A writer of horror stories is invited to a "monster club" by a mysterious old gentleman. There, three gruesome stories are told to him; between each story some musicians play their songs.
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You'll meet some interesting people and hear some great songs at The Monster Club.
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Information about the upcoming release was covered in American publications like "Famous Monsters of Filmland," but the film never secured theatrical distribution in the United States. Instead the movie was sold for regional television airings in 1982 and it eventually surfaced on a home video hosted by Cassandra Peterson
(Elvira) in 1985. In the UK, the movie attained a limited theatrical release. See more
Can we truly call this a monster club if we do not boast amongst our membership a single member of the human race?
On the soundtrack listing, the track "Ghouls Galore" the performer, keyboardist Alan Hawkshaw
, is credited as "John Hackshaw". See more
There are slight differences between the ThrillerVideo VHS release hosted by Elvira and the subsequent HD print. Throughout the three story segments, occasionally shots begin or end a few seconds sooner, which results in the Elvira version running 21 seconds shorter than the Scorpion Blu-Ray, despite technically including extra footage. The only noteworthy deviation comes at the end of "The Vampires;" the Elvira version is missing Busotsky's Father's final utterance ("Oh, we're a happy family!"). Additionally, during "The Humgoo," a blue filter was utilized for the VHS transfer to give the appearance of eternal night in Loughville. See more
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