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Strange Jason

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Name: Strange Jason
Date registered: February 23, 2011

Biography

Out of the two co-founders of Gravediggers Local 16, Strange Jason is certainly the one who is named Jason.

Latest posts

  1. The Autopsies, ‘A Memoir From The Morgue’ — January 18, 2017
  2. Robert Englund Recalls The Phantom Of The Opera – Now Out On Blu-Ray — February 17, 2015
  3. Scream Queens Teaser Trailer — February 14, 2015
  4. Lux, Alice and George — February 4, 2015
  5. Follow up: Thoughts on Ghostbusters — January 30, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Operation Spirit (aka Fuck You, Spirit Halloween) — 6 comments
  2. Straight out of R’lyeh — 5 comments
  3. New Wave Halloween — 3 comments
  4. Haunted Hotsauce Review — 3 comments
  5. R.I.P. X-Entertainment.com (2000-2012) — 3 comments

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Jan 18 2017

The Autopsies, ‘A Memoir From The Morgue’

The Autopsies A Memoir From The Morgue Killyjoy Records 2016 — CLICK HERE TO BUY A Side – “Autopsy” / “Rumble” B Side – “Roswell” Psychobilly has always been best when it is served with a beer and a healthy dose of fun. There’s plenty of fun on A Memoir From The Morgue, the 7” …

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Feb 17 2015

Robert Englund Recalls The Phantom Of The Opera – Now Out On Blu-Ray

  “We shot Phantom at an old studio outside Budapest. Often on the dawn drive through the countryside we would find ourselves behind nineteenth-century oxcarts lit with swinging lanterns making their way to the village market. it was magical and helped get me in character; we weren’t in Kansas anymore.” -Robert England, Hollywood Monster Scream Factory continues …

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Feb 14 2015

Scream Queens Teaser Trailer

Ryan Murphy, creator of Glee and American Horror Story, tweeted the teaser for the upcoming Scream Queens yesterday.   There’s no better day than #FridayThe13th to give you the first teaser for @ScreamQueens! Here you go: http://t.co/OE26pYkitp #screamqueens — Ryan Murphy (@MrRPMurphy) February 13, 2015 According to DreadCentral.com. Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Joe Manganiello, Abigail Breslin, Skyler Samuels, …

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Feb 04 2015

Lux, Alice and George

February 4th is an important day in Horror. We celebrate the birth of two important figures and the passing of another. Today marks the birthdays of both Alice Cooper and George Romero. Two men whose influence is undeniable. Even if you’ve never listened to an Alice Cooper record, one of your favorite artists was likely …

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Jan 30 2015

Follow up: Thoughts on Ghostbusters

In the latest episode of 6ftplus, I rambled a bit about the casting news of the 2016 Ghostbusters movie. Some additional notes: Yes, women have been Ghostbusters but they have been animated. I made note of this as a counterpoint to people who have lost their minds over the idea that somehow, being born without a …

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Oct 30 2014

Help Roz Fight Some Real Horrors This Halloween

We received a letter from a fan of 6ftplus from Roz, who is attempting the admirable goal of raising money to combat Multiple Sclerosis through the SWIM FOR MS campaign with the Multiple Sclerosis Association for America. Roz became a fan of the show back in 2011 and has been following since. She thanked 6ftplus …

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Oct 26 2014

Zacherley and Southern Culture On The Skids dress up as Creedence

Southern Culture On The Skids got a well deserved nod by “Weird” Al Yankovic on his recent no.1 album, ‘Mandatory Fun.’ Al did a SCOTS-style parody, similar to his DEVO-esque “Dare to Be Stupid.” The song “Lame Claim To Fame,” and subsequent video, pay a pastiche homage to the long running trio. I first got …

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Oct 25 2014

Music In Costume: Vincent Price dresses up as Bobby “Boris” Pickett

Vincent Price always had a musical side to him. With that voice and history as a stage actor, it’s not surprising that the man could sing. Most of his singing is a bit of a sprechgesang, or the speak-singing that you can find in any B-52s song. But, when you can get away with that, …

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Oct 23 2014

Music In Costume: Ghost dresses up as Roky Erickson

Thanks to his legacy as an outlaw musician (as well as the stories about his wild persona before he started to properly regulate his mental illness) Roky Erickson has a legion of followers, many of which have done proper tributes to the former 13 Elevators frontman. So picking one was a bit hard – so …

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Oct 22 2014

Music In Costume: The Cramps dress up as The Shades

Yesterday was Lux Interior’s birthday, which seems fitting that the frontman of The Cramps would be born within October. It’s shame he’s no longer around but the legend of both him and the band lives on. Had I known it, this post would have gone up yesterday. The thing with The Cramps is that they …

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Oct 21 2014

Music In Costume: The Coffin Daggers dress up as George Barnes

I hate using the term ‘guitar god’ because it summons ideas of 70’s and 80’s stadium rock. But there are trailblazers that deserve the divine status. And I can’t really say that George Barnes would warrant that because I don’t know his bod of work, but my short research indicates that he was the first …

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Oct 20 2014

Music In Costume: MAN…OR ASTRO-MAN? dresses up as The Ventures

There wasn’t a post yesterday because I’ve been busy with this Holiday season with two additional endeavors. PHANTOM CREEP RADIO is counting down the days until Halloween with the 13 DAYS OF PHANTOM CREEP RADIO. Every day until the 31st, there will be a new half-hour of the madness and mayhem that takes place at …

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Oct 18 2014

Music In Costume: Link Wray dresses up as Neal Hefti

So this guy, Neal Hefti, is known by everyone except no one really knows his name. But he composed one of the most infectous, viral songs in the modern era. NananananananananBATMAN! It’s even spread to dogs. CROSS SPECIES. So this guy, this guy nobody knows, he also wrote the theme music for The Odd Couple. …

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Oct 17 2014

Music In Costume: The Children of the Night dress up as Zacherley

This is from the youtube video: This early MTV style video directed by Bruce Dunn was created by “The Monsters,” aka “The Children of the Night,” and featured Jeffrey Black as Dracula, Richie Stevens as The Wolfman, and George Quintinella as the Hunchback. It played on numerous cable stations, on air locals and eventually USA, …

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Oct 16 2014

Music In Costume: The Fuzztones dress up as Screaming Lord Sutch

I think people compare Screamin’ Lord Sutch to Alice Cooper, since they both came up around the same time in the 60’s/70’s. Still, I think Alice has a little more grit and grossness, whereas Sutch would later go on to politics. Still, his music is seen as an inspiration for the modern mad garage scene, …

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Oct 15 2014

Music In Costume: The Goddamn Gallows dress up as The Mummies

It’s cliche to say “every day is Halloween for The Mummies” since the band performs in costume. But, hey. It’s the Mummies. The Mummies were champions of lo-fi, DIY rock that was meant to kick the listener in the teeth. Fun times. The Goddamn Gallows demonstrate how fluid the psychobilly genre can be. The Goddamn …

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