Category: Creepy/Horror

Die Monster Die!

The very essence of H.P. Lovecraft comes alive on-screen in this 1960’s horror classic.

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Black Death

A seemingly unstoppable plague has left a remote village untouched. It’s up to Sean Bean and Friends™ to find out what the heck is going on.

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Dark Shadows movie review


Tim Burton serves up a humorous love letter to gothic horror with a 1970′s sheen.

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The Journal of Avery Moore

I love long and intricate stories as much as the next guy, but sometimes you just want a quick yet effective read. The Journal of Avery Moore is exactly that.

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A Serbian Film

A Serbian Film is possibly the biggest troll in cinematic history; it’s so blatantly over the top, it can only be described as a stylized cinematic version of the “Aristocrats” joke.

Note: this article isn’t NSFW in and of itself, but the topics it covers could be considered as such. No spoilers inside.

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Planet of the Vampires mini review

What do you get when you film a movie with actors speaking four different languages, create some cheesy special effects that manage to capture the viewer’s imagination, and throw in some body suits that look like the X-Men movies and Biker Boyz got smooshed together? You get Planet of the Vampires, that’s what.

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The Last Lovecraft: Relic of Cthulhu

You don’t have to be an H.P. Lovecraft fan to enjoy this horror/comedy, but there’s plenty of tidbits for aficionados.

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The Massanutten Incident

As distinguished as Massanutten Military Academy is, there was one area I simply couldn’t be in: the dorms.

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The Echo of Carl Sandburg

In November of 2010, my wife and I visited my parents in North Carolina. One of the things we decided to do was to check out Carl Sandburg’s home, where he did most of his writing and, eventually, where he died.

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How it feels when I’m near a ghost

In an earlier article, I spoke of the first time I encountered the ghost in my childhood home.

The title says it all with this one.

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