The Monster Club is one of my favorite movies. Not in the least because I first saw it hosted by Elvira, Mistress of the Dark on Movie Macabre.
This entire blog will be dedicated to the movie The Monster Club. We will examine the careers of director Roy Ward Baker, writer R. Chetwynd Hays, the posters, the graphic novel by John Bolton and Dezz Skin, the movie posters, and the soundtrack.
The Monster Club soundtrack is one of the rarest and sought after soundtracks of all time. I own it.
This will be the only entry ever in this blog and I will set to work when I have the brain capacity available to improve it. Meanwhile… Welcome to the Monster Club.
This artwork for the Humgoo segment was done by comic book artist Dez Skinn.
Scrapings of the frightfulness-omnibus barrel in the Amicus convention. The really popular unpleasantness scholar R Chetwynd-Hayes (Carradine), having gave some blood, is taken along by the appreciative vampire (Price) to his club with the intention that associate-beast-parts might furnish him with material for destiny books. There take after three witlessly standard tales (adjusts from stories by Chetwynd-Hayes), horridly executed and graced not in the least by such illuminators as Pleasence, Magee and Whitman. Stultification is finished by different pop aggregates, apparently employed by the Monster Club to catch the high school market, who are available to present every story with grating squalls.