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This is an interesting place to visit, but I wouldn't want to live here. Clip taken from "Attack Of The Giant Leeches": http://www.archive.org/details/cco_attackofthegiantleeches

When time stands still the one thing to fear...is yourself. Visit the site at: www.limbomovie.com

A live tv production of Frankenstein from the anthology series Tales of Tomorrow. Legend has it that Lon Chaney Jr. (playing the monster) was unaware that it wasn't a rehearsal, so rather than break up props as planned, he simply put them down. While he certainly does some odd things with the chairs and appears to ask a question to somebody off stage (at 12:04), he does break up some props, and certainly isn't the only one flubbing (or was 'elictricigate' a word in the day of Mary Shelley?) More info at the imdb.

Attack of the Flesh-Eating Subterranean Bog-Monster from the Center of the Earth and Beyond the Moon: Apocalyptic Revenge! is a spoof of old 1950's sci-fi/horror films. It tells the story of an accident in the lab of "The Professor" when his cat is transformed into an evil bog-monster that is eating the people of the town. Can the professor defeat him.....with science?

A young woman becomes the eighth wife of the wealthy Bluebeard, whose first seven wives have died under mysterious circumstances. Director: Georges Méliès Writers: Georges Méliès (adaptation), Charles Perrault (fairy tale) Stars: Georges Méliès, Jeanne d'Alcy and Bleuette Bernon Lord Bluebeard is looking for a woman to become his eighth wife, as his first seven wives have all passed away. Many noble families bring their daughters to meet him, but none of the young women want to marry him. Bluebeard's great wealth, however, persuades one father to give his daughter's hand to him.

The Movie the ring is an awsome horror movie, coming soon will be the lego MOVIE!! but for now i have the Trailer

This is a short adventure brickfilm in a wicked setting.

The World's First LEGO® Video Nasty! I can't remember why we decided to make a LEGO horror movie, but some time in 1999 myself, (Tim Drage), and my friend and partner in brickfilm crime Tony Mines, did. I think we were inspired mainly by the aquisition of a LEGO skeleton figure and by the increasing levels of violence and evil in the supposedly war-toy-free LEGO range. So we customised some minifigs, built a rudimentary graveyard from plasticine and card, and using my trusty Super-8 Cine camera and some lovely monochrome stock I had recently purchased, began filming indiscriminitely.

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