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Let’s Talk About IT: Part II 🎈

Thank you Stephen King and Steven Weber. Thank you for the best storytelling experience, of any medium, I’ve ever had. My face is still dried out with tears as I write this. Thank you Stephen for writing the damn thing of course, and thank you Steven for the 45-hour-long reading! That’s right, I only made

Complete List of Monsters That IT Took the Form Of 🎈

I’ve finally finished the book, carefully making note of all the monsters that IT appears as throughout. Hopefully this manages to be the complete, definitive list. Please let me know if I somehow missed anything! Clown Shark (from JAWS — my personal favorite and the fear that IT would use against me) Frankenstein’s Monster Dracula

[Creator Corner]

New Horror Novel: The Haunting of Cabin Green

In 2007, I took a vacation to a small green cabin in Northern Michigan. The setting inspired me, and I wrote most of the first draft of The Haunting of Cabin Green: A Modern Gothic Horror Novel while sitting inside the cabin. During the next 10 years, I launched a career as a Dark Art

Let’s Talk About IT 🎈

IT. Oh boy, is there so much I want to talk about. I’ve had so many excited thoughts about IT going on over the past month or so in bits and pieces: the book, the TV movie, and the theatrical movie. Pieces that I might not have enough to say about respectively in order to

[Bite-sized Horror]

Kickstarter Campaign for Mobile Horror Bookstore

UPDATE — Unfortunately, the Kickstarter campaign failed and a new one has been launched here. It’s been a while since I posted about a horror-related Kickstarter campaign, which is sad because we love Kickstarter ’round here, but in my case at least, I haven’t been keeping up because I don’t have any disposable income that

Comic Book Review – Trick ‘r Treat: Days of the Dead

By the time writer/director Michael Dougherty’s Halloween horror anthology Trick ‘r Treat was released in 2009, it had already become something of a legend. Due to the delay in release, a graphic novel adaptation and even an action figure of the main villain were available to purchase before the movie could actually be seen, and

[Guest Post]

Best. Dracula Movie. EVER.

Everybody has their favorite vampire movie. They’re great on Halloween. They’re great on Valentine’s Day. Since before the first “Talkies” hit the Hollywood screen, Bram Stoker’s “Dracula” novel has terrorized the minds of readers while defining the horror genre. It has inspired countless theater and film adaptations since its publication in 1897. In the past,

[Bite-sized Horror]

Hannibal: It’s Time to Meet Dolarhyde

Possible spoilers ahead… Hannibal, while striking its own levels of excellence based solely on its own merits, also has come closer than any of the other Hannibal Lecter films to capturing the truly brilliant atmosphere of the original film Manhunter, a film that I haven’t been shy about calling my most favorite film in all