Monday, September 26, 2016

Mr. Nasty's New Mask!

Mr. Nasty sports a new mask for episode 3 "This Old Shack." This photo was taken after we finished filming that episode and started setting up for "Sicko-Psychotic's Twisted Halloween Special."

Saturday, September 17, 2016

Plentiful Food Source Inside the Sick-Shack!

In episode 3, Mr. Nasty serves up some finger and brain food with heart.

If you haven't tasted Mr. Nasty's cooking, it's simply to DIE for! Just ask the fellow who ended up on the menu. 

We try to keep our little kitchen perfectly UN-sanitary. You never know what other treats might crawl in for that added extra flavor.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Sick-Shack Gallery: Episode 3

The most random stuff ends up on the shelf. "I Spy" a severed zombie finger envelope opener... heheheh!

Mr. Nasty's wall of masks.

Delicious ingredients used to make the most tasty meals. Wait 'till you see what's on the menu in episode 3!

Sunday, September 11, 2016

A Very Sicko-Psychotic Birthday!

Jess Gomez, a friend of mine, had this amazing birthday cake of Cameo and Silky Harlot made by Charlie Nolasco from Cake World. I was pleasantly surprised and rendered speechless. Jess will be appearing in the 3rd episode, which will be airing soon. Also, you can see some of Nolasco's amazing cake designs on his Facebook page:

Silky Harlot: Episode 3

Silky Harlot waits patiently to film her scene.

Friday, September 9, 2016

What's Inside the Sick-Shack?

The illustrated Dracula/Frankenstein book by Alice & Joel Schick was a Christmas gift from my sister when I was a child. It's one of my prized possessions.

Random photograph inside the Sick-Shack.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Monday, September 5, 2016

The Devil in a Convent (1899)

THE DEVIL IN A CONVENT (a.k.a. The Sign of the Cross) (1899)

Director: Georges Méliès
Cast: Georges Méliès

Bordello of Horror on The Vortexx!

Tuesday (9/6). 9:00 P.M. (ET) 6:00 P.M. (PT). BORDELLO OF HORROR with Freakshow, Mistress Malicious, Sgt. Drizzlepuss, Ali Katt, and Mary Johuana presents WEREWOLF VERSUS THE VAMPIRE WOMAN (1970) starring Paul Naschy as Waldemar Daninsky the Werewolf and Patty Shepard as Countess Wandessa the Vampire Woman. Just imagine what would happen if a group of twelve-year-olds decided to make their own version of the old Universal monster movies. If you can picture that, then you have a pretty good idea of what this movie is all about. In addition to the movie, Freaky will be entertaining us with special musical guests John Masino Band - JMB, a movie review by Mark Krawczyk from The Final Cut, and more! [Movie poster by Sean Hartter courtesy of Saturday Fright Special.]

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Props for Episode 3!

Creepy dwellings is the theme for Episode 3 "This Old Shack." Oh, yeah... there's also vampires and cannibalism thrown in for extra seasoning. Coming soon to a schlock channel near you!

Betsy Lutes-Eadeh and Jim Childs made these props.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Silky Harlot, Sicko-Psychotic, and Mr. Nasty

Scene from Sicko-Psychotic Ep. 2 "My Man Friday ...the 13th"

Silky Harlot, Sicko-Psychotic, and Mr. Nasty together for the first time!

FREE Halloween DVDs from UN TV!

Message from Underground TV. If interested, let Joshu Hartman know on his Facebook page: 
"Hello Haunters!
As part of a promotion for the internet TV station UNtv WWW.FREEUNDERGROUNDTV.COM , We are putting together a Free Halloween DVD for people to play at their haunts be it either in the queue lines, separate screening areas or where ever you may like. Even if you want the DVD just to play during Trick or Treat that’s fine by us. The DVDs will contain Spooky clips from Classic Horror Movies, Retro Trailers and other little Halloween tidbits sprinkled throughout. The DVDs will come in “Safe” and “Mature” versions with content altered to suit each need (ex. No blood or Cussing in the “Safe” ver). Currently, runtimes are estimated to be about 1.5 hr. -2 hr. long. The Video will be free and in DVD and digital download.
I’m looking for interest and feedback at this point and trying to get a feel for how many to make. Are there any Haunters/Haunt Owners, Professional or Hobbiest, who would be interested in something like this?"