Blogtober 17, 2014


Wax Museums. I have always had a creepy fascination with wax museums since seeing Waxwork. They’re chilly. The statues look real. They are nice places to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live or work at them. Well, working may be cool.


Waxwork & House of Wax

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Movie Descriptions:

Waxwork (1988): Welcome to WAXWORK…the mysterious place where every picture tells a horror story. The private midnight showing is about to begin with the scariest bunch of drips you’ll ever meet! Inside the wax museum, a group of teenagers are aghast at the hauntingly lifelike wax displays of Dracula, the Wolfman, the Mummy and other charter members of the horror Hall of Fame. Each display is perfectly grotesque, yet each is missing one thing…a victim! Admission to the Waxwork was free, but now they may pay with they lives! One by one, the students are drawn into the settings as objects of the bloodthirsty creatures. They are now part of the permanent collection.

House of Wax (2005): When their car breaks down on a road trip, six college friends are sidetracked into an eerie backwoods town. Curiosity gets the better of them when they are intrigued by its macabre House of Wax. They soon find out that the town is not what it seems and they must find their way out before they fall victim to its ghoulishly inventive killers.



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