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Mandy and the Art of Destruction

About the only other recent film to divide audiences as much as Mandy did was Hereditary. I liked them both. I’ll take arthouse horror any day over the 34th creepy doll/nun/possessed child movie. Another Saw? No thanks. Having watched horror movies since the early 1970s, I crave originality and the unexpected. I want something I

I Love Art and I Refuse to Feel Guilty About It

I’ve been putting off writing this article for over a year now, mostly out of just not wanting to poke the bear. My general attitude about subjects to stay away from, is if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all. I’ve remained silent on this topic for a while, ignoring

“Fingers” Nails It

What would you do if living off-grid were nearly impossible? If infrastructure itself were like a city-sized amoeba, reaching out its pseudopods of wires, roads, and plumbing across the Earth? What if, even after running away to a remote spot deep in the woods, you still had to look over your shoulder for fear of

What Are the Oddz? Aurelio Voltaire’s New Album

If you’re anything like me, you have fond memories of Cartoon Network’s Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, following two young children who trick the Grim Reaper into becoming their best friend (which is really how you should be making all your friends). One of the more well-known episodes, Little Rock of Horrors, featured a

Let’s Play HauntHouse!

HauntHouse is a simple “Choose Your Own Adventure” game, with a few twists: Instead of choosing your own, it’ll be our own, meaning that as a group, we’ll vote on the next decision to make together via Twitter polls. Depending on many circumstances, each poll/decision will vary in the time allotted, with some up and

Interview with John Squires: Editor of Bloody Disgusting

If you’ve never heard John’s name before, you’ve no doubt heard of the website in which he edits and writes for, Bloody Disgusting, the biggest and most popular horror site in the world. To put things in perspective, this year, come Halloween season, HL will be celebrating its 10-year anniversary. BD, on the other hand,

Supernatural Has the Best Fans 🧡

At first glance, Supernatural appears to be nothing more than a soap opera for men, or just another cheesy CW drama for teenagers. And for years, that was my assumption, rolling my eyes whenever I skipped past it. But a few years ago, I must have just been in a mood to try something new,

Horror, But Not Horror: Red Dead Redemption II

Red Dead Redemption II is crammed so full of horror, I can’t imagine any horror site going by it without at least an honorable mention. From psychopaths, to serial killers, cults, mad scientists, man-eating beasts, plenty of blood and gore, and maybe even some monsters, this game might have more horror content than some actual

Let’s Talk About Violence

Like most of you in the horror community, I absolutely love simulated violence in movies and games. It’s fun, I think it’s actually healthy, and I make no apologies about it. Real violence of any kind, however, makes me sick to my stomach. Many sports like football and boxing certainly have their criticism, especially concerning

Reviewing The Council: Part Five

See all parts of review here. Part five marks both the final episode of the game and my final review. If you care about not having something spoiled for you, you really shouldn’t be reading a review about the thing before you’ve had a chance to experience that thing yourself in the first place, but