Click on the image above for more info on Nashville’s longest running haunted attraction, The Slaughter House from our friends at The Full Moon Tattoo & Horror Convention!!!
Horror Director Wes Craven, who brought us such iconic horror films as “The Hills Have Eyes”, “Nightmare On Elm Street” and “Scream” passed away Sunday Aug 30 from brain cancer.
Craven’s first film was “The Hills Have Eyes” starring another horror icon Michael Berryman. He also directed the movies “Last House On The Left”, “The Serpent & The Rainbow” and “The People Under The Stairs”.
The film industry and fans alike really took notice in 1984 when Wes Craven introduced us to Freddy Kruger, a character is said to be inspired by a man Craven saw walking down an alley at the side of his house as a kid one night. The man stopped and turned and looked at young Wes. He never forgot it.
Freddy returned for several sequels including a teaming with Jason in “Freddy Vs Jason”.
Wes also directed the “Scream” movies, who’s villain, “Ghostface” became a staple in the horror community.
Craven would often make cameo’s in his films, as in the first “Scream” where he appeared as Fred The Janitor, wearing a red and green Freddy Kruger sweater.
On August 30, 2015, Craven died of brain cancer at his home in Los Angeles, Ca. He was 76 years old.
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I spent a day at Wonderfest. The Sci-Fi And Horror Model Convention that is held in Louisville Ky each year. Great guests, good friend and of course some really cool model kits!!
Ben & Stacey Dixon gave Nashville it’s 14th dose of horror last month with The Full Moon Tattoo And Horror Convention. It is always a great show.
Monsters From The Basement wanted to show you the brand spanking new t-shirts from Midnite Mauseoleum! The shirts are light gray high quality shirts with cartoon images of our favorite cuddly cadavers Marlena Midnite and Robyn Graves.
Sizes YM – XL only $14.99 plus shipping
Size XXL only $16.99 plus shipping
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The Full Moon Tattoo And Horror Convention returns to Nashville. This year in the brand spanking new Music City Center. Click the image above to view the guest list!!
Have you ever wished that you had a copy of Tuesday Knight’s song “Nightmare” from Nightmare On Elm Street 4? The song was not included on the soundtrack album.
Well, now is your chance. Tuesday has started a Kickstarter campaign to raise money to finally put the song out on CD as well as vinyl.
There are three different levels of pledges you can make to get the cd, vinyl or both! Each copy will be autographed by Tuesday!
Here are the track listings:
Nightmare (Movie Version HQ)
Nightmare (Studio Version HQ)
Nightmare (2015 version)
Nightmare (The Flight Away Instrumental)
Nightmare (DJ Sasha REMIX)
Nightmare (The Flight Away)
Ivory Tower (From The Motion Picture Mad About You)
Out of Control (Tuesday Morning Mix)
Every Breath You Take (From the TV Show The Profiler)
Maria (Rapture Acoustic Dub)
Never Too Late
Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?