Horror is exploitation. But there are limits. Blaming the devil for a vicious real-life murder? That’s the limit. Learn about the true, tragic tale behind “The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It.” A tale the wrong people are telling and going to profit off of.
After over a year, Your Intrepid Host has finally seen a new release in an actual theater: ‘In The Earth,’ a film made over 2 weeks during COVID. Find out about this new film and why the theater experience is essential to horror movies.
Ghosts, chains, eternal torment, and visions of death: why A Christmas Carol is a great horror and social justice read for any time of year.
In horror, how can Black Lives Matter if the ‘Black Dude Dies First’? Horror genre has much to answer for and is starting to change for the better.
Horror is something I truly love. It gives me an escape. It makes me think. It gives me catharsis. It gives me a creative buzz. But currently, it’s tremendously psychologically difficult to engage with.
These stories are ancient, have their own flavors of terror, act as morality tales, mirror real life problems and… well they’re also pretty fun to listen to.