Monsters Crash the Pajama Party Spook Show Spectacular 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Grab the kids, lower the lights, and turn every night into Halloween with the Monsters Crash the Pajama Party Spook Show Spectacular! It’s a Spookaroo Whoop-de-doo with this Terrorific 3-hour-plus Spooktacular containing everything you need for your very own Spook Party! First, join some terrified teens who spend a night in a haunted house and get spooked by a mad doctor and his ghoulish gang when the Monsters Crash the Pajama Party, a hilarious 1965 theatrical featurette complete with werewolf, gorilla in a fur coat, and goofy gimmick! Then, feel your eyes pop out of their sockets when you check into The Asylum of the Insane, a startling short subject with monsters in 3-D Spookarama (3-D glasses included)! But that’s not all! This scary, screwy, chill-arious fright show includes bonus shorts, Spook Show previews, audio commentaries, How to Put on Your Own Spook Show, music by The Dead Elvi, and much more—plus the bonus feature-length chiller-diller Tormented!
Free 3-D glasses; 2 Audio Commentaries by ghostmasters Philip “Dr. Evil” Morris and Harry “Dr. Jekyl” Wise; Short subjects Don’t Be Afraid, Spook House Ride, Drive-In Werewolf and Chased by Monsters; Horror Home Productions from the 1920s, ‘40s and ‘60s, including London After Midnight, The Mummy, Mr. Hyde and more, with musical accompaniment by the Chiller Theatre house band, The Dead Elvi; Spooky Musical Soundies; Spooks-a-Poppin’ Trailer Show, containing over 45 minutes of rare Spook Show previews including The Great London Ghost Show, Dr. Evil and His Terrors of the Unknown, Dr. Jekyl and his ‘Real Gone’ Weird Show, and many more; Gallery of 300 Spook Show Stills and Exploitation Art; Radio-Spot Rarities; Illustrated essay How to Put on Your Own Spook Show; Secrets of the Spook Show booklet by ghostmaster Jim The Mad Doctor Ridenour; Bonus feature: Musician Richard Carlson is haunted by a ghostly girlfriend in director Bert I. Gordon’s chiller-diller Tormented (1960, 72 min.); plus a special introduction in Hypnoscope will give you the courage to face the terror!