Friday, November 6, 2015

CREEPBOAT

By now I'm sure everyone has seen the silly/fake "Starring on LOVE BOAT" photoshop hilarity floating around Facebook and wherever else you boils and ghouls haunt the web. I thought I'd join in the fun with my own monster mash-up featuring my favorite horror movie theme-- CREEPSHOW! Might be even more fun to make a contest out of it-- sooooooo anyone with clever ideas on how the stories from the movie would translate if they actually took place on a cruise ship on the high seas gets themselves a FREE copy of HAUNTED HORROR. Have fun, and extra points awarded for anything that makes me wanna barf overboard!


6 comments:

Craftypants Carol said...

well i think an obvious storyline is that Ed Harris is doing a full on dancing floor show on the Love Boat lounge stage, which involves him dancing around the head cake and the zombie grandpa (I can't remember his name) busts in and kills everyone in the lounge cause he want's his cake. and Ed Harris continues to entertain the crowd as they are being eaten by the zombie grandpa. i know that would take my mind off being eaten alive.

super super fab!!!!!!!! i seriously love this! you did an awesome job!

Karswell said...

Haha, great idea... the ships lounge could definitely use some Ed Harris dance moves to liven things up! 😊 "Don't let go-ohhh..."

Craftypants Carol said...

I could watch him do that dance all night long!

Karswell said...

Yeah, I think Romero could've totally improved on the movie if instead of the marble ashtray making an appearance in each segment, they had someone doing Ed Harris dance moves in each seg instead... example: E. G. Marshall dancing in the last segment to some of his cool big band classics from the juke box

Craftypants Carol said...

i would have been fine with Ed Harris doing a dance cameo in each scene. your idea is good too but i dont know if anyone could come close to his dancing perfection

JMR777 said...

"E. G. Marshall dancing in the last segment to some of his cool big band classics from the juke box"

As soon as I read that I thought of a Night Flight short I had seen many years ago, here is the youtube video, the fun starts at the 4:40 mark

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfG8uq6TwXw