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Real Nightmares: Behind the Scenes Photos

A Nightmare on Elm Street: Real Nightmares was canned well over a decade ago now, but the internet never forgets. A few years back, previous HL writer John asked for contestants to come forward if they had any information. A year ago, one contestant came forward and offered up some information, but unfortunately they went […]

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Shudder is Finally Available for Xbox One!

Yes! Finally! I’ve been waiting for this for a long time. Despite never actually trying Shudder yet, I subscribed and paid that subscription for a long time when Shudder first arrived. Perhaps as my way of supporting the new company? In any case, I’m not a big fan of watching my entertainment on mobile devices. […]

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Crispin Hellion Motherfuckin’ Glover

Crispin Glover, who finally made an appearance on the latest episode of American Gods, is indeed one of my own personal American Gods. I love that guy. While American Gods is one hell of an interesting show all on its own already (which you should check out if you haven’t yet), and the latest horror […]

Twin Peaks (2017) — First Impressions and Advice for New Fans

Oh my, I’m loving, absolutely loving the new Twin Peaks. It makes me happy in my tummy-tum-tum. It’s so hilarious, wonderfully bizarre, and has an insane amount of cameos. I’m not talking about returning actors and favorite characters, but famous actors in general who clearly just wanted to be in a Twin Peaks episode, popping […]

Horror & Sci-Fi: Helping Us Cope with Reality

I don’t think any other genres can cover social commentary and widespread fears the way storytelling in horror and sci-fi are able to. There’s just something so rich about these genres that allows for the best palette. I think the heightened reality and poignant themes really illustrate complicated issues and ideas well. As pattern-seekers, we’ll […]

Twin Peaks Homework Done — Ready for its Continuation Here in 2017

I don’t think there’s any body of work, in either film or television, that has quite the same cult following as Twin Peaks. Despite knowing this for many years, only now, 27 years after its release, have I finally made the journey. In just the past few days, I binged my way through the first […]

Happy Birthday Joe Bob Briggs! Revisiting MonsterVision

In 1985, then self proclaimed “drive-in critic”, Joe Bob Briggs, launched a one man show in Cleveland titled “An Evening with Joe Bob” (later retitled “Joe Bob Dead in Concert” which can be found quite easily if you know how to Google). The success of this traveling show landed him a gig with TMC hosting […]

These Are a Few of My Favorite Horror Things 2016! Part 2

As we all prepare to bring in the New Year and obsessively focus on our resolutions for a solid week before carelessly abandoning them in lieu of our hedonistic and gluttonous lifestyles, we fondly look back on the past year with less than fond memories. Thankfully, however, our beloved genre has provided us with several […]

The OA is a Masterpiece in its Vision

When I say “The OA is a Masterpiece in its Vision” as opposed to simply “The OA is a Masterpiece,” I choose those words very carefully. Even though I personally consider it to be a masterpiece, I can’t tell you, the reader, that it’s a masterpiece to you or as some objective, universal truth. However, […]

Real Nightmares: A Rat in the Desert

Yesterday I shared with you all a recurring nightmare I had a few years back that truly terrified me. It was one of those dreams you never forget and definitely never shake, but today I wanted to share a different kind of nightmare I used to have a regular basis. Much like with horror movies, […]