Monster Blog | Entertainment Blog - Part 17
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Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)(Universal)   Creature from the Black Lagoon was the last of a long line of classic movie monsters developed by Universal Pictures. By the 1950's most studios had switched from horror pictures to science fiction. Universal was no exception. Creature would come fresh on the heels of the very popular "It Came from Outer Space." Both films would star Richard Carlson who soon would become the studio's staple playing the...

Image & Info Courtesy Of My Comic Shop.com Barbara Gordon, daughter of Gotham City police commissioner, James Gordon, prepares to attend a policeman's charity masquerade ball. She designs a costume in the style of Batman and names herself, Batgirl. As she arrives at the country club, she finds a villain named Killer Moth and his Moth-Men attacking one of the guests, Bruce Wayne. Batgirl dives into them, giving Wayne a chance to escape. Bruce takes this opportunity to change into Batman, then returns to...

Born Johnnie Lucille Collier in Texas in 1923, she lived there until she was nine, when mother left her philandering father and moved with Ann to California. Even at that young age she had to support her mother, who was hearing-impaired and unable to hold a job. After taking tap-dancing lessons, she got jobs dancing in various Hollywood clubs while being home-schooled. Then, in 1937, RKO asked her to sign on as a contract player,...

Following her divorce, Page worked briefly in San Francisco, and in Haiti. She moved to New York City, where she hoped to find work as an actress. In the meantime, she supported herself by working as a secretary. In 1950, while walking along the Coney Island shore, Bettie met Jerry Tibbs, a police officer with an interest in photography. Bettie was a willing model, and Tibbs took pictures of her and put together her first...

Actors David Tennant and Michelle Ryan take a few minutes to answer some questions about "Planet of the Dead", a special holiday episode of "Doctor Who", which aired this past weekend on BBC One.Synopsis:When a London bus takes a detour to an alien world, the Doctor must join forces with the extraordinary Lady Christina. But the mysterious planet holds terrifying secrets, hidden in the sand. And time is running out, as the deadly Swarm gets closer...

The Man Called Flintstone (1966) Hanna-Barbera Productions Directed By: Joseph Barbera, William Hanna Written By: R.S. Allen, Joseph Barbera, Harvey Bullock, Warren Foster, William Hanna, Alex Lovy Cast: Alan Reed as Fred Flintstone Mel Blanc as Barney Rubble/Dino Jean Vander Pyl as Wilma Flintstone Gerry Johnson as Betty Rubble Don Messick as Various VoicesJanet Waldo as Various Voices Paul Frees as Rock Slag Harvey Korman as Chief Mountmore/Green Goose/Triple X/Various Voices John Stephenson as Various Voices June Foray as Tanya Malichite Russi Taylor as Cave Mouse Runtime: 87 Minutes Country: USA Language:...

Price: $39.99 - Order Here Femme Fatales Lady Death III Statue Lady Death can never die! The perpetually youthful goddess of destruction and decay comes to the Femme Fatales statue line based on the cover to Lady Death: The Reckoning #1 (Dark Queen Edition) by Richard Ortiz! This 9-inch statue depicts a twist on Lady Death's classic costume, and has her armed with both a sword and a wicked scythe. Standing on a sculpted base, Lady Death will look amazing on her own,...

Order yours for only $139.99! Pre-order this non-limited second edition today! "My name is Talky Tina, and I'm going to kill you." Exclusive 18-inch talking-doll replica from the iconic The Twilight Zone TV series. Based on the episode titled "Living Doll" that starred Telly Savalas. Speaks 5 phrases sampled straight from the original audio of the episode plus features eyes that open and close. Talky Tina is back again...

Recently I have written a lot about how the 1933 American classic monster movie "King Kong" influenced Asian film makers. Right from the moment that "Kong" came on the scene, the Japanese developed a love for the monster. Almost imeadiately Shochiku produced their own clone of the film, "Wasei Kingu Kongu", and five years later made "Edo Ni Arawarita Kingu Kongu". Both films featuring a man in a gorilla costume as "Kong." It is known fact that the Meriam C Coopper film...

West Coast Edition Written By: Ken HulseyDespite what the folks over at Bloomberg Businessweek may want you to believe (Those Comics in Your Basement? Probably Worthless) the comic book market is really starting to pick up pace as 2013 comes to a close. At the time this article comes to press many local Southern California collector shops are desperately trying to dump their stock of sports cards, whose market has completely crashed, to make room for more comic books, which are in some...