Oh! I keep forgetting to mention this: Those of you in the greater Portland, OR metro area may be interested to know that the second annual Zompire film festival is this Friday and Saturday. Zompire is a film festival celebrating the undead, whether they be brainmunchers or blood suckers.
Last year was a hoot, so I highly recommend going, especially since this year seems to be almost entirely focused on the shorts. Saturday night does feature the classic "Coreys" film Lost Boys to satisfy those of you jonesing to see Kiefer Southerland on the big screen once again, so you shouldn't miss that.
Hey maybe you can help me. Again. I'm looking for a horrible, sorry, HORROR movie that I saw in the late 80's or early 90's about all these monsters. The only line I remember is, "Creatures of the night something something (I think it was come forth)". Me and a buddy were lamenting the 90 or so minutes of our lives that we sat there in stunned astonishment.
ANY ideas? I can't for the life of me find it. Google sewerage straining was fruitless as well.
PS, you running your webserver on dialup? Your site is incredibly slow.
Was it Monster Squad? That would have been around '86 or so, I think.
It featured dracula, wolfman, the mummy and creature from the black lagoon, in a plot to open a portal to hell or something. Dracula shipped all those monsters from all over and then woke them up. "Arise creatures of the night" seems like something he might've said in it.
Also: "kick him in the nards!" "Does wolfman HAVE nards?" kick "wolfman has nards!"
Dreamhost can get kinda slow from time to time. Was it the whole site, or just the image in the post? Because I'm trying out an external mechanism with that image that may be adding slowdown.
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