Killer Diller Colors


Dating can be very scary … especially during Halloween Week.


Friday Night at the Drive-In: Sssssss & The Boy Who Cried Werewolf

Released in 1973, one of the last “double bills” put out by a movie studio (Universal).

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Friday Night at the Drive-In: The Albert Finney Cheesy Thriller Film Festival

Sure, you could watch The Dresser or Under the Volcano or Erin Brokovich for some serious Finney acting and excellent scripts. But where’s the fun in that? I prefer his early 80’s sci fi/horror thrillers. Good cheesy fun.

Feature #1: Wolfen

Wolfen - 1981 - 1

A New York City detective investigates a series of murders that may involve Wolfen or vengeful animal spirits. Highlights include the bridge climb and the hot dog scene.


Feature #2: Looker


Someone is killing off beautiful models associated with a high tech media firm, Digital Maxtrix. A plastic surgeon investigates. Written and directed by Michael Crichton.


Halloween Week: Mad Monster Party?

There’s only one way to celebrate Halloween this year. Here’s your invitation:

Mad Monster Party

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We look forward to having you for dinner … as a guest, I mean. (You have such good taste.)

Halloween Week: Werewolf of London (1935)

A great old scary movie about an ancient Tibetan curse and the scientist who scoffs at the myth of the werewolf.

(Not to be confused with this.)

Monster Cereals

You can’t watch Saturday morning cartoons without sugary cereal. I recommend …

or you could have …

or even go with …