The Echo
May 25, 2020

Ghost stories are always fun, though sometimes the creators of these films go too far with how they imagine things. The Echo (2009) takes us on the journey with Bobby Reynolds, who’s been released from prison and he returns to his mother’s apartment to live. The opening credits have strange screaming and ranting, and I…

May 21, 2020

Another movie with an identity crisis. Is it Full Circle (1977) or The Haunting of Julia (1981)? I guess it doesn’t matter, I just find it annoying. Anyway, it’s based on Peter Straub’s novel, Julia. Mia Farrow is Julia Lofting, whose daughter chokes to death on a piece of apple, so what does she do?…

Blood Creek
May 18, 2020

I was hoping with a name like Blood Creek (2009) that I wouldn’t be disappointed, and I wasn’t…for the most part. It starts with a flashback to 1936 to a farm in West Virginia and a German professor coming to visit. They are led to believe that his reason for being there is scholarly, but…

Flash Gordon
May 14, 2020

So, yeah, this isn’t horror at all, but it’s still amazing. How could I leave Flash Gordon (1980) out of my diversion walk? Besides, it has an amazing soundtrack composed and performed by Queen, but that’s not the only reason I enjoy this movie. The level of campiness is astounding. It’s one of the most…

My Soul to Take
May 11, 2020

When I watched this, I figured, it’s a Wes Craven movie, so it can’t be too horrible, and at least be better than most. I’m not sure I should’ve have made that assumption. My Soul to Take (2019) is all over the place, but it is strange enough to keep me entertained. The ‘My Soul…

May 10, 2020

Once upon a time, a sweet old lady rented out her spare room to a blind man. She was ever so gracious and kind to him and felt bad when she said things like ‘let me show you.’ For their first meal together, she prepared everything she thought he might like; it was like a…

RRBC Spotlight Author
May 8, 2020

How Do You Keep Your Writing Different? Authors Breakfield and Burkey In writing The Enigma Series, TechnoThriller Fiction, we have technology as the backdrop. Technology changes so frequently as does the consumption by businesses and individuals. As a result, we are able to pick a different focus topic for each book and maintain common characters…

The Haunted
May 7, 2020

In 1991 FOX aired The Haunted. I didn’t have a TV at the time, and I was a little busy doing other things, so I didn’t see it then or know about it. In recent years, while reading about Ed and Lorraine Warren, I learned about this made for TV gem. It’s a strange little…

Daughter of Illusion


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