{Film Review} Next Door to Fame: Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Next Door to Fame: Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Reviewed By T.J. Tranchell Quentin Tarantino has been a working filmmaker long enough that a generation of movie-goers have grown up with his work. It is then interesting to note that the second half of his directorial career has all been in the past. … Continue reading {Film Review} Next Door to Fame: Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

{Annie’s Laughing Place} Chum Some of This by T.J. Tranchell

  Chum Some of This By T.J. Tranchell   My wife and I often return to her hometown on or around Independence Day. Early July in her North Idaho hometown is sometimes too hot, sometimes rainy, but mostly a good time. Prior to one trip, I saw that the local single-screen theater would be showing … Continue reading {Annie’s Laughing Place} Chum Some of This by T.J. Tranchell

{Interview} Bram Stoker Award-Winning Author Sara Tantlinger

  Sara Tantlinger is the Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Devil’s Dreamland: Poetry Inspired by H.H. Holmes. She is a poetry editor for the Oddville Press, a graduate of Seton Hill’s MFA program, a member of the SFPA, and an active member of the HWA. Currently, Sara is editing Not All Monsters,an anthology that will be … Continue reading {Interview} Bram Stoker Award-Winning Author Sara Tantlinger

{Book Review} IN THE SCRAPE by James Newman and Mark Steensland

Pages: 108 Published: July 1st 2019 Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Before reading In The Scrape, I've had the pleasure of reading quite a few stories by James Newman. Even though I didn't know who Mark Steensland was, I was confident going into this story because I knew James Newman could write with anyone. He is … Continue reading {Book Review} IN THE SCRAPE by James Newman and Mark Steensland

{Book Review} Primal Terra by Tim Meyer

Pages: 218 Published: June 24th 2019 Publisher: Severed Press Primal Terra is Jurassic Park on steroids. It's a real blast from the prehistoric past. Sink your teeth in this book before it sinks its teeth in you.  I've read most of Tim Meyer's horror books. With each new publication, Meyer's prose keeps getting better. His … Continue reading {Book Review} Primal Terra by Tim Meyer

Five Must-See Horror Cartoons

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZIsSQQy96A BeetlejuiceThe series centered around Beetlejuice and his best friend Lydia. They go on supernatural adventures in the real world (Peaceful Pines in New England) and the Netherworld. The episodes relied heavily on worldplay and slapstick humor. The later episodes were mainly just parodies of famous TV shows, books, and films. One episode was based … Continue reading Five Must-See Horror Cartoons