Monster of the Day #527 Updated on July 30, 2012 By Ken Begg 16 Comments This scene is quite paneful. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) Monster of the Day #1588 (Jun 21, 2017) Monster of the Day #1587 (Jun 20, 2017) Monster of the Day #1586 (Jun 19, 2017) Monster of the Day #1585 (Jun 16, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Ericb Pitch from the Rob Zombie remake of the Mexican Santa Claus. bgbear_rogerh told you not to feed them after midnight. Flangepart “Stop foggin’ up the glass, ya jerk!” And…minus signs for pupils. Rock Baker Octopus eyes and pointed ears. It’s either a sea monster or a demon. Either way, I’m completely stumped. On a side note, this site has really tested my patience. I detest puns, yet I have great respect for Ken. I’m constantly torn. Gamera977 I’m never understood why if you leave a window half open a monster will keep banging into the closed half instead of going out the open half… cullen_waters If it’s any comfort, I’ve seen the movie in question and I didn’t realize where that capture was from. Ken_Begg C’mon, Beverly Sills told me that joke. Greenhornet Windows 2012 had only one glitch… Ericb “Ya gotta believe me! I was framed!” Flangepart “On tonight’s panel, Glazier to the netherworld Nargathrond the impaler shows us how to install glass made from dammed souls, for only a fraction of the cost of professional damnation.” The Rev. That’s a neat looking demon. What’s this from? Ken_Begg It’s from Raimi’s Drag Me to Hell. Good stuff, it being his riff (not a remake) on the classic Curse of the Demon. The Rev. Ah, I didn’t realize any actual demons like this showed up. Yeah, I noticed the resemblance to that particular beastie. I suppose I should check if this is on Netflix or Hulu or something. I never did catch it, shame on me. Ken_Begg The views of this demon are pretty elliptical. I would again suggest watching Curse of the Demon before watching this; part of the fun is seeing Raimi’s take on similar material. The Rev. Well, I hardly need an excuse to rewatch CotD. I shall keep that in mind before I watch this. Ken_Begg Yes, or Night of the Demon (the British version; a slightly different cut). I wish there were more films like Drag Me to Hell, not straight out remakes, but riffs on previous films, taking elements and going in different directions. The only other film I can think of like that is Miller’s Crossing, which is clearly the Coen Brothers’ take on the French gangster flick Le Doulos.