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September 2021


CosplayFlex Available At Hobby Lobby Stores Nationwide

If you love cosplaying and making your own costumes for Halloween, then your passion is about to become more accessible. The material known as Cosplayflex is a popular one-of-a-kind thermoplastic used by creators to make homemade costumes.

Cabinet of Curiosities

Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities (2022)

The upcoming eight episode horror anthology series set to air on Netflix, titled Cabinet of Curiosities (2022) brings the macabre imagination and morbid creativity of the critically acclaimed director Guillermo del Toro to life.


Cohen, Bonansinga, and Simon Joins Dead Talk Live Sept 23rd!

Dead Talk Live has new guests, and they are Neil Cohen, Jay Bonansinga, and Mark Simon, who will be joining us on our television show, live on Thursday, September 23rd at 9:30pm Eastern Time! Many fans will certainly be thrilled to see these amazing talents, who are best known for their writing work on various projects.

House Walk-Through

Defining Horror by House Walk-Throughs

For those familiar with the world of horror games, Silent Hill P.T. (2014) may ring a bell or several. The most misleading description, and yet the most accurate, is that the title is a playable videogame demo of a future psychological horror game called Silent Hills. No, the game is not out yet –and it will never be.

HH Holmes

HH Holmes: The Real Life Horror Villain

A lot of horror movies are heavily influenced by true crime, and the stories of real-life serial killers are often alluded to in horror. The slasher genre, for instance, would most likely be very different if we didn’t all know the story of Jack the Ripper. But when it comes to macabre real life events, my mind almost instantly goes to HH Holmes.

Marc Menchaca

Marc Menchaca Joins Dead Talk Live September 21st!

Dead Talk Live has a new guest, and it is Marc Menchaca, who will be joining us on our television show, live on Tuesday, September 21st at 12:30pm Eastern Time! Many fans will certainly be thrilled to see this amazing talent, who is possibly best known for his acting work on the television show Ozark (2017-2018).

Red Mother

The Red Mother Volume 2: A Review

Daisy was a retired puzzlemaker at the beginning of this comic series, The Red Mother (2020), by writer Jeremy Haun and artist Danny Luckert. The story opened with Daisy enjoying a well-earned happy relationship and the profits from a company she sold with her friend and business partner.


Splinter (2008): A Review

A young couple and the criminals who have taken them hostage must put their animosities aside to escape a killer unlike anything they could have imagined. Unfortunately, they are far from help, no one is coming, and the thing that lurks is only getting bigger. This is Splinter, a 2008 horror starring Shea Whigham, Paulo Costanzo, and Jill Wagner.

April Fools

April Fool’s Day (1986): A Review

The film April Fool’s Day (1986) takes on an interesting mix of horror and comedy, leaving viewers pleasantly satisfied with the terrible events occurring throughout the story. Reminiscent of the famous mystery author, Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None novel which was released years before, the film creatively and uniquely picks off it’s characters.


Kate Mara and Adam Scott Podcast Movie: Ghostwriter

As announced on September 16, actors Kate Mara and Adam Scott have signed on to star in Ghostwriter, a new psychological thriller from Cadence13’s new podcast division, C13 Features. This comes following the announcement of C13 Features’ inaugural podcast production, Treat, starring Kiernan Shipka.