Author Archive | Greg Kershaw


Plot vs. Gore…Can We Not Have Both?

I was watching a terrifying movie the other day and I made a realization.  I will not name movies here because I do not want to throw anyone under the bus, but I realized it feels as though gore and plot have become mutually exclusive.  Now, don’t get me wrong, I love gore.  I love […]

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More Hannibal? Don’t Hold Your Breath

More Hannibal?  Who wants it?  I know that I do.  Yes, season 3 ended in a fairly satisfying way, but just released an interview with Hugh Dancy who plays Will Graham in the ground breaking series and basically, don’t get your hopes up for new episodes any time soon. “My feeling is that, knock […]

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Can You Guess My Name?

I have been doing a number of articles on fairy tales.  I think that the Grimm Brothers especially are phenomenal story tellers and the two of the originators of the horror genre.  Their characters range from witches and anamorphic animals to princes and queens.  In my opinion, however, one of their best characters is a […]

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Jack the Stripper – Not a Typo

Everyone knows the name Jack the Ripper.  The serial killer who was never captured from the 1800s in London; however, there is a much less publicized killer from England dubbed Jack the Stripper.  Like his near-namesake, he slaughtered prostitutes, was never captured, and the killings ceased on their own for an unknown reason.   Between […]

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The Grimm Sleeper – A Modern Serial Killer

I have thought about how to close out this year of absolute insanity.  So many deaths!  Musicians, actors, politicians…nobody was safe from 2016!  So I thought that instead of a list of bests or worsts (although those are always fun and interesting) I will focus on the umbrella theme of this year: death.  There was […]

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The Little Mermaid – Pain, Love, and Death

Years ago, when I was in school, the entirety of students were shuffled into the gym for a long-forgotten reason, sat down on the hard, wooden floor and “The Little Mermaid” was projected for us all to watch.  I think that my favorite part of this Disney version was the singing seagull who walloped through the […]

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Krampus: The Christmas Demon

It’s been in vogue the past couple of years to address Santa’s counterpart, Krampus.  Cartoon appearances, a few movies (one of which was a major motion picture), t-shirts and sweaters, various other media are all filling up with this Christmas Demon.  But, where did he come from?  Why did he disappear? And why is he […]

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