The Science of Stephen King: Book Review

The Science of Stephen King: The Truth Behind Pennywise, Jack Torrance, Carrie, Cujo, and More Iconic Characters from the Master of Horror by Meg Hafdahl and Kelly Florence Brought to you by the authors of The Science of Monsters and The Science of Women In Horror, we’re about to dive into The Science of StephenContinue reading “The Science of Stephen King: Book Review”

A Playlist For An Exorcist

“The Exorcist” Possessed “Unleashed men of sin Hatred hell within Sinners hate will die The Exorcist I can see the light I don’t want to burn Help me save my soul Let me live” In 1985, death metal band Possessed recorded and released their debut album, Seven Churches, while lead singer and bassist Jeff BecerraContinue reading “A Playlist For An Exorcist”

Fear and the Factor of Money

The questions usually come up during some sort of gathering like a slumber party, asking if you would be willing to eat something gross or perform an embarrassing stunt. If you say no, someone would bring up the hypothetical, “What if someone gave you a million dollars to do it?” Then eating a bug orContinue reading “Fear and the Factor of Money”

Maine To Colorado Road Trip Playlist- Songs Inspired By Stephen King

“The Carpet” He Is Legend “Take a second to let it all sink in That you only call me when you’ve been drinking I’ve gotta curb your way of thinking I’m not gonna hurt you I’m gonna bash your brains in.” Severely underrated band He Is Legend released their fourth album, Heavy Fruit, in 2014,Continue reading “Maine To Colorado Road Trip Playlist- Songs Inspired By Stephen King”

Playlist Of The Living Dead

“Night Of The Living Dead” The Misfits  “Stumble in some ambulance so  Pre-dawn corpses come to life  Armies of the dead surviving  Armies of the hungry ones” The Misfits’ single “Night Of The Living Dead” was released at their Halloween show at Irving Plaza in 1979, with the B-sides “Where Eagles Dare” and a coverContinue reading “Playlist Of The Living Dead”

The 13th Anniversary Of Whitechapel’s The Somatic Defilement

We have a birthday in the house! A beast of an album is a teenager now! Deathcore pioneers Whitechapel released their debut album The Somatic Defilement on July 31, 2007.  The band from Tennessee take their name from the East London district of Whitechapel, where eleven vicious unsolved murders took place between 1888-1891, “the WhitechapelContinue reading “The 13th Anniversary Of Whitechapel’s The Somatic Defilement”

Music To Be Murdered By

American Psycho American Psycho is probably one of the first movies that comes to mind when you think of music in horror movies and rightfully so. I’ll be the first to admit that I still dance like Patrick Bateman (Christian Bale) whenever Huey Lewis & The News “Hip To Be Square” comes on.  “I thinkContinue reading “Music To Be Murdered By”

Diary Of The Dead- “There Will Always Be People Like You”

Content warnings: true crime, shock websites, animal cruelty, police brutality George Romero has said of his zombie movies that they are, “just sort of snapshots of the time they were made.” His fifth zombie movie, Diary Of The Dead was released in the United States on February 22, 2008, and we’re still living in thatContinue reading “Diary Of The Dead- “There Will Always Be People Like You””

The Dwellings Of Horror Fans In Horror Movies

More than most other genres, science-fiction and horror have the power of merchandising on their side. Posters, shirts, costumes, toys and action figures, pins, flamethrowers (the kids love that one). Conventions and websites have allowed fans to discover companies and artists and collectors items to add to personal collections. Maybe you have a shelf setContinue reading “The Dwellings Of Horror Fans In Horror Movies”