April 12, 2021

They Live Inside Us (2020) showed up in my recommended list on Amazon with a 3.6 Star rating on IMDB. I did more of a background check on this one than I do most movies and discovered that it’s an adaptation of episode #4 of the Witching Season anthology series, whatever that is. The opening…

April 9, 2021

I want to say that poetry has never been high on my list to read until I saw the beautiful cover for My Soul Is A Witness on Instagram. There is something about its simplicity and 70s style that drew me in. As a white gay man, I definitely didn’t know what to expect reading…

Moon of the Wolf
April 8, 2021

Moon of the Wolf (1972) was a made for TV movie that tried really hard, and I don’t know, maybe, if I’d seen it when I was two, I would’ve been terrified. It amazes me what, compared today, what was shown on TV; some of today’s TV shows are much more violent and gruesome than…

April 5, 2021

Sometimes dead is better is not a quote from The Craft: Legacy (2020) but what should’ve happened when Blumhouse sat down and decided to make this travesty; allowed the The Craft (1996) to stay the way it was. Also, you know the movie/book that’s from. I hope. In this bland kinda remake of the super…

Twice-Told Tales
April 1, 2021

Twice-Told Tales (1963) is based on three of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s stories. Based on the film, I’m surprised that American International Pictures wasn’t involved, but it was United Artists. While it carries the name of his anthology of the same name, only Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment is from the anthology. Vincent Price takes the lead in all…

April 1, 2021

For the month of April, I’ve teamed up with some great authors in the Horror, Paranormal, and SciFi genres as part of a group promotion featuring Otherworldly beings (non-humans or former humans). Each of the participating authors is offering some of their books at a discounted price.  To check out all these books follow this…

March 31, 2021

The world of vampires takes an unexpected twist in The Dead Game: Book One of the Dead Game Series. When I started reading The Dead Game, I was shown a dark scene with a family trying to escape a house, then it fades to black and returns with Linda moving to Oasis to start a…

March 29, 2021

Saint Maud (2019) isn’t what I expected from the trailer, but then again, it seems that trailers show the best parts these days. That doesn’t mean I didn’t enjoy the film, because I did. It is super weird and creepy and beautiful. Maud, aka Katie, is a home health care nurse with a troubled past…

Daughter of Illusion

The Horror of My Life


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