All posts tagged Jaws

Music to Make Horror Movies By: Stacy Lattisaw

Published April 1, 2018 by biggayhorrorfan


A mother’s quest for vengeance strikes at the heart of the much ridiculed Jaws: The Revenge. I, for one, have always taken this goofy showcase for the determined talents of Lorraine Gary as a fun, feminist uprising and Stacy Lattisaw’s song Nail it to the Wall, featured on the film’s soundtrack, definitely reflects the power of a woman at her fullest strength.

Lattisaw, who enjoyed a number of bouncy, beloved hits throughout the ‘80s, is still performing in a spiritualistic capacity and can be visited at www.stacylattisaw.org.

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Until the next time, SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!



Matthew Daniel Gordon’s Top 4 Overrated Horror Films!

Published August 12, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

Horror lovers come from all backgrounds – which makes us a community of amazing diversity…and, often, provides lots of fun!

Musical theater performer Matthew Daniel Gordon recently added to this joyful mayhem by shooting a video that details his Top 4 Overrated Horror Films.

Much like Adam Rockoff’s recent book The Horror of It All, Gordon has some pretty dissenting opinions here – and whether you’re like me and agree with him on some of his picks (The Conjuring) and disagree on others (Jaws), you definitely should have a good time with the personable Gordon’s work, below.

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!


Night Gallery Vamps: Lorraine Gary

Published October 7, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan

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Best known for her powerful yet down-to-earth portrayal of Ellen Brody in the Jaws film series, the versatile Loraine Gary brought a much more sinisterly haughty elegance to her appearance as Barbara Morgan in the 1973 3rd season Night Gallery episode entitled She’ll Be Company For You.

Luxuriating like a film noir femme fatale in turbans and designer dresses, Gary alternatively flirts with and seemingly condemns the show’s main focus, businessman Harry Audon, played with a slowly evaporating confidence by costar Leonard Nimoy. As the best friend of Audon’s recently deceased wife, Gary’s Morgan definitely wants to rip him apart (in a variety of ways), but she leaves such juicy details to her emotional doppelganger, a supposedly harmless cat.lorraine 2

Departing for a trip, Barbara gifts Audon with said pet. But his mild annoyance with his new responsibility soon turns into terror as the present apparently morphs into a viciously clawed supernatural entity. Ultimately, the viewers are never quite sure what the creature really is. But, one thing is for certain, Gary dominates this piece with an ice cold vigor and sensual sharpness.

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!


Defending Jaws 4: The Revenge!

Published July 19, 2014 by biggayhorrorfan

Frequently, I have been referred to as all wet! While this may certainly be true in some cases, it does not apply when considering the fact that I believe the widely reviled Jaws 4: The Revenge is actually a pretty fun, vaguely feminist romp.

Recently, the distinguished gents of Astro Radio Z (including jocular host Derrick Carey) took a moment to examine their favorite films (including such titles as Firewalker, Staying Alive and Megaforce) that, currently, have a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

You can hear all about them and discover why I think Jaws 4: The Revenge is a perfect 50% at the link, below:

Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!