Wednesday, October 29, 2008

scariest movie ever.

No explanation needed. Never watch it alone.

Did You Ever See a Dream Walking?

Spooky movie. Spooky song if you've ever seen the movie. I'm a big fan of Bing Crosby, and love the song...but this rendition sends you back to the 60's in the cloak room of a school. Listen all the way through, this is the soundtrack version movie...did you ever hear a ghost talking? ...(don't be scared)...well I did.

Tuesday, October 28, 2008


It's the first ever pfunderween podcast. Happy All Hallows Eve with this podcast of pfantasmagorical sounds and thrills.
Listen to it carving pumpkins, waiting for trick or treaters, or just because you love Halloween.
On the podcast:
1. The Skeleton in the Closet-Louis Armstrong with Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra
2. With Her Head Tucked Beneath Her Arm-Cyril Smith with Rudy Valee's Connecticut Yankees
3. Bug-A-Boo-Red Nichols & His Five Pennies
4. A Grave Matter-Walt Disney Records Sound Effects
5. This House is Haunted-Alice Cooper
6. Rickety Tik Phono-Vic Mizzy
7. The Headless Horseman-Bing Crosby with Vic Schoen's Orchestra and the Rhythmaires
8. I'm Your Boogie Man-Drew's Famous Halloween Music
9. Attack of the Killer Tomatoes-Lee Lewis
10. The Walls Keep Talking-Roy Eldrige & Gene Krupa & His Orchestra featuring Anita O'Day
11. Theme from Scooby Doo
12. Main Title from The Ghost and Mr. Chicken-Vic Mizzy
13. The Boogy Man is Here-Tom Gerun & His Orchestra
14. Old Man Mose Ain't Dead-Nat King Cole Trio
15. Introduction to Edward Scissorhands-Danny Elfman
16. Weird Science-Oingo Boingo
17. Boogie Woogieman-The Brian Sisters
18. Theme from Young Frankenstein

Now, this mix may have to be rated PG, just fair warning, as I do have an Alice Cooper song...but in all fairness, it's a killer Halloween song...just be wary as you are sitting by may not always be alone.
If anyone's ever read "Sheila the Great", you are in for a treat with "Her Head Tucked Underneath Her Arm", and "The Headless Horseman". My 9 year old knew the stories of both, but unfortunately thought these were both bizarre songs. Kids.