The site is going through changes but the theme of horror remains the same. Horror from the gaming world (pen/paper to cards to that thing that made NAME EDITED almost throw up on Steam) to Comics (30 Days!) to tv/movies, and even the occasional book. All that and guest writers?! How cool. Can’t wait.
If it’s horror—it’ll be here.
What I’m Reading Now
Pimp — you’ve seen it from Chappelle and I have to say, it is the best book on business (especially entertainment and dare I say Higher Ed?!) I’ve seen in a very long time.
Things I might have said…
Ricky’s Back Yard
Tag Archives: horror
Long time no see. I’ve been busy doing that ‘review for pay’ job I’m a bit fond of, but it’s back to my own review for a quick look at Conjuring 2. Conjuring 2 is the movie The Witch should … Continue reading
Before my almost non-existent horror video blogs are boycotted, let me start out by saying, “I like The Witch”. I think it was well done. I think the writing and the acting and everything in between was well done. It … Continue reading
Zombie movies. How I love them. I seriously think the only movie genre that can trump a zombie movie is the possession genre. I haven’t seen anything worth mentioning on the possession end, but darn if I didn’t find a … Continue reading
I’m back in Canada for a bit and that means my VPN is stuck on Netflix US. I’m not sure why Netflix Canada has such a poor selection of horror (or even non-horror…). One great gem that is now trending … Continue reading
I’ve been busy a bit. A new magazine launch will do that for you (not to mention the letters of applications that are being sent out to universities. Oh, the life of a recent PhD!). I am never too busy … Continue reading
Hellraiser. This movie made me love the bad guys. Tell me you didn’t cheer for the Cenobites. Tell me that you actually liked the vacant headed heroine of the movie. This movie, quite simply, builds like a great orgasm. Okay, … Continue reading
The one movie that really scared the crap out of me as a kid was Alien. This movie changed my idea of what science fiction could be and what horror could open up. The facehugger pictured here is the reason … Continue reading