Thursday, July 3, 2008

Terror in the Wax Museum (TRAILER)

So much terror! Rated PG.

10 comments:

joe bloke said...

ahahahahaha! mind out! lucrezia borgia's got a cup!!

Kitty LeClaw said...

Bluebeard scares the Hell out of me, too!

Anonymous said...

JUST WEHN I THINK I'VE SEEN THEM ALL! MILLAND, CARRADINE AND LANCHESTER??? HOW DID I EVER MISS THIS ONE?

Todd Franklin said...

Gotta love anything related to Wax Museums! Have you been to the Laclede's Landing Wax Museum? I found it open back in early March. I'll post photos of the Chambers of Horrors this October.

Karswell said...

>Have you been to the Laclede's Landing Wax Museum?

Haven't been in years Todd, in fact, until you just mentioned it I totally forgot St Louis even had a wax museum. Since the casinos took over the Landing nobody goes down there anymore really, it used to be the hub bub nightclubbing area, now it's all just old folks shuffling down to blow their social security checks. There used to be a vintage video game arcade / museum on the Landing too, guess I need to check it out and see if that stuff is still open.

Dr.Phibes said...

I do remember a wax museum in Hollywood. Man, was that disappointing.

Karswell said...

>wax museum in Hollywood. Man, was that disappointing.

Dr Phibes is right, the Hollywood Wax Museum is one of the absolute worst wax museums ever... the figures are barely even recognizable to who they're supposed to be. If they weren't wearing some easily identifiable costume from a hit movie you'd never know you were looking at Eddie Murphy or Marilyn Monroe. "Disappointing" is actually too kind of a word for that tourist trap crap hole...

Dane said...

You guys have a wax museum? God, Columbus is so lame.

What the hell is Elsa Lanchester doing in this?

Karswell said...

>What the hell is Elsa Lanchester doing in this?

Obviously paying her bills any way possible Dane! Sliding around the TV arena and live action Disney films of the 60's Elsa finally found a minor resurge in the early 70's in the horror genre again with lower budget but still enjoyable films like Terror in the Wax Museum, and of course Willard, as well as the very underrated horror comedy Arnold from '73. And let's not forget her superb role in the Green Fingers episode of Night Gallery! One of my favorites!

Dane said...

I figured it had to be all about paying the rent! And don't forget the classic "Murder by Death" in her later credits.