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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

Ouija: Origin of Evil – Film Review

Two years ago a horror movie called Ouija was released into theaters, it was met with a heavy negative critical response so I never saw it. The movie made ten times its budget back in the U.S. alone, however, so a sequel was inevitable. Thankfully, that’s all you as an audience need to know going

To Stream or Not to Stream? Haunt

Presumably referring to the criticism being heaped upon his latest film, Deliver Us from Evil, writer/director Scott Derrickson tweeted something out over the weekend, which really stuck with me. “A good movie doesn’t have to reinvent the wheel,” he wrote, “but it does have to roll it well.” What Derrickson was essentially saying is that

The Philip Experiment: The True Story That Inspired ‘The Quiet Ones’

Horror returns to the big screen this coming weekend with The Quiet Ones, the latest production from legendary company Hammer Films. Co-written and directed by John Pogue – who previously wrote Ghost Ship and wrote/directed Quarantine 2: Terminal – the film centers on a university professor and a team of students who attempt to use