Halloween Love

October Mood Music 2019: Part One

Tuesday, October 1st: Creepshow OST (1982) Recommended track for a Halloween Party: ANY! Composed by John Harrison, this album means a lot to me as it’s the score for one of my favorite films, my father and I used to try to learn riffs together from it, it helps keep me pumped and focused when

The Best TV Anthologies of All Time

This is my list; there are many like it, but this one is mine; I worked really hard on it and I hope you enjoy it. If I completely forgot to even mention a great anthology series, please do suggest it in the comments below. But, beyond that, remember, a list is only a personal

#PumpkinLog Entry #8: The End

See all Pumpkin Log entries here on HL or Twitter πŸ’€πŸ’€πŸ’€ They didn’t make it. 😒 Beyond all the stuff that happened to them as I last reported, it looks like I simply planted them too late in the season. I planted them at least 1 month too late, if not 2-3 months too late!

A Taste of Texas Part 4

Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2. The year was 1986, and it was coming. My first indication of it was not Fangoria, surprisingly enough. I used to devour each issue as it came out, but for some reason the only store near me that carried it was getting shorted its copies or not getting it at all,

[Creator Corner]

Sinkhole: A Horror Story

Horror writers are often asked where we get our ideas from. In many cases, we can’t actually give you an answer that’s 100% accurate. That’s because there are so many different elements that go into writing a book, and we’re all influenced daily by the things around us. With my latest book, Sinkhole: A Horror

[Creator Corner]

“I Was a Teenage BoJo” Spooky Mix Tape 2019 – Halloween Playlist

BoJo is back with this year’s spooky mixtape, titled “I Was a Teenage BoJo”! This is the perfect soundtrack for your ghastly transition from your normal human form into the new monstrous spooky being you become in October. As usual, this sound mix spans genres from rock, pop, instrumental, and soundtrack while also avoiding the

[Creator Corner]

Halloween Boy β€” A Year-round Holiday Story

Like any kid, I liked Halloween as much as you’re supposed to. Come October 1st, I picked out a wacky costume, geared up for thirty or so days and then walked the streets filling a bag or bucket with candy that would probably only get half eaten. Then, on November 1st, it was over, I

A Taste of Texas Part 3

Note: If you have not read parts one and two of this column, please do so here and here first. Now I had my very own VHS copy of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. My Holy Grail of horror films. It was mine to keep forever. To say I was in Heaven was an understatement. The fact

I Love Creepshow

The title really says it all, but I’ll elaborate. I must have been 11 or 12 when I first watched Creepshow. My grandmother had rented some scary movies for me in early October of that year and most of them were classics I’d seen before. One film in that stack though was new to me,

🍾πŸ₯‚πŸŽ‰ HL Turns 10! β€” Fondest Halloween Memories?

It’s been a decade now since I first started Halloween Love. In all that time, the project never went Big Timeβ„’ (though I always try and offer people big time fun) or made a single penny of profit. Thankfully, passion was always the primary goal, and the idea of profit barely an afterthought, otherwise I