An essay on The King of Horror on his birthday
A sampling of the ladies who are keeping the genre fresh and rotten!
“It’s 1868, and Bram, at 22 years old, has locked himself inside a desolate tower to face off against a vile and ungodly beast. Desperate to leave a record of what he has witnessed, Bram scribbles out the events that led him here — a childhood illness, a haunting nanny, stories once thought to be fables now proven true.”
Get your popcorn ready!
The Queen of Nightmarish Conjurings stops by to chat all things creepy…
“I realized I liked being scared.”
Why’d it take us so long to see this one!?
In this country’s current political, social and conscious landscape, we are seeing uprisings and hearing voices louder than ever when it comes to injustices in the workplace, sexual harassment, abuse and inequality. Whether the hot button at hand is race, gender or political party, it’s been a very eye-opening last few years in America. And…