Sunday, December 22, 2013

Creepmas Comics Giveaways

The $10 ComiXology Giftcard goes to Jonathan O.

The PDF copy of Halloween Man: Cry Havoc! goes to John P.

The physical copy of The Dark of the Forest goes to Warden S.

The answer to the question was Arbor Day,
which you can read here!

(John P, since you got the answer right too,
I'm going to send a PDF copy to you.)

Congrats, guys!

Hope you all enjoyed The 13 Comics of Creepmas

Sunday, December 15, 2013

The 13th Comic of Creepmas: The Dark of the Forest

About The Book:

It all started out so innocently.

Seven friends set out on a birdwatching weekend in the middle of the Navarre forest.
Little did they know that while they were watching the birds,
something else was watching them.
Something that wasn't human. Something very protective of the forest,
and willing to kill anyone that gets in its way.

 Something hungry.

Freaktown Comics brings you a desperate tale of survival,
humans united against a mysterious and deadly predator in a bloody battle to the death.

My Two Cents:

This comic was both exciting and educational.
It taught me what a Basajaun is,
and to stay far away from them!
I also love that it's set in the groovy 70's,
and features gobs of gory goodness!
Oh, and nudity! Definitely not a comic for kiddies.
Fellow adult horror fans will totally dig this though.
Especially the unexpected ending!

Where To Get It:

UK On Display
Win a physical copy right here!
Just by answering creator Russell Hillman's question:

The cover of The Dark of the Forest is inspired by a Jack Davis panel
from Mad Magazine's parody of the Eighties slasher boom.
What was their slasher story called?

Please include your name and email in your comment too.
Deadline is next Sunday, the 22nd.

Friday, December 13, 2013

The 12th Comic of Creepmas: Halloween Man: Cry Havoc!

About The Book:

It's the undead vs. the under-sized as Solomon takes on the King of the Dwarves!
Can Solar City survive a full-scale invasion from these mythical beings?
And just what is up with all of the gorillas?
This one-shot adventure mixes spooky thrills with silver age fun.

Halloween Man is a 21st Century Beauty and the Beast story
that brings together the most amazing aspects of horror,
superheroes, and science fiction.
Meet Solomon Hitch, the Halloween Man himself - 
a misunderstood monster with the power of the horror movie sequel,
a heart of gold, and a taste for living flesh –
and his lady love Lucy Chaplin, the world's most glamorous mad scientist.
With his friends by his side, he just might smash evil, save the world – 
and maybe even save his soul!

My Two Cents:

Move over Batman, Halloween Man is my new hero!
A backstory is provided for those unfamiliar with him.
As well as a foreword by his creator, Drew Edwards,
which was very inspiring and relatable to me.
A bonus story is also included,
which is set at Christmas time!

Where To Get It:

Halloween Man will be on ComiXology soon,
but you can win a PDF copy of this issue here!
Just comment with your name and email.
I'll pick a winner randomly next weekend.


The distinctive artwork is by Sergio Calvet.
Who also did the art for the 13th comic,
which will be posted soon!

The 11th Comic of Creepmas: Corpse Cop

About The Book:

Corpse Cop is sent to stop an outbreak in the north of the coming zombie apocalypse..
or start?
The Zombie Apocalypse is upon us now,
but there's someone to stand up to the mindless undead, 
Corpse Cop!

My Two Cents:

Corpse Cop was created by the muliti-talented Alan Bennett.
 Who produces, writes, and acts in The Velvet Coffin!
See him as the DeadEx Guy in the show's opening credits below.

Where To Get It:

The 10th Comic of Creepmas: Dead of Winter: A Comic Anthology

About The Book:

Horror Stories With The Setting of Winter.

My Two Cents:

I enjoyed reading this while watching snow fall
and listening to the follow song on repeat.

Where To Get It:

FREE on Amazon!

The 9th Comic of Creepmas: Wars In Toyland

About The Book:

Toyland was once a place of wonder and beauty,
at least until the teddy dictator Roxbury took over.
After Matthew's brother and playmate, Alex, disappears, 
Matthew finds himself carried into Toyland by his own loyal toy soldiers.
Matthew soon learns that Alex has been here, too --
and is now being held captive by Roxbury.
Leading an attack on the teddy bear's fortress,
Matthew never considers that his brother might be beyond saving.

My Two Cents:

I think you'll agree with me that this should be a movie,
especially after you watch the trailer below.

Where To Get It:

Preview it for FREE at ComiXology
Enter to WIN a $10 giftcard to buy it!
Just comment with your name and email.
I'll pick a winner randomly next weekend.

The 8th Comic of Creepmas: All I Want for Christmas Santa is You

About The Book:

The author/illustrator of the My Little Brother is a Zombie series
brings you this Christmas children’s book with a zombie twist.
See what unfolds after Santa Claus finds a mysterious letter from a young boy. 

My Two Cents:

This rhyming story is short and sweet.
Just like this Zombie Santa treat...

Where To Get It:

The Comic at Amazon

The Candy at ThinkGeek

The 7th Comic of Creepmas: The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar #0

About The Book:

This special edition features never before seen images! 
Julie Newmar! Time travel! Rogue scientists! Julie Newmar! Abraham Lincoln! 
Space aliens! Jim Morrison! And last but not least... Julie Newmar! 
The wacked out adventure written by bestselling author Marc Shapiro 
and Julie Newmar herself begins now!
Watch out for cross species breeding!

My Two Cents:

The story is short, but the bonus pictures are purrfect!
I definitely need to read the rest of this series,
since I heard Adam West is in the 4th issue!

Where To Get It:

FREE on Amazon and ComiXology!

The 6th Comic of Creepmas: Jingle Belle: Santa Claus Vs. Frankenstein

About The Book:

Jingle Belle comes to Top Cow in a special 'Halloween collides with Christmas' one-shot
written by Paul Dini and drawn by Stephanie Gladden (Powerpuff Girls, Chowder).
In years past, Santa has triumphed over a variety of enemies including the Devil himself.
Now, St. Nick gets ready to face his greatest challenge ever in Jingle Belle: Santa Claus Vs. Frankenstein! Inspired by Mary Shelly's original novel (sort of), the story of Frankenstein's monster takes a new twist when he is found by Jingle in the Arctic wastes and 'rehabilitated' to fit in with the elves at Santa's Workshop.
All goes well until an ultra-PC city declares Santa Claus taboo and awakens Frankie's monstrous side in an misguided attempt to help his friend.
It's up to an ailing Santa and a reluctant Jingle Belle to stop their monstrous 'apprentice' before he destroys the town and ruins the reputation of Christmas forever!

My Two Cents:

I haven't read this, but I shall soon, since I found out Krampus is also in it!
Thanks to the video below, which reviews this issue at the 6 minute mark.

Where To Get It:

Want to win a $10 ComiXology giftcard to get this?
(And/Or any other comics you wish!)
Simply leave a comment with your name and email.
I'll pick a winner randomly next weekend.

Thursday, December 5, 2013

The 5th Comic of Creepmas: Grimm Fairy Tales 2012 Holiday Special

About The Book:

Zenescope presents the company's popular annual Holiday Special
with brand new tales of terror set during the most joyous time of the year.
Too bad for some, Krampus has returned to wreak havoc
on those who might not deserve a happy holiday!
Don't miss out on what has become one of the most anticipated yearly offerings
from the comic company that does horror best!

My Two Cents:

KRAMPUS is in this! Need I say more?

~ Krampus Day Giveaway ~

Want to win a $10 ComiXology giftcard to get this?
(And/Or any other comics you wish!)
Simply leave a comment with your name and email.
I'll pick a winner randomly on the 13th!

The 4th Comic of Creepmas: Sore Thumbs Halloween Special 2012

About The Book:

Sexy Cecania and her nerdy brother Fairbanks
deal with the horror that is the 2012 presidential election.
See Mitt Romney and Barack Obama as you've never seen them before!

My Two Cents:

I thought this was hilarious.
Also they forgot to mention ELVIRA is in it!
I just ignored the political parts and focused on her parts.
(No pun intended.)

Get it for FREE at ComiXology!

The 3rd Comic of Creepmas: Dear Dracula

About The Book:

A young boy named Sam loves scary movies, especially the ones with Dracula!
This year, instead of writing to Santa for Christmas, Sam writes to Dracula,
asking the vampire king if he can become a real vampire for Halloween!
Sam is in for a surprise as the most famous vampire himself comes to visit!

My Two Cents:

I thought this was such a cute, Creepmasy story.
I've only seen the animated movie based on it though,
which you can watch below.

Get it at ComiXology!

The 2nd Comic of Creepmas: Vincent Price Presents #0

About The Book:

This all new story features one of Mr. Price's classics, Last Man on Earth.
Vincent Price Presents comes to Bluewater Productions as an ongoing monthly series.
It'll feature some of Price's films as well as developing new ones with his estate.
Welcome back to the macabre world of Vincent Price.

My Two Cents:

Loved the story, but it was way too short.
I was hoping it'd continue in the next issue, but it didn't.
All the awesome artworks included make up for it though.

Get it and V. P. Presents #1 for FREE at ComiXology!

Sunday, December 1, 2013

The 1st Comic of Creepmas: Turkey Grove Farms #1

About The Book:

Something is amuck at Turkey Grove Farms. 
Jasper's dad, the famous face of the farm's commercials,
hasn't been seen since before Thanksgiving.
Why is Jasper telling anyone who will listen of a great turkey uprising?
Has Jasper gone crazy or is this another publicity stunt?
One thing is certain, business is booming and the turkey has never been more delicious.
Everything evolves, why not turkeys?

My Two Cents:

I found this twisted turkey tale delightful yet disturbing.
Definitely made me glad I didn't have turkey on Thanksgiving!
Don't think I'll be having sausage for quite awhile either.

Preview it for FREE at ComiXology!

Friday, November 29, 2013

On the Darkest Day

Warden Stokely has spread some light my way!
(Thank you! :) Check out her Horrorzine here!

The Rules!

1. Include the award's logo in a post or on your blog
2. Link to the person who nominated you
3. Answer 10 questions about yourself
4. Nominate 10 Bloggers
5. Link your nominees to the post and comment on their blogs,
letting them know they have been nominated

1. How long have you been doing this, and when did you launch?

Oct. 14th, 2010. I can't believe my baby blog is 3 years old!

2. Most pleasant blogging surprise?

I agree with Warden S. Fellow Horror Bloggers are the best!
A few have become like family to me.

3. Most hard won blogging wisdom?

Give plenty of notice about events.
I don't follow my own advice though,
so I'm starting one on Dec. 1st!

4. Topic of your favorite post?

The friendship of Peter Cushing & Christopher Lee.
The post isn't my favorite, but it's one of them.
And I was surprised it didn't get any comments.

5. Favorite movie franchise?

I’m a die hard Michael fan like Warden S.

Tech N9ne is too, apparently!

6. Favorite animal?

(They're rabbits with bat wings,
and sadly only exist in my mind.)

7. Recent movie you most feel the need to re-evaluate?

I must evaluate some recent movies before I can re-evaluate them! lol.

8. Favorite band?

The Dresden Dolls, who are sadly defunct now.
I love Amanda's solo stuff though.
And Brian plays drums on Voltaire's upcoming album,
Raised By Bats, which I can't wait to get!

9. Favorite movie to subject straights to even though I’m almost certain they won’t enjoy it?

Blood Tea And Red String.
It bewilders people, which is one of the reasons why I love it!

10. Favorite movie to subject straights to because I’m certain they will enjoy it?

Night Of The Living Dead.
I think even people who aren't horror fans can appreciate it.

And the award goes to...

Annie Walls

Being Retro

Ghost Hunting Theories

Little Gothic Horrors

Living Dead Girl Nicole

Kweeny Todd

Memoirs of a Scream Queen

Real Queen of Horror

Space Jockey Reviews

The Gothic Embrace

Have a delightfully dark weekend!

Get all the details on the deals here!

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Hitchcock Halloween Food Fight

Alma Hitchcock serves her husband

Some foods harm. Some foods heal.
And some foods kill!

Such as in the Alfred Hitchcock Presents episode "Lamb To The Slaughter."

In which a housewife bashes her husband's head in with a frozen leg of lamb!
Like so:
Lamb Slam!

But he had it coming, he had it coming, he only had himself to blame!
(Sorry, that song from the movie "Chicago" just popped in my head.)
She was very pregnant and he was leaving her for another woman.

She, Mary, who's superbly portrayed by Barbara Bel Geddes, is so sweet.
The police don't suspect a thing when she serves them the murder weapon.

While eating it and discussing where the weapon could be,
the lieutenant says the following:
"For all we know, it might be right under our very noses."

The episode ends with Mary giggling to herself in the other room.

Never had I seen food being used as a weapon,
other than when it contained Hitch's staple, poison.
So when I saw this as a child, it blew my little mind!
It terrified me, which is why I chose to write about it.

You can read the story, which was written by Roald Dahl, here.

A more recent example of fighting with food is in "Trick 'r Treat."
(Which is playing all day today on FEARnet and also On Demand.)
The Spirit of Halloween aka Sam's weapon of choice is a lollipop.

Thanks to FEARnet, I'm now the proud owner of a replica of it!
You can enter to win some goodies of your own from them here.

Back to Hitchcock and food.
Here's how to make Quiche Lorraine using his recipe:

Vincent Price also has a Quiche Lorraine recipe.

Perhaps they're fighting over whose recipe is best here?
Actually this was taken during his appearance on AHP.
You can watch the episode "The Perfect Crime" here.

Want more Hitch? Of course you do!
Tune into the AHP marathon on Antenna TV
and hop on over to Backlots' blogathon here!

Happy Halloween!

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Halloween Costumes for Men with Facial Hair

Sometimes it can be challenging to come up with great, fresh,
and relevant Halloween costumes for those of us with facial hair. We know!
Who wants to shave off their hard-earned beard
or impeccable mustache just for a holiday that, naturally, only comes once a year?
There are of course the classics: the caveman, the wizard,
Paul Bunyan, and Abraham Lincoln, to name a few.
However, there are many more contemporary options for 2013!
Let us look to the films of the year for inspiration.


1. E. Aster Bunnymund from Rise of the Guardians (2013)
Bunnymund is a great costume for those with silver gray or white facial hair.
He would also be a good choice for someone with a little creativity
who would like to make his own props.
For Bunnymund, you will need a boomerang, thin rope to wrap around your ankles,
a strip of leather or synthetic leather for a sash, a pair of gauntlets, any pair of shorts,
and of course a set of rabbit ears and a tail.
If you want to go the extra mile,
use blue face paint to create the arm markings as tattoos.
(You could also be Santa Claus from RotG,
but some people might think you're dressed for the wrong holiday!
For best results, do that one with a RotG group.)


2. James P. "Sulley" Sullivan from Monsters, Inc. (2001) and Monsters University (2013)
Sulley is a fun costume for those who aren't afraid of some temporary color!
Use a light blue spray color on your head and facial hair
and comb through it after letting it dry.
Another great option to consider for the most realistic appearance is hair chalk.
For Sulley, you will also need a pair of horns and, if desired,
a set of black claw stick-on nails. They pull right off at the end of the night.
Use face paint or eyeliner to draw on Sulley's dog-like nose.
Wear any light blue and purple clothing, and you're set!
To really make an impression, get blue faux fur "monster" slippers.


3. King Fergus AKA Merida's father from Brave (2012)
Fergus is a Scottish king with a trimmed beard
and a mustache that feathers across the full width of his face.
Besides the facial hair, to keep this costume simple, all you need is a kilt, a furry cape,
and a prop sword with a wide cross-guard
(the thing at the top of the hilt that prevents your hands from sliding onto the blade).
The King has one wooden leg, so be creative with that aspect of the design if you choose.
If you have a daughter, let her be Merida alongside you for Trick-or-Treat,
or ask your wife or girlfriend to be Queen Elinor.

The Winget Files

4. Stoick the Vast AKA Hiccup's father from How to Train Your Dragon (2010)
with a sequel in 2014 and Dragons: Riders of Berk (2012)
Stoick is a Norse-style chieftain with a massive,
partially braided beard and a wide mustache.
His key design features are (once again) a furry cape, a wide belt,
studded gauntlets, and of course, a horned Viking helmet.
He is a good option for those with large, full beards.
If you have a son or perhaps a beardless best friend, ask them to join you as Hiccup.


5. Logan "Wolverine" from the X-Men series and The Wolverine (2013)
Wolverine is not a costume for the faint of heart, if you want to be truly accurate!
That said, he is a classic character, and his costume is widely available for purchase
from a variety of costume and Halloween shops.
Alternatively, just buy or make the claws
and go with his jeans and wifebeater street clothes!
For the updated Logan as played by Hugh Jackman, the key feature is, of course,
his well-shaped and angular facial hair. Logan's style of beard is called "muttonchops".
This style is essentially extended sideburns connecting to a mustache,
with the chin and neck shaven.
The key to Logan's muttonchops is the angularity and short length.
Use a motorized trimmer to shape and trim the facial hair.
Go to a barber shop for the best results.
If you are not wearing the Wolverine mask, then don't forget to use hair gel
to style the sides of your hair upwards into the iconic sharp silhouette.

If you have a favorite character from this year's movies,
they would be a great choice for you to create this season.
Team up with your close friends and family and put together group costumes;
you could make a great impression at a party with the full cast of your film!
Don't be afraid to make your own costume or props, and use whatever you have on hand.
As with any good Halloween costume, use your imagination!

This guest post was written by Chicago cosplay queen Crystal Isis.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

The Velvet Coffin

I'm proud to announce I've been appointed Publicist for this upcoming web-TV show!

I've also been sharing a horror hostess every weekend on our Facebook page.
Starting with Maila Nurmi (Vampira) of course. I did a trivia game about her.
Here's one question I didn't ask though.

What film does she read a beat poem in?

The answer is The Beat Generation (1959)
And here's the scene:
Yep, that's Jackie Coogan (Uncle Fester) in there too!

Anyway, for more info on The Velvet Coffin,
please email me at

Monday, October 7, 2013

Feast Of The Possessed

This is the second in a series of five short horror films by ScreenMagic Films,
which will be released individually then put together to make a full length film.

You can read my review of the first film, The Devil Is My Witness, here.

I enjoyed this one even more, cause there was more character development.
Rhonda Simmons reprises her role as the delightful Devil.

Here the Devil is with the Damsel In Distress, Erin Maloney

As you can see, she's injured her foot 
and is waiting for her husband/gymnastic coach,
who went to get some ice.

He never returns though.
So she goes looking for him and finds him dead in the park bathroom!

Hidekun Hah

Who or what killed him? 
The cute couple with eyes only for each other she saw earlier.
And now they have their eyes on her!

Reggie White Jr. and Shannon Marlyse

Then comes the mad dash for her life.
Does she escape or become dinner?
Find out here!

Also check out interviews with the great cast and creators here.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Unique and Creepy Dioramas

Insects in the Club

This little scene showcases “Beats” the Stag Beatle (Odontolabis dalmanni intermedia) 
behind the DJ booth providing hours of entertainment to the rest of insect-kind,
in a very unique club where all insects are allowed (for a small fee of course).
The club tonight happens to have five Sagra femoralis insects enjoying themselves.
A couple (Niv and Nats) dances in the couples room romantically,
while Georgia dances all by herself, just the way she likes it.
But then we have “Breaky” spinning on the floor with some break dancing of his own,
while “Saggy” stands and watches just at the edge of the spotlight.
Hopefully some more bugs will be joining soon!

One-eyed Billy Pirate

You’d best be on the look-out for the one-eyed pirate Billy (A Heterometrus scorpion)!
Ever since he liberated a human ship from the throes of a dangerous tide
he’s been sailing and plundering all that he comes across.
He’s gotten quite the name for himself too,
since his ship is rumored to contain human bones
and remains from as far back as the 3rd century BC!
Eventually he even acquired a first mate, Jilly,
who vigilantly keeps watch from the crow’s nest, so they are ready to rob on the go.
Now if only they had a bit more powerful toxin with their stings,
then they might be able to better defend their bounties from being stolen as well!

The Attempted Escape

Sometimes even bugs are criminals,
and that is no exception for “Crunch” (A Sphaenognathus Monguilloniand beetle).
He’s been a trouble-maker from a young age,
but most recently has resorted to assault on some poor insects smaller than him.
Of course insect society does not condone any violence like this,
so he’s been thrown in jail, awaiting his verdict
and to see whether the two poor insects he assaulted will even make it through.
However Crunch doesn’t want to stay in prison
and he’s worked on a plan to escape without even telling his bunk mate!
Unfortunately his kick the door in and run strategy wasn’t the most brilliant,
and Police Officer Jenny (An Aegus Acuminatus) was waiting for him!
Can he escape in time?

Twisty the Squirrel Taxidermist

Twisty is a squirrel after my own heart,
with all the twisted and unusual things he likes to do, and hobbies he has.
Twisty actually practices taxidermy and even has his own shop just outside his tree home,
along with a variety of pieces on display around it.
And he doesn’t practice any kind of taxidermy; humans are his specialty.
Before you, is his shop, where he does all his taxidermy work.
He actually uses a jaw bone from an Elk as his flesher and fleshing beam,
though it is a pain to clean sometimes.
He also has a bucket of acidic solution for a replacement on tanning and drying,
which leaves the human flesh shrunken.
The process seems to work well for him since he even has some back up body parts
for sewing together later once he’s removed all the necessary bone elements.
If this is surprising, just imagine what other practices Twisty is involved in!

About the Author of this Guest Post

Erika Henrike is a professional collector and creator of oddities for,
who loves talking about fashion, stuffed animals, and her insect dioramas.
She is fond of the more odd and unusual knick knacks in the world
and likes writing about them to share her interests with others.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Seeing Double: Reappearing Bad Guys

If you’ve ever followed movies, you know that things come out in pairs —
that is, dual movies that mirror one another in plot, style, and even actor appearance.
Armageddon and Deep Impact, Dante’s Peak and Volcano
Antz and A Bug’s Life, The Prestige, The Illusionist.
The list goes on and on—all this to say that generally, things come in pairs.

And if salt and pepper, Halloween costumes,
and movies can all be coupled, well, so can villains.
Below are a few examples (though not an exhaustive list)
of movie bad guys with more than shocking similarities.
Examples, I should note, may contain spoilers.

 Signs and Dark Skies

Signs, which came out in 2002, features human-like aliens.
They’re thin and tall, quick runners, and are able to jump very high.
In addition to hating water, these aliens have claws and sulk, sort of slithering, about.
They possess the unique ability to hurl poison gas from their wrists, click to communicate,
and change colors to camouflage themselves.

 Dark Skies, the film, came out February 22 of 2013
and features aliens referred to as “The Grays.”
The movie is similar in its depiction of the fragility of family
and childhood ability to perceive the supernatural, and uses the aliens sparingly.
Still, they bear striking resemblance to those in Signs

I Am Legend and The Decent

The movie version of I Am Legend, which came out in 2007,
envisioned the bad guys as virus-altered mutants with vampire-like tendencies.
Termed “Darkseekers” these creatures are able to smell immune humans
and actively seek them out.
Robert Neville, immune to the virus, spends the movie seeking a cure,
which he eventually develops.

 The Decent, which opened in the United States in 2006, 
also features flesh-consuming creatures interested in the dark.
When a group of women descends into a cave,
they’re hunted by blind underground cavemen with developed hearing and smell.
They’re also expert climbers and, unfortunately, murderers.
The villains certainly resemble each other,
as do the respective film’s exploration of the human capacity for destruction.  

World War Z and 28 Days Later

The infected in 2013’s World War Z, like all infected,
have been reanimated by a virus for which there is no cure.
They die when the brain is destroyed,
though they decompose (albeit slower than normal).
They can be frozen, which will render them inanimate until they are unfrozen.
They lack the human capacity for becoming tired
and they’re unable to think or feel, acting instead on impulse.
Termed “Rage Zombies” these guys are fast, virus-spreading machines.

 In 28 Days Later, which appeared in 2002,
the people in question are first bitten and then infected —
like the infected in World War Z, they’re not actually dead.
But they’re fast, extremely lethal,
and act in accordance with their ill temperament and hunger,
although they often appear to kill just for sport.
They don’t appear to be decomposing though and work to spread the infection to others.

There are infinitely more examples of similar villains reappearing — 
history is bound to repeat itself,
and we’re continually influenced by the visual stimuli presented to us.
And it’s probably best to let these duplicates inform the construction
of new bad guys and villains, allowing us to see them in a new context.
Let them inspire us — to be more original, to build upon an existing idea,
to come up with a couple’s Halloween costume we’re left explaining at the party. 

About the Author of this Guest Post

Lydia Mondy believes that people fall into one of two categories — 
fans of Alan Thicke and fans of Robin Thicke, and she’s not telling where she stands.
When she isn’t hunting bigfoot, you can find her writing about Halloween costumes
and cheering on the LA Dodgers.

Friday, September 13, 2013

Jason In TV Land

Jason on The Arsenio Hall Show

My favorite of Jason's many appearances on Robot Chicken

Jason on The Simpsons with another frenemy
[Sorry I could only find a clip of this in Spanish,
but someone translated what they're saying ~
Freddy: I don't get it! They should be here by now!
Jason: Meh. What are ya gonna do?]

A mash-up of Jason's appearances on South Park

Two of a few Jason appearances on Family Guy

Honorable Mention:
Jason as a Space Marine in The Irresponsible Captain Tylor
[Sadly I couldn't find a clip of him.
You can watch episodes of the show on YouTube though.]

This post is for the Friday The 13th Bloghop!