October 19, 2014

Yeti Hideout's 31 Days of Horror: Week 3

In honor of Halloween, I've been selecting one horror movie a day.

Here are the selections for the third week:


My favorite monster movie! It features a lot of great humor, stars an absolutely adorable Robert Forster and showcases a truly amazing supporting cast including Henry Silva, Robin Riker, Michael Gazzo, Dean Jagger and Sydney Lassick. My favorite sequence is the attack on the outdoor wedding! 

The Lionsgate DVD is currently out of print, but used copies can be found on Amazon.


A creepy chiller I caught on television at a young age. Once seen, you will never forget "Junior"! This is now a favorite due to the fact that it features the largest role ever for my second favorite character actor: Sydney Lassick (Divine being the first...duh!). Sydney is truly the star of this movie and is practically in every frame!

Now available on Blu-ray from Scorpion Releasing.

This selection may surprise a few people, but I find it really scary and it is basically a slasher movie with three ugly sharks as the killers. It's full of surprises, laughs and is often incredibly mean-spirited! Plus Thomas Jane is so hot that he will make your pants explode. This deserves a larger cult following.

Now available on Blu-ray from Warner Home Video.


Not quite sure what to say about this one except that it is unforgettable!

The Retro Shock-O-Rama Cinema DVD can be found on Amazon.





For my thoughts on this film, click here to read an article I wrote for the amazing website, Kindertrauma.

The MGM DVD is currently out of print, but used copies can be found on Amazon.



One Dark Night, 1983

Strange and spooky "spend the night in a mausoleum" tale featuring a good cast (including E.G. Daily!), fun special effects and some really scary cadavers on the loose!

The Shriek Show DVD is currently out of print, but used copies can be found on Amazon.


For my thoughts on this film, click here to read an article I wrote for the amazing website, Kindertrauma.

The film is currently not available on DVD and can only be found on VHS. Expensive, used copies can be found on Amazon.