Current Read! Today I Picked up Thomas Harris’ Novel, Silence of the Lambs—Wow.

I guess I should’ve known—-since the film is such a masterpiece. But, that doesn’t always mean the book is such a masterpiece. But it is, too. And it’s damn frightening. I’m leaving lights on, now, even during the daytime. 😳☠️🔪🦋

Let’s revisit…The Silence of the Lambs…


What’s on the tube? Darling–Stylish Black & White Horror with Bright Pink Credits…Trailer, Posters…

I make it a point not to review film–or any other “art” for that matter. The reason is that art is a subjective experience that can, if done well, also be a universal experience. I wish not to taint the intelligence of the art-viewing, art-experiencing public. I recommend this film. I will say only that.

Reblog: Dead By Midnight—A Love Letter to the Retro-Horror Anthology…


“I love horror anthologies, so when I had the opportunity to watch Dead By Midnight (11pm Central), I was thrilled. And I have to say, I was thoroughly impressed. It’s a wildly entertaining collection of cautionary tales that brilliantly executes the creative potential of the anthology format.

Dead By Midnight (11pm Central) is a collection of 6 stories – five separate short segments with one comprehensive plot tying them together. The description is as follows:

It’s Halloween at WKIZ when the malicious Mistress of Midnight arrives to host her annual horror movie marathon ‘Dead by Midnight’. When the WKIZ staff begins disappearing only to turn up in the increasingly darker films, it’s up to line producer Candice Spelling to stop the Mistress of Midnight before her final and most diabolical film goes to air.

And check out this awesome poster design!

Each of the anthology chapters have a great premise and a solid execution. There’s honestly not a weak entry among them.

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What’s on the Tube? A Clever Throwback to 1980s VHS Horror from IFC Midnight!

Rue Morgue! Check Out the new issue coming May 1!


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