Godzilla Slot Machine – It seems there is some sort of plot to get me into a casino. Yes, a very definite conspiracy to park my big white in front of a rotary. Sure, I play slots from time to time, who doesn’t, but I’m not a high roller and can easily resist the urge to throw my hard earned money at a one-armed bandit.
However, that willpower is starting to wane with the recent introduction of a slot machine that is themed around classic universal monsters. I loved playing the old “Creature From The Black Lagoon” slot so I decided to give the new game a try. Anyway, I can resist “The Creature”, “Wolfman” and “Frankenstein” whenever I want……but can I resist “Godzilla”?
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Written by: Ken Hulsey Source: Scarlett Salem It’s been way too long since we last checked in with everyone’s favorite little blonde scream queen Scarlett Salem. As usual, the Minnesota native has been busy modeling, doing interviews and traveling to exotic locations like the infamous “Lizzy Borden House.” Scarlett wanted all her fans to know about a great new piece written about her for Mycho Magazine. Here’s an excerpt: Working in Independent Horror can be tough, but that hasn’t stopped Minnesota-born Scream Queen Scarlet Salem. Then again, it can’t hurt that she’s always had a love for the genre, and that love shows. This particular love of hers has led to many great opportunities in the horror world. Read More Scarlett has also added some great new photos to both her Facebook page and her official website (see above and below), plus she’s just launched her own online store full of 8×10 photos, which would j
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Eiji Tsuburaya: Master of Monsters: Defending the Earth with Ultraman, Godzilla, and Friends in the Golden Age of Japanese Fantastic Film
Now in paperback! $82.63 – Shop Now A behind-the-scenes hero for anyone excited about giant monsters walking over Tokyo, Eiji Tsuburaya was the visual effects mastermind behind Godzilla, Ultraman and numerous Japanese sci-fi films and TV shows loved around the world. The first book about this legendary film figure in English, this highly visual biography examines his fascinating life and career, featuring hundreds of film stills, posters, concept art and delightful on-set photos of Tsuburaya inciting monsters to crush landmark buildings. A must-have for fans, this towering tribute also profiles Tsuburaya’s film collaborators, details his key films and shows, and highlights the enduring popularity of the characters he helped create. Reviews: “[A] loving, well-researched tribute to the greatest of all Japanese monster creators!!” – Guillermo del Toro Director of Pacific Rim and Pan’s Labyrinth “Eiji Tsuburaya was a very reserved person on set.
From View Obscura Comics Batman #197 – December 1967 issue – DC Comics 4th Silver Age appearance of Catwoman in a book-length story, “Catwoman sets her claws for Batman!” Script by Gardner Fox, pencils by Frank Springer, inks by Sid Green. Vowing to win Batman’s heart over the idea that Batgirl is competition for those goals, Catwoman begins going around the city, catching crooks and helping Batman to make Batgirl look bad. Batgirl, using her detective skills, figures that the next heist will be an Eastern treasure known as the Hearse, and rushes to the museum to find that Catwoman is already there. During the fight with the thieves, Catwoman secretly has Batgirl fail her attempt to stop the crooks, allowing Catwoman to do the honors of making Batgirl look bad when Batman and Robin finally arrive. Later, Batman, Robin, Batgirl, and Catwoman show up at the Gotham Coin Chateau to stop crooks from robbing the place. In the middle of the battle,
Written by: Ken Hulsey As promised a few weeks ago, here’s another gallery of great monster movie posters. I like to think of this little collection as “the good, the bad, the wtf, and the boing.” The reasons for this should become quite apparent as you go through my selections. What did we talk about last time? Are the elements what make a great monster movie poster? If memory serves, I mentioned a few key elements, including a great monster (… sometimes), fast-paced action or violence, and a hot girl (or girls). Well, these images have all of that in spades. Godzilla vs. The Space Monster You’d probably guess that since this is a Godzilla movie poster, it would be one of my all-time favorites … and you’d be right! The image is really beautiful…as beautiful as an image of a giant dinosaur fighting a robot version can be. Info: Godzilla vs. Mekagodzilla (ゴジラ対メカゴジラ Gojira Tai Mekagojira) origin
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Written by: Ken Hulsey Source: Tyler Meyer On Wednesday, I published a small article about the tragic story of 23-year-old Jamie Belti, a crew member on director Tyler Meyer’s The Legend of Grassman, who was attacked by an ex-boyfriend with a hammer. The email forwarded to me by a mutual friend, Avery Guerra, was several weeks old (no fault of Avery’s, it accidentally ended up in his spam folder), so the information on Jamie’s condition was out of date. I am now happy to report that things are looking up for Jamie and she will recover. Tyler Meyer sent me this message yesterday via Facebook that I think everyone will be happy to read: “I am happy to say that in the few weeks since I sent this email, her condition has improved dramatically. I spent time with her at the hospital on Sunday. Her jaw is wired shut, so she communicates by writing. But we sat and talked and joked as usual. She denied but I&#
Source: Electric Artists A US satellite falls to Earth in Piedmont, a small town in Utah. When civilians decide to open the satellite, a mysterious plague is unleashed that kills almost everyone who comes into contact with it, often driving them to acts of insane violence before they die. As the army quarantines the area, a team of medical professionals is assembled to stop the spread of the pathogen codenamed “Andromeda”. Three of the scientists dress up in biohazard suits and inspect the city. They find two survivors – a frail old man and a colicky baby – and take them, the satellite and the Andromeda samples to “Wildfire”, a secret underground laboratory designed for a crisis of this nature. As scientists race to decode and discover what is killing Andromeda, it continues to spread and mutate. A reporter sees a government conspiracy and investigates, only to find that murderous forces want him silenced. The Wildfire team theorizes that Andromeda may have been an inte
From IDW Comics The Rocketeer, the pulp-inspired character immortalized by the late, great Dave Stevens, takes off once more this December with the first issue of IDW’s brand new five-issue series: Rocketeer Reborn! Writers Elsa Charretier and Pierrick Colinet (collaborators on Star Wars Adventures and The Infinite Loop) and artist Javier Pulido (Human Target, Hawkeye) reintroduce an all-new jetpack-wearing character into the 21st century. In Rocketeer Reborn, eighty years have passed since Cliff Secord first found an experimental jetpack and took to the skies as