Good Morning, Afternoon, and Evening, Sleepless Knights!
We have BRAND NEW Cinema Insomnia T-shirts to add to your Collection!
Our First T-Shirt is our first new Cinema Insomnia T-shirt in 10 YEARS! We still love the classic screen printed shirt from November Fire, but many of you already have that shirt and have been requesting new designs. This one has OSI 74 fonts and colors as well as features an original head shot of MR. LOBO and an updated version of the logo MR. LOBO himself designed over 25 years ago…
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This Second T-Shirt is based off of the pin-back button featuring Mr. Lobo’s motto, “THEY ARE NOT BAD MOVIES — JUST MISUNDERSTOOD! Mr. Lobo has been wearing on the show and at live events in recent years featuring the motto he coined on the show back in 2001!
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In case you missed it…..this past Monday, MR. LOBO pitched a dark supernatural adventure film where a group of millennial’s search for an old TV studio gets them sucked into retro TV shows trying to break into the real world called “DARK CHANNELS” on the PITCH IT MOVIE PODCAST.
For this week’s CINEMA INSOMNIA EPISODE OF THE WEEK, we join other party guests and enter into Vincent Price’s HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1959)! We’ll be sharing memory-filled memorabilia featuring Mr. Vincent Price and HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL. We even have a special T-Shirt designed by MR. LOBO and DIXIE LOBO to go with this week’s Episode!
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Get Your New T-shirts, Listen to the Podcast, and don’t forget to tune in and share our Episode of the Week!
Your Cinema Insomnia Intern,
Actors, they can come from anywhere, be anyone, and portray a variety of characters. But it takes a true legend to portray a character in the horror genre. When we speak about legendary horror actors, who first comes to mind? Vincent Price, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr., Boris Karloff – these names barely scratch the surface of those who have haunted our dreams and televisions for decades.
Horror has been portrayed not only through the magic of film or television, it was also brought to life through the air waves in the days of radio. Horror Legends, Dear CInsomniacs and Sleepless Knights, are not limited to images or masks. Those who play upon your deepest fears of the corner of your imagination through their voice, now those, are where monsters truly begin to come to life.
This month, we’ll be saluting these legends, one at a time in various forms including radio broadcasts bits from horror radio actors. Also this month, Mr. Lobo will be hosting BRIDE OF THE MONSTER starring legend Bela Lugosi at the Anthony Wayne Theatre in Wayne, Pennsylvania. Mark your calendars and join in on the fun!
Who was the actor who caused your nightmares to come true when the lights went off? Join in on the fun by sharing your story and pictures of your favorite horror legends through our Cinema Insomnia Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr pages. We’ll share your findings on the various platforms as well.
Get Ready for a Legendary Month here at Cinema Insomnia!!
Hello CInsomniacs and Sleepless Knights,
Hopefully you enjoyed that mini-episode of “Insomniac Reviews.” Overall, the brand new episode is absolutely batty and full of tremendous fun for the whole family. It premiers tomorrow night on OSI74 during Saturday Sleepovers. The whole episode will take you back in time between the reels with Mr. Lobo’s “bat mustache” idea and Dixie’s personal challenge to complete a novel by the end of the episode.
You’ll also enjoy classic “behind-the-scene” clips from the old Batman television show, trailers featuring the star of the night’s feature-Vincent Price, and other entertaining surprise mixed in to make this “TheyCinema Insomnia episode incredible and a MUST WATCH.
10 out of 10 Hypnotic Eyes and an 100% approval from “Insomniac Reviews.”
Tune into CINEMA INSOMNIA this Saturday night on OSI74 and bring the whole family!
“They Are Not Bad Movies, Just Misunderstood!”
~C. Campaign~Cinema Insomnia Intern