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Like a Puppet on Strings

Directors Brian Gerson and Joseph R. Davis’ third short horror film, Puppet, has gained some recognition in some of the small film festivals both domestically and abroad. It won Best Makeup in the First Quarter Enginuity Film Festival and was… Continue Reading →

American Horror Story: Cult, Send in the Clowns.

I don’t even know where to begin with this season of American Horror Story. It’s divisive, it’s already boring and unintentionally humorous. So, what is this season about? It’s about an extreme leftest who is triggered into being unable to… Continue Reading →

After a Summer of World-Class Fandom Conventions in Nashville, Can Wizard Deliver?

It is fair to say these days that Nashville is a city by which many things can be measured. Like the exploding food scene, hospitality industry, real-estate boom, and so much more going on in Music City, the fandom community… Continue Reading →

The Monster Project Faux-Documentary Review

Welcome back to a new review here on #HauntLife, the blog by a haunter just looking to share the world of horror and pop culture. This week, I am reviewing the 2017 film The Monster Project by Director Victor Mathieu… Continue Reading →

Wizard World Brings Comic Con to Music City

Welcome back to this week’s edition of #HauntLife. With Wizard World Nashville only a few days away, I thought it would be awesome to get your nerd blood pumping with my preview of this comic con.

Death Note: A Film Worth Writing About

Let me start out by saying I have never read the source material for Death Note. When I saw the trailer early this spring, I was immediately interested. I am in no way a fan of anime, so subtle changes… Continue Reading →

Apocalypse Rising: A Dragon Con Interview With Shannon Chesnut

Per Matt When the end of the world arrives, will you be ready? Whether it’s due to a Zombie Apocalypse, a Sharknado, an invasion of little green men or you’re simply a doomsday prepper getting ready for the world to… Continue Reading →

Remembering Romero

The horror genre has seen so many innovators craft it into a wide-ranged spectacle of terror. Filmmakers such as Wes Craven and John Carpenter spearheaded the slasher subgenre and created other classics for horror fans. But one particular genre cannot… Continue Reading →

Horror Movies Become Must-See TV

It seems like the new trend in horror television is to take great horror films and turn them into TV shows.

Friday the 13th: The Game Has Some New Content and a Purple Jason

Welcome back to #Hauntlife. I am your haunting host, Jason, and I am going to give you my review of the new content released on June 20th for Friday the 13th: The Game.

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