Monday, July 13, 2009

The Spirit of Ed Wood Blogathon

Blogathon Updates:


Glen or Glenda - Nick at Your Stupid Minds

Hi Ed, it's me Ed - The Temple of Schlock

Future Post on Undefined Date - The Flying Maciste Brothers at Destructible Man

Saluting the Spirit of Ed Wood Blogathon - Pat at Doodad Kind of Town

I Love You, Ted V. Mikels! - Kimberly at Cinebeats

The Monolith Monsters - Ed at Only the Cinema

Meanwhile, One Month Later - Craig at The Deadly Penguins

Plan 9 1/2 - Pax at Billy Loves Stu

Thank you Mr. Wood - Greg at Cinema Styles

A Hurried Feeling Encased in his Groin - Bill at The Kind of Face You Hate

One is always considered MAD... - Professor Brian O'Blivion at The Cathode Ray Mission

Screwy Details in Night of the Ghouls - Erich at Bright Lights After Dark

Orgy - Neil at The Bleeding Tree

Dracula vs. Frankenstein - Pierre at Frankensteinia

Ed Wood, Postmortem - Arbogast at Arbogast on Film

Weiss and Wood: When Fetishes Collide - W.B. at Micro-Brewed Reviews

Robot Monster - Mykal at Radiation Cinema

The Raven/The Invisible Ray - Ed at Only the Cinema

An Artist Trapped in a Hack's Body - Ryan at Medfly Quarantine

José Mojica Marins Meets the Spirit of Ed Wood in the World of Coffin Joe - C. Jerry at Bright Lights After Dark

Mesa of Lost Women - Erich at Acidemic Film

Plan 9 at 50 - Richard Harland Smith at TCM's Movie Morlocks

The Beast of Yucca Flats - Mykal at Radiation Cinema

The Deadly Mantis/The Leech Woman - Ed at Only the Cinema

Ed Wood's Town (L.A. in the fifties - A pictorial tour) - Greg at Cinema Styles

In Defense of Robot Monster - Darrell at Rancid Popcorn

Oh my... - Bill at The Kind of Face You Hate

Larry Cohen's Original Gangstas - Fox at Tractor Facts

Daughter of Horror - Erich at Acidemic Film

She-Demons - Mykal at Radiation Cinema

Domo Arigato Mr. Dennis-O - Greg at Cinema Styles

The Space Amoeba - Bob at Eternal Sunshine of the Logical Mind

Tod Browning Double Feature: Mark of the Vampire/The Devil Doll - Ed at Only the Cinema

This may be scientific, but it's pretty horrible - weepingsam at The Listening Ear

Shocking Facts - Robert Cashill at Between Productions

The Father, the Son and the holy(?) spirit of Ed Wood - Ray at Flickhead

Ed Wood He Wood, or Wood he Woodn't "B" Caught Ed? - The Keeper at Temple of Schlock

Observations of an Ed Wood Ignoramus - Rick at Coosa Creek Cinema

Ghost Train: The Lost Pauline Kael Review of Plan 9 from Outer Space - Chris at The Exploding Kinetoscope

Cult of the Cobra - Ed at Only the Cinema

Ed Wood: How Tim Burton was made into Wood because of Batman and Helped Uncategorized Cinema - Alexander at Comment de Cine

Babes in Arms - Marilyn at Ferdy on Films

Jack Arnold Double Feature: Tarantula/Monster on the Campus - Ed at Only the Cinema

By Any Meager Means Necessary - Greg at Cinema Styles

The Unbroken Dream of Edward D Wood, Jr - Mykal at Radiation Cinema

TCM Underground: Plan 9 from Outer Space - Richard Harland Smith at TCM

Ed Wood: A Neighbor on the Boulevard of Broken Dreams - Doug at Boiling Sand

Ed's Hollywood: Trouble, Problems, Heartaches - Bill at The Kind of Face You Hate

Game On (An Orgy of the Dead picture post) - Arbogast at Arbogast on Film

Creature from the Black Lagoon series - Ed Howard at Only the Cinema

Plan 9 From Outer Space - Robert Ring at The Sci-Fi Block.

The Calamari Wrestler - Peter Nellhaus at Coffee, coffee and more coffee

Sporting Wood - Ray at Flickhead

The Spirit of Ed Wood - Pax Romano at Billy Loves Stu

Ed Wood related images all week by Pierre at Monster Crazy

Wood Before Cable - Erich at Acidemic Film

In Defense of Ed Wood - Greg at Cinema Styles


The Heartwarming Arthropod of the Baskervilles

Changing the Name of the Turd


Fever Night aka Band of Satanic Outsiders at the New Beverly Cinema, Friday July 24th, Midnight Showing.


Arbogast said...

First comment! That never happens anymore!

Ed Howard said...

Wow, you've already got a lot of activity. This promises to be a busy week.

Here's my first post, on the Creature From the Black Lagoon films.

Greg said...

First comment! That never happens anymore!

It's the magic of Ed Wood!

Greg said...

Thanks Ed, let me post the link. I've got to head out for a bit but I'll read it as soon as I'm back.

bill r. said...

My post is up.

Arbogast said...

Bill, was it the nudes on my site?

bill r. said...

That, and the memories of Tanna that Greg has stirred up.

Marilyn said...

Well, I picked my film and it's not by Ed Wood. It's by Busby Berkeley.

Pax Romano said...

I did a small posting over at the TCM Classic Film Union about the blogathon - maybe this will draw even more folks!

Greg said...

Marilyn, that's an inspired choice, director I mean as I don't yet know the film but I'm assuming tomorrow I will. I can't wait.

Greg said...

Pax, thanks a million! I'd love to get more people involved in the celebration. Thanks again.

Radiation Cinema! said...

Greg: I've been looking forward to this. Here's my post:
The Unbroken Dream of Edward D. Wood, Jr. / Glen or Glenda?
-- Mykal from Radiation Cinema!

Ed Howard said...

Here's a second one, a Jack Arnold double feature.

Marilyn said...

It's up:

Tor Hershman said...

Glory to The Savior of all our glutei maximi,
Edward D. Wood, Jr.
and his most supernal work
“Plan 9 from Outer Space”
in which he gives to all humankind the glorious knowledge that
“All you [us] of Earth are idiots.”

I would also suggest Savior Wood's
"Hollywood Rat Race" as an excellent read.

Here I offer my humble homage to
no-budget film making.....

Woodness be with Thee
groovin’ safari,
Tor Hershman

Greg said...

Thank you Tor, I'll cherish that video always.


Because of death.

Ed Howard said...

More 50s sci-fi/horror: Cult of the Cobra

Chris Stangl said...
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Chris Stangl said...

"MORE GOLD!" I've posted a special PLAN 9 report at The Exploding Kinetoscope:

Marilyn said...

This isn't an official entry in the blogathon, but I think it captures the spirit so well that it belongs in the linkroll:

Robert Cashill said...

A few words from my part of the universe:

weepingsam said...

I've honored not a movie, but perhaps the Plan 9 From Outer Space of juvenile series fiction (not to mention a bit of an origin story), the perfectly and delightfully atrocious Hardy Boys tale, The Disappearing Floor, of which I am inordinately fond.

Ed Howard said...

Another double feature from me, this time about a pair of Tod Browning movies.

Bob Turnbull said...

Greg, here's my submission on The Space Amoeba.

Radiation Cinema! said...

Greg: For me, one of the most woodian directors of atomic age B films was contemporary, Richard Cunha. Here is my review of his She Demons, which has a real Wood flavor.

Erich Kuersten said...

Greg, I got a new post for the blogathon, on the Woodesque John J. Parker's DAUGHTER OF HORROR (AKA DEMENTIA)

Fox said...

Hey Greg, hey bro. I have a rad post up at my site now man.

Marilyn said...

You've picked a very "guys only" blogathon topic. Proves again that women are superior beings.

Greg said...

Boy, where'd that come from? So celebrating a "can-do" spirit is a guy thing? So you're saying women just don't have that in them. Well, I wouldn't say that but if it's what you believe...

Ed Howard said...

Everyone knows women can't make horror movies.

Greg said...

And there have never been any women filmmakers who built their reputation working on micro-budgets.

Greg said...

Well Marilyn, I hope you've learned your lesson.

[Greg looks smug for a moment, then gets nervous and runs]

Marilyn said...

I'm saying that the 99% of your blogathon participants are men, showing that cheesy/bad movies are only crushed to the collective bosom of guys.

Greg said...

Ah but that 1% (you) is extraordinary!

Soon, with Pat and possibly Kimberly it might inch up to 3%.

Keeping fingers crossed.

Darrell Bratz said...

My contrtibution here:

Ed Howard said...

Here's another sci-fi double feature from me.

Radiation Cinema! said...

Greg: Where there is Tor Johnson, there is the flavor of Wood. Not only does this film have the noted and iconic
Wood star in it, the Director, Coleman Francis, shares with Ed Wood a similar through-a-prism-strangely view of life and similar budget strangulations.
For your approval: The Beast of Yucca Flats.

Erich Kuersten said...

Okay, another one for the fire: Mesa of Lost Women!

C. Jerry Kutner said...

José Mojica Marins Meets the Spirit of Ed Wood in the World of Coffin Joe:

Ryan Kelly said...

I wrote up Burton's movie as my submission.

Ed Howard said...

Another double feature, this one a Karloff/Lugosi showcase.

W.B. Kelso said...

Thanks for letting anyone contribute.

Weiss and Wood: When Fetishes Collide (Glen or Glenda 1953)


Radiation Cinema! said...

Greg: For my swan song for the blogathon, I offer Phil Tucker's Robot Monster. Like Ed Wood, Tucker approached film-making as an art form, not a commercial enterprise, and he took it all deadly serious. And, like Wood, the outcome of his efforts was unpredictable and, to say the least, unique.

Thanks, Greg, for hosting this blogathon. It was unpredictable and, to say the least, unique. -- Mykal Banta

Pierre Fournier said...

A brilliant blogathon! Great contributions by all. Thanks very much, Greg, for doing this.

Here's my contribution, on Al Adamson's Dracula vs. Frankenstein...

I'm also posting Ed Wood images on my picture blog, Monster Crazy, all week.

Thanks again!

Erich Kuersten said...

Wow, I can't believe it's almost over. Here's my last one, NIGHT OF THE GHOULS, this time on Bright Lights Film Journal.

bill r. said...

Woo, I got it in before the last day! I don't know why that matters to me, but it does.

Professor Brian O'Blivion said...

Here's one about Bela. Cool idea BTW.

Pax Romano said...

One more, just a look at some of the Plan 9 related videos I found on You Tube.

Ed Howard said...

Here's my last entry for the blogathon, on the utterly dull Monolith Monsters

Craig Blamer said...

Not sure if it's what you're looking for, but:

The Flying Maciste Brothers said...

Alright! Alright! We've missed deadline! Not like that wasn't expected... We've been working on this one for more than a week and it's blown into something quite large and personal for us Macistes. So, post this as a marker, if you will:

We shall be finished in a few days. Thanks for the gracious extension!:)

Nick said...
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Nick said...

I know this is incredibly late but if anyone's interested, I posted a review of Glen or Glenda over at my bad movie blog Your Stupid Minds.

I find that Glen or Glenda is often overlooked, primarily because it's really not that bad.

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