Via Broke Horror Fan-Happy Death Day 2U Following suit with the Halloween (2018) novelization …

Following suit with the Halloween (2018) novelization, Blumhouse’s Happy Death Day and Happy Death Day 2U have been adapted into one 288-page book, which will be released on February 19 via Anchor Books.Written by Aaron Hartzler (What We Saw), the paperback novelization is available for pre-order for $15.95 on Amazon; it will also be available…

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Via Grindhouse Theology-I Can’t See Where I’m Going, But I’ll Walk There Anyway: The Eschatology of Bird Box [Chris]

*Spoiler alert* Over the past few years, the streaming behemoth Netflix has been investing a lot of time and financial resources into their original programming. From series to stand-up comedy specials to full-length films, Netflix has provided its viewers with a steady stream of new content to keep them busy for quite a while. In […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology- The Eye of The Innocents [McKenna]

What happens when we fix our eyes on things we are not supposed to see, when we behold that which we were not meant to behold? Do those things to which we expose ourselves become part of us, shaping us, forming us into vessels in their own image? And by the same token, can innocence […]

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Via Grindhouse Theology-Our Holy Book is a Horror Story: A Reflection on Christians and Horror Films [Chris]

I have been a fan of horror films since I was a young kid. If memory serves me correctly, the first horror film I ever saw was The Exorcist. It seemed to me, even then, there was something more here, something which allowed for further exploration. Even as a young kid, albeit in a very […]

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Via Broke Horror Fan-Paul Tremblay-Over the course of his last three novels

Over the course of his last three novels (A Head Full of Ghosts, Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, The Cabin at the End of the World), Paul Tremblay became one of my favorite horror authors. Stephen King is also among his fans, tweeting that Tremblay “scared the living hell out of me, and I’m pretty hard…

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Via The Geekly Blog-Review ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ — The Geekly Blog

Review by J.T. Johnson DIRECTOR: David Yates CINEMATOGRAPHY: Philippe Rousselot WRITER: J.K. Rowling MUSIC: James Newton Howard I’m a little late getting to this review, so I had already seen the Rotten Tomatoes score for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” before I finally got the chance to see the film. I was surprised how […]

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Via Grady P Brown – Author WEREWOLF TRANSFORMATION

 

One of the most iconic aspects of werewolves is when they transform from human to beast. When I was a little kid, I was obsessed with this part of being a werewolf and even tried it myself, which did not sit well with my mother. I like it when a werewolf’s muscle fibers, bones, sinews, […]

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