Goody Whiteadder retired to her bedchambers for the evening, anxious to consult with her Scripture. She was feeling mightily poorly, having been terribly thrown by the horrifying offerings at that night’s meal. What had her slave been thinking, serving mashed … Continue reading Werewolves 43: Witch Trials – Day Three
I first discovered Bizarre TV in 2014 when I was searching channels on my newly purchased Roku 2 player. It was found among the plethora of free channels (apparently, it doesn’t take much to meet requirements to own a … Continue reading Bizarre TV: A Celebration of the Weird
This article was originally published on the Disqus version of the Avocado in October 2017. The original version of the article, as well as its comments, can be found here. As we move into fall, it’s time to break out … Continue reading Where Does Modern Horror Begin?
This article was originally published on the Disqus version of the Avocado in September 2017. The original version of the article, as well as its comments, can be found here. On October 10, 2007, Valve Corporation released the Orange Box, … Continue reading Remembering Team Fortress 2, a Magnificent Disaster
Superstore has some fun, and some not-so-fun, Halloween hijinks. Continue reading Superstore: S03E05 “Sal’s Dead”
Alfred Hitchcock’s magnum opus Vertigo appears to tell the same story twice. However, there’s a very good and incredibly brilliant reason for this. Before we get to the discussion, we should run through of the plot. After acrophobic cop John … Continue reading Once More With Feeling – The Brilliance Of Vertigo
**Click Here for FAQ & links to previous threads** The Saturday Evening Post has been running since 1821 and is still going today, albeit now only published bimonthly. With the majority of the readership being the American middle class, the magazine is a … Continue reading Let’s Read The Saturday Evening Post from August 8, 1964!
Michiko & Hatchin’s strengths lie in it’s surprising depth of character of the two leading ladies. Continue reading Anime Worth Watching: Michiko & Hatchin
10/26/2017 – George A. Romero: Survival of the Dead (2009) Directed by George A. Romero Earlier this year, we lost one of the true horror innovators. There are very few people who can lay claim to basically inventing an entire … Continue reading Month of Horror 2017: Dealer’s Choice – George A. Romero: Survival of the Dead