Tuesday, December 26, 2006

The Bomboras are back!

Hey all you spooks!
Hope you got everything you wanted from Santa Claus.

Just a quick reminder if you haven't heard already, that Sol Cal's king's of the surf
scene The Bomboras are back together again and will be performing their first show in 7 years on New Year's Eve at the Vine Street Lounge in Hollywood California. Other special guest bands include The Vooduo, Thee Spectres, Mad Marge and The Stonecutters, and The Black Mask.

For more info lurk on over to The Bomboras.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

The Monsters are coming!!!

Hey all you weird-oh's! It's been a while since I've been on lurking around here at Monster Shindig. All of us kreeps here in Kreepsville have been very busy with holiday's. So as a special treat, I wanted to tell you about the first spook-tacular book in a series for kids on how-to draw monsters and other spooky kookys that mad-monster artist Jay Stephens will unearthing next summer from Lark Books called " MONSTERS! Draw Your Own Mutants, Freaks & Creep."

Be sure to pick one up even if you don't have any little kreepy krawlers....because I know I'll be diggin' up a copy for sure!

For more of Jay's wayout groovie ghoulies, drag your zombie bones over to Monsterama.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Kreepsville on Monster Creature Feature!

Hey spooks! Kreepsville Industries will be featured on our pal Ormon Grimsby's T.V horror show, Monster Creature Feature tomorrow Friday the 3rd at 10 and 12 midnight, then on Saturday afternoon at 3, in Raleigh. Ormon will be pluggin our latest gruesome projects so catch it if you can. And if you If you miss it, don't worry because Ormon hopes to have it online sometime next week on his gravesite mcftv.com.


Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Kiss Me Quick/House on Bare Mountain

A few weeks ago Something Weird Video sent me a real Halloween treat in the mail. A wayout double creature feature DVD with lots of nudie kutie's and monsters from the 60's, Kiss Me Quick and House on Bare Mountain. If you dig monsters, mad-doctors and cute half naked girls than this is the dvd for you. The DVD also features some short strip tease films, and a gallery of nudie kutie movie posters from a time where things were a bit more innocent.

To purchase this and other fine monster a go-go and nudie kutie films visit
Something Weird Video.

Elvira and her pumpkins

Here's a eye-popping photo of The Mistress of the Dark herself, Elvira.

Kooky Spooks Custome Kit

Here are some photo's I found online of the trick-or-treating costumes with the giant blow-up monster heads from the 80's called "Kooky Spooks". I really dig the one of the two little girls ready for some trick-or-treating. I remember every Oct. bugging my mummy to buy me one, but she instead would hand make my costumes every year....not that I'm complaining, since they always rocked the graveyard.

Jaycees Haunted House spot

It's finally Halloween! So I thought it would be a real treat to post this spooky radio spot I think from the 80's of a haunted house.
Click here to check out the audio.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Groovie Goolies A Go-Go!

Hey kreepy-krawlers!
Filmation's 1971's Saturday morning monster cartoon, Groovie Goolies has just been re-animated DVD by Ink And Paint DVD.
This was one of those show's that I made sure never miss a single episode, and couldn't wait until the following week to see it's motley kasket krew of monsters again like; Frankie, Wolfie, Orville Mummy (voiced by Howard Morris), Tom Drac (Voiced by Larry Storch) and Sabrina (voiced by Jane Webb).

Until you dig up your copy, here's the groovie intro to keep you undead.

In celebration of it's release, Kreepsville Industries will be running a gruesome giveaway this week...so stay tuned!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

The Monster of Camp Sunshine Movie Trailer (1964)

13 Ghosts Movie Trailer (1960)

William Castle's macbare fright fest featuring narration by Paul Frees who was the kreepy ghost host in Disney's spookhouse ride, The Haunted Mansion.

Monster A Go-Go Movie Trailer (1965)

Here's something for all you groovie ghouls.

Happy Hauntings!

Monday, October 09, 2006

More Spooky, Swingin' Sounds monster art

Here's some more artwork from our Halloween comp including the back cover and back tray.


Friday, October 06, 2006

The Spooky, Swingin' Sounds of Kreepsville Manor out now!

Hey spooks!
We've just released our comp
"The Spooky, Swingin' Sounds of Kreepsville Manor". If you already haven't heard, it's a 60 minute Halloween spook-tacular album in the same vein as the old monster records of the 60's and 70's. This is Kreepsville Industries first high concept release, which is produced under our brand new mini monster music label "Headless Spectre Records".

Scream-along with 21 eerie recordings of ghastly monsters, howling winds, spooks, rattling chains, bloodcurdling screams, and all the other bone-shivering things that go bump in the night within the wall's of the old haunted house, known as "Kreepsville Manor"!

The music part is great fun for Halloween shindig's or for listening alone in the dark. And the sound f/x part, is perfect to use as background sounds for your next spookhouse attraction. Frighten your fiends. A Halloween delight!

Featuring music by...The Legendary Invisible Men, The Fuzztones, Davie Allan and The Arrows, Psycho Charger, The Nebulas, The Vooduo, The Fiends, The 3-D Invisibles, The Hollywoods, Monsters from Mars, The Von Drats, Cult of the Psychic Fetus, The Worst, The Moon-Rays, and The Hangee V.
Plus, a tale of terror, and 3 bonus sound f/x!

The monster artwork was created by Pigsnoot and
David Hartman who's currently working with Rob Zombie. To purchase this gruesome goodie for $13.99 plus shipping, lurk on over to our Cafepress store Von Kreep's Mortuary of Madness right now!


It's that time of year again to get out your fake blood, plastic spiders, styrofoam tombstones and monster masks, because Halloween is just right around the corner! And here at Monster Shindig I'll be posting all sorts of tasty bone-shivering treats for all you little trick-or-treaters!

So don't close those koffin lids...

Friday, September 15, 2006

It's Monster Creature Feature time!

Hey weird-oh's! Just wanted to tell you about my new pal ghostmaster, Ormon Grimsby (aka The Undertaker's) Raleigh NC based t.v horror host show "Monster Creature Feature".
For those of you who grew up watching the old midnite horror host show's of the 60's and 70's than you'll really give out a scream for Orman's show. It's a kosmic kreeps nightmare come to undead life , and a jack-o-lantern full of spooky trash B-movie horror/sci-fi flicks, monster hop kulture, spooky artists, indie short flicks and so much more!

The show airs weekly on RTN channel 10 in Raleigh, NC on Friday evenings at 10 and Midnight and 3pm on Saturday afternoons. And shown in Durham, NC on TWC at 2 AM Thursdays.

So, don't be a sissy and kreep on over to "Monster Creature Feature's" haunted house right now for some kreeped-out video odds & ends, bios, and much more. And, don't forget to purchase some wayout monster gruesome goodies from their store!

I'll also be interviewing Ormon for the upcoming premiere spook-takular of our horror comic
"Monster Shindig".

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

The Munsters (1964)

I have many favorite spooky records collecting cobwebs in my vaults, but by far 1964's 'The Munsters" is the one I dig the most for obvious reasons. It contains some of the koolest monster surf songs from that era such as; "Munster Creep", "Frankenstein had a Hot Rod Car" and many, many more graveyard rockin' songs!

Download: The Munsters -1964

Bloodcurdling! Terror! Horror! Sounds to make you Shiver! (1974)

Well trick-or-treater's! Halloween is right around the tombstone, so in honor of it here's a spooky record for all you ghastly ghosts and goblins to scream-along with in your old haunted house. I aquired this gruesome goodie from a witch doctor friend of mine a few years back, who sold it to me for a bag of chicken bones and a shruken head. And now for your downloading enjoyment I bring you Pickwick's Bloodcurdling! Terror! Horror! Sounds to make you Shiver! released in 1974.

Download: Bloodcurdling! Terror! Horror! Sounds to make you Shiver!

Also don't forget the check out these past record posts...

At Home with The Munsters
Monster Shindig
Sounds of Terror!

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Total Skull

For all you kreeps who dig rock n' roll clothing with a cool edge check out Sheri Moon Zombie's new clothing company Total Skull.

They have kasket full of kreeped-out goodies for you little boils and ghouls, so be sure to check them out!

Monday, September 11, 2006

Night of the Creeps clip!

Hey all you groovie ghoulies! Since I haven't posted anything in a few weeks here's a spooky clip from beyond the grave from one of my favorite 80's zombie flicks, 1985's Night of the Creeps, directed by Fred Dekker. The man who also brought us "The Monster Squad"!

American Witch DVD

Hey spooks! Sorry for not posting anything in a few weeks. Here's some new news from beyond the grave that all you Rob Zombie supporter's will dig. The new DVD for Rob's animated "American Witch" video is now availibe only at Hot Topics for free when you buy a Rob Zombie t-shirt. The video and menu were created entirly by my pal, mad-monster artist David Hartman. Show your support for Rob by lurking your bones over to your local Hot Topics shop.

Plus, don't forget to visit Sideshowmonkey.com and Robzombie.com.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Suspiria trailer

Dario Argento's giallo masterpiece from 1977 "Suspiria" staring Jessica Harper.

Creepy Crawlers! Creepy Crawlers!

Here's an old television commercial for one of my favorite kreepy toys!

Friday, August 04, 2006

1313 Magazine "The Phantom Monster Show" now on sale!

Hey spooks! Our first two issue's of 1313 Magazine are now up on our lulu.com store. If you dig monsters, hotrods, horror, zombies, kasket kuties and all things Halloween than this is the publication for you!
1313's premiere kreepy-krawly spook-takular installment of horrorfying reading experience features a retro monster style front cover featuring Rob Zombie and wife Sheri Zombie Moon as Living Dead Girl painted by Nocturnal's artist/creator Dan Breneton. Plus a back cover zombie art by mad monster-maker David Hartman from Sideshowmonkey.com.

Kreature Features include; Pt. 1 interview with the kreeper himself
Rob Zombie on House of 1000 Corpses interviewed by one of the films stars actor Bill Mosley, an article by the queen of Hammer Horror Ingrid Pitt, Baron Shivers from Sol Cal's haunted house surf quartet The Ghastly Ones, Toxic Toons creator Eric 'Unkle" Pigors, Page 13 Ghoul The Ghastly Ones Go-Go Ghoulie Necrobella, the horror of filmmaker Dante Tomaselli, Stop-Motion animator Webster Colcord, the history of Disney's dark ride The Haunted Mansion, a 1313 exclusive Dogwitch comic book by creator Dan Schaffer, gal-eerie of special guest 1313 zombie art pin-up's, plus other ghostly tales of ghoulish delight!

1313's 2nd kreepy-krawly spooked-out installment features a blood-curdling retro monster style front cover and section header's by mad monster-maker David Hartman from Sideshowmonkey.com. Plus, a back cover by Unkle Pigors from Toxictoons.com.

Kreature Features include; The last part to Rob Zombies interview, David Hartman talks about making monsters, madmen and other things that go bump in the night, lords of the Psychobilly scene
Mad Sin, the king of hotrod building George Barris, Page 13 kasket kutie Miss Eva Von Slut w/ The Munster Koach, LA's one stop spooky store Halloween Town, production designer TyRuben Ellingson & story board artist Simeon Wilkins talk about working on Hellboy the movie, horror noir comic book creator/writer Steve Niles, putting the "fun" back into funeral's with Gein and the Graverobbers, a gal-eerie of special guest 1313 pin-up's & movie monsters, plus other tales of terror that will give you nightmares for a week!

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Rot Zombie T-Shirt!

As you can see, I've been one busy mad monster-maker this week in the old haunted lab making some new monster t-shirts. Here's a new one I like to call "Rot Zombie Cut-Out Halloween Mask", featuring a gruesome zombie head by my good pal David Hartman! Lurk your weary bones over to my Mortuary of Madness right now to buy
your's for only $30, and be the envy of all the zombies in the graveyard!

It's simply spooky!

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Spooky Trash Tee's for ghoulies!

Just added some of our new spooky trash drive-in movie designs on a few shirts for go-go ghoulies for only $25 each! To purchase your very own kreep-out tee, visit our cafepress shop Von Kreep's Mortuary of Madness right now!

If there's a specific design you would like to see on a different shirt please let me know.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

New spooky trash t-shirts!

Hey spooks! I just designed some new high quailty wayout spooky trash drive-in theater black ghoul t-shirts that are on sale over at our Kreepsville's cafepress shop Von Kreep's Mortuary of Madness for only $30 each.

They include; "Teenage Frankenstein" and "I Drink your Blood/I Eat your Skin". Visit the kreep shop right now to purchase your very own kreature feature threads straight from the haunted house!

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Some more kreeps...

Above are a few Big Daddy Roth/Ratfink inspired hot rodding monster designs that Darryl recently sent me for our "Welcome to Kreepsville, U.S.A" cartoon pitch. Lurk on over to the blog right now for a few more gone gassers, and a special update!

Darryl's sketch book!

My good pal and partner-in-crime on the Kreepsville Kartoon Darry Young has recently released his 64 page perfect bound sketch book, Share the Luv Vol. 1, which features his amazing brand of art. Go to his grave site right now Darrylyoung.net and buy your copy.

Or if you're heading to this coming week's San Diego Comic-Con July 19th-23rd you can drop by his table E-6 to say hello and buy some of his gruesome goodies!

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Santo and Blue Demon vs The Monsters

As some of you might know, there's a special place in my black heart for luchador's (mexican masked wrestler's) like Santo, Blue Demon and all of those way-out sci-fi/horror film's the starred in. Here's a little something for all you lucha libre fan's out there in Kreepsville! Santo and Blue Demon vs The Monsters. It has no sound, but it's still pretty kool!

Zombi 3 Trailer

Here's a trailer from one of my all time favorite master's of gore, Lucio Fulci's Zombi 3.
Dig it!

Sideshow Monkey at Comic-Con

Hey spooksters! Just wanted to let all of you know that my good friend, mad monster-maker David Hartman will be at the San Diego Comic-Con July 19th-23rd. Stop by the Sideshow Monkey booth O-12 and pick up your copy of his new art book, and other spooky gruesome goodies fresh from the slab! Tell him Von Kreep sent you!

Saturday, June 24, 2006

King Kadaver

Haven't posted anything from Cereal Killer's in a while, so here's another original breakfast cereal macabre mascot's of a kreepy undead king called "King Kadaver" created by Pixar artist Lou Romano. Lou was the production designer on one of my favorite animated feature films, The Incredibles.

Be sure to check out his fang-tastic Greek mythology creatures & hero illustrations on his blog!

Friday, June 23, 2006

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friend's blog!

Just found out through Steve Lambey's blog that there's an official blog for one of my all time favorite Cartoon Network show's Foster Home for Imaginary Friends that's run by the krew. There's a bunch of super kool art that they've already posted, so go check it out!

Jay Stephen's presents...The Cryptids

Kreepsville Industries has always been a big supporter of guest artist mad monster-maker Jay Stephen's, who has always unearthed some eye-gouging haunted work for us. And when we found out that his animated monster action 60's style kids cartoon "The Cryptids" was picked up over at Cartoon Network for development we of course flipped our bolted heads. Congrats to Jay once again. We look forward to finally seeing a full on monster show like this on t.v. for sure!

If you haven't visited Jay's haunted blog Monsterama, lurk your weary bones over right now and be sure to read everything on the show. Plus, don't forget to visit his store Monsterama Mart and purchase some of his gruesome goodies!