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psychological terror

Michael Myers Medley

The Michael Myers series of horror movies began in the 1970s. For horror buffs, we were in heaven. Slashing and stabbing became an art. Now we have a resurrection of the Michael Myers franchise, because after all, you could put… Continue Reading →

Nashville’s Indie Horrors: Guilt/Girl and Inside the House

Behind the neon lights and cowboy hats, far away from the glittering cheapness of Broadway and its myriad honky tonks, something dark is crawling its way out of Music City. While Nashville is known far and wide for its devotion… Continue Reading →

Traumatic Horror Hits Home in Hereditary

Hereditary is disgusting, exploitative and far from the subtle blend of psychological and visual horror we’ve come to expect from A24. With scenes of brutality and gut-wrenching emotional trauma unlike anything the company has produced before, the film is a… Continue Reading →

James Cameron Explores Science Fiction (Among Other Genres)

Remember back in the day when people actually bought DVDs, which highlighted incredible supplemental behind-the-scenes documentaries that explored related topics to their subject matter? Those were the best! Clearly I’m not a big collector, as I haven’t bought a DVD… Continue Reading →

Discussing Nashville Ballet’s The Raven with Chris Stuart

First thing’s first: This isn’t just an interview with Chris Stuart, who is the choreographer for The Raven that recently played at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, but he also happens to be a dear friend of mine, so this… Continue Reading →

What Happened to The Walking Dead?

The Walking Dead has experienced a roller coaster of highs and lows in its storyline throughout 2016. Daryl has joined the Saviors. Carl has become Negan’s apprentice. Maggie, Sasha and Enid are up on Hilltop. Eugene is making bullets. Carol and… Continue Reading →

Goldie’s Top 5 Horror Films of 2016

2016 was a mixed bag when it comes to horror films. There were tons of films that came out, for sure, but only a few that were watchable… and those few that were good were very well done.

The Exorcist Premiere on FOX

Last night, I grabbed some beer out of the fridge and settled in for the reboot of The Exorcist. I was excited, but really didn’t know what to expect. Quite frankly, I had no idea how this could be successfully adapted… Continue Reading →

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.

Trying to Make Sense of The Orphanage

Some low-budget films are hidden gems that take us by surprise. Unfortunately, many are clunky and poorly conceived.

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