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More Links I Like

As a guy with a wide range of interests, simply one listing of links to websites I enjoy just isn’t enough!

Xenorama – Xenorama is “the page of heroes and monsters,” along with an amazing article about an alternate version of The War of the Gargantuas.

Side Order of Ninjas – Funny and entertaining reviews of strange and amazing films.

Hauntcast – The internet’s premier online radio station for home haunters and Halloween enthusiasts.

Grindhouse Database – The cult movie community’s answer to the Internet Movie Database.

Weird NJ – Strange destinations and urban legends from New Jersey.

Home Haunt News – News and reviews no haunter should be without!

alt.horror.cthulhu – One of the few newsgroups out there that has regular, non-spam activity.

Skook – Tons of great artwork, including modernized (but faithful) renditions of Paul Blaisdell creations.

Tomb It May Concern – If Yor Week isn’t enough to convince you to read this, I don’t know what will.

Tough To Kill – An amazing look at European action flicks by Paul Cooke and the owner of the above site.

Home Haunter’s Haven – The name says it all.

The Laughing Reindeer – Back in the day, there used to be a website called “Monster Shindig” that reviewed horror movies, roadside attractions and the like. Although it died, one of its creators set up this blog. Did I mention that he was one of the people responsible for Carnivore?

Monster Shindig – I found this while looking for information about the now-defunct monstershindig.com. It’s not related, but still seems cool.

3B Theater – Any bad movie review site inspired by Strange Brew is okay with me!

AV Maniacs – Formerly “DVD Maniacs.” Great reviews and an even greater forum!

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More Fiends of the Local

Links *I* Like

As a sequel of sorts to an earlier post by Weird Jon, I thought I would compile a list of websites I enjoy. Well, with the exception of the ones already listed on the sidebar…

Cold Fusion Reviews – One of my favorite bad movie review websites. I love the comments given by the Hieratic Head of Ezra Pound at the end of each review.

Digital Monster Island – The best place to go for reviews of giant monster movies on DVD.

Squonkamatic’s IMDB and Amazon reviews – Interesting reviews from one of my Latarnia forum pals.

British Horror Movies – “Dey’re Briddish movies – I can tell by de way dey tawk!”

Sci-Fi Japan – Incredibly in-depth reviews and news on all things Japanese science fiction and horror. The articles on the Ultraman and Space Giants legal controversies are must-reads!

The HMA – The HMA, or Halloween Mask Association, has an amazing gallery of monster masks.

Haunted Attraction Magazine – The online version of the famous haunted house/hayride/etc. magazine. Includes free article uploads!

Hauntworld – Another great magazine devoted to haunted attractions. This site holds a special place in my heart due to it having the the article that inspired my user name.

Grindshow.com – Sideshow gaff (prop) manufacturer Doug Higley’s website, complete with pictures and user testimonials. The “atomic fish” is very similar to the “atomic mystery monster” attraction noted above.

Cinematic Treasures – A website devoted to the noble goal of preserving classic movie theaters.

MonsterTalk – At long last, a skeptical cryptozoology podcast!

Orgone Research – Don’t let the name fool you, this website has nothing to do with serious research of that junk science. Instead, it offers a variety of articles and musings by my JREF forum buddy Matt Crowley. The debunking of so-called “Bigfoot dermal ridges” is not to be missed.

Dr.Hermes Reviews and Retro-Scans Daily – The good doctor offers a wide variety of movie and literary reviews, including plenty of horror stuff (of course) on his website, while his Livejournal offers scans of posters, covers, ads, and more!

Atomic Monsters – No, this didn’t make the list due to the name. The clever, well-written reviews are what won me over. Fast connection speeds and Flash are a must for viewing the site.