BadMonsterJoke 2000!!!


It’s been a weird, sometimes gut wrenching and wonderful journey writing BadMonsterJokes. The first one was back in 2010. There are three books that collected the work along the way. “Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1,” illustrated by Kyle Kaczmarczyk. Then came a change of direction and publishers, with me wearing both the author and illustrator hats. My skull is a huge concrete block, so they can fit up there. Sheesh! Shortly after, came the award winning book, “Ha-Ha! Horror” and Rondo nominated book “Bride of Ha-Ha! Horror.” 
I was kidnapped, I mean,recruited, to tell the jokes on the 6FtPlus Horror podcast. That led to guest spots on other like minded shows. I’ve travelled to Toronto and treated (tortured, really) audiences to my jokes live and IN POISON! Buffalo, Tonawanda and other destinations got to be the yucky ones and hear the jokes, too. There’s more to come. Another book. A horror comedy cd. It ain’t over yet! 

So, without further delay, here are BadMonsterJokes 1998,1999, and 2000…

BadMonsterJoke 1998

Why would Christine make a great editor?

“AUTO Correct!!”
Hope you weren’t asleep at the wheel on that one!

BadMonsterJoke 1999

What do you call a leafy, green, Russian Triffid?



Ok. Here we go! 

BadMonsterJoke 2000!!

Which Monster is stylishly “put together?” 


His buddy, Dracula, has fangs that are “on point!”

Well Maniacs, there it is 2000 and they’ll still BEHEADED your way. FANGS for being the best Maniacs any Man of a Thousand Bad Monster Jokes could AXE for!!  

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Rue Morgue Magazine Mentions 6FtPlus! 


In this year’s Rue Morgue Magazine Halloween issue, they ran an article about “must listen to” horror podcasts. 6FtPlus was among the shows mentioned. Within the article and our show’s segment, I (Monstermatt  Patterson) too, was honorably mentioned. 

Check out the marvelous mag (as they all are, ‘natch) with the sweet Frankenstein’s Monster cover by super artist Nat Jones! Thank you, Rue Morgue! 

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BuffaloNews article about Monstermatt Patterson 


The Buffalo News ran an article on “Yours Drool-ly” for Halloween! Check out the article and see what makes me…ME! 


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Eugene Clark (Big Daddy) Painting 


If you’re a fan of George Romero’s “Land of the Dead” and like Big Daddy Zombie, then this is for you! I had the pleasure of meeting Eugene Clark (a super guy and  all around talent- vocalist, actor, voice over actor, emcee, comedian) at ParaHorrorCarnival in Buffalo, NY. Here’s my painting… 

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Pinhead Painting


I have been a long time fan of Hellraiser and Doug Bradley as the Cenobite Pinhead, since first watching the film on VHS, as a high school junior in 1988. I bought the Screamin’ vinyl model and put it together in my first apartment when I was 19. I used to workout to the Hellbound soundtrack. I loved the music, as it reminded me of Wagner. So, what would happen if I painted the lead Cenobite and met him? Glad you AXED!  

I was an exhibitor at Niagara Falls Comic Con.  I got to meet him and amazing artist Stephanie Ciullo. I first met them in September, but this was different. I was putting my heart on this canvas. 

Doug signed the painting and clowned around to make me less nervous. We talked about our mutual love of the band Ghost. My booth neighbor went with me for some moral support. Meeting your favorite modern day horror icon is a bit overwhelming. 

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Frank Gorshin as The Riddler?


Here is my Frank Gorshin (The Riddler) painting – it’s 16×20 acrylics on canvas panel.  Please enjoy…

“Before you trip over your cape Batman, Riddle me this…”

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Christopher Lee – Curse of Frankenstein 


I decided to paint the late, great Sir Christopher Lee from Curse of Frankenstein. Karloff is my favorite actor to portray the monster. But, Lee’s portrayal is exceptionally creepy and ghastly. I remember seeing the film on a Sunday afternoon, many moons ago. This is acrylics on 16×20 on canvas board. 

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