Thursday 14 March 2013

203 - The Curse of Aleister Crowley

This week your friends Count Vardulon and DM pick a winner. Two winners, as a matter of fact. The Legend of Hell House is a must-see for any haunted house/ghost hunting movie, and the Loonie Movie is totally worth a dollar. Maybe even two. Mongolian Death Worm, on the other hand, is a Syfy original. So yeah. Tune in to find out what's coming to Canada, and stay to hear what's happening next year.

Poll results: What awesome graphic are you painting on the side of your creep van?
Death Star  0%
Frank Frazetta-inspired art  30%
Graffiti tags  0%
I'm not painting my shitty van  70%


  1. One of the weird things about Legend of Hell House and the Haunting, the novel Legend of Hell House is just called Hell House, the novel The Haunting is based on is called The Haunting of Hill House. weird how there's one letter difference in the type of house being haunted.
    Also the novel Hell House is much crazier than the movie. I read the novel before I had heard of the movie, I found the movie slightly disappointing because of this. Still loved the movie, but there's so much more weirdness in the novel.

    Additional: John Dies at The End will hit DVD 6 days after it starts screening in Canada. If The Count really wants to see it in theaters it will be screening at the Coliseum Theaters Ottawa in Ottawa.

  2. 1) So Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Fang...I had strange surreal memories of this movie and couldn't figure out what it was for years. I had almost convinced myself it was some kind of terrifying dream. It's pretty funny that American kids around our age were all raised on Canadian kids shows/movies and what were essentially cartoon extended commercials.

    2) Your last trip to Halloween Horror Nights had a house based on The Legend of Hell House - Legendary Truth: The Wyandot Estate. Details from the movie were used as clues to what the house was before it was announced. And the username of the clue-giver (for all the houses) was Emeric Belasco. Ah, yes HHN nerd here. Hope you can make it this year! (and yes, we do need to make a trip up there!)