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
The last time I had the pleasure of interviewing Director Jeremiah Kipp was in January 2015 for my blog here. Jeremiah Kipp is a talented, multi-faceted director and I wanted … Continue reading Marie Gilbert’s Interview of Director Jeremiah Kipp
On this week’s episode of “The Librarians” there were disappearing students, stalking gargoyles, a dimensional rift, and a tentacle monster. And you thought finals were the worst part of college.
HBO’s “True Detective” is not what it sounds like. It’s more of a twisting of genre expectations like Quentin Tarantino’s True Romance or Pulp Fiction in that way. Oh, it’s … Continue reading True Detective – HBO’s New Edge
Science-fiction horror has had a rocky ride. It’s a genre filled with classics like The Thing and Pitch Black, and clunkers like “Doom”. But even if opinion on its artistic … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: At the Mountains of Space Madness – Prometheus as Lovecraft
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
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
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!
Neonomicon: Issues 1–4 Avatar Press Writer: Alan Moore Artist: Jacen Burrows In 1927, HP Lovecraft published a long essay entitled “Supernatural Horror in Literature”, which contains the well-known quote: “The … Continue reading Are You Kidding Me? – David Ward on Moore and Burrows’ Neonomicon (Spoiler Alerts)