Happy Mustachioed Halloween – The Big Reveal

I thought since today is October 31, you might want a quick update on our Halloween Mustache project that I blogged about last week.

Last night on Letterman, Paul Rudd revealed that he too dons the ol’ crumb catcher annually for the holiday, citing Freddie Mercury, Gallagher, Schneider (from One Day at a Time) & John Stossel as past costumes.

Neal the Coworker however, showed up to work this morning like this…

That’s right, Ted Kaczynsk, AKA the Unibomber from before we knew his name.

So have a Happy Halloween, but you might want to be careful opening your mail today!

Friday Five – Creature Feature

I love classic monster & horror movies, which could be a contributing factor to my love for Halloween in general. And this time of year makes me want to watch them even more than usual. I at least partially blame AMC’s MonsterFest (now called FearFest) for solidifying that tradition back in the 90’s, and my brother Willie who keeps buying the collections for me from my Amazon Wish List for perpetuating it.

This week’s five (or seven actually) is one song for each of some of my favorite classic horror movies.

Dracula (Bela Lugosi’s 1931 masterpiece):
Blood & Roses – The Smithereens

Frankenstein (Boris Karloff, 1931 – not the first Frankenstein film, but certainly the best in my opinion):
So Alive – Love & Rockets

The Mummy (1932, more Boris Karloff):
Wrap It Up – The Fabulous Thunderbirds

White Zombie (1932, Bela Lugosi in what is considered to be the very first “Zombie” movie ever):
Wake Up Dead Man – U2

The Invisible Man (1933, Claude Rains- based on classic H.G. Wells novel):
Have You Seen Me Lately – Counting Crows

The Wolfman (1941, Lon Chaney Jr. – much better than Universal’s first film on the subject, Werewolf of London, in 1924):
Bark At The Moon – Ozzie Osborne

Creature From The Black Lagoon: (1954, starring Ben Chapman on land and Ricou Browning in underwater scenes):
Swamp – Talking Heads