Being that we are mostly confined to our home, it was about time to sign up for the horror and thriller streaming service known as Shudder, by AMC. I've been wanting to sign up for quite some time for, "The Last Drive In with Joe Bob Briggs" alone. What really got me interested was finding out that they have a TV series based on the original Creepshow movies. We binge watched 3 episodes/6 stories tonight and each one of them were very well done and fun to watch.
If you're a fan of the Horror movie genre give Shudder a shot. They have a 7 day free trial if you sign up today. Here's a little tip. If you have Amazon Prime then sign up through them. You'll get a 30 day free trial and can browse the Shudder channel through your Amazon Prime app.
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Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
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Tonight's movie, "Comedy of Terrors." (1963)
Dishonest undertaker Waldo Trumbull and his sidekick Felix Gillie are creating their own customers when they cannot find willing ones.
Tonight's movie, "The Black Sleep." (1956)
Sir Joel Cadman, a mad scientist, kidnaps his victims and cuts open their brains in an effort to discover a means to cure his wife's brain tumor.
Tonight's movie, "The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake." (1959)
Jonathan Drake, while attending his brother's funeral, is shocked to find the head of the deceased is missing. When his brother's skull shows up later in a locked cabinet, Drake realizes an ancient curse placed upon his grandfather by a tribe of South American Jivaro Indians is still in effect and that he himself is the probable next victim. That night he is awakened by the approach of an Indian, his lips sewed together with string, and wielding a curare-tipped bamboo knife.