SCREAMING AT HORROR COMICS!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! We’ve been proponents of comics for as long as we can remember and are thrilled the rest of the world has finally caught up with givin’ them the recognition they deserve as a respectable outlet of literature. Course this has backfired somewhat, ’cause the same pretentious folks who were snobs about the artistic merit of comics are now oversaturatin’ comics’ fan base as born again funny book supporters, which kind of robs comics of their attraction a little, you know? It’s like havin’ a favorite cult film. It’s a cult film because only a few sickos with warped minds find any joy in watchin’ and celebratin’ entertainment the mainstream audience deems trash. But overtime, these trashy flicks gain traction thanks to video releases, cable broadcasts, and websites, and suddenly your outsider quirks for wearin’ Evil Dead 2 t-shirts or havin’ Big Trouble in Little China up poster on your wall don’t seem all that special anymore. But don’t get us wrong. Popularity in the mainstream means companies and studios will happily pump out more stories of our favorite monsters and psycho slashers for a buck, and the fast track for meetin’ these demands are typically comics.

Over the years, we have made it our business to hunt down the complete run of comics related to our favorite series of horror flicks. You name it, we more than likely have it. Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Halloween, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Child’s Play, Fright Night, and even the coveted and super rare copy of Phantasm: Overminds, the first and last time we pay more than $20 for a single funny book. The only exception we make for collectin’ these are the direct comic adaptations of movies themselves. They can give ya insight for how a movie might have played out if there was no such thing as a budget, but why do I want a comic when I already have the movie, you know?

This is a tradition that continues today with more companies than ever willin’ to license old movies for rag picture books, and we keep track of our favorite titles issue for issue at our Sequential Slime blog. For fun, we thought we’d clue you in to what’s recently come out and sum up our thoughts on them.

BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA

Based on one of Carpenter’s zaniest flicks, this is an impressive series that’s yet to produce a bad issue. Jack Burton continues his Asian themed adventures with most the original characters from Big Trouble in Little China which includes a resurrected Lo Pan as the regular baddie out for revenge. With Carpenter guidin’ the stories, the series is full of humor, action, character, and charm as Jack drives his truck to hell and back fightin’ supernatural spooks, booger beasts, apocalyptic demons, and even Snake Plissken!

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Putrid polecats! Adam Green’s retro lovin’ gore trilogy ’bout a swamp slasher literally tearin’ folks apart makes for great popcorn flicks, but its first swing at bein’ a comic leaves a lot to be desired. The story is so-so ’bout college filmmakers makin’ a horror movie at Victor Crowley’s ol’ stompin’ ground, but the art is damn near detestable with it lookin’ rushed and half assed by the second issue. We’d only recommend this series to the die-hard fans.

ASH VS THE ARMY OF DARKNESS

Runnin’ strong after more than a decade in a consistently published comic series, we have a love/hate relationship with Dynamite’s stories of Ash’s continuin’ fight against the Deadites. More often than not, the series has been cannibalizin’ Sam Raimi’s movies from its plots to its one liners, resultin’ in an inbred product that rarely dares to take Ash and the series in new directions. The latest five issue mini, Ash vs The Army of Darkness, ain’t all bad with some new lore and villains added to the series as Ash goes undercover at a school infested with Deadites, but it still leaves a lot to be desired. As a side note, avoid the latest AOD/Xena crossover “Forever . . . And A Day” like a boonies proctologist with used tongs. Worst AOD story EVER published to paper!

THE HOWLING

A truer sequel to the original Joe Dante flick than Howling II: . . . Your Sister’s A Werewolf, these comics pick up after Dee Wallace is put down on live television and follows Marsha Quist as the movie’s lone survivin’ werewolf on a killin’ spree for magic that will give her control over a bunch of zombie werewolves. This is a very so-so series. It’s well made, but we think the artist needs to up the gore, and the writer should mesh Marsha’s story more with Chris’s (Dee’s coworker who shoots her on TV and is on the run from the government wantin’ to shut him up ’bout the existence of werewolves).

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This is the best movie tie in comic on the rack today, Scream Freaks! Comin’ to the end of its licensin’ contract, Action Labs is wrappin’ up an amazin’ run of stories that not only bring back Full Moon Empire’s killer splinters but manages to cleverly cover up a lot of the movies’ plotholes. Brilliantly written, full of gory action, and thankfully brings the puppets back to modern times for more adventures that include some of our favorite characters from the first six flicks. We cannot recommend this one enough before its gone!

And there you have it, Scream Freaks. Some of today’s horrific titles we’re keepin’ track of for better or worse, and you can keep tabs on it all by checkin’ in on our blog, Sequential Slime.

And for those Scream Queen aficionados, we’re still celebratin’ B-Queen Sybil Danning all this month as our Howlin’ Hottie of the Week, which is the first time we’ve ever spotlighted the same horror honey for four consecutive weeks. This week we’re enjoyin’ her glam warrior outfit from Howling II which is a hoot of a commonly bashed flick with her playin’ a orgy lovin’ werewolf employin’ midget henchmen to stop Christopher Lee from killin’ her. Most remembered for her topless shirt rippin’ scene that’s replayed 17 times in the movie! Be sure to check more out the next couple of weeks, and let us know what your favorite Sybil flick is.

Other than that, be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our video channels, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail comin’.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns currently playin’ on Beta Max TV and Sluggo’s The Vortexx!

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

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SCREAMING AT TV SHOWS!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! With our current flings into streaming television broadcasts thanks to The Vortexx and Beta Max TV, we realized y’all might be interested in hearin’ our two cents on somethin’ we never talk about, and that’s TV! We talk and bitch about movies all day, but what TV shows grab the attention of your favorite team of animated horror hosts? What programs have the power to possess us to return to the boob tube each week in anticipation of a good time? Well, we’ll tell ya.

Focusin’ on newer shows that are currently runnin’, we watch our fair share of super dupers and comedies, but there’s lots of horror themed shows out there we regularly tune into.

One show we’ve watched since the beginnin’ is American Horror Story. Thought the first season with the haunted house was neat. Could care less about the asylum in season 2 because it felt like everything and the kitchen sink was thrown into the story without a satisfying wrap-up. Loved season 3 with the witches, and season 4’s freaks offered a lot of wonderfully disturbin’ stories we highly relished. The hotel in season 5 was an awesome settin’ but the story kind of got a little scattered at times. And finally, this past season with the reality show/documentary theme was a little bit of a miss for us, but only because we felt there were more lackluster episodes than usual in this season. Lookin’ forward to the next season that’s rumored to merge stories from past seasons.

It took us ’til season 2 to get on the band wagon, but we are regular viewers of The Walking Dead, and usually watch Talking Dead right after. It’s amazin’ how far this show has come along with its gore and characters and even more amazin’ how hooked we still are as the show switches gears more than ever with zombie apocalypse survivors goin’ to war with each other more than with the zombies. As long as Rick ain’t killed, we’re good with whoever they add to the body count. Mandy’s gettin’ real upset about the addition of the tiger though . . .

We did check out that Dead of Summer show on Freeform, about teen counselors encounterin’ supernatural prophecies at their summer camp. It was pretty good. Some cool deaths, Tony Todd plays a ghost, and it has a scary enough story about demons, slashers, and cults with some ’80s nostalgia to sweeten the show, but we weren’t completely sold on the cast of teens and some of the surprise twists got confusin’ plot wise.

Mandy’s always declarin’ MTV’s Teen Wolf is the new Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Funny thing is, though, it’s the sidekick, Stiles, we’ve become the biggest fans of, and he’s got zero monster powers! Fun and full of monsters, the only problem we ever had with this show is it always seems to be tryin’ to tell more than one crazy story at a time, makin’ it easy to get lost in some pretty complex plots and lose track of characters comin’ and goin’ for reasons we entirely forget. Sad to see it leave the airwaves this year.

Lastly, the one show we can’t get enough of, which is a testament to the show’s writers and cast, is Supernatural. Holy shit, 12 seasons and running, Sam and Dean Winchester haven’t lost a beat as two brothers beating almost every horror imaginable from small town vampires to world threatening gods and even Death himself! Skeptical viewers didn’t think the show could keep raisin’ the bar after the boys from Kansas defeated the devil by Season 5, but the show did just that and never lost our interests or loyalty as viewers. Sam and Dean have been so developed by this point, we would happily watch a whole episode if it were nothin’ but them drivin’ around shootin’ the shit. That’s a powerful show for that reason alone, and really deserves a lot more cinematic recognition for all it’s achieved over the years.

Syfy’s Face-Off is a favorite among us here as well. The format gets a little old at times, but that doesn’t rob those awesome moments when special effect wizards show what they got and make us gasp or cringe. It’s especially fun to talk with the contestants through Twitter after a show.

And we’re absolutely watchin’ Ash vs Evil Dead! This was the best decision to bring Ash back with a TV show instead of a movie, because it truly keeps the gravy train goin’ for us Bruce Campbell fans with long-term adventures produced year round. We think season 1 moved a little slowly with the show findin its pace and character, rehashin’ some of the same ol’ same ol’, but season 2 has proven to be everythin we hoped the show could be, and we’re lovin’ it!

We don’t want this entry to run too long, so that’s pretty much it! Now, you know what we’re watchin’! So, the next time you catch any of these shows, those goosebumps on your arms probably means we’re watchin’ them with you from somewhere. Feel free to share any thoughts or opinions you have on any of these shows with us through the site here or hit us up on our social media!

Be sure to catch up on all past Screaming Soup! Seasons, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films and comics we’re checkin’ out in our blogs, R-Rated Reviews and Sequential Slime, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Warm up some Screaming Soup! leftovers with reruns currently scheduled to play on Beta Max TV ( Sat. 2/4/17 @ 9pm EST) and Sluggo’s The Vortexx (Sun. 2/5/17 @ sometime from 10:30-11pm EST)!

If you need the hook-up with instant Troma and Full Moon movies, we’d suggest watching Troma’s films at Troma Now and their Youtube channel, and you can get full access to Full Moon’s catalog of work from their movies to their Videozone clips at Full Moon Streaming and their Amazon channel.

See ya later, Scream Freaks!

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SCREAMING AT FROGS AND SQUIRM!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Time to peel your eyelids back and take in the unholy glory that is Screaming Soup! as we hurl up the next exciting episode continuing the Buzzkill’s Revenge saga. Yessir, this episode’s packed with mecha-devil bull rides, lover’s spat, vision quests, drunken rage, Graboids, frogs, and worms! All for your squeamish pleasure . . .

This time ’round, we’re reviewing a double feature of 2 nature gone bad flicks from the ’70s, Frogs (starring Sam “Dodge Ram” Elliot) and Squirm. We can’t remember what exactly motivated us to review these 2 lackluster films to begin with, but each certainly offers up its own form of B-grade entertainment for us to riff on. Or should we say for Billy and Tequila Worm to riff on! That’s right, these 2 Screaming Soup! alum get their 15 seconds of fame as guest hosts filling in, and we think they did a pretty awesome job at it! Just watch the new episode below and see fer yourself!

Other than that, be sure to catch up on Screaming Soup! Seasons 1-2 after watching the latest Season 3 episodes, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, read recent reviews for the newer horror films we’re watching in our R-Rated Reviews blog, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

I’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT OVERSEXED RUGSUCKERS FROM MARS!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Today is the dawn of an all new season, and we’re kicking it off with one of the most disappointing finds we’ve ever had the misfortune of stumbling across, Oversexed Rugsuckers From Mars! Putrid polecats, this is one stinker that’s really overlooked when horror fans debate the worst of the worst out there, and we’re happy to bring it to everyone’s attention as something that’s so bad it’s awful! We’re still at a loss why a national hero like Drive-In critic Joe Bob Briggs gave it such high praise with 3/4 stars, but maybe he can tell us one day.

You’ll also notice we got ourselves a story arc happening now with your favorite animated horror host finding himself without his favorite table, and it’s gonna take all season for him to fight for it back from Buzzkill and his monster misfits you may recognize from Robot Monster, It! Conquered the World, and From Hell it Came. As the season progresses, you’ll be shown new corners of the Howl-Inn Grub and Spirits, and even get to see what’s out in the interdimensional Crosslands as the stakes get higher and Deadwest‘s troubles get worse. It’s going to be a blast of a year, and it all starts with Oversexed Rugsuckers From Mars below!

Be sure to catch up on Screaming Soup! Seasons 1-2 after watching the latest episode, check out this week’s Howl’n Hottie, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

I’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT THE ORIGINAL EVIL DEAD ARTIST, TOM SULLIVAN!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! Christmas is still a little ways off, but we want to give you fans an early gift this holiday season. We previously mentioned we were working on a very special artist spotlight for the Graphic Headstone blog, and that interview is now complete and approved by the artist himself for public consumption. For our final Graphic Headstone entry for 2015, we proudly present the original artist of the Evil Dead series since ground zero, Tom Sullivan!

For those who don’t know, Tom was the creative whirlwind behind the art, special effects, and stop-motion animation of the original Evil Dead film, and its short film predecessor, Within the Woods. He continued working on effects in Evil Dead 2 and Army of Darkness, and has had varying levels of involvement with later incarnations of the Evil Dead series.

We first met Tom years ago when he caught us selling self-made copies of his Necronomicon book from Evil Dead 2 online. Amazed one of Evil Dead’s most legendary names was contacting us directly, we of course complied with his demands to cease and desist further infringement on his copyrighted work immediately. Flattered by our respect for his wishes and impeccable duplication of his book, Tom asked to do a trade. For a copy of our Necronomicon knock-off, he mailed us a packet slammed with art prints and copies of his short lived comic, Tom Sullivan’s Books of the Dead: Devilhead, and even invited us to meet him at an upcoming horror convention. Without hesitation, we drove like crazed fan boys and met this living legend in person. Tom is a very nice and easy guy to speak with. He showed us his collection of fan-made Necronomicons he showcases at conventions (ours included), let us hold and look through the ORIGINAL Necronomicon from the first film, and introduced us to all the filmmakers at the convention including Roy Frumkes who gave us a free signed DVD of Street Trash. It was a very memorable experience and is what helped jumpstart our career paths in horror entertainment.

So, whether you’re an Evil Dead fan or just a lover of horror and art, click HERE and read our interview with one of horror’s most memorable artists. You’ll read some Evil dead stories, what Tom’s been doing since Evil Dead, see a lot of really cool Cthulhu art, and learn about a recent documentary that was released about Tom which you can watch the trailer for below.

Enough Evil Dead rambling already! Be sure to catch up on Screaming Soup! Seasons 1-2 before the premier of Season 3 1/20/16, and help us get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror host show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

I’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks!

SCREAMING AT HALLOWEEN 2015!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks and Happy Halloween! This has been one crazy month with our first attempt at publishing daily videos and blogs to celebrate the premier of Bruce Campbell’s “Ash VS Evil Dead” on Starz Halloween night, but we feel it was worth it. Some dedicated Bruce Campbell fans got to enjoy the highlights of his career everyday this month, we made some people laugh, and even got a positive tweet from the King himself saying, “Let’s do this,” when tagging him in our promo for dedicating this Halloween to the King of B. Then there’s the daily pumpkin spice blog, this year’s Halloween Eeeh!-Card, the season 2 finale with the Ghouligans, etc., etc.

But now Halloween is here, and we’re just chilling. Sure, we’re still wrapping up production for Screaming Soup! Season 3 (premiering 1/20/16), drawing up more promotional art, editing together special advertising vids, and prepping for Season 4 but we think we can take a breather for the holiday. Yup, we’re just going to attend our favorite annual haunt this time of year, pop open a cold one and watch the Simpsons Treehouse of Horrors marathon on FXX while digging into bowls of candy and plates of bat wings and witch fingers.

Other than that, check out all our Bruce Campbell vids from “Bruce VS” to “Bruce Takes It In The Face”, and the popular “Tribute to Bruce Campbell” vid, learn about everything that now comes in pumpkin spice in “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin,” and send someone special a Halloween Eeeh!-Card this holiday. And of course, play any and all of Screaming Soup! Seasons 1-2 this Halloween, no matter where you are and help get the word out about the web’s #1 animated horror show! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

So, a happy and safe Halloween to all you Scream Freaks out there. May your costumes be fun and slutty, your parties never be forgotten, and your cars be vomit free by the end of the night. I’ll see ya later, Scream Freaks!

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SCREAMING AT THE SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE SERIES!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks and Happy Early Halloween w/ our season 2 finale! It’s been an amazing season this year, and we’re wrapping it up with a half hour Mega review of the classic Slumber Party Massacre series from Roger Corman! Mecha-bull riding, bobbing for grenades, hottie contest, pumpkin carving . . . we blow this party out like none other!

Everyone from seasons past are invited and even some new lovely faces make an appearance, but we’re most stoked about the special guests of the night, the Ghouligans! Despite their recent retirement from the horror entertainment business after 10 years, they were cool enough to dust off the fangs and capes to humble us with a cameo that’s like no other Ghouligans performance seen before (because its animated, duh). We’re happy to have connected with this stellar group and hope to work together again in the near future. Despite them closing up shop, you can still dig up their work for some howling entertainment at their website and/or Youtube channel!

Now, just because we won’t be back with more Screaming Soup! episodes until Jan’16, doesn’t mean this site will be abandoned till then. We’ll actually be spending the off season adding more cool interviews with hot artists to our Graphic Headstone blog and giving you more updates on what to expect in the upcoming season 3!

Other than that, keep checking back here every day for more “Bruce Campbell VS” and “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin,” which will continue through Halloween, send someone special a Halloween Eeeh!-Card this holiday, see the latest screen shots added to the gallery from this episode, and be sure to catch up on all the latest Screaming Soup! episodes before starting Season 3 this coming January. Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

SCREAMING AT BRUCE CAMPBELL’S DEATH REEL AND THE GHOULIGANS!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks!

Wow! Halloween is almost here and there’s so much going on it’s nuts! First off, in response to our excitement over the all new Ash VS Evil Dead TV series premiering 10/31/15 on the Starz network, we’re still continuing our month long celebration of Bruce Campbell with daily “Bruce VS” vids in all their video game parody glory, a tribute video highlighting the King of B’s 30+ years in acting, and an all NEW Bruce Campbell Death Reel countdown with our favorite death being the one that made us laugh the hardest! We’re also continuing our 31 days of Pumpkin Spice hell with “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin,” and drew up an all NEW Screaming Soup! Halloween Eeeh-Card! for this year!

Lot to take in, right? But there’s more! For those who didn’t read the blog last week, we’re having some special guests briefly bounce back from retirement to make a cameo in the Season 2 finale of Screaming Soup!, the Ghouligans! These guys have been rocking and howling the west coast for the last 10 years (Click HERE for their Youtube channel), but sadly hung up their capes and fangs just a few months ago. Luckily, the magic of animation can’t be denied and they were more than happy to attend our Halloween blowout! Extreme pumpkin carving, Halloween hottie contests, bobbing for grenades, mechanical devil bull riding, and all while reviewing the Slumber Party Massacre Series! It’s going to be a treat for all Scream Freaks and Ghouligan fans alike!

Other than that, keep checking back here every day for more “Bruce Campbell VS” and “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin,” and be sure to catch up on all the latest Screaming Soup! episodes so far for season 2 before seeing the season finale 10/20/15 with special guests, the Ghouligans (www.theghouligans.com)! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

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SCREAMING AT BRUCE CAMPBELL WITH A TRIBUTE VIDEO!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! October been fun for ya yet? Seen Eli Roth’s Green Inferno or picked up the new Trick ‘r Treat comic? Or more importantly, have you been enjoying our chuckle inducing “Bruce Campbell VS” videos? Better be, because with the excitement building for the premier of the all new Ash VS Evil Dead on the Starz network Halloween night, we’re continuing our celebration of the king of B everyday this month!

When you stop to think about it, what does it take to be the king of B movies? Most of us have this narrow perception of Bruce Campbell’s cult status based solely on his involvement in the Evil Dead franchise, with respectable nods to his others works like Xena: Warrior Princess, The Adventures of Brisco County Jr., and Bubba Ho-Tep. but these are just 4 roles he’s played out of 100+ credits!

Bruce was fortunate enough to play more than one memorable character that immortalizes him in comics, action figures, video games, art, and fan favorite countdowns till the end of days, but its the entirety of his diverse work that truly earns him the credit as the king of the B movies. For the last 30 years, he’s played a baby snatching demon, been killed by cyborgs on the moon, fought Napoleon as a 19th century superhero, liberated slaves from alien oppression, battled Angus Scrimm into a meat grinder, raced Herbie the Lovebug to a photo finish . . . the list goes on and on! With Bruce returning to the role that first made him a star, we took it upon ourselves to celebrate his amazing career in movies with this edition of Screaming Tribute!

The video below contains at least one clip from nearly every piece of cinematic work Bruce has performed in. You’ll see shots from his humble Super-8 beginnings all the way to the blockbusters he stars in today. We even included clips from the cartoons and video games he’s humorously voiced as well as commercials he hammed up. We only left out his Coen brother appearances where he was barley seen in the backgrounds, voice over work that didn’t have enough (if any) of his appearance, and only a handful of obscure movies and TV shows that most aren’t even aware of.

Other than that, keep checking back here every day for more “Bruce Campbell VS” and “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin,” and be sure to catch up on all the latest Screaming Soup! episodes so far for season 2 before seeing the season finale 10/20/15 with special guests, the Ghouligans (www.theghouligans.com)! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

Bruce Campbell filmography included in this tribute:

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SCREAMING AT BRUCE CAMPBELL AND PUMPKIN SPICE!

Howdy there, Scream Freaks! It’s been a whole year, but the season to be eerie is finally here! Stock up on the candy, plan an award winning costume, watch more horror movies than usual, and decorate your home until it looks like the undead moved in. Ah, Halloween is certainly a joyous time. What could make it better?

How about Bruce Campbell returning to the role that made him a cult star in “Ash VS Evil Dead” on the Starz network? Finally! After years of commercial build-up, knock off remakes, and fantasy superhero flicks with spy shows putting this hit horror series on the back burner, we once again get to see Ash Williams blow away deadites while dishing t-shirt one liners every which way!

But the new show doesn’t premier until Halloween night, so what are we going to do until then? Watch the same Evil Dead movies over and over again like we’ve already done for the last 20+ years? Hell no! These gorefest flicks made Bruce a star, but it was his long diverse career in film that made him the king of the B movies. He’s been to the moon, died as a cartoon, fought time travelers in the old west, wrestled the president of the united states, etc. Bruce has seen a lot, done a lot, and fought a lot of things over the decades, and we want to celebrate these moments in a crazy fun way like only Screaming Soup! can.

Everyday this month, we’re celebrating the king of the B movies with videos that’ll highlight his greatest moments in B movie history with a fun series we’re calling “Bruce Campbell VS.” By the end of the month you will have seen Bruce’s greatest battles, his greatest defeats, and most embarrassing moments as presented in video arcade glory. This will be a fun trip down memory lane for some Bruce fans and a great way to introduce his more obscure work to others.

We’ve also notice the pumpkin spice craze this season and have been appalled at some of the weirdest things companies have been adding this particular flavor to. For fun, we’re also posting a daily blog called “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin” which will share some of your favorite products that have fallen to this disgusting demand.

The first posts for “Bruce Campbell VS” and “Mandy’s I Can’t Believe They Have Pumpkin” are below, and are the first of many to come this month, all the way through Halloween. Enjoy!

Other than that, be sure to catch up on all the latest Screaming Soup! episodes so far for season 2! Please use our social buttons in the upper right corner of the site and follow our tweets, subscribe to our Youtube channel, like our Facebook, watch and share all our vids, and keep that fan mail coming.

That’s pretty much it for now, so I’ll see ya’ later Scream Freaks!

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