Adaptations: The Horror Visible

  As horror loving folk we are called many things, not all of them kind, One thing we are never called is optimistic. Yet I say horror-kind are the most optimistic people you will ever meet. We will watch movie
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The Stars Are Right Again – Lovecraft’s Birthday

  Lovecraft’s Birthday “That is not dead which can eternal lie and with strange eons even death may die” I had fully intended on doing this piece on Lovecraft’s actual birthday. August 20th, 1890. However, once I realized that his
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Goosebumps – The Original Kids Horror?

If you ask anybody from the early 1990s forward to name any kids horror book, chances are they’re going to tell you about the Goosebumps series by R.L. Stine. Stein published the first Goosebumps book (Welcome to Dead House) in
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Killer Clothes

Killer Clothing Today is ‘Take Your Pants for a Walk Day’. Which got me thinking that it would be really creepy and disturbing to see a pair of pants wandering around on it’s own. I’ll spare you the convolutions of
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20 Books of Summer 2017 Reading Challenge

Book cover for Dreamfall by Amy Plum

I’m joining the 20 Books of Summer 2017 Challenge, hosted by 746 Books. It’s a simple challenge – read 20 books this summer. I’m joining it because it’s a chance to bond with some of my fellow bloggers. (Thanks to
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Through the Lens of Terror – Shutters to Shudders

Through the Lens of Terror – Shutters to Shudders   Since it’s first introduction into modern society the camera has been a source of superstition, fun and fear. Some people believed that a picture taken of you could steal your
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Female Sci-Fi Authors Part 1: Canada and Australia

Book cover for Dark Space

When I was working up my post for Juneteenth (African American Science Fiction and Horror Writers), I was pleasantly surprised by how many on the list were female. I honestly wasn’t expecting it to work out that way. So, it’s
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African American Science Fiction and Horror Authors

Book cover for Binti for African American Science Fiction and Horror Authors

Today is somewhat popularly known as Juneteenth. For me, it wasn’t even a holiday I knew existed until I moved to the city. Which is kind of odd, because it’s been around for quite long time now. Juneteenth is the oldest
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Memento Mori

Memorial Day Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day which was originally begun as a remembrance day for the veterans of the Union. The North and the South each had their own remembrance days until they were combined in the
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The Horror Begins – Horror’s Roots

“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear. And the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown.”— H.P. Lovecraft (Supernatural Horror in Literature) When people think of the word ‘Romance’ in regards to book genres
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