Thursday, October 31, 2013
HAPPY HALLOWEEN from Liem's Blogs for today from now. Horror movies are the things to be watching during this day of fright I got 20 that I suggest to watch. If you are into horror like I am into. Those to watch. Most of them are my favorites. If you don't like horror movies watch something else instead.
1, Trick r Treat (2007)
2, Drag me to Hell (2009)
3, The Exorcist (1973)
4, Nosferatu (1922)
5, The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)
6, Haxan: Witchcraft through the ages (1922)
7, The Omen Trilogy
8, The Amityville Horror (1979)
9, Dracula (1931)
10, Frankenstein (1931)
11, The Wolf Man (1941)
12, Halloween (1978)
13, Dead Snow (2009)
14, The War of the Worlds (1953)
15, Cannibal Holocaust (1980)
16, Jaws (1975)
17, Creator from Black Lagoon (1954)
18, The Devil's Rejects (2005)
19, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)
20, I Spit on your grave (1978)
Most of those are the one's I pick out what ever did came up in my mine. Their are some other to suggest to watch are not on here meant to put them down. Maybe next time I will HAVE A SCARY HALLOWEEN TODAY AND KEEP ON VIEWING!
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Most of the time in late October I do a blog on Guitar Hero,Rock Band or any thing about music threw November to December. Since those games are long gone retired for now. Still is the month of October to do spook blogs for Halloween. Got about 10 theme songs from Horror movies to rank up. Let you know they are not really the best on doing it. Doing the best by knowing the theme song with the composers of it and name of the movies where they are from. Most of those movies are from the 70's and 80's got one from 00's and one from the 60's.
1, Halloween Theme by John Carpenter (Halloween)
2, Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield (The Exorcist)
3, Jaws Theme by John Williams (Jaws)
4, Hello Zepp by Charles Clouser (Saw)
5, Ave Satani by Jerry Goldsmith (The Omen)
6, Friday the 13th Theme by John Williams (Friday the 13th)
7, Psycho Theme by Bernard Hermann (Psycho)
8, A Nightmare on Elm Street Theme by Charles Bernsein (A Nightmare on Elm Street)
9, Hellraiser Theme by Chrisopher Young (Hellraiser)
10, The Dunwitch Horror Theme by Les Baxter (The Dunwitch Horror)
Those are my picks of the Theme song from horror movies. Their are other films those are the one's I do now the best. Without those theme songs it probably won't make the movies what they are. I will be doing more post soon and for now Have a scary day!
Saturday, October 26, 2013
Today from now I ate at Johnnie's West a restaurant bar where the locals go over on Leavenworth rd in Kansas City, Ks not really to far from where I live. Had a Cheeseburger with Swiss cheese and fries with it. The burger was OK. Not really big not much with flavor. The fries where all right. Not really the best place to eat at. Do have weekly special's. It was a OK place to eat mostly place where the locals can go to to watch the football game. To me it just a place to stop by to get something to eat. For this place 1 out of 5 I give it a 2 out of 5. I well be doing more Indy Food Critic reviews soon. Remember something I am my own food critic and for now keep on eating!
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Vampires always had been big in cinema for a long time. known to roam the night to feed on the blood of the living. Right now I am going to give you a bit of timeline history of vampires in cinema. In my own way of tilling about it.
*1922 Back in the silent film aria Nosferatu a German film came out it was the first will known vampire movie. Was based on Bram Stoker's novel Dracula. Where they can not get the right's from Bram Stker's willow. Had change some of it. Max Schreck as Count Orlok and he is still a pretty spooky today.
*1931 Dracula came out with Bela Lugosi as him most famous role ever. Black and white talking film that is timeless of this day.
*1958 While in that time most of the horror movies where Sci-Fi B-movies about giant monsters, alien invaders and science gone wrong. Hammer's came out with Horror of Dracula where it was in color and more frighting for it's times. Christoper Lee as Dracula. Started a series of Dracula and other vampire movies from Hammer all the way to the mid 70's.
*1972 First Afro vampire on film Blacula came out. Where he was made into a vampire by Count Dracula. A year later it had only one sequel Scream Blaula Scream.
*1985 Fright Night came out where is about a vampire cross street from a teenage boy. Where it was the first film to make vampires were mondern day cloths. Still made tribute to the old vampire movies.
*1987 The Lost Boys came out with making vampires into a group of rock and roll style punks still having them frighting started a new Gen of vampires.
*1994 Came out with Intertview with the Vampire that was based from a book by Ann Rice. Where they make vampires into pretty boys. About the journey through the ages as a vampire. Probably made the idea of some wanting to be vampires.
*1998 Blade came out based from Marvel comics about half vampire who haunts down vampires in a urban sitting. Started the idea of line of movies from Marvel comics. The same year that John Carpenter's Vampires came out where it was a still of a western sit place in current time about a vengeful vampire hunter who mostly drag vampires out into day time to get fried in the sun. Most stop a Century's old vampire to get the black cross to be able to walk in day time.
*2007 Based from a comic book 30 Days of Night. Where it is about a group of vampires attacking a small Alaskan town up in the North part of Alaska during it's 30 days of night. Towns do what they can do to stop the vampires. Made vampires even more frighting. Something a bit like 28 Days Later instead of fast moving zombies was vampires.
*2009 Daybreakers came out. Where it takes place in the future. Mostly everybody got effected by a virus that made them into vampires. Limited on blood while human's are endangered species. A vampire found him self to be cure as a human. If they drink his blood they become human.
That was a bit of History of vampires maybe not every single vampire movie ever made I put down. Not the best way of saying it. Just did what I know about. Also meany other things with vampires that are not in movies such as in books, Comic Books/Graphic novels like Nosferatu; The Untold Origin by Louis Pecsi. See them on TV such as True Blood on HBO and in video games. All kinds of vampires to enjoy that dose not sparkle in the sun. Vampires we know that if we are afraid of them or want to be them. Vampires are always going to be in a place in cinema. For now have a scary day!
Monday, October 21, 2013
Had rank up the top Nightmare room episodes that were based on a book series by R.L. Stine. Goosebumps was the one I always know the best. going to rank up the 10 episodes. Might not be all the episodes on their most of the two part episodes are in one. It probably only been anthology TV series I know had two or three part episodes.
1, A Night in Terror Tower part 1 and 2
2, Attack of the Mutant part 1 and 2
3, Monster Blood
4, Stay out of the Basement part 1 and 2
5, Say Cheese and Die
6, One Day at Horrorland part 1 and 2
7, The Haunted Mask part 1 and 2
8, Return of the Mummy
9, Welcome to Camp Nightmare part 1 and 2
10, The Headless Ghost
Those are the 10 Goosebumps episodes. but their are some I left out maybe next blog I well put them down more post coming out soon. Have a scary day!
Friday, October 18, 2013
This happens to be the first Indy Food Critic review for the month of October. Haven't did a Indy Food Critic review for a while since I haven't been out to eat as much to do place's for reviews on. Today from now ate at the Golden Corral over on NW Skyview over on the Mo side of Kansas City. Never really much with Golden Corral's they are like any other family buffet like Ryan's and Home Town's. The food their was OK nothing really special about it. Was their when they had a thing of wings and appetizers on their buffet. What I had was the first plate was mini burgers that where vary little get better one's at Applebees and Ruby Tuesday's.Steak fries top with melted cheese. Two buffalo wings and a roll. Second plate was nachos, Corn bread and bourbon chicken and had for dessert made myself a sundae bottom with a brownie and a cookie top with hot fug. They didn't had crunch up Oreo's to top it off. Been wanting a Oreo Sundae for a while. Golden Corral still not really the best place. This one was kinda better then the one I had go to back in my Home Town of Council Bluffs, Ia. Now you can grab your own plate then waiting for your server to give another thing of plates. Pretty much a place to pig out to take your family to just pretty much like any other buffet. For this place 1 out of 5 I give it a 2 out of 5. Well be doing more Indy Food Critic reviews soon and other kinds of post. Remember something I am my own Food Critic for now keep on eating!
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Right now going to give you a brief timeline history of zombies in Cinema. Do something like this on my Facebook status last year changing and add a bit more this time. Zombies are all ways a big thing in movies for a long time. Where the undead walks. Going to do a History of Zombies in cinema with my own way of telling it.
*1931 The very first zombie movie White Zombie came out with Bela Lugosi in it. Where the zombies first started out as hypnosis working zombies.
*1968 George A. Romero came out with Night of the Living Dead first released independent where he made his zombies slow moving flesh eating the living zombies. What started the zombies we know today.
*1979 The second instalment to George A. Romero's Living Dead series Down of the Dead came out. Where it came out in colour. Where it had zombies in a shopping mall.
*1985 Where Return of the Dead came out where this one was made as a Comedy. Made zombies ever more rotted and the idea of saying brains!
*2002 Haven't had a zombie movie for a long time. 28 Days Later was first released in the UK. Made zombies a big come back started the idea of fast moving zombies.
*2004 A British Comedy called Shaun of the Dead came out. Was a sorta a parody to the remake of Dawn of the Dead. With the main living character happens to be name Shaun.
*2013 The movie World War Z came out staring Brad Pitt. Where he travels the world to tell everyone about the zombie apocalypse is coming. Based from a novel by Max Books who knows about serving a zombie apocalypse.
Mostly a bit of the zombie film history that I know the best about. There are things where you can fined zombies then in movies such as video games. Novels same with World War Z. Comic Books and on TV such as AMC's The Walking Dead is happens to be based from a comic book. Any time when the zombie Apocalypse happens we those movies for now to see what it would be like when It do really happens For now keep viewing.
Monday, October 14, 2013
The early horror movies where in black and white. Where some of the classics monsters we know today are in showed in Black and White. From when they had sound some of them still pretty good to watch today. The 10 I got are from 1930's to one in the mid 70's. Nothing from the 20's going that back far during the silent film aria most of those are during the time that already had talking pitcher
1, Dracula (1931)
2, The Wolf Man (1941)
3, Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931)
4, Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954)
5, White Zombie (1932)
6, Young Frankenstein (1974)
7, Night of the Living Dead (1968)
8, Psycho (1960)
9, The Invisible Man (1933)
10, The Haunting (1963)
Mostly are my picks of the Horror movies in black and white some of them I suggest you to watch to know them. If you want info about any of those movies you can watch them your self or look them up on the web. For now having a scary day!
Thursday, October 10, 2013
The Nightmare Room was a short lived Horror teen show that was also based from a short lived book series from R.L. Stine who is the author of other children's horror novels such as Fear Street and Goosebumps. Haven't read any of The Nightmare Room books haven't watched the series the network first aired on. Was watching the episodes on AOL year's ago. It is anthology series like Goosebumps and it came out a thew years after the tv series Goosebumps ended where this one has recognized child stars during that time. Going to rank up the 10. Let you know the one's I remember seeing are going to be the top of the list.
1, Tangled Web
2, Scareful what you wish for
3, The Howler
4, Locker 13
5, Fear Games
6, School Spirit
7, Fall Moon Halloween
8, Don't forget me
9, My Name is Evil
10, Dear Diary, Im Dead
Those are the 10 Nightmare room episodes. Got a bones on the Top 2 Master's of Horror. Remember last year when I rank up the Top 5 Masters of Horror. Had idea of doing another one only two that I like the best weren't on the list are.
1, Dreams in the Witch-House
2, The V Word
Also those are the other 2 Masters of Horror. I well be doing some more post soon for now Have a scary day!
Monday, October 7, 2013
We all know about werewolves. A person that is cursed that becomes a beast that is part wolf on the night of the full moon. Been doing meany movies about werewolves. Some of them had the best changing werewolf scenes. Going to rank up the 5 movies I think had the best scenes were becoming a wolf.
1, Trick 'r Treat (2007)
2, An American werewolf in London (1981)
3, Van Helsing (2004)
4, Ginger Snaps (2000)
5, The Wolf Man (1941)
Most of those 5 are the ones that has the best werewolf changing scenes ever. Not really full werewolf movies to pick out. I well be doing more post soon For now have a scary day!
Tuesday, October 1, 2013
This is the first post of the month of October on the 1st day of the month and the first Halloween blog of this year. Just some pitchers showing off from what I was and the Jack O Lanterns from the last 2 years.
Those are what I was for Halloween and the Jack o Lanterns from last 2 Halloweens. Even doe I am way to old to be trick r treating don't even have kids to take them. But I well still dress up as something for that day. I well be doing more Halloween blogs for this month of October. Have a scary day!