

Those two movies could be part of why I fell in love with the horror genre.
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I am currently going back and forth on whether or not I want to keep my nomination for Bride of Boogedy, or switch to something else, as few have likely seen it, even when it comes obscure fandoms in Yuletide. Over in this comment, anyone curious about it can find a link to the film, as well as the one that preceded it. Over here, you can see the 30 second promo that FearNet made for the night the movies aired for Halloween.

Poll #16997 Should I change my nomination?
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Vote yes or no

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Yes
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No
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Poll #16998 For those that voted yes (or if you just want to vote)...
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Which Should I Switch My Nomination To?

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Murder By Death (1976)
0 (0.0%)

Suspiria (1977)
2 (100.0%)

With Suspiria, it would turn my nominations into a nice little horror trifecta, as the other two were Dark Shadows (1991) and Fright Night (1985). On the other hand, I also love Murder By Death (1976), too.

Given the fact that those on LJ can’t vote in this Dreamwidth poll, simply write in what you wish to vote for in the comments over there.
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Armando Trovajoli has passed away at the age of 95. May he rest in peace. He provided the theme music to Curb Your Enthusiasm, as well as the music for Hercules in the Haunted World, Atom Age Vampire, and Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory.

The Kickstarter page for Rifftrax has now earned $201,430, with 21 days to go.

Comix Experience Robbed At Gunpoint.

Stumbled across this, from 2011, for anyone that’s interested: The creators of Disney's 'Mr. Boogedy' talk about the film 25 years after its premiere. Some interesting trivia about what went on behind the scenes—for instance, a young Joaquin (then known as Leaf) Phoenix was almost in the first film, in the role that went to David Faustino.

Regis Philbin to host Fox Sports panel show

Tales From ECCC: Bruce Timm And The Cancellation Of The Green Lantern Animated Series

Who should be the next Robin?

DC Comics Reveals ‘Batman And’ Lineup of Team-Ups

DC Comics’ Mad Magazine-Style Variant Cover For Wonder Woman #19

Jim Lee, Scott Snyder Discuss Superman Unchained, Debut New Art

Associate Publisher Ruwan Jayatilleke Let Go By Marvel

New trailer for Iron Man 3.

X-Men #1 To Be A Little On The Late Side

Top 5: Actors Who Were Almost Spider-Man.

Joss Whedon Denies Planet Hulk Storyline For The Avengers 2

Fantastic Fangirls Q&A #192: What canceled television series do you miss most?

Terror Tranmission’s interview with John Stanley.

Doctor Who: New Ice Warrior Design Unveiled.

The Doctor Who Vending Machine.

Differences Between The Theatrical And Director’s Cuts Of ‘Army Of Darkness’ Detailed.

Jewel Staite answers more fan questions over at Blastr.

3 Problems With Fairy Tale Movies Like ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’

Once Upon a Time Creators Deny Recasting Sebastian Stan's Role, Discuss Wonderland Spinoff

The Longest-Running Manga in Japanese History

Fox Renews The Following, New Girl, Two Others

Teo Halm joins Girl Meets World as Cory and Topanga’s son.

Emma Booth joins Gothica as Frankenstein's bride, Madeline Usher.

Tesla Motors Loses Appeal Against BBC's Top Gear

Sony Sets Date for 6th Resident Evil Film

The Woman in Black is up for 2 Empire Awards

'Dexter': Moonves says season 8 is last

The 12 Worst Things in the Star Wars Expanded Universe

The 10 Least Competent Time Travelers

Film Sack Podcast #152: BloodRayne (2005)

Horror Etc Podcast, Episode 289: How To Survive A Horror Movie.

We Hate Movies, Episode 100: Taking Care Of Business (1990)
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I stumbled across a 22 minute in-depth review of Bride of Boogedy from last Halloween, for those that might be interested. The same person had a shorter one for Mr. Boogedy over here.

King Richard III Discovered In England: DNA Testing Confirms.

News Corporation sells IGN Entertainment.

This Day In Horror: George A. Romero Was Born.

The Unpopular Women Love Post.

Help Neil Gaiman With ‘A Calendar Of Tales’ On A Blackberry and Twitter.

New Terminator 2: Judgment Day VFX Test Clips

Star Trek: Into Darkness Full Super Bowl Spot.

Shot-By-Shot Analysis Of Star Trek Into Darkness Super Bowl Commercial

Star Trek Into Darkness to Hit IMAX 3D Theaters Two Days Early

Iron Man 3—Full Super Bowl Spot.

Iron Man 3—Extended Super Bowl Spot. The first 20 seconds is just Robert Downey Jr. staring into the camera.

Oz: The Great and Powerful - Full Super Bowl Spot

The Lone Ranger - Full Super Bowl Spot

Super Bowl Blackout—What Caused The Blackout? Top 12 Theories. My favorite is the first comment—Bane did it.

The Superman Homepage interviews Andrea Romano at the premiere of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2.

The Abandoned An’ Forsaked (Death is Not the End) – The Death of the Hulk’s Wife: The Quickest Retcon in Comic History?

Stan Lee's Real Life Webslingers

Comic Book Casting: The Legion of Super-Heroes

Superman: Unbound Hits Home Video May 7th, 2013.

Being Human: Being The Production Designer.

Victoria Smurfit joins the cast of NBC’s Dracula, as Lady Jayne.

New Thunderbirds series pushes ahead.

Cinemassacre Presents: Top 10 Alfred Hitchcock Films.

Cecil Trachenburg reviews Krull (1983)

Atop The Fourth Wall: All-Star Batman And Robin #5.

Dr. Seuss Cake.

Trailers From Hell: John Badham on On The Waterfront.

Superman on TV: February 4th-10th.

Best Cosplay Ever (This Week): February 4th.

Comics Alliance Reviews Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990), Part One.

The Collinsport Historical Society Podcast, Episode 7: The Great Dark Shadows Rebuttal.

Film Sack Podcast: Independence Day (1996) Commentary

Mission Log Podcast: Supplemental #3—The One With Bobby Clark.
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Cracking tool milks weakness to reveal some Mega passwords.

For those interested, I found the original Michael Eisner intro for Mr. Boogedy, over on Youtube. I remembered him floating away after putting on the cape, but that was the intro for Bride of Boogedy.

Dimestore Dames spotlights Emily ‘Lia’ Briggs (Looker).

DC Histories: Two-Face

Doctor Who returns on March 30th.

Lego Doctor Who: Don’t Blink.

Atari bankruptcy: Remembering the 2600, 7 bestselling games.

The Art of the Title: Murder By Death (1976)

1972 Flame Gun Ad…wait, what?

Kurtzman & Orci’s ‘Sleepy Hollow’ Goes Into Development For Fox

NBC orders The Sixth Gun Pilot.

Alex Kingston Cast As Laurel Lance’s Mother In Arrow.

Smallville: The DC Connection—From The Archives.

Cassidy Freeman Has A ‘Tiny’ Role In Once Upon A Time.

Man of Steel MPAA Rating Revealed. As expected, it’s PG-13.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Denies 'Man Of Steel' Rumors

P:R Redesign: Marco Antonio Laranjeira’s Supergirl

JLA's Vibe Will Be Guardian of Gateway to the Multiverse

I Love Ya But You’re Strange—Watch The Metal Men Answer Their Critics.

Stan Lee’s Rants: Car Washes

Stan Lee's Real Life Gambit Exploding Cards

Amazing Arizona Comic Con Brings Marvel's Stan Lee and DC Comics' Jim Lee to Phoenix in January

Supernatural Superheroes: 10 Magical Comic Book Characters.

Diamond Drops Marvel UK Titles.

Anatomy of a Cover: Uncanny X-Men Annual #11.

IDW is hiring an editor.

Trailers From Hell: Brian Trenchard-Smith on The Horror Of Frankenstein

Teen Witch Gets A Musical.

Ron Howard Might Take A Trip Through Gaiman’s Graveyard.

Not Your Typical Star Wars Van.

Star Wars R2-D2 Dog Collar.

From Think Geek: Victorian Web Pocket Watch.

5 Actors That Should Be Considered For Skeletor In Jon Chu’s He-Man Movie.

10 Best Gonzo Science Fiction Movies In The Whole Crazy Universe.

Extra terror, hold the gore: 8 truly scary PG-13 movies.

Powerpuff Girls Cake.

Jeff Eastin answers some questions about White Collar.

Classic Penguin paperback covers of the 1970s, by David Pelham

Devil’s Due loses much of its inventory in December warehouse fire.

The Sandman Re-Read: The Doll’s House.

Atop The Fourth Wall: Linkara Riffs: Just A Spark.

Comic Issues #102: Rogues Galleries.

Now Playing Podcast: Die Hard (1988)

Geekfest Rants Podcast, Episode 124: Godzilla, King of the Monsters (1956) Commentary.

The F This Movie Podcast: The Fifth Element (1997).
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My thoughts go out to everyone being affected by Hurricane Sandy. Everyone still dealing with it and the aftermath of it on my friends list, please do whatever you can to try to stay safe.

Hurricane Sandy Topples New York Data Center, Gawker, Gizmodo. Io9 was hosted there as well.

The altered Livejournal friends page is now in beta testing. To say nobody is happy with this development would be an understatement.

Insanejournal has a problem with delayed notifications right now (and graphic porn in their ads, which Squeaky is working on correcting).

31 Days of Horror: Trick ‘r Treat / Terror Train / The Funhouse.

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness—80’s Rerun: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.

Ain’t It Scary Reviews #30 of 31: Dario Argento’s Deep Red.

Longbox of the Damned: Blackest Night.

Rare Halloween Videos: 1982: Trick Or Treats.

10 Childhood Halloween Specials No Longer On TV.

This Year’s Halloween Discovery: Grave of the Vampire.

You Don’t Know Poe: 10 Weird Things About Edgar Allan Poe.

When the TV stars of 1979 saved Halloween with a little kitsch.

13 Ghosts of Halloween: Day 11.

Real Ghostbusters art from Kizer Stone.

Props from Ghostbusters Universal Studios Spooktacular Show now on eBay.

Comic Con to stay in San Diego through 2016.

The Wolverine to be released in 3D.

The first official poster for The Wolverine.

P:R Approved: Alex Mitchell’s Jidaigeki X-Men.

Phil Jimenez Jumps From Fairy Tales To Scary Tales.

Top 5 DC Villains Without Powers (Who Aren’t The Joker or Lex Luthor).

Frank Grillo to play Crossbones in Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

Tales From The Code: Whatever Happened To The Amazing Amazon—Wonder Woman Bound By Censorship.

The entirety of Mockingbird Lane can be viewed on NBC’s website.

Scandal and The Neighbors Receive Full Seasons From ABC.

Save the bridge! A behind the scenes look at the project to restore the Enterprise D bridge.

Author L.J. Smith on writing and losing the Vampire Diaries series.

The Teaser Poster For Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters.

Monkeybrain Comics donating November profits to Hero Initiative.

Fantastic Fangirls Q&A #177: It’s Halloween! Which comics character do you want to celebrate with?

Doctor Who News: BBC Announces A Host of Books For 2013.

8 Surprising Details About The Hellish Production Of The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

New Community Starts On November 9th…In Canada.

We Hate Movies Podcast, Episode 82: Bless The Child (2000)

The Two True Freaks Podcast’s Halloween Special: The Haunted Mansion

I finally managed to locate season 1 (season 2 is easily found on the WB’s website) of Pushing Daisies, and rewatched large chunks to refresh my memory. So I can place the series back into my fandom offerings for Yuletide.

So after the last of the reshuffling, the fandoms I’m offering (unless I trade out The Mummy for Indiana Jones again) are: Fright Night (1985), Back to the Future, The Mummy series, Ghostbusters, Pushing Daisies, Addams Family (1991). And the Bucket List includes: Van Helsing (2004), Mockingbird Lane, Lost Skeleton of Cadavra, Anno Dracula Series—Kim Newman, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: 1996, A Study In Emerald—Neil Gaiman, Mannequin, Soapdish (1991), Addams Family (tv 1964).

Just received word from Donna that we’ve hit the end of the road with Nellie and her pancreatic cancer. She’s in the hospital now, having refused hospice at home. Hospice is apparently (didn’t realize they did that in the hospital) just across the hall from her current room in the hospital, so they plan to move her over there.

Finally heard from Phillip (Mom’s brother)—where he’s at, Sandy didn’t dump too much. He’s currently just outside the zone where it would be, so he only received high winds. Meanwhile, all family in Louisiana are fine as of the last anyone heard, since it didn’t go there.
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BPI Asks UK ISPs To Block More Major Torrent Sites.

31 Days of Horror: A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors/Jacob’s Ladder.

31 Days of Horror: The House of the Devil/Suspiria.

MTV Geek’s Frightful Faves: The Haunting (1963).

Ghosts From A to Z. I’d say it’s very thorough, as Mr. Boogedy actually made the list. The Ghostbusters focused entries are great, especially the ones for Gozer and Vigo.

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness: From Beyond (1986)

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness—80’s Rerun: Mystics In Bali.

Cinemassacre’s Monster Madness: Fright Night Part 2

Ain’t It Scary Reviews #22: Night of the Living Dead (1990).

Ain’t It Scary Reviews #23: The Pit And The Pendulum (1961)

Longbox of the Damned: MonsterMen (And Other Scary Stories).

Rare Halloween Videos: 1991: Miss Switch Mystery Special

Gift Guide: A Nightmare On Elm Street Slasher Soap.

Monster In My Pocket Trading Cards Review—Part 2.

Evil Dead trailer premieres Wednesday; Teaser for Trailer online.

13 Ghosts of Halloween: Day 4.

Toys: Ghostbusters 31% off on MattyCollector.com—On October 31st Only.

Megan Lara’s Doctor Who Bad Wolf T-Shirt Featuring Rose. Some lovely artwork on that one.

Tigger’s TARDIS T-Shirt.

Full trailer for Iron Man 3.

Watch two clips from Mockingbird Lane.

From Think Geek: Bleeding Skull Candle.

When We First Met—Gotham Police Department Debuts.

Cosplay: Gotham Overrun With Leather, Latex, And Itchy Plants.

12 Alternate Prometheus Posters.

United Cutlery Staff of Gandalf the Grey and Orcrist

Rumor Behind Cartoon Network/DC Nation Fiasco May Be True.

The 10 Best Episodes Of The 1980s Twilight Zone TV Series.

World’s Geekiest Bar Now Open In Paris.

Here’s a scarily life-like sculpture of Sigourney Weaver as Ripley.

Fantastic Fangirls Q&A #176: Create a recipe based on a favorite comic book character.

Mark Waid Explores The Grey Area Of Green Hornet.

DC Reveals Cliff Chiang’s Concept Art For Orion.

P:R Approved: Héctor Barros’ Angel.

Marching band turns into a giant DeLorean for their Back to the Future half-time show. They do the Time Warp from The Rocky Horror Picture Show immediately before that.

The Thing from The Fantastic Four made out of pumpkins is sort of genius.

Why Didn’t HBO or NBC Want The Walking Dead?

15 Best Alternate Endings To Famous Movies. Army of Darkness’ original ending makes the list, along with Terry Gilliam’s Brazil, Clue, Star Trek: Generations, and the 80’s version of Little Shop of Horrors.

Original Dark Shadows Script Pages.

NYCC’s Final Photo Parade.

Memories of Comic Book Gimmicks Resurface.

Bizarro Back Issues: Dracula Fights The Silver Surfer Because of Reasons (1976)

Clark Kent Quits Daily Planet To Become Blogger.

CBS picks up full seasons of Vegas and Elementary.

Stan Lee’s Rants: Backwards Hats.

Rifftrax VOD Sample: Nightmare At Noon.

Vote for what Junk Food Dinner will review for their 400th movie.

Horror Etc Podcast, Episode 271: ‘Sploitation.

We Hate Movies Podcast, Episode 81: Bordello of Blood (1996)

Gweek 072: A History of Halloween.
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Original art auctions will benefit Steve Niles’ sick dog.

Syfy Films is planning to adapt George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards.

From Geeks of Doom: 13 Comic Book To Haunt Your Halloween. 13 Movies To Haunt Your Halloween.

The Multifandom Horror Comment Meme for Writers and Artists.

Promo for the next episode of Merlin.

Courtesy of Comic Alliance linking to it, you can watch the Tomb of Dracula anime.

From the AV Club: 21 Plus Unexpectedly Scary Episodes Of Not Scary Shows. Doctor Who’s Blink makes the list.

It’s Insanejournal’s 10th anniversary.

Timothy Dalton, David Tennant, John Simm, Freema Agyeman, Billie Piper, Catherine Tate, Bernard Cribbins, the late Elisabeth Sladen, John Barrowman, and everyone else on the cast and crew sing along to I Would Walk 500 Miles while on the set of The End of Time. Even the Adipose pop in for a visit—you get to see an Ood dance, too.

Sung by John Barrowman, here’s The Ballad of Russell and Julie, from the wrap party of David Tennant’s tenure as the Doctor.

How to make your own Vigo the Carpathian using Xbox Kinect.

Halloween Shows.Net has Bride of Boogedy for viewing. I’ll be watching it, along with Mr. Boogedy, a bit later.

10 MST3K Episodes to Watch On Halloween

CNN reports that one of Bram Stoker's writing journals has been unearthed.

This month for Halloween, I have now watched for the first time: Subspecies, Bloodstone: Subspecies 2, Warlock, Halloween, Halloween II, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, The Omen (original), Poltergeist, Silver Bullet, The Lost Boys, Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday, The Changeling (1980), Ghost Story (from 1981), House (from 1986), and House II: The Second Story.

I didn’t post about the Zombie Walk. It didn’t take more than 5 minutes for everyone to pass on by. There was a Zombie Chef, two Zombie Ghostbusters, a Zombie Batman and Catwoman, and about 200 others. Including someone’s little Pug puppy, with fake blood on its back. Yesterday, I went to see The Lost Boys—aside from a few technical difficulties (and a grand total of 7 people were there, counting us) that made it a couple minutes late in starting, it went nicely.

ETA: Forgot to add the Bram Stoker news, so that's added now.
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Original art auctions will benefit Steve Niles’ sick dog.

Syfy Films is planning to adapt George R.R. Martin’s Wild Cards.

From Geeks of Doom: 13 Comic Book To Haunt Your Halloween. 13 Movies To Haunt Your Halloween.

The Multifandom Horror Comment Meme for Writers and Artists.

Promo for the next episode of Merlin.

Courtesy of Comic Alliance linking to it, you can watch the Tomb of Dracula anime.

From the AV Club: 21 Plus Unexpectedly Scary Episodes Of Not Scary Shows. Doctor Who’s Blink makes the list.

It’s Insanejournal’s 10th anniversary.

Timothy Dalton, David Tennant, John Simm, Freema Agyeman, Billie Piper, Catherine Tate, Bernard Cribbins, the late Elisabeth Sladen, John Barrowman, and everyone else on the cast and crew sing along to I Would Walk 500 Miles while on the set of The End of Time. Even the Adipose pop in for a visit—you get to see an Ood dance, too.

Sung by John Barrowman, here’s The Ballad of Russell and Julie, from the wrap party of David Tennant’s tenure as the Doctor.

How to make your own Vigo the Carpathian using Xbox Kinect.

Halloween Shows.Net has Bride of Boogedy for viewing. I’ll be watching it, along with Mr. Boogedy, a bit later.

10 MST3K Episodes to Watch On Halloween

CNN reports that one of Bram Stoker's writing journals has been unearthed.

This month for Halloween, I have now watched for the first time: Subspecies, Bloodstone: Subspecies 2, Warlock, Halloween, Halloween II, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Wes Craven’s New Nightmare, The Omen (original), Poltergeist, Silver Bullet, The Lost Boys, Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday, The Changeling (1980), Ghost Story (from 1981), House (from 1986), and House II: The Second Story.

I didn’t post about the Zombie Walk. It didn’t take more than 5 minutes for everyone to pass on by. There was a Zombie Chef, two Zombie Ghostbusters, a Zombie Batman and Catwoman, and about 200 others. Including someone’s little Pug puppy, with fake blood on its back. Yesterday, I went to see The Lost Boys—aside from a few technical difficulties (and a grand total of 7 people were there, counting us) that made it a couple minutes late in starting, it went nicely.

ETA: Forgot to add the Bram Stoker news, so that's added now.
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Tor’s staff picks for All Hallow’s Read.

Now that Batman: Arkham City is out, Mark Hamill has retired from voicing the Joker.

The best moments from the Scream Awards. It includes George Lucas and Darth Vader onstage—more footage than I linked to in the Geeks of Doom post. I have yet to see any footage floating around of Matt Smith accepting his award.

Misfits may be getting an American remake, from the producer of Gossip Girl. While I’ve never seen the UK version, I know this is a terrible idea.

How It Should Have Ended takes on Ghostbusters.

Rifftrax has provided more information about their Halloween plans—their online Halloween double feature has moved to October 27th.

From Newsarama: 10 Worst Comic Book Animated Series of All Time.

Stan Lee will receive the Visual Effects Society 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Warner Bros. has greenlit the American version of Akira.

A 6 minute Dark Knight Rises prologue is attached to the screening of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Not even that would make me go anywhere near a Tom Cruise movie. I’ll just wait for it to hit the internet.

Halloween Shows.Net remembers Mr. Boogedy. As with yesterday’s Zeke the Plumber, you can view it on their website. Like all the copies I’ve found, this one is missing Michael Eisner’s intro. However, you can see what may be what I recall at the beginning of Bride of Boogedy.

I was reading about a UK show called The Fades. Is it worth watching? I’ve been looking to find another show to watch, since the only things I currently keep track of are Doctor Who (which won’t be back until the Christmas special) and Merlin. Any recommendations for any other shows? I gave Bedlam a shot, but didn’t care for it—ended up mocking it MST3K style with Mom. Tried and didn’t care for American Horror Story.
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Tor’s staff picks for All Hallow’s Read.

Now that Batman: Arkham City is out, Mark Hamill has retired from voicing the Joker.

The best moments from the Scream Awards. It includes George Lucas and Darth Vader onstage—more footage than I linked to in the Geeks of Doom post. I have yet to see any footage floating around of Matt Smith accepting his award.

Misfits may be getting an American remake, from the producer of Gossip Girl. While I’ve never seen the UK version, I know this is a terrible idea.

How It Should Have Ended takes on Ghostbusters.

Rifftrax has provided more information about their Halloween plans—their online Halloween double feature has moved to October 27th.

From Newsarama: 10 Worst Comic Book Animated Series of All Time.

Stan Lee will receive the Visual Effects Society 2012 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Warner Bros. has greenlit the American version of Akira.

A 6 minute Dark Knight Rises prologue is attached to the screening of Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol. Not even that would make me go anywhere near a Tom Cruise movie. I’ll just wait for it to hit the internet.

Halloween Shows.Net remembers Mr. Boogedy. As with yesterday’s Zeke the Plumber, you can view it on their website. Like all the copies I’ve found, this one is missing Michael Eisner’s intro. However, you can see what may be what I recall at the beginning of Bride of Boogedy.

I was reading about a UK show called The Fades. Is it worth watching? I’ve been looking to find another show to watch, since the only things I currently keep track of are Doctor Who (which won’t be back until the Christmas special) and Merlin. Any recommendations for any other shows? I gave Bedlam a shot, but didn’t care for it—ended up mocking it MST3K style with Mom. Tried and didn’t care for American Horror Story.
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The last movie I saw at the theater was The Dark Knight. I don't think there have been any this year that I've wanted to see.

An American Werewolf In London is getting a remake.

For those interested in watching Jeff Goldblum doing his own eulogy while on Stephen Colbert’s show—after he was falsely reported as having fallen off a cliff somewhere in New Zealand, along with Zac Efron and Harrison Ford--you can do so here. I don’t usually like him, but he’s actually funny here.

Does anyone out there happen to have the original intro from Mr. Boogedy? From when it aired on The Wonderful World on Disney, on ABC, back in 1986. I’m looking for it, because I finally located a perfect copy (in my old VHS collection) of Mr. Boogedy, from an airing back in 1994 (also found Bride of Boogedy from the same time frame) on The Disney Channel—but I’m still looking for the Eisner bit.

Where Eisner puts on the magic cloak at the end after the movie’s over, he starts to float away in a green light, and you hear Mr. Boogedy scream off-screen “BOOGEDY!” Eisner then begs for someone—anyone to get him down. You just see his feet at the end, and he says he hopes he’s back down by next week.
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The last movie I saw at the theater was The Dark Knight. I don't think there have been any this year that I've wanted to see.

An American Werewolf In London is getting a remake.

For those interested in watching Jeff Goldblum doing his own eulogy while on Stephen Colbert’s show—after he was falsely reported as having fallen off a cliff somewhere in New Zealand, along with Zac Efron and Harrison Ford--you can do so here. I don’t usually like him, but he’s actually funny here.

Does anyone out there happen to have the original intro from Mr. Boogedy? From when it aired on The Wonderful World on Disney, on ABC, back in 1986. I’m looking for it, because I finally located a perfect copy (in my old VHS collection) of Mr. Boogedy, from an airing back in 1994 (also found Bride of Boogedy from the same time frame) on The Disney Channel—but I’m still looking for the Eisner bit.

Where Eisner puts on the magic cloak at the end after the movie’s over, he starts to float away in a green light, and you hear Mr. Boogedy scream off-screen “BOOGEDY!” Eisner then begs for someone—anyone to get him down. You just see his feet at the end, and he says he hopes he’s back down by next week.
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The Illyana poll is currently at a tie, for those that want to pick one of the three options, or mention someone else as an option in the comments. Go here to do so. The poll will close Sunday evening. I had considered adding Hayley Williams as an Illyana option at one point, but she doesn’t seem to have facial expressions where she looks annoyed or serious. Just wild, and silly.

Oh, and for those that want to mention someone else, but don’t want to comment, you can write it in in this poll I’ve just made.

[Poll #1247190]

In other news, for those that are interested I just found The Fearless Vampire Killers over on Youtube. I hadn’t seen the movie since it aired on TNT’s Monstervision back in the early 90’s. Part 1 is here. You can find parts 2-8 here, in reverse order on the page. And parts 9-11 are located at the bottom of this page

And someone’s put up the Boogedy movies for those that want to watch both. Watch while you can--before Disney has them removed, like they did when I uploaded them a while back. Bride of Boogedy can be found on this page. Mr. Boogedy can be found on this page, with part 1 at the bottom.

I also found part of Saturday the 14th, here. The person who uploaded it apparently chopped out most of it, so it would fit within 10 minutes. I’m just glad to find anything from it, anywhere. I also found the trailer.
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The Illyana poll is currently at a tie, for those that want to pick one of the three options, or mention someone else as an option in the comments. Go here to do so. The poll will close Sunday evening. I had considered adding Hayley Williams as an Illyana option at one point, but she doesn’t seem to have facial expressions where she looks annoyed or serious. Just wild, and silly.

Oh, and for those that want to mention someone else, but don’t want to comment, you can write it in in this poll I’ve just made.

[Poll #1247190]

In other news, for those that are interested I just found The Fearless Vampire Killers over on Youtube. I hadn’t seen the movie since it aired on TNT’s Monstervision back in the early 90’s. Part 1 is here. You can find parts 2-8 here, in reverse order on the page. And parts 9-11 are located at the bottom of this page

And someone’s put up the Boogedy movies for those that want to watch both. Watch while you can--before Disney has them removed, like they did when I uploaded them a while back. Bride of Boogedy can be found on this page. Mr. Boogedy can be found on this page, with part 1 at the bottom.

I also found part of Saturday the 14th, here. The person who uploaded it apparently chopped out most of it, so it would fit within 10 minutes. I’m just glad to find anything from it, anywhere. I also found the trailer.
calliopes_pen: (regency_cate No books no soul)
Okay, I have finished uploading all of the rest of Bride of Boogedy. Here are part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, and part 10.

By the way, does anyone know where I can find the original intros that Michael Eisner (was that his name?) did for the Boogedy movies? If you can find them, I’ll upload them to Youtube.
calliopes_pen: (regency_cate No books no soul)
Okay, I have finished uploading all of the rest of Bride of Boogedy. Here are part 6, part 7, part 8, part 9, and part 10.

By the way, does anyone know where I can find the original intros that Michael Eisner (was that his name?) did for the Boogedy movies? If you can find them, I’ll upload them to Youtube.
calliopes_pen: (toketsupuurin Bruce Selina cuffs)
I uploaded two more parts of Bride of Boogedy. Part 4 is here. Part 5 is here.

Part 5 took a while to get uploaded, by the way. For some reason, there was a black spot that lasted a second. But whenever I went to cut part of the video (and included the blackness), when saved it would suddenly jump from 8 minutes, to 23 hours!

No idea how that happened...

After spending an entire day on it, I managed to fix it.
calliopes_pen: (toketsupuurin Bruce Selina cuffs)
I uploaded two more parts of Bride of Boogedy. Part 4 is here. Part 5 is here.

Part 5 took a while to get uploaded, by the way. For some reason, there was a black spot that lasted a second. But whenever I went to cut part of the video (and included the blackness), when saved it would suddenly jump from 8 minutes, to 23 hours!

No idea how that happened...

After spending an entire day on it, I managed to fix it.
calliopes_pen: (beeej Good Doctor Methos)
I just uploaded the third section of Bride of Boogedy. You can watch it here.
calliopes_pen: (beeej Good Doctor Methos)
I just uploaded the third section of Bride of Boogedy. You can watch it here.
calliopes_pen: (camwyn Mad science goggles)
I just uploaded the second part of Bride of Boogedy. You can find it here.
calliopes_pen: (camwyn Mad science goggles)
I just uploaded the second part of Bride of Boogedy. You can find it here.
calliopes_pen: (capedcrusader92 Alfred's diary)
I just uploaded part 1 of Bride of Boogedy. Click here to watch it, if you wish to.

It's the part with the whole "Beware the spiiidderrrsss" weirdness.
calliopes_pen: (capedcrusader92 Alfred's diary)
I just uploaded part 1 of Bride of Boogedy. Click here to watch it, if you wish to.

It's the part with the whole "Beware the spiiidderrrsss" weirdness.
calliopes_pen: (beeej Good Doctor Methos)
The final part of Mr. Boogedy has just been uploaded. Here it is if you want to watch it.

Tomorrow I'll start uploading Bride of Boogedy.

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