Growing up, I remember going to my grandmother’s house on weekends with my mom. Rural Tennessee is not the easiest path to travel, so getting there was sometimes an ordeal, not for the faint of heart. While summertime was not… Continue Reading →
Per Matt Fighting a relentless, faceless killer is one thing, but battling a herd of creepy children is even worse. Enter Clive Barker’s The Plague.
Monsters come in all shapes and sizes. In South Florida — all the way north to Central Florida! — that invasive species without a known predator is the Burmese python, which is currently slithering around, wiping out entire populations of… Continue Reading →