Monster of the Day #754 Updated on August 20, 2013 By Ken Begg 9 Comments Second verse*, same as the first. *This week, anyway. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1696 (Jan 18, 2018) Monster of the Day #1695 (Jan 17, 2018) Monster of the Day #1694 (Jan 16, 2018) Monster of the Day #1693 (Jan 11, 2018) Monster of the Day #1692 (Jan 10, 2018) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Flangepart Ah. Gone from green to red, have we? It’s primary colors week on MoD. Gamera977 Poor monster, someone left it in the water too long and it all shriveled up! Ken_Begg Sure, the California Raisins got fame and wealth from their deal with the Devil, but then the inevitable happened…. Gamera977 AH-HAH, I always suspected that a raisin is an undead grape! Cullen Waters One of the joys of hitting this site is running into Horror/Monster movies I’ve either never heard of before or seeing images from the ones I’ve yet seen. With the number of books on Horror I have, you’d think that be impossible, but ha ha on me. Still without a clue. If this does turn out to be one I’ve seen, I know I’m going to hate myself for it. Sandy Petersen Is it Ghoulies? The Rev. I don’t recall any of the Ghoulies looking like this, and definitely not like yesterday’s creature (assuming it’s from the same movie series, which seems to be hinted at). Maybe it’s Spookies? I haven’t seen it, but I recall from Braineater’s review that there are a menagerie of beasties in that one. I have never seen The Gate and haven’t seen the sequel in a long time, but that’s another possibility. Either way, I’m no longer sure yesterday’s was a zombie movie; that second shot seems to show it as having pointy ears, which I don’t associate with zombies. Ken_Begg Well, it’s a movie you asked me about last week. Sandy Petersen Yesterday’s movie was clearly not Spookies. This one might be.