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Movies That Stick With You

Welcome to what may be an uncomfortable conversation for one or both of us. It is actually one of the scariest subjects for me and I have goosebumps right now just thinking of it. Have you ever seen a scary or… Continue Reading →

Bring Back More History of Horror!

If you could go to a film school where actors, authors, film editors, critics, scholars, producers and screenwriters explained the importance of movies throughout history, you’d jump at the chance to hear Greg Nicotero, Quentin Tarantino, Stephen King, John Landis, Jason… Continue Reading →

Eli Roth’s Undead History of Horror

“The Zombie Plague has infected the world, as relentless and unstoppable as the flesh-eating undead.” So ends the first episode of this documentary series, hosted by filmmaker Eli Roth.

A Nashville Zombie Walk FAQ

The Nashville Zombie Walk is returning Sunday, October 21st to Nashville’s Public Square and here’s everything you need to know.

Horror Comics are a Family Affair for Andrew Mangum

What if you were married to someone who also worked in the comic book industry? For horror comic illustrator Andrew Mangum, that’s not a “what if” question, the man is living the dream.

Preparing for The Predator

I am cautiously optimistic about The Predator movie, in spite of the by-the-numbers trailer.

A Quiet Place is Not a Thinking Man’s Horror Film

If you haven’t seen A Quiet Place, you might not want to read this article. I’m about to spoil the movie. There really isn’t another way for me to effectively talk about this film. You see, on the surface, it’s an… Continue Reading →

The Amulet of Fear: A Horror Short Film Review

Long time, no see. Welcome back to a new edition of #HauntLife, the blog by a haunter with a twisted point of view. I know it has been a while. Between work, school (working on my Masters) and family, it’s… Continue Reading →

Enjoying the Silence of A Quiet Place

I’ve never heard a movie theater so tense and quiet. A hush was over the rest of the audience, as if the slightest sound could doom the characters on screen. Then something would happen, the tension would break, everyone in… Continue Reading →

On the Road With the Rampage Tour of Destruction

Per Matt Monsters that destroy cities. That was the entire theme of the old-school arcade game, Rampage, which was originally released in 1986 by Bally Midway. The video game became an instant classic as fans of big-screen creature features enjoyed… Continue Reading →

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