There’s a special little subgenre of films that I like to call “accidentally awesome.” They’re awful, yet in spite of every terrible choice their creators make, they manage by some unnamable, unreproducible alchemy to become schlocktastic gold—hilarious, and even charming… Continue Reading →
Scratch any fairytale, and beneath the surface lurks a horror story. Monsters, murder, and mayhem abound in them. In the case of Little Red Riding Hood, you don’t even need to scratch; the horror is front and center. Red Riding… Continue Reading →
Watch this space! We’ll be participating in the So Bad It’s Good Blogathon hosted by Taking Up Room.
Ah, St. Patrick’s Day, when most people’s fancies turn to thoughts of corned beef, green beer, and leprechauns, and mine turn to thoughts of…Neolithic and Bronze Age monuments. Whether you believe the ancient stone circles, dolmens, cairns, and passage tombs… Continue Reading →
At first blush, The Awakening (2011), a gorgeous period horror movie set in 1921 England, and Housebound (2014), a quirky horror-comedy set in modern New Zealand, have nothing in common, except that they are both ostensibly ghost stories. But both… Continue Reading →
Sage advice, especially if you have siblings. Happy Halloween!