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Like many folks my age, I was introduced to Vincent Price by way of the Brady Bunch … remember that one, where they visit Hawaii? Mr. Price played a lunatic living in a cave who talked to his imaginary friend, Oliver. I was terrified of him (Price, not Oliver). My other early memories of Price are through his voice work for Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”, and “The Great Mouse Detective”. While he certainly is more famous as a horror
OK, so for the few who don't already know, sublimation is when a solid becomes a gas without becoming liquid in between. Every haunter in the world has seen this in the form of dry ice fog. I have no idea how the term applies to the process in the video, but it creates a cool effect - cloth that looks old and dirty but is actually new and sturdy. ;-)
Wouldn't it be great to go to Joanne Fabric and get a bolt of old and stained?
You got the pneumatic rigging but no idea how to put a monster on it? Well, this may be for you.
Almost didn't post this tutorial because I really screwed up while making him Had to make major adjustments to the monster once he was moved into the haunt so the pictures aren't quite showing the steps in a 1,2,3 sort of order. Hope it's cobbled together good enough to be helpful.
This is based on the small lunger prop from FrightProps http://www.frightprops.com/air-elect...mech-0760.html
Updated 08-24-2011 at 05:27 PM by Terra
Rue Morgue Radio is a fun website featuring a weekly music radio show and horror news. This is their second horror music compilation, and it doesn’t deviate much from the pattern set by last year’s tracks. Some heavy metal, some psychobilly, some garage rock, and some stuff that’s just plain hard to categorize. I’ve never heard of any of the artists except GWAR (thanks to Beavis and Butthead). It’s mostly guitar-driven melodies
Here’s another compilation of real old-timey big band Halloween music, similar to “The Haunted House - 20 Tracks to Make You Jump in the Night”. So similar, in fact, that they start with the same track … “The Haunted House” by the New Mayfair Dance Orchestra … a classic with an introduction that can’t be beat.
Much of the disc is just as terrific. Most tracks have vocals, but every 3rd or 4th one is an instrumental.
Updated 07-22-2011 at 03:50 AM by Dinosaur1972
(Pointing to higher quality D/L link from Wonderful Wonderblog)