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Kellie’s Diary Volume #1

Kellie’s Diary Volume 1 by Thomas Jenner and Angeline Perkins is an amazing read! There are two different versions of the book available for sale on Amazon. One is a regular novel, while the other is a graphic novel. The content is presumably the same, the only difference is that the graphic novel version features the […]

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The Zombie Cookbook

I don’t have anything but good things to say about The Zombie Cookbook by J.O. Osbourne. This book is full of great, simple recipes that both sound and can be made to look very spooky. I thought it would be a good book to check out prior to Halloween festivities and I was right! This […]

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Movie Review: The Possesion Of Michael King (2014)

WARNING MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS The movie opens with a touching scene of a family picnic. In the next scene we learn of the death of Michael’s wife. Out of  frustration he sets out to make a documentary to prove that supernatural beings (God, the Devil ect…) don’t exist. Michael and his friend/cameraman meet with fortune tellers, Demonologist, priests […]

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The Middle-Beast Syndrome

Have you actually sat through The Exorcist II? No one really likes Exorcist II. No one loves Insidious 2, and they still won’t when part 3 comes out. It’s tough being the middle child in a horror trilogy. Sci-fi? That’s a different story (Aliens, Empire Strike Back, etc). Horror has been less fortunate with trilogies. […]

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Descent of the Dead Issues 1 & 2 Review

Descent of the Dead is an independent comic series by Rich Perez, Rage Ledbetter, and Francis Penavic. The series is published by their company, Tango Unlimited (Also referred to as Tango Comics). The company is based in the Northwestern suburbs of Chicago, but the books are distanced from the both our present day and the the […]

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Little Slices of Death

If I gave you the choice of unloading a clip in a starving zombie or becoming one, I’m sure most would choose the former. It just sounds more fun. If you did want to experience zombification, there is a way to come close to that. As botanists know, you can zombify yourself by eating puffer fish that contain a certain […]

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Zombies: A Record of the Year of Infection

Zombies: A Record of the Year of Infection was presented as being the collected field notes of Dr. Robert Twomby. From the beginning, the book is written as if it were a combination journal and research note collection. We find out that Dr. Twomby was a blood specialist and that he was an avid bird […]

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The Birth of Frankenstein: Ken Russell’s Gothic Hallucination

Laudanum, leeches, orgies and a decapitated pig. Not exactly what comes to mind when you think of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. For my first classic review as a guest here, I am honored to dive into Ken Russell’s Gothic (1986). Russell was a polarizing master of disturbing, nonsensical imagery. Gothic explores the night Mary Shelley conceived her […]

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