Hey there, have you seen the talk around about a weird and odd anime called School Days? Do you kind of want to see what all the buzz is about or maybe want to revisit it, but wasn't able to participate in the weird community book club thing and find that a bummer? Well, I … Continue reading The School Days Collection: Crackpot Theories and Unfunny Quips to Watch Along With
Doctor Sleep, maybe more like Doctor puts me to Sleep; maybe more like Doctor I Can’t Sleep That Child Torture Scene is Pretty Intense. Doctor Sleep is the third Stephen King cocaine induced fever dream turned into a theatrical release this year and this one is very fascinating to me. I feel it is appropriate … Continue reading My ‘Doctor Sleep’ Drinking Games Will Kill You!
7/10 on IMDb, 91% on Rotten Tomatoes, and 3 out of 4 on Ebert…… and I hate it. The Cabin in the Woods is divisive and is either consider a clever game changer or as I would call it…. Crap. The Cabin in the Woods initially appears to be a standard affair: 5 troupes go … Continue reading I Hate ‘The Cabin in the Woods’ – 31 Spooks of October
Sometimes the horrible things we find to be so terrible, is what we can't comprehend. Here's a few tales that I feel safe in calling... weird. Good Country People O’Connor, Flannery. “Good Country People.” Dark Descent, by David G. Hartwell,Grafton Books, 1992, pp. 576-590. Good Country People centers around Joy and how through an encounter … Continue reading Horror Stories That Are Really Weird…
Ring Ring is a 2019 Indie film that is sure to make you feel… meh. For a film on a decently cheap budget you are sort of impressed by the film’s bolstering of a 6.9/10 on IMDb; of course until you realize most of the accounts are only a couple months old, have only reviewed … Continue reading Is ‘Ring Ring’ Worth Picking Up? – 31 Spooks of October
Rappaccini's Daughter https://tenor.com/view/stinky-bad-breath-breath-spoon-spongebob-squarepants-gif-4550340 Hawthorne, Nathaniel. “Rappaccini’s.” The Arbor House Treasury of Horror and the Supernatural, edited by Martin H Greenberg, Arbor House Pub Co, 1981, pp. 32–61. Synopsis: Rappaccini’s Daughter centers around one man’s pursuit for Faustian knowledge and the devastation it causes. Giovanni begins to study medicine in Padua when he discovers a doctor who … Continue reading Spooky Stories About Spooky Women
For today’s entry I watched Kakurenbo: Hide and Seek, the cel-shaded animated short featuring children running around some dystopian future city playing a mysterious and potentially deadly game. Released in 2005, the film directed by Shuhei Morita premiered at the Tokyo International Anime Fair and later played Halloween night on adult swim. The 25-minute short … Continue reading Kakurenbo