I was playing around on Photoshop yesterday for a new project for this site, and I created the below piece of my labradoodle Karley.
This Halloween, check out my article on the classic horror film, Alien, and three great scenes displaying its perfection.
The Rewatchables is the perfect podcast for those who love movies and especially love to talk about movies.
Some say the fear of heightsWrongly labels the fright:It’s not the peak or drop;We fear the dire stopAt the end of the flight. This cuts too fine a slice:The fear continues to riseThe more one climbs,Far above the linethat assures one's demise. One fears not just one’s fateAt the end of a fall so great,The… Continue reading Acrophobia
The widower who sits In a home for fourWatching, by himself, Her fav’rite film once more The daughter who stares At the wedding portraitWaiting in her room For her father's weekly visit. The young man who fits Like an off-note in a song,In the neighborhood gang, No other place to belong. The woman who prizes… Continue reading The Oak
There's a familiar horror trope that I'll call the Wary Traveler. The traveling protagonist(s) visit an unfamiliar town or region that seems normal at first. As they spend more time in the area, signs emerge that something is eerily abnormal. Perhaps, someone gives them the evil eye, they see an upside-down cross or they're warned… Continue reading Lovecraft Country Melds Supernatural Cosmic Horror and Insidious American Racism
Looking for a book for your July 4th weekend? Check out my review of The Guest List, a suspensful "whodunit" with a twist.
With The Great Quarantine, are you missing book clubs? The Duke and Duchess Podcast may be the next best thing for you. Maybe even better; with this "book club," you don't have to worry about cleaning the house before the book club or picking up empty wine bottles afterwards. The 'cast is hosted by a… Continue reading ‘Casts: Reading Books with The Duke and Duchess Podcast
During the Great Quarantine (as I am calling the current social conditions due to the COVID-19 pandemic), it's often difficult to find new things to occupy our time. After all, how much time can you spend watching Netflix before you've seen everything? (Answer: A lot. There are several lifetime sentences worth of movies, TV shows… Continue reading ‘Casts Section: The New Making It Up Section About Podcasts