Isn't it nice —and very rare— when things turn out the way you want them to? I dearly remember the many Friday nights spent with my friends watching one slasher after another when we were around 15, we mostly watched the big franchises back then, Friday the 13th or READ MORE
“Where there is no imagination – there is no horror.”
― Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, A Study in Scarlet
As I mentioned in the first article of the Dissecting Fear series, I’m attempting to shed some light on the nature of horror fans and fear itself by researching the science and studies that have been done about the subjects. READ MORE
Book Review - Gifts for the One Who Comes After by Helen Marshall
Last month, while walking around the Horror Headquarters at the FanExpo here in Toronto, I was lucky enough to stumble upon a neatly decorated booth full of books. What first caught my attention was the impressive artwork on the covers and as I browsed the table and started ... READ MORE
This week I was finally able to take a few hours off and catch The Martian while it's still in theaters. I wasn't too familiar with the story beforehand, I was mostly aware of it through the huge hype and rave reviews that the book has had since its re-release in 2014.
My sole knowledge was that the plot ... READ MORE
A perfect example of the greatness that only happens around Halloween. I want to personally thank Rob Fee over at Mandatory for taking the time to write one of the funniest posts I've ever read.
This is how profiles would look like if Horror icons were on Tinder. If you've ever been on the platform you'll recognize some of the one-liners that ... READ MORE
The nature of horror fans is a mystery to most people who are not into the genre. Why do we enjoy it? Why do we cheer for the killer? Why do we crave more?
In a series of articles called Dissecting Fear, I’ll shed some light on these questions using the science ... READ MORE
Book Review - Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
I recently read Station Eleven and despite the sizable marketing efforts and social media hype, I had very little knowledge of what it contained. To give a brief summary, twenty years after the Georgian Flu wipes out most of the world's population, survivors have formed settlements. ... READ MORE
Of all the new series starting this season, Scream Queens is among the ones I’ve been looking forward to the most for some time now. Especially after hearing about Jamie Lee Curtis’ involvement and how she was recreating Psycho’s shower scene for the show. In addition, Ryan Murphy has done some ... READ MORE