MAY 29


1993 – Maika Monroe, starred in “It Follows,” “The Guest,” “Bad Blood,” “Greta,” “Bad Blood… the Hunger.”

1987 – Alessandra Torresani, appeared in “American Horror House,” “American Horror Story – TV Series,” “Warehouse 13 – TV Series,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles – TV Series” and more.

1962 – John D. LeMay, starred on “Friday the 13th: The series” and “Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday.”

1959 – Rupert Everett, played the title role in “The Cemetery Man.”

1958 – Annette Bening, starred in “Mars Attacks.”

1957 – Ted Levine, starred in “Silence of the Lambs,” “Shutter Island” and the 2006 remake of “The Hills Have Eyes.”

1956 – Tony Randel, writer and director of such films as “Hellbound: Hellraiser II,” “Children of the Night,” “Amityville: It’s About Time,” “Ticks,” “Fist of the North Star,” “Rattled” and “Hybrids.”

1953 – Danny Elfman, composer whose numerous screen scores include “Sleepy Hollow,” “The Frighteners,” “Army of Darkness,” “A Nightmare Before Christmas,” “Dark Shadows [2012],” just to name a few.

1947 – Julie Cobb, actress in “Salem’s Lott – TV Series” and “Lisa.”

1942 – Kevin Conway, appeared in “Funhouse,” “The Lathe of Heaven” and “Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace.”

1912 – John Gilling, directed “The Shadow of the Cat,” “The Reptile,” “The Plague of the Zombies,” “The Flesh and the Fiends,” “The Mummy’s Shroud,” “Vampire Over London” and more.

1903 – Bob Hope, the legendary entertainer and comedian happened to be in a few horror comedies such as “The Cat and the Canary”, “The Ghost Breakers” and “Scared Stiff.”


2021 – Maurice Capovilla, appeared in “Awakening the Beast.”

2021 – John Gregg, appeared in episodes of the TV Series “Dead of Night” and “Armchair Thriller.”

2021 – Joe Lara, actor in “Night Wars” and the TV Movie “The Presence.”

2021 – Gavin MacLeod, appeared in “The Munsters – Episode: The Sleeping Cutie.”

2019 – Peggy Stewart, actress in “The Vampire’s Ghost,” “Something Weird,” “Terror in the Wax Museum,” “Beyond Evil,” “The Boogens,” and many others

2019 – Dennis Etchison, Author and writer of Fantasy and Horror Fiction. Also, former president of the Horror Writers Association

2010 – Dennis Hopper, film appearances include “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2,” “Queen of Blood,” “Land of the Dead” and “Blue Velvet”.

2008 – Harvey Korman appeared in the Mel Brook’s film “Dracula: Dead and Loving It,” “High Anxiety,” and also was in “Munchies” and three episodes of “The Munsters” TV series.

2005 – Luciano Rossi, starred in “The Gates of Hell”.

1992 – Pippa Steel, appeared in “The Vampire Lovers” and “Lust for a Vampire.”

1969 – Tom Duggan, starred in the film “Frankenstein 1970.

1957 – James Whale, directed “Frankenstein,” “Bride of Frankenstein,” “The Invisible Man” and the original “Old Dark House”.

1942 – John Barrymore, appeared in the 1920 version of “Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde,” “Svengali” and “The Mad Genius”.


Dial M for Murder [1954]
Atom Age Vampire [1960] – Los Angeles

Targets [1968] – Spain re-release
The Living Head [1968]
Dead & Buried [1981]
Witchcraft IX: Bitter Flesh [1997]
Blood: The Last Vampire [2009] – Japan

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MAY 30


1979 – Jenny Mollen, appeared in “Extracted” and “Return of the Living Dead: Rave to the Grave.”

1970 – Jason Vail, appeared in “Gut,” “Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies,” “The Cabin,” “Sleepy Hollow – TV Series,” “The Originals – TV Series,” “Dollface,” “Valley of the Sasquatch,” “Creature Feature” and more.

1966 – Towako Yoshikawa, starred in “Godzilla vs Space Godzilla.”

1965 – Tammy Parks, appeared in “Blood for the Muse,” “Scary Sexy Disaster Movie’ and “The Erotic Ghost.”

1964 – Mark Sheppard, plays “Crowley” in “Supernatural – TV Series” and has also appeared in “Xtinction: Predator X,” “Evil Eyes,” “Megalodon,” “The X-Files – TV Series” and more.

1939 – Michael J. Pollard, appeared in “Skeeter,” “House of 1,000 Corpses” and “Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage Wasteland.”

1936 – Keir Dullea, starred in the original “Black Christmas” and “Alien Hunter”.

1927 – Clint Walker, starred in the TV movies “Killdozer” and “Scream of the Wolf.”

1896 – Howard Hawks, director of “The Thing From Another World.”


2019 – Roslyn Alexander, actress in “Child’s Play [1988],” “The Unborn,” and “30 Miles from Nowhere.”

2006 – Robert Sterling, his numerous TV appearances include episodes of “Alfred Hitchcock Presents,” “Lights Out” and “The Twilight Zone/”

1998 – Stanley Bickman, films include “Deadly Manor” and “The Brain Eaters”.

1967 – Claude Rains, starred in “The Invisible Man [1933],” “The Wolf Man [1941],” “The Phantom of the Opera [1943]” and the TV Series “Alfred Hitchcock Presents.”


Fright [1972]
Demons [1986]
Embrace of the Vampire [1995]
The Era of Vampires [2003] – NYC
Wrong Turn [2003]
El Chupacabra [2003] – UK limited
Cemetery Gates [2006]
The Strangers [2008]

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MAY 31


1982 – Jonathan Tucker, co-starred in “Pulse,” “Texas Chainsaw Massacre [2003]” and “The Ruins.”

1976 – Colin Farrell, starred in “Fright Night [2011]” remake and “The Killing of a Sacred Deer.”

1965 – Brooke Shields, appeared in “Alice, Sweet Alice,” “Tales from The Crypt – TV Series” and “Midnight Meat Train.”

1950 – Gregory Harrison appeared in the TV movie “Trilogy of Terror.”

1934 – Jim Hutton, starred in the film “Psychic Killer” and the TV movie “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark.”

1930 – Clint Eastwood, started his film career in horror movies such as “Tarantula” and “Revenge of the Creature” and starred in “Play Misty for Me.”

1925 – Julian Beck, appeared in “Poltergeist II: The Other Side.”

1922 – Denholm Elliott, appeared in the films “The House That Dripped Blood,” “The Vault of Horror”.

1914 – Akira Ifukube, Famous Godzilla score composer


2021 – Arlene Golonka, appeared in the TV Movie “Skeletons” and an episode of the TV Series “The Wide World of Mystery.”

2020 – Dan van Husen, appeared in “Night of the Skull,” “Dracula Blows His Cool,” Darkhunters,” Forest of the Damned,” “Zombie Massacre 2: Reich of the Dead” and more.

2019 – Gary LIsing, appeared in “Sa kabilugan ng buwan.”

2007 – Claude Thompson, choreographer who taught the natives how to dance in the 1976 version of “King Kong.”

2004 – Robert Burns, appeared in “Microwave Massacre” and “Confessions of a Serial Killer.”

2001 – Arlene Francis, appeared in “Murders in the Rue Morgue.”

1977 – William Castle, producer and/or director of such films as “Macabre,” “House on Haunted Hill [1959],” “13 Ghosts [1960],” “The Tingler,” “Mr. Sardonicus,” “Strait-Jacket,” “Rosemary’s Baby,” “Bug,” and many more.


The Black Raven [1943]
The Pit and the Pendulum [1991] – USA limited
The [2002]
Rebirth of Mothra III [2002] filmed in Japan in 1998 – USA TV premiere
Devour [2005]
Jolly Roger: Massacre at Cutter’s Cove [2005]

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