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Horror, But Not Horror: Homecoming

Wow. Homecoming is a masterpiece, and I almost passed it over. From the trailer (the one I had seen at least), and from the description, it really didn’t do it justice. My expectations of what this was going to be were wildly wrong. I only decided to give it a chance because it was new,

5 Facts From Walking Dead Episode “What Comes After”

1. Rick is still alive. Despite this episode being highly rated among critics and fans alike, many fans in the community are still pretty upset. A lot of people feel duped, with the whole red herring that Rick was going to finally meet his ultimate demise, though we find out that isn’t the case after

List of Creepypastas that Channel Zero is Based On

Since the very first episode of Channel Zero, I’ve been amazed and hooked. The show is phenomenal in every way. The basic premise is to take popular creepypastas, which are essentially just short fiction stories posted online in interesting ways, and flesh them out into grand productions in the form of 6-episode, high quality seasons

Ash vs Evil Dead Review + Giveaway

How strange it is to be discussing Ash vs Evil Dead in retrospect, something that was so surreal to have ever existed in the first place. After the show ended, I already shared my thoughts pretty thoroughly. The show itself was amazing, from beginning to end, but my biggest take-away personally, was that I really

Castle Rock Season Finale: Is “The Kid” Good or Evil?

At the end of the season one finale of Castle Rock, we’re left with two options that the creators of the show leave to our own interpretation: Option A. He’s evil. After being forced into the woods at gunpoint by white Henry, black Henry is able to overtake him and get the gun. We then

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Is Season 4 of Fear the Walking Dead the Best of Either Show?

I’ve watched and greatly enjoyed both shows from the very first air dates of their pilots, straight threw to The Walking Dead‘s season 8 finale and into Fear the Walking Dead‘s 4th season. While I don’t even necessarily share in the criticism that many fans have expressed with the last couple seasons of the main

Tales From The Blake – Issue #3

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Tales From The Blake, where I discuss happenings and such that are currently going on in the horror genre and possibly share a small story from childhood. This week’s issue, though, is totally a review roundup. I’ll give you my verdict about some recently released horror films

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Tales From The Blake – Inaugural Issue

Hello fellow Halloween Love readers and welcome to the first edition of my guest column that I like to call Tales From The Blake. In this inaugural issue I’ll be talking about what references could possibly be in the new Halloween film; I talk about the newly released independent film entitled Stillwater and give you

The Oscars: Women and Black People and Horror Movies, Oh My!

The Oscars have come under a lot of fire in recent years for their lack of diversity. Last week’s show appears to be the most diverse award show held yet. This of course is nothing new that I’m reporting here, as there’s been no shortage of coverage of these issues. I’m seeing plenty of coverage

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