Showing posts from December, 2010

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays To ALL!!!

Well, it's that time again! Christmas is only a few hours away. A great time of the year where we celebrate the birth of Christ and exchange presents. What's that you say? You didn't get anything for that horror fan in your life? For shame! Well, that's ok! I have a few suggestions for you... First, our great friends over at Fright Rags have designed a beautiful Silent Night Deadly Night t-shirt and poster.The poster is absolutely beautiful featuring Ricky, the main antagonist of the movie in action. These bad mama jammas are limited to only 225, so once they're gone THEY ARE GONE! Another bonus: These posters will be signed and numbered by legendary scream queen Linnea Quigley, who appeared in the movie in a minor role. And what if posters aren't your thing? That's ok! The art was also turned into a t-shirt. displaying the same image below... Another option is of course dvds. Throughout the years many holiday related horror has been released. Of cou

Dig All Of Those Obscure Faves Out Of That "Shallow Grave"!

Hello everyone! Hope the season is treating you well. This cold weather sure is a lot to handle, huh? Yeah, the next thing you know it will be snowing and we all know what that means...we'll be locked in our homes with nothing to do! But I've got a great solution how to kill time... ...A movie marathon! yep! Grab some classics and spend the day nestled in bed while watching some great horror! Wait a minute! Something's off! There's something that doesn't belong in that photo. Hellraiser is a classic, Night of the Living Dead is no doubt a groundbreaker and Halloween is the one that many proclaim started the slasher genre. But what's that other one? Shallow Grave?!?! No, not the UK film starring Ewan McGregor and Christopher Eccelston. This is about four college girls heading to spring break and encounter a police officer killing a woman. Insanity ensues and the girls are killed one by one.It's essentially you're normal "backwoods officer gone wr

Chiller eye opening experience!

I've been doing all sorts of conventions since 1994. Comics, wrestling, toys, and yes...even anime. Now, as much as I hated it, my best friend managed to drag me to those anime shows on what seemed like a monthly basis. My anime days, while they are way behind me, took up a good chunk of my life and I don't suggest anyone to suffer through those. In the tail end of my anime days, a few friends and I formed a fan group named "The Lou World Order", which obviously was a reference to the popular wrestling group "The nWo" and at the same time a tribute to the head of Filmation, Lou Scheimer. We were different from the others. We didn't follow the same rules. We didn't act the same as everybody else. We didn't dress like morons and run down the halls screaming "squeeeee!". No, we did what we wanted, where we wanted. Eventually, we got burnt out on crappy anime and decided to move on and call the end of an era in 2005. But before we moved o

Introductions are in order...

Hello, folks! Welcome to my blog. My name is Chad E. Young and I have been a horror fan since the age of 4. This blog was created so I can share my thoughts and experiences in horror. I have been very, very fortunate to have been able to meet my favorite horror stars, attend many conventions, and the best part: make a lot of great friends through my love of this fantastic(and maybe sick?) world we call horror. I've even met my beautiful girlfriend, Laurie at a horror convention. All in all, horror has been very good to me! I should point out, I am not associated with any website, publication, or organization. I am not a professional writer or journalist. Just a fan with an opinion. My first exposure to horror was when I was at my babysitter's house and her young nephew was watching a movie called Creepshow. At age 4, it was quite the sight to see. I was used to watching cartoons, so to see decapitations and seaweed creatures coming to life was a new experience. But unlike som