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Halloween fast approaching!!!!

Halloween will be here before you know it.  For me Halloween has always been a time when I can catch up again with some of my favorite horror movies.  You can never go wrong with the classic Universal horror films like Frankenstein, Dracula, the Wolfman, the Invisible Man, the Creature and so many others like the Black Cat, Raven, and Murders at the Rue Morgue.  In fact this Wednesday some friends and I are going to see a classic double feature on the big screen Frankenstein and the Bride of Frankenstein at the Paramus Theater.  It should be great watching two fantastic films on the big screen.  I also try to watch some of my favorites in sci-fi that are also scary like Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Forbidden Planet, The Day the Earth Stood Still and of course The Thing From Another World.  All of these classics as well as many more are on our website and available for purchase before Halloween.  I wish everyone a safe and fun Halloween and please stay in touch by blog or come to one of our shows.  Take care everyone. 

Garden State Comic Con

Some thoughts about the Garden State Comic Con held this past weekend in Cherry Hill.  My wife Mary and I had a great time.  I met Jackson Bostwick who played Captain Marvel in the 1970's show Shazam.  He was very gracious and a gentleman.  As far as sales go - Saturday was an OK day.  However what the heck happened to all the people on Sunday.  The place was DEAD!  We were fighting over the few customers who showed up LOL. Maybe the show should have only been one day.  $25 to walk through the door and the $40 price tag for Barbara Eden's autograph certainly didn't help my sales.  Oh well hopefully the Radio Show Convention in Newark will be better. 

Return From the MANC

This year's MANC was wonderful and a lot of fun.  We spoke to many people at the convention who share our love of nostalgia and old movies and TV. I got the chance to speak to Michael Constantine.  I asked him about the Odd Couple episode that he was in and we laughed and laughed.  He seemed like a nice man.  I then spoke to Jimmy Hunt who starred in one of my favorite sci-fi movies Invaders From Mars.  He was nice as well and the whole convention was fun.  Our dealer tables were near Patty Duke and she seemed very busy and very patient with the fans.

Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention is finally here

MANC starts tomorrow morning. Mary and I taking off after she gets home from work this afternoon. Looking forward to the convention and meeting people that share my passion for old movies , TV shows and serials.  Make sure you stop by and say hello.  Take care and see everyone this weekend in Hunt Valley.

Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention

Looking forward to the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Convention. It should be a lot of fun. Very interested to see how the convention is set up this year and where our dealers table will be. Anyone who is interested in Horror, Sci-Fi, Old TV, Cliffhanger Serials, Classic Cartoons or Comic Books will love this show. Check my link to their website in my about us page. See everyone there.

Green Hornet Book

By the way. Just finished Martin Grams book about the Green Hornet. It is a must read for all those interested in old time radio or just the Green Hornet. He writes about the old radio programs and the 1960's TV show with Van Williams and Bruce Lee. Highly recommended as is all of Martin Grams books.

A great old friend

Welcome to all. Some of my fondest memories involve old horror and sci-fi films, vintage TV, cliffhanger serials, classic cartoons and comic books. I grew up with the old Universal Horror films with Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman, the Mummy, and the Creature From the Black Lagoon.  I could hardly wait to see if one of the TV stations in my area would play some of those great films when I was a kid. The Munsters gave us a chance to laugh and enjoy the monsters again and again.