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urban legend

Remembering Art Bell’s Legacy

Per Matt Friday the 13th usually occurs twice a year, generally conjuring up a variety of meanings to different people, including unlucky superstitions, religious connotations and even a horror movie franchise. But after Friday, April 13th will sadly include a… Continue Reading →

Netflix’s Veronica Makes Bold Statements, But Does It Deliver?

Welcome back to #HauntLife. This week, I am going to take a look at the film Veronica, which released on February 26th. Ever since its release, media outlets have hailed it as the scariest movie made, and it is one… Continue Reading →

Kholat Brings History and Horror Together

Welcome back to a new episode of #HauntLife. This week I am reviewing the indie survival horror game, Kholat, on PC. This game is available on Steam, Playstation 4 and Xbox One, so be sure to check it out if… Continue Reading →

Ghosts of the South in Charleston, SC

There’s a certain charm that comes from visiting the Deep South in the spring and summer. The air is thick, humid and full of the aromas of fried foods and blooming flowers. Kudzu and Spanish moss wage war with one… Continue Reading →

Is The Curse of Oak Island Any Closer to Being Solved?

If there’s one thing The Curse of Oak Island resolved in the two-hour season finale, it’s that Marty, Rick and the rest of the treasure-hunting crew keep getting closer… but to what? For the most part, the only answers they’re… Continue Reading →

The Babysitter Revisits Classic Horror

Welcome back to this week’s installment of #HauntLife. Today, I am going to review the horror short, The Babysitter, from writer/director Nick Sicurella. Since it is a short, I am going to give a full spoiler of the entire film, so be… Continue Reading →

Scary Christmas Everyone! A Review of Krampus

Welcome back to another fun-filled episode of #hauntlife. This time around, I am going to be reviewing the 2015 film, Krampus, starring Adam Scott, Toni Collette, Emjay Anthony and Dave Koechner.

Digging the Mystery of Oak Island

As the Lagina Brothers dig into the complex, multilayered 200-year-old mystery that lies below Oak Island, numerous clues, theories and circumstantial evidence have all been presented (many of which have been disproved), along with a decent amount of documentation that has backed up… Continue Reading →

The Blair Witch Frightens a New Generation

Per Matt Halloween horror arrives early as the Blair Witch returns to frighten audiences like it was 1999.

The Blair Witch Still Haunts Us Today

A little over 17 years ago, The Blair Witch Project hit theaters and went on to earn more than 330 times its sub-million-dollar budget at the box office. The movie has become a standout success in the horror genre.

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