Outsider Poetry, web comics, zombie movie reviews, artwork, and commentary on politics, fantasy football, and modern culture by Outsider poet Thomas L. Vaultonburg.
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
50 Chilling Classics Is My Favorite Boxed Set of All Time
50 Chilling Classics
50 Chilling Classics is one of those things that came along when I needed it most. I had just lost everything, again, and had moved into a small apartment where I had nothing. Not even a television. But I did have a computer, which only got the internet from the restaurant in the ally ever now and again, and I could play movies on it. I bought 50 Chilling Classics at best Buy because I thought I would soon have a lot of time and not much to do. I recognized a few of the titles, but most were new to me. So I bought it. And I watched some of the movies over and over. I have documented may here. My favorites were The Cold, The Demon, The Demons of Ludlow, Devil Times Five, Dr. Tarr's Torture Dungeon, The Driller Killer, Drive-In Massacre, Funeral Home, House of the Dead, Messiah of Evil, The Murder Mansion, Silent Night, Bloody Night, Sisters of Death, Slashed Dreams, and The Witches Mountain. I see two movies on this list I don't remember watching, probably because that disk got lost in the move, or wasn't in the box, which would be common for Mill Valley products. Haunts and The Hearse.