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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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Sian Harries Spotlight Artist Of The Week

This week’s Spotlight Artist is the talented Sian Harries.  Sian, a resident of South Wales, creates fantastic portraits of our favorite horror icons.  Sian’s artwork is created with acrylics on paper. She tends to avoid using any professional equipment, including paint brushes and prefers to paint with whatever is close at hand.   Sian’s artwork can be purchased […]

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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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Artist Spotlight Painter Matt Rich

This week’s Artist is talented painter and musician, Matt Rich. Matt, a resident of Bristol UK,  primarily works with acrylic paint on canvas. His wonderful Walking Dead piece is originally what caught my eye but after looking at more of his work I was left truly impressed. “My artworks explores famous, infamous or cult personalities usually with a […]

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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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