Everyone's favorite Mistress of the Macabre, Elvira is spinning her wheels hostessing horror film festivals at the local drive-in when she discovers the opportunity to get in good with George Rottmero, producer of the greatest, grittiest, most realistic horror movies ever. The Dark Damsel uses all of her charms to impress the mysterious movie mogul and she is immediately cast in his latest scream-inducing spectacles, his masterpieces of murder and mayhem featuring the most realistic zombies anyone ever saw this side of an open casket! When she discovers the grave secret behind Rottmero's success, her dreams of super stardom might become deader than her undead co-stars! Will all of her efforts just be one big bust... because Elvira knows all about big busts!
Vamperotica Swimsuit Special #1. October, 1994. Suggested for Mature Readers. Black and white format.
Elvira'a House of Mystery No. 1 in Elvira"s Quest; 1st issue 64 page HALLOWEEN SPECIAL!; DC COMICS
Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, presents ten bone-crunchingheavy metal renditions of Halloween s heaviest hits!
This COLLECTABLE HALLOWEEN 7" Purple Vinyl Single Record 45-rpm. is (BRAND NEW) [Special Heat-Reactive Artwork Sleeve] So while Elvira may appear to be only a dark silhouette, once things heat up you'll definitely get a delightful eyeful.l, ELVIRA Mistress of the Dark "2 Big Pumpkins" & "13 Nights of Halloween" ,Third Man Records Label , , , original recordings from Elvira Mistress of the Dark. With two songs written by the otherworldly Fred Schneider (of the B-52s!), both ''2 Big Pumpkins'' and ''13 Nights of Halloween'' brim with fun double-entendres, campy cackling, devilishly danceable beats and so much more. , , - (SHIPS FROM CENTRAL ILLINOIS) FREE Shipping Upgrade to 1st-Class w/Tracking:
While there's some overlap between this collection and Elvira Presents Haunted Hits, devotees of Elvira herself will probably find themselves more bewitched on this release, since the Mistress of the Dark's mark is more palpable. She duets with B-52's frontman Fred Schneider on the so-goofy-it's-great "Here Comes the Bride of Frankenstein" and even tries her hand--well, OK, her larynx--at hip-hop on the scaaaaary "Monsta Rap." For good measure, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince Will Smith get an opportunity for a rebuttal to the latter, in the form of "A Nightmare on My Street." Other holiday staples like Bobby "Boris" Pickett's "Monster Mash" and Joey Gaynor's instantly recognizable "Addams Family" theme round out the short but sweet set. --David Sprague