Tome of the Week: Grimoire of Malcolm Graves (Ghoulies) – 1985 | New 5th Edition Item

Grimoire of Malcolm Graves

"I felt sure that the curse had passed forever.." You can't get much more iconic for '80's horror than the cover of 1985's Ghoulies: The image of a demon bursting out of a toilet bowl is loaded with all sorts of implications. Yet believe it or not, I never got around to watching the film … Continue reading Tome of the Week: Grimoire of Malcolm Graves (Ghoulies) – 1985 | New 5th Edition Item

Monster of the Week: Michael Myers (Halloween Franchise) – 1978 | New 5th Edition Monster

Michael Myers

""Death is the only solution for Michael." What can I possibly say about Michael Myers, the Halloween franchise and the original 1978 Halloween movie that hasn't been said already? It's a film that re-made and arguably made the modern slasher genre into what it is today. It launched the careers of John Carpenter (The Thing) … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Michael Myers (Halloween Franchise) – 1978 | New 5th Edition Monster

Monster of the Week: Crawling Eye (Trollenburg Terror) – 1958 | New 5th Edition Monster

"A freak of nature." A decent '50's horror, the Trollenburg Terror or as it was known in America, The Crawling Eye, featured a humongous cranium monster with tentacles and a single giant menacing eye that stalked its victims in the Swiss Alps. While not a classic, the film inspired countless other works including John Carpenter's … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Crawling Eye (Trollenburg Terror) – 1958 | New 5th Edition Monster