"We better go," said Jimmy. Mitch the monkey was hitting Jason with his mask, but Leatherface had found the monkey's weakness. His strings. One by one he was cutting them with his chainsaw. Their brief respite was soon to end.
They raced up the stairs, and into a hallway. "Which door gets us out of here?" asked Jimmy. They could hear the buzz of the chainsaw coming up the stairs.
Zoc pulled the nearest door open. They ran into a dark room. Steve Brown turned on his pocket flashlight, and flashed it around the room. They were momentarily startled by what they found. Dracula, the Wolf Man, and the Frankenstein monster glared at them from the darkness.
"Great, more monsters!" cried Glenor.
"Wait a minute," said Zoc. "That's the Lugosi Dracula, and it's Chaney's Wolf Man, and, yes, the Frankenstein monster is the Karloff version."
"I really liked Glenn Strange as the monster," said Steve Brown. Mike Mercury nodded his head in agreement. "More brute terror, less pathos."
"They are robots, too." said Zoc. "What is this place?"
"Remember that film, Westworld?" said Steve Brown. "Maybe this is the horrorworld version, and just like in the film, the robots went berserk?"
"With all that nihilistic, grisly torture and death cinema of the helpless-styled horror these days, I don't wonder," said Zoc. "Perhaps the incessant need for sequels burned out their quality-control circuits."
"Hey, look," said Glenor. "These robots are key wound."
"What?" said Steve Brown. He walked behind Frankenstein. "You're right, they are."
"I suppose Universal hasn't gotten round to updating them yet," said Zoc. "I wonder..." He started winding up the Wolf Man.
"What are you doing?" asked Mike Mercury. "Are you crazy? We don't need more monsters!"
The Wolf Man came to life, and started howling. He looked around at them, snarling, and raising his claws.
"Go get those annoying creatures on the stairs," said Zoc. The Wolf Man howled again, and leaped out of the room.
"How'd you know?" asked Steve Brown.
"The classics," said Zoc, "you can never go wrong with the classics." He quickly wound up Dracula and the Frankenstein monster, and they stormed out of the room to enter the fight.
"That should buy us some time," said Zoc. "Which reminds me, that Heroes of Horror DVD captures Lugosi's, Chaney's, and Karloff's careers so well, doesn't it?."