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Music to Make Horror Movies By: Don’t Go in the House

Published January 24, 2016 by biggayhorrorfan


Chick-en on a stick!!! One of the most notorious horror shockers of the 70s, the grim Don’t Go in the House is best remembered for director Joseph Ellison’s execution of the (very real to life) barbequing of one of the disturbed lead’s victims.

Thankfully for viewers, during the thick of the proceedings, Dan Grimaldi’s sensitively portrayed Donny took a break from his fiery missionary work to attend a nightclub. Of course, as the film’s eagle eyed followers ascertained, that visit didn’t turn out so well for yet another female companion…but it did provide some relieved patrons with this delicious slice of disco fever and the movie with its very appropriate, unofficial theme song!

Yes, lovers of terror and hoarders of fright, it’s time to go L’Ectrique and get Struck by Boogie Lightning!


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




Music to Make Horror Movies By: Jennifer Lopez

Published December 20, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

jennifer lopezJennifer Lopez may be best known as a celebrity or one half of various famous couplings or even as the star of such vehicles as Selena and The Wedding Planner. But this luscious lass, also, has a bit of a terror pedigree with roles in flicks such as Anaconda, The Cell and (most recently) The Boy Next Door.

While Lopez’s heroines eventually reigned over her nasty adversaries in those films, she need have only looked to her recording career to have gotten the one-up on them immediately. Like the first single on her 2005 release Rebirth, Lopez only would have had to tell those opponents to Get Right and she might have saved herself a world of trouble.

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


Music to Make Horror Movies By: Andrea Marcovicci

Published December 13, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

andrea mA lot of crazy things came flying at divine chanteuse Andrea Marcovicci in films such as The Stuff, The Hand, Spacehunter: Adventures in the Forbidden Zone and A Vacation in Hell.

Thankfully, since assuming the mantle of America’s premiere cabaret artist, gentler things have been surrounding Marcovicci like…Glitter in the Air.

Here, listening to one of our most respected artistes cover flamboyant pop icon Pink, one might think the things surrounding Marcovicci now are, also, amazingly gay and totally grand! Lucky lady! Lucky us!

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


Raising Hell with Debra De Liso!

Published December 11, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

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As Kimberly Clark in slasher classic The Slumber Party Massacre the eclectic Debra DeLiso took guidance from Pamela Roylance’s supportive Coach Jana.

Recently, in a circle of life moment, De Liso, herself, played the authority figure in the video for (female fronted rock band) Dorothy’s energetic Raise Hell. Nicely, De Liso gets to engage in everything from severe disapproval to wild abandon here, a true testament to her multiple talents.

Be sure to watch the video, at the below link, and…

…keep up with all of De Liso’s projects at, as well.

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


Music to Make Horror Movies By – Katharine McPhee

Published December 6, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan


As Beth Mazza in 2011’s toothy horror Shark Night, Katharine McPhee got a little upset when she learned she was about to be force fed to a pool of cookie cutter sharks. There is nothing worse for a good tan line, huh?

Of course, this former American Idol contestant is, also, a celebrated pop singer and in that world the only thing that causes that much upset is…romance. Hence the title track of this talented lass’ new CD is Hysteria, describing the condition she finds herself in when confronted with a certain sexy someone whom she will never be able to fully possess. Sad – yet somehow dance worthy here.

Be sure to keep up with the eclectic McPhee, who has continued to act on such television shows as Smash and (the current, popular) Scorpion, at and

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

Music to Make Horror Movies By: Ketty Lester

Published November 29, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

Ketty 3Even though William Marshall put the bite on her tough talking cab driver Juanita Jones in Blacula, the exquisite Ketty Lester always knew how to put her mark on a song.


Best known for her golden hit Love Letters, used to macabre effect in David Lynch’s Blue Velvet, Lester  puts a smoky, subtle emphasize on the more sinister aspects of romance with her rocking take on Sweet Torture.


Slink into this blissful agony now!

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


Music to Make Horror Movies By: Elke Sommer

Published November 22, 2015 by biggayhorrorfan

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The luscious Elke Sommer battled monstrous creeps and dodgy American editors in such Bava classics as Baron Blood, Lisa and the Devil (and its stateside reworking) The House of Exorcism. But according to one of the numbers on her euro-soaked MGM album, Love in Any Language, nothing haunted our fair lass more than unrequited love.

While it’s hard to believe anyone could deny this German born cupcake anything, one listen to her mournfully acknowledging I Know You Don’t Want Me – and you know it has to be true. elke album cover

La sigh!

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