July 23, 2019

In the 1960s and 1970s, an assortment of Exploitation films hit the screen, and throughout the years, I have enjoyed a variety of them, including modern ones like Devil’s Rejects. The most recent, for me, is Trespassers (2019) where Orson Oblowitz takes us on a journey pulling in elements from Sexploitation and Splatter. The opening…

July 22, 2019

Soul to Keep (2015) was recommended to me. I wasn’t sure what to expect, but I figured since it’s on Netflix, I’d be only losing the time. The Title Sequence sketches are amazing, so I kept watching. It starts as a typical teen horror movie with a group of kids going to a remote location….

July 19, 2019

Anthology movies are strange for me, but I do enjoy them, most of the time; The Twilight Zone movie was awesome. With some anthologies I’ve seen in the past, the stories don’t seem to fit together or the transition scenes between them are cumbersome, making it seem like a fucked up film festival. Had it…

July 19, 2019

Finishing off the week, I welcome back Bernard Foong, who has dropped by with Vignettes Parisian. Please, enjoy, and leave your comments. Vignettes Parisian Vignettes Parisian is a collection of four short stories about the Author’s past and present experiences in the French City of Love and Romance, commonly known as Paris. Christian Dior Couturier…

July 18, 2019

For today’s installment of the Watch RWISA Write Showcase Tour, Ron Yates has stopped by to share his short story Burning Out in Tokyo. Burning Out in Tokyo By Ronald E. Yates Clayton Brandt stood just behind the glass doors of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry building waiting for a let-up in the…

July 18, 2019

I have taken the challenge of finding the strangest horror movies made and Carnival of Souls (1962) fits that list perfectly. Somehow Mary Henry has survived a water-born car accident, while her friends died, and she has no memory of how. For whatever reason she goes to Utah to take a job as a church…

July 17, 2019

Please welcome Karen Ingalls, today. She’s stopped by to share a beautiful short story. NATURE SPEAKS by Karen Ingalls Why did my life spiral into darkness in a second? One minute I am married to my soulmate, a mother to a beautiful daughter, and owner of a successful bookstore. My friends asked me, “How do…

July 16, 2019

Rave Reviews Book Club has an amazing collection of authors, and today I have the honor of hosting one of those authors, Karl Morgan, who is July’s Spotlight Author. He’s stopped by to talk about Carl Prescott and The Demon Queen. Congratulations, Karl! The Demon Queen—the ever-evolving story One of the advantages of being a…

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