Kindertrauma Funhouse Posted on March 27, 2020 by unkle lancifer — 16 Comments ↓ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)MoreClick to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related
#7 – Re-animator
#1 is Robot Jox (1990).
Unk – This is a great tribute to Stuart Gordon!! Love it.
Great choice for a theme this week!
#1 has got to be ROBOT JOX (1989)
#5 should be FROM BEYOND (1986)
#10 looks to be DOLLS (1987)
I think #2 is Castle Freak.
and it doesn’t matter anyway now that I notice Dr Nick Riviera has knocked that one off earlier.
And for some reason my 10. TEN is not showing up. My laptop must have The Corona.
… and I think #3 is Dreams in the Witch-House.
Masters of Horror- Dreams in the Witch House
The above is number three.
Oops. My bad. Carry on.
Is #4 The Pit and the Pendulum?
Hey! Excellent work! Hope you all are well!
We lost one of the greats this week, that’s for sure…. RIP STUART GORDON and thanks for all the great movies!
1 ROBOT JOX= exactly psmolen and Dr Nick!
2 CASTLE FREAK yep spot on SmallDarkCloud!
3 DREAMS IN THE WITCH HOUSE= direct hit SmallDarkCloud and Robstercraws!
4 THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM exactly SmallDarkcloud!
5 FROM BEYOND= good eye Dr. Nick!
7 RE-ANIMATOR= yay mhenders!
9 FORTRESS= i remember seeing this one in the theater! right on mhenders!
10 DOLLS= nice job Dr. Nick and Matt Sunshine
so we just missed 6 and 8
I thought you guys would get 6…
its DAGON! I love me some DAGON! If you have not seen it you must! It’s FREE on TubiTV right now!
and 8 is 1996’s SPACE TRUCKERS
SPACE TRUCKERS is great but really hard to find! I remember when my local HMV was closing I finally found a used DVD of it. Man, I miss that store! That was my hangout! That and CEX (sob)
Hope everybody is staying safe during all of this!
Thanks to all who played
and again, thanks STUART GORDON!