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Florida Horror Host Channel – Peninsula Of Horror

Jan 30th, 2014

  It’s here! The first and only video channel dedicated to Florida Horror Hosts. Dedicated to the memory of Dr. Paul Bearer and Shock Armstrong. Two great Florida Horror Hosts from the past. Tune in to see episodes of full movies by Professor Gillman, Master Vyle, and Doctor Xombie’s shorter episodes. There is a live […]

Filed under: Doctor Xombie, Dr. Paul Bearer News, Horror Bites by Roger L. Boyes Jr.
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STAR TREK – NEMESIS (2002) (A.K.A. Star Trek 10)

Jan 29th, 2014

STAR TREK – NEMESIS (2002) (A.K.A. Star Trek 10) Starring: The Next Generation Crew This is the last ‘Next Gen’ movie. And what a great send off it is. An exciting story with a great villain. This is one of the best of the Star Trek films and probably the second best Next Generation movie […]

Filed under: Horror Bites by Roger L. Boyes Jr.
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Scary Facts About Scary Sid

Jan 26th, 2014

  Here are some scary facts about our fiend Scary Sid: – He is always trying to take over Doctor Xombie’s shows and spot. – He bakes a cake for fiends birthdays and writes “find the toenail.” The secret is that he didn’t put the toenail in the cake, he was pulling your leg. Why […]

Filed under: Ghoul School by Spiderina Spinneratte
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STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE (1980)

Jan 24th, 2014

STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE (1980) Starring: The Original Series Crew The science fiction great. Excellent stories about the human experience mixed in with action and adventure. The human adventure has just begun. The Director’s Edition DVD is a must see. It vastly improves the original theatrical cut and turns it into a whole new […]

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How To Make A Carbon Based Life Form

Jan 19th, 2014

99% of the mass of the human body is made up of only six elements: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, calcium, and phosphorus.      Every organic molecule contains carbon. Since 65-90% of each body cell consists of water (by weight), it isn’t surprising that oxygen and hydrogen are major components of the body.      Now just […]

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Ghoul School Pop-Quiz

Jan 18th, 2014

And who can tell me, which animal did the Egyptians worship?

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SUPERMAN (1978)

Jan 18th, 2014

SUPERMAN (1978) Christopher Reeve brings the comic book character to life in this action packed movie series. Great blend of comedy, adventure, and great performances. Rating:

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SUSPIRIA (1977)

Jan 16th, 2014

SUSPIRIA (1977) Directed by Dario Argento Pretty good scary movie with good music and lots of style. Rating:

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What or who is Curupira?

Jan 13th, 2014

Have you heard of Curupira in Brazilian folklore? This particular folklore was first documented on 1560 by Jose de Anchieta. Curupira means ” Child’s body.”  He is a spirit of nature and a protector of all nature and animals. He is short just like a little boy but his feet are reversed. He has red […]

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Cerberus Facts

Jan 5th, 2014

– Hades’ monstrous hound – Guard of the underworld – He guards the entrance – His job was to devour anyone returning to the living and from humans entering – He has three heads and snakes as tails and mane. – He was born out of the giants Typhoon and Echidna – Hercules had killed […]

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