Via The Geekly Blog ‘STRANGER’ RECAPS #1–‘The Vanishing of Will Byers’

Review by J.T. Johnson Welcome to ‘Stranger’ Recaps, a new series of articles where I recap and review every episode of the first two seasons of “Stranger Things”! The idea is that starting today and for the next 16 days, I’ll be releasing a review in a buildup to the release of “Stranger Things 3”. […]

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Via B&S About Movies -Bad Blood (1989)

All around auteur — he was a writer, director, producer and editor — Charles Vincent began his show-business career in regional theater as a director and stage manager in his native Michigan. He worked for the Yale Repertory and the Negro Ensemble Company before making his cinematic debut in 1971 with the adult film The […]

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Via Under the influence!-Japanese Folktales: Yuki-Onna, the Snow Woman

n Japanese folklore, Yuki-Onna or Snow Woman, is a yōkai, which is a kind of demon, spirit or supernatural monster. Presented here is a retelling of a story called Yuki-Onna, from Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things, by Lafcadio Hearn.

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Via Variety-The 20 Best Horror Films of the Last 20 Years

Twenty years, in terms of horror films, doesn’t sound all that long. Yet it adds up to a generation, and the list below reflects that. It’s a catalog of the cinematic fears and obsessions that define an era. The list is also destined to start a few fights (no, I’m not a fan of “It […]

via The 20 Best Horror Films of the Last 20 Years — Variety

Via dantandy-If You Only Watch One Horror Film This Lifetime “Kill List”

Somebody once wrote, ‘Hell is the impossibility of reason.’ – Oliver Stone The above quote, ironically enough, makes perfect sense, at least in the context of a horror film. Surely horror in its purest, undiluted form would indeed be the projection of the horrific, the monstrous, the irrevocably disturbing with no comprehensible meaning or corresponding […]

via If You Only Watch One Horror Film This… Lifetime — dantandy

Via Grindhouse Theology-Us: A Dark Easter [Radha]

***SPOILER ALERT*** Continue at your own risk. God brought them together. The Messiah taught them the glory of the light. The Messiah taught them how to live in the light. The Messiah taught them how to kill their old selves and take their place in the world as newly born. The Messiah brought them […]

via [Radha] Us: A Dark Easter — Grindhouse Theology