‘They Remain’ Provides Dread and Frustration

Starring William Harper Jackson and Rebecca Henderson, They Remain is about two scientists that are helicoptered into a remote location to study strange animal behavior and environmental changes where a Manson-style cult … Continue reading ‘They Remain’ Provides Dread and Frustration

End Of The World & Beginning Of Yuggoth In ‘Providence #12’ On The Wednesday Run

Let’s get to the point: it’s been a long time coming, hasn’t it? Two years next month, in fact. That’s when the first issue of Providence, the first of twelve … Continue reading End Of The World & Beginning Of Yuggoth In ‘Providence #12’ On The Wednesday Run

Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Fangirl Accessories

I am a girl who loves to wear her fandoms. You can keep your gold and your Louis Vuitton. I’ll take a pair of TARDIS earrings and a Totoro purse … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Fangirl Accessories

Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Bloodborne

Playing Bloodborne is like smashing your head against a wall, a very gory, slimy wall, again and again and again and again. It’s hard. You cry out like a Canadian … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Bloodborne

Lucas Mangum’s Hidden Horror Gems – Mariano Baino’s Dark Waters

“I am she that liveth and was dead, and behold, I am alive forevermore and have the keys of Hell and death.” I get chills every time I hear that … Continue reading Lucas Mangum’s Hidden Horror Gems – Mariano Baino’s Dark Waters

31 Days of Horror – Cosmic Horror In The Buffyverse and Angel’s “A Hole in the World”

Joss Whedon’s triumphant summer of Cabin in the Woods and The Avengers follows a line of thought that leads all the way back to the good old “Buffyverse”. Buffy the … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror – Cosmic Horror In The Buffyverse and Angel’s “A Hole in the World”

March Madness – Glenn Walker Takes A Tour Of Arkham Asylum

Arkham Asylum. Now that’s a name that provokes fear and terror for many. Officially named the Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane, the hospital/prison is where many of Gotham … Continue reading March Madness – Glenn Walker Takes A Tour Of Arkham Asylum

H.P. Lovecraft Week: JW Ward on the Lovecraft film you need to see

You want to know why it’s so hard to adapt H.P. Lovecraft stories to film? It’s simple: the concepts of Lovecraft’s stories are too big for most people to see … Continue reading H.P. Lovecraft Week: JW Ward on the Lovecraft film you need to see

H.P. Lovecraft Week – David Ward Wrestles with Madness

From the outset, I wish to claim, with no small significance, that this piece is less a review, bound in reflective passages of indiscriminatory minutiae and personal indulgences, then it … Continue reading H.P. Lovecraft Week – David Ward Wrestles with Madness

H.P. Lovecraft Week: This Is Not Reality – Andy Burns on In The Mouth of Madness

I’m going to let you in on something. One of my biggest fears is that one day I’ll come across something supernatural. A zombie, a vampire, a werewolf, ghost. Whatever. … Continue reading H.P. Lovecraft Week: This Is Not Reality – Andy Burns on In The Mouth of Madness

H.P. Lovecraft Week: Ian Rogers on The Real Ghostbusters — The Collect Call of Cathulhu

My first exposure to H.P. Lovecraft didn’t come from his stories, but rather a cartoon that aired back in the 1980s called The Real Ghostbusters. This was, of course, an … Continue reading H.P. Lovecraft Week: Ian Rogers on The Real Ghostbusters — The Collect Call of Cathulhu