A mousy librarian inherits her father's beloved but failing old movie house. In order to save the family business she discovers her inner serial killer - and a legion of rabid gore fans - ... See full summary »
Earlene arrives at Venice Beach after running away from an estranged lover, only to become fast friends with an Australian skater who is also lost. Together, they set out into the desert to find themselves.
When her great aunt dies, famous horror hostess Elvira heads for the uptight New England town Falwell to claim her inheritance of a haunted house, a witch's cookbook and a punk rock poodle.... See full summary »
Larry Flash Jenkins
Set back in 1851 in the Carpathia Mountains of Romania, Elvira the Mistress of the Dark" en route to Paris with her maidservant Zou Zou for a can-can revue, stop for the night at a haunted ... See full summary »
An anthology of 4 short horror/macabre poems, narrated by Elvira (Mistress of the dark), Clive Barker (creator of Hellraiser, Nightbreed, candyman) Adam Baldwin (Firefly, serenity, chuck, ... See full summary »
In this MST3K homage, the hostess of the show captures a bunch of square and typical movie goers to sit down and watch some of the world's most infamous and obscure B-movies. The hostess ... See full summary »
A couple of months ago, I was watching Elvira's "Movie Macabre" from the 80's on hulu, and anyway I remember last Sunday night when I saw this thinking something like; Man... the way this was filmed sure looks modern for the 80's... and I don't remember the setup being like this...
And I remembered also on hulu watching a show called "The next Elvira" or something, and I said to myself, well if this was filmed now... is this the next Elvira...? She sure looks like Elvira, and acts, and talks like her... so given that... I didn't get it... so I came on here, and to my shock this was a 2010 series (rather than a late 80's rerun), and it IS Cassandra! That's awesome! Geez I have never seen a celeb who retained her feminine beauty like Elvira has, I mean... I have seen some who look *almost* like they used to, but this is the first time I've seen a celeb who still looks *exactly* like she did in every conceivable way... LOL... Man, I'm so glad it was her and not someone new - no one could ever replace the real Elvira on her own show.
Anyway, her wit can sure still make watching good/bad "B" movies better, and even the bad, bad "B" movies good, given the bursts of laughter that came to me right out of the blue while watching; one of my favs is the part where she speaks with the chars in the movie via phone etc... it's edited in such a way that it looks so realistic, a la "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" esquire. Another interesting aspect to the show, is finding out various "B" movies even an avid "B" movie fan has never heard of...
In short, it was just great to see this on the air again! Anyway... see you guys later! - Jimmy in N.GA
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