Funko Horror ReAction Figures and the Mount Rushmore of Horror

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Monster Men #87:
We are not just toying with you on this episode of the Monster Men video podcast. We are reviewing the amazing line of horror, sci-fi and movie themed action figures by FUNKO. The Funko ReAction Horror collection features the classic Universal Monsters like Dracula, Wolf Man and The Mummy as well as more modern favorites like Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees and Michael Myers.

If you are into horror collectables you can find fun and affordable dolls like Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein, The Invisible Man and Alien. You can also find figures from a wide variety of movie favorites like JAWS, Escape From New York, The Goonies, Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction and Serenity.

We also tease the new book THE BORDER by Robert McCammon. It’s the return to horror by a true legend that has us so excited. We also take a few minutes to discuss one of our favorite horror icons, the TV horror movie host Svengoolie. He’s the best.

Monster Men #86:
What faces would you carve into a mountainside of the Mount Rushmore of horror? We debate our choices and we hope you’ll tell us your picks here in the comments.

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What to Do During “The Walking Dead” Mid-Season Hiatus

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WHAT??? No Walking Dead until February 2014? What are you gonna do?

Now that The Walking Dead as gone on its mid-season hiatus, you might be looking for some other zombie related entertainment to get you through the next couple of months. If you look online you’ll find hundreds of Top Ten Zombie Movie lists, but there are really only a few that you should seek out immediately.

Night of the Living Dead: This is pretty obvious, but if you go back and watch this again, you can see just how far the genre has come. There are actually two versions of this movie, and they are both worth watching. The original, black and white version is where George Romero gave birth to the modern version of the zombie and the notion that destroying the brain was the key to stopping them. The other version is the 1990 version that’s in color. While it may seem sacrilegious to remake a classic, this one is a pretty nice update of the original.