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Posted by baronswebcrypt on May 27, 2013 at 5:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Well here we are. It's the final countdown Ghouls. for two years, four season, I have brought you Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt on BlipTV and for two years I have been thankful every week that you keep coming back to watch. BlipTv and I have our issues, but unlike Blip, I will always be thankful for the time I was allowed to have to bring you some of the best movies and craziest characters. But the show will live on. Thanks to You Tube allowing me to return to full length episodes, The Movie Crypt will be returning next week to it's new home, You Tube.

Now some of you may already know that the entire season 1 (minus the final episode, grrrr) has always been available to view and some of you return quite frequently, and again, I'm thankful. The numbers on You Tube are more than I could have ever hoped for. I'm hoping to continue the enjoyment when I return to You Tube with the feature film, Flash Gordon: The Greatest Adventure of All. I can't wait.

As readers and followers of this site may have noticed, the blog are not as daily as they once were. In fact they're more like, every now and again blogs. With business picking up at my other jobs, it has been difficult to keep up. But I will always be here to bring you updated news when it becomes available on The Movie Crypt.

With that said,

Stay cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on May 11, 2013 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Yes it's true Ghouls, Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt has been cancelled by BlipTV. After two years and 4 seasons, BlipTV decided that my show was not the type of show for their format. So, The Movie Crypt will be cancelled and deleted by BlipTV June 15th. However, I decide when the last episode is, not them. And I say May 31st will be the final episode on BlipTV. The series will end on BlipTV with The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. Now I could go on and on with spiteful things to say. Call them names. Besmirch them every which way. And I would be justified in doing so. But I my friends, am better than that.

It has been a wonderful time being able to entertain all of you. We have had many great memories. So much fun. But all good things must come too end. Or do they???

On BlipTV, yes they must come to end, but not The Movie Crypt. Because on June 7th Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt will return to You Tube with the film Things to Come. Ironic that should be the title of the return movie on You Tube huh?

That's right Ghouls, after nearly 3 1/2 seasons, The Movie Crypt will return to the one place that once wrongfully removed the season one finale, Freaks. The site will be the same ( Hey, the season one episodes are even still there (minus one of them). So join me as I make the big movie back, June 7th.

Also, May 13th marks the Two Year Anniversary of Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt. And to celebrate, I will be showing the Edward Furlong and Frank Langella Horror/Sci-Fi film, Brainscan. So join me this Monday the 13th for Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt 2 Year Anniversary Special.

Stay cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on April 14, 2013 at 2:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Its seems I've been posting nothing but sad news as of late.

I know this one is a few days late, but the word recently lost two great comedians. First, the other day we lost the legendary and always fantastic comedian, Jonathan Winters. Winters, probably best known as Mork & Mindy's "little" one on the hit television sereis, Mork & Mindy, staring Robin Williams. Winters a major influence on Robin Williams. Jonathan was known for his always improve talent, something I learned from him as well as Robin Williams, and because of this, would always keep everyone in stiches with laughter.

I'm also sadden to learn this morning that a good friend, Nick Pollotta, a famous writer (books such as Bureau 13, That Darn Squid God,  Doomsday ExamSky Hammer, and countless more) has passed away as well. Nick originally contacted me to advertise books on occasion on The Movie Crypt. It was through this and the fact that we're both from Chicago that we remained in contact and discussed many jokes and stories.

Once a stand-up comedian, Nick married and lived with his wife Mellisa in Chicago, Illinois. Nick passed away early Saturday leaving behind a legacy of laughs and good times. A caring man who was suffering from kidney problems and remaind strong and hopeful all the way through and never gave up hope. An inspiration, I shall follow in his foot steps in trying to be as strong during any tough situation. Thank you Nick.

Next Friday's episode, which will feature the film, The Hands of a Stranger, will be dedicated to Nick with a few of my favorite skits of his. So I hope you join me this Friday for a special  Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt.

Also tonight, The Vortexx will also be honoring the memory of Nick Pollotta, so tune in to The Vortexx at 9 (ET) at

Stay cool Nick, you crazy Ghoul.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on April 9, 2013 at 12:40 PM Comments comments (0)

We lost another treasure this week. Annette Funicello, one of the very first Mouseketeers on the Mickey Mouse Club, has passed away at 70. Many remember Annette as the smiling ever so adorable Mouseketeer, but some remember her as Frankie Avalon's "beach bunny" in many Beach Party movies in the 60's. She passed away from her battle with complications due to multiple sclerosis, something she has been battling for 25 years. She will be missed, but she always be loved by her fans.

Some good news amongst all these tragedies, I want to congratulate Svengoolie on his second Rondo award. If anyone deserves it, it's Sven. Here's to another great year of Svengoolie and to even more classic moments. Congrats sir.

Stay cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on April 6, 2013 at 1:50 AM Comments comments (0)


For those not in the know, Roger Ebert was a film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times. He would later team up with fellow film critic, Gene Siskel to form the very popular movie review show, Sneak Previews, which would later be titles, At the Movies. The two would for the most part, disagree with the films, one giving his reasons why the movie was and the other why he thought the movie was bad. At times they would both agree a movie was either good or bad, but most of the time a friendly argument would occur and they would movie on. At the end of the show, Roger and Gene would give their signature thumbs up if they liked a movie or a thumbs down if they disliked a movie. The series lasted well after Gene Siskel passed away, teaming Roger Ebert with a variety of different film critics, the most famous team-up being, Richard Roeper.


The series officially ended in 2010 without Ebert, who had been fighting cancer since 2002. Ebert passed away yesterday and the World lost one of it's greatest and most important film critics. Though I would lean more towards Gene Siskel, I still had a huge amount of respect for Ebert and his views. He was good at enraging movie fans, but I know many respected him and his views just for the simple fact that he wouldn't back down. He knew movies and knew what he liked and didn't like and no one was going to tell him any different.


The Movie Crypt and yours truly would like to send out their deepest sympathies to the Ebert family. But we can all smile knowing that Siskel and Ebert live on once again where ever he and friend Siskel are at and that the balcony is once again open to them.


Stay cool forever Siskel and Ebert.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on April 3, 2013 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (0)

This Friday is coming fast. And I personally can't wait. I have been asked a few times if this will be the last season however, and I can assure you it is not. I have a great 4th and 5th season planned. I promise these next two seasons will be filled full of terribly great classics. And so many great special events too. Like this season will bring you my 2 Year Anniversary Special. Next season of course will bring you our annual Halloween and Christmas Specials, plus a major landmark for yours truly, my 100th episode. So believe me when I ssay that this is not going ot be the last season. Not when we're still having so much fun.

I will be announcing when you can see the new Evil Dead with me this weekend soon. And when I say soon, I mean tomorrow.

Until then,

Stay Cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on April 1, 2013 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

This Friday makes the return of The Movie Crypt friends, and of course this brings the return of my Daily Blaaaahgs.

The movie? The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here! An incredible addball movie (I thought anyway) and more than worthy to be the first movie of the fourth saeson. So make sure you tune in this Friday for an all new episode of Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt.

This will be a huge season for movies. Atom Age Vampire, I Eat Your Skin, Flash Gordon: The Greatest Adventure of All, It's Alive, and these are just a few of the movies coming your way this season. Plus the return of Grimm and Zombie. The Two Year Anniversary Special featuring Brainscan starring Edward Furlong and Frank Langella. This is going to be a great follow-up to last season.

And I have a few appearances coming up, one of which will be at a viewing of The Evil Dead reamke this month. Stay tuned to learn where and when and how you can join me. Until then,

Stay Cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on January 14, 2013 at 6:15 PM Comments comments (0)

A decision has been made Ghouls. Baron Von Ghoulstein's Movie Crypt will return for a fourth season. There had been much speculation on weather this would happen, but after the numbers recieved for this current season, how could I not return.

And the hits will just keep right on coming. Some awesome movies will be coming your way. Movies like: Atom Age Vampire, I Eat Your Skin, It's Alive, Attack From Space, all of these and so many more. Plus next season will be my 2 Year Anniversary. Wait to see what I have planned for that.

So with only 6 episodes left of this season, you will only have to wait until April for the 4th season to begin.

With this said, I just want to say thank you to all of you for such a great season. Look forward to entertaining all of you again soon.

Stay cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on January 8, 2013 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Thats right Ghouls. The Daily Blaaaahgs will return next Monday. So take note and see you then.

Stay cool Ghouls.


Posted by baronswebcrypt on January 1, 2013 at 3:40 AM Comments comments (0)

Hey there Ghouls! Baron Von Ghoulstein here. I know there hasn't been any blogs for the last few weeks. I' have working on the site and toying with some options and new toys. I will be poting again daily very soon.

I hope everyone has themselves a very safe and Happy New Year.

Stay cool Ghouls.