A short collection of poems from a variety of poets who prove that “whether you say ghost, genie, or djinn, the tingle in the spine is universal.”
Review if Parasomnia (2008)
This Girl Digs Horror
Any review that can work in references to Lewis Black and Hypnotoad is alright with me.
The Bedbug Horror Movie and 4 Others We Can’t Believe Haven’t Been Made
The Moviefone Blog
“We don’t know for sure, but we’d be willing to bet studios are currently shopping scripts concerning these recent newsmakers: bedbug infestations, oil spills, miners trapped in mines, a vampire-obsessed couple drinking a homeless man’s blood and hoarders.”
Stock Background Characters 101: Nerds, Geeks & Dorks
This is part of an ongoing look at often ignored background characters is slasher films. The introduction to this installment is particularly good in its careful delineation of the differences between Nerd, Geek, and Dork. Sadly, it turns out that I have attributes of all three types.
Halloween Top 10 Lists List
Zombos Closet of Horror
In addition to candy, constumes, and creepy movies, Halloween is the month of horror fan lists. I can’t keep up with them all. But that’s ok, because most of them are listed here.
Flowers of Flesh and Blood
“Why do I, or you, or we, variously enjoy sitting through depictions of torture, murder, agony, fear, unequal threat, malevolent supernatural forces, unstoppable foes, psychological trauma or insanity?” My short short answer is this: Because we ain’t right in the head. For a far more intelligent answer, check out this terrific post.
Musical Moments In Horror History
In it for the Kills
With only three entries, this is a very short history, but I loved every bit of it.
The Great Slasher Research Project of ’10: End of Step 1
And Now the Screaming Starts
The first entry in this completely worthwhile and noble scientific experiment is a list, compiled by horror fans, as to what exactly constitutes a “slasher film.” I can’t wait for stage two!
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