‘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

There Are More Things Unknown Than Known−H.P. Lovecraft Week Starts Here!

There’s nothing quite like the overwhelmingly frightening realization that there are more things unknown in our universe than there are things known. There’s nothing as affecting as the times where … Continue reading There Are More Things Unknown Than Known−H.P. Lovecraft Week Starts Here!