Monster of the Day #297 Updated on July 26, 2011 By Ken Begg 12 Comments You just couldn’t shut up, could you? Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1593 (Jun 28, 2017) Monster of the Day #1592 (Jun 27, 2017) Monster of the Day #1591 (Jun 26, 2017) Monster of the Day #1590 (Jun 23, 2017) Monster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Ericb I wish my fingerprints had skulls on them. Reed Is this in the wrong place? It’s showing on the “Latest Review” link for me. Ken Begg Ooops! Thanks, Reed. For some reason sometimes the default goes to ‘review’ and I don’t catch it. John Campbell I’m sensing a voodoo theme this week! Ericb Or maybe a whole week of The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake. It’s a great flick so I wouldn’t mind. I can think of at least on more “monster” from the film that Ken can use. roger h I am missing something or this guy seems to be in Torgo territory regarding his level of “monstrosity”. Ken Begg Eric — Yes, but I can’t find an appropriate still, worse the luck. Rock Baker This is about all I remember from the five or so minutes I caught on TNT’s 100% WEIRD in my youth. Man, I really want to see this movie! (Fortunately, I think I’ve heard of a MGM disk on double bill with Karloff’s Voodoo Island. Yipee!) Ericb You’ve heard right. Flangepart I caught this on a tape my friend Doug loaned me. The ‘Son of Ghoul’, Kevin Scarpino did it ‘Cleveland Style’ I.E. Inserting music, SFX and diologue where least expected. You know, like when the hero knocks on a wood door, you hear a doorbell, and vise versa? It’s fun when done well, and Scarpino has gotten am lot of practice at this. Sandy Petersen The Four Skulls of J.D. were featured at the very first T-Fest ever, held in Houston for no good reason. I remember Ken bouncing up and down in his seat with excitement. Ken Begg The Four Skulls of J.D. were featured at the very first T-Fest ever, held in Houston for no good reason. I remember Ken bouncing up and down in his seat with excitement. That’s because I wasn’t sure anyone would like it. (To think my other pick was Secret Agent ’73 and I was worried about Four Skulls!) Luckily, it went over pretty well.