Tag Archive: literature

TV Review: ‘The Haunting of Bly Manor’

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In 2018, the acclaimed horror filmmaker Mike Flanagan created a mini-series for Netflix based off of the literary classic the Haunting of Hill House. It was easily one of the greatest things I… Continue reading

My Summer Reading of 2020

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As summer draws to a close I, being the nerd I am, chose to spend it with my nose in a book as per usual. Haunting my local libraries, comic shops, and independent… Continue reading

Spotlight On: Peter Straub

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His mother wanted him to be a wholesome minister, but Peter Straub became something else entirely. He had a passion for writing which he pursued but did not find much of note. That… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Invited’ by Jennifer McMahon

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Over the past few years Jennifer McMahon has solidly cemented herself as one of the best authors in horror. She has a knack for beautifully crafting supernatural tales which will keep any reader… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Troop by Nick Cutter’

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Most of us at some point have been exposed to the thought-provoking classic Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Acclaimed horror author, Nick Cutter, must have read it and thought it needed… Continue reading

Book Review: The Siren and the Specter

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On the banks of the Rappahannock River stands the infamous Alexander House. For centuries it has built a reputation as one of the most haunted houses in America. As the tale goes, a… Continue reading

5 Female-Driven Thrillers to Read

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The Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein (2005) I’m a sucker for creepy tales set in boarding schools and this one did not disappoint. A young woman starts to think that there may be… Continue reading

Greatest Women of Horror

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We are in February which is known to many movie fans as Women in Horror Month. This is the month we pay tribute to the women who have have terrified us and given… Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Hunger’ by Alma Katsu

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The ill-fated group of pioneers known as, the Donner Party have become infamous throughout history, as the stranded group resorted to depravity and cannibalism to survive. The snow covered landscape filled with blood… Continue reading

Frankenstein 200th Anniversary

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The world of the early 19th century brought with it; war, revolution, and fast-paced scientific advancement. It is in this world that an 18 year old girl would come up with an idea… Continue reading