[Image of the Day]

Image of the Day: Ghoul-Aid

Things are actually starting to get a little weird on this front. I’ve become a bit obsessed with Ghoul-Aid, which apparently has been discontinued (and I never got to try it). You can find it in candy and Jammers form, but other than vintage packets on eBay, you can no longer find the Ghoul-Aid single

[Interviews]

Interview with Sean Clark

Halloween Love: I’ve been seeing your mug for about as long as I can remember, in terms of DVD special features that is. Maybe as far back as 2005? Do you recall the first DVD you ever appeared on? Your first ever IMDb credit, however, shows 1993. I take it long before ever getting officially

[Fiction]

That Ominous Creak in the Dark

She heard it again, that ominous creak in the dark. With the blackout rendering her bedside lamp powerless, Susan felt trapped in her bed, closed off from escape by the darkness. Fear slowed her mind, but eventually she remembered the flashlight on her phone. She turned on the phone light and the room was bathed

[Real Horror]

I Also Saw the “Tic-Tac” UFO

Like many humans, I’ve seen a UFO. After observing the unusual sight, I made sure to document what I’d seen, as it was very interesting, and I wanted to remember all the details for future reference. I’m glad I did because some of my details closely matched another widely-publicized sighting. I’ve told a few people

[Movies]

5 Horror Anthologies Worth Watching this Halloween

Let’s be honest, Halloween is the best time of year to consume scary things, sometimes of dubious quality, the famous guilty pleasures we all love and know, and sometimes in-a-row marathon, them being highly produced and famous big studio pieces or just some generic horror movies starring groups of not-very-intelligent teenagers hunted down and killed.

[Fiction]

My Top 5 Two-Sentence Horror Stories

I’ve been somewhat addicted to writing two-sentence horror stories over the past couple years. I don’t even spend time trying to come up with them though. They just pop into my head (usually when I’m half asleep) and I make a note of them if I’m not too tired, in which case they disappear into

[Movies]

Mainstream vs Underground Horror

When people think of horror movies, they think of theatrical releases. You know… long lines, popcorn, the rustling of candy bags, and slight mumbling before the movie begins. Going to the movies used to be an experience. Almost as if time stopped and you ventured into another dimension. Of course, because of covid, that experience