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...