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Midnight Mass

Midnight Mass (2021): A Review

Midnight Mass (2021) is one of Mike Flannagan’s most recent works of art. While very different from his other works, he hits the bullseye with this cerebral tale of horror.

Bite Size Halloween

Bite Size Halloween (2021): A Review

Many people look forward to Halloween not only for the scares but for the treats. And some of the best treats are the bite-sized morsels, miniature butterfingers, snickers, and mars bars.


Jigsaw: Innovative Crime Thriller Coming To Netflix

A new action-packed thriller will be arriving on your favorite streaming service in the near future. “Jigsaw” is a new heist drama that follows a non-linear form of storytelling that allows the viewers control of the narrative. “Jigsaw” is currently still being filmed at the Netflix Studios in Brooklyn, New York, and will be the first production of the newly formed Bushwick Studio.

The Twilight Zone

Twilight Zone Part I: Season One

“The Twilight Zone” (1959-1964) is one of the most well-loved and influential television programs of its time. It was also somewhat controversial. Rod Serling was known for fighting with network executives to maintain his creative control, and defended his show’s usage of dark themes in a time where television was often rather light.

Dark Shadows

The Shadows Among ‘Dark Shadows’

“Dark Shadows” was a Gothic television soap opera that ran from 1966 to 1971. The show featured the haunted lives and history of the Collins family in Collinsport, Maine. Episodes were filled with murder, ghosts, curses, legends, and monsters, but what made the show become a big hit was the appearance of the legendary TV vampire, Barnabas Collins.


Creepshow Season 3

“Creepshow” (2021) is in its third season, running on the horror platform Shudder. The creepy anthology serves its viewers a variety of delectable tales of terror weekly. And although each episode is divided into two 25-minute segments, each bite-sized morsel is more than enough to tantalize the palate.

Scooby Doo

Scooby Doo And Gothic Horror Storytelling

The Hanna Barbera show Scooby Doo, Where Are You!, originally released a little over fifty years ago in 1969 on CBS, introduced many children throughout the decades with various adaptations of the show into films and other shows, to ghosts and ghouls and other scary monsters. For some children, following the gang was their first encounter with scary images like these.


Symbolism of the Magical Keys in Locke and Key

It’s hard to see the magical keys in Locke & Key as being meant for anything but evil. Some, like the music box key, only bring sinister implications. Seriously, in what way is controlling others a good thing? One could also argue that the good of the keys depends on how the possessor uses them.

The Boulet Brothers

The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula: Meet Our Monsters

The horror streaming service Shudder released a video to introduce the cast of the upcoming fourth season of their hit reality series, The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, in a video titled “Meet Our Monsters,” which you can view in the links below. The fourth season is set to premiere exclusively on Shudder on Tuesday, October 19th, with new episodes to follow on the same day weekly.