Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul, hosts a collection of mostly public domain trailers and clips from over 50 cult films, camp horror films, sci-fi films as well as TV serials from the '30s through to the '60s. The whole video is tremendously entertaining but some of the best parts include Zacherley's segments, fun rare bloopers and outtakes from Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein and a section dedicated to Bela Lugosi including rare interviews, a Betty Boop clip with Dracula and clips of Lugosi's movies including The Ape Man, Bride of the Monster, Glen or Glenda, The Phantom Creeps and Spooks Run Wild. Officially released on VHS in 1986 by Good Times Video but no DVD release.
Friday, October 25, 2013
1986 Horrible Horror
Labels: 1930s, 1940s, 1950s, 1960s, 2013 Countdown To Halloween, Clips & Trailers, Dracula, Horror Hosts, Zacherley
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- 1986, 2008 Halloween Tips with Elvira
- 1970 Tales of Washington Irving
- 1988 Hollow Gate
- 1997 Animaniacs - Spooky Stuff
- 1986 Horrible Horror
- 1992 Monster in My Pocket: The Big Scream
- 1995 Creepy Clips from Over 40 Classic Horror Films
- 1965-1969 The Beatles Meet Frankenstein and Dracul...
- 1989 Elm Street: The Making of a Nightmare
- 1989 The Search For Haunted Hollywood
- 1972 The Canterville Ghost
- 1982 Wacko
- 1960 & 1965 Mr. Magoo and Frankenstein
- 2002 AMC Backstory: HalloweeN - 1999 HalloweeN Unm...
- 1997 Perversions of Science: Panic
- 1991 Dracula: a Cinematic Scrapbook
- 1988 Legend of Sleepy Hollow (Rabbit Ears)
- 1982 and 1983 Count Scary's Halloween Party
- 1996 The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper - H...
- 1996 Late Night with Conan O'Brien - Halloween
- 1970s-2010s Commercials starring Classic Monsters
- 1991 Scary Movie
- 1973 The Mini-Munsters
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This site is fantastic. All month long it has been a continuous source of entertainment. Thank you. I write for this site: http://bleedingskull.com/ReplyDelete
I'm glad you're enjoying the posts Dan. I got four more to go to finish out the month.Delete
Absolute favorite. I used to watch this every year when I was a kid, starting in summer in anticipation of Halloween!ReplyDelete
This is one of my favorites too. Good to see you back checking out the posts this year Mantan.Delete