Dead Talk Live has a new guest, and it is Damien Leone, who will be joining us on our podcast, live on Wednesday, June 16th, at 9:30pm EDT! Many fans will certainly be thrilled to see this director, writer, and producer known for creating the popular villain, “Art the Clown.”
If you have access to the streaming service Hulu, you may be aware of the film “Books of Blood” (2020) that was released on October 6, 2020. This film was part of a collection of films that Hulu released for Halloween, and being a huge horror fan, I couldn’t help but watch. Afterward, I did some digging into the film and discovered that it was based on a book.
From “Dracula” (1931) to “Twilight” (2008), the image of vampires changed on our television screens throughout the decades. In the early stories, vampires were ghoulish monsters with fangs that appeared to look like the undead, but now modern-day vampires are portrayed as normal human beings. They are pale and mysterious to the human eye.
We horror and paranormal enthusiasts have a love affair with ghosts and haunted houses, and no author has quenched our lust for these stories quite like Shirley Jackson. American author, Shirley Jackson, was well known as a master of horror and mystery, over the duration of her writing career, with two decades of short stories, six novels, and two memoirs. This includes “The Haunting of Hill House” (1959), published by Viking Press.
Dead Talk Live has a new guest, and it is Ken Kirzinger, who will be joining us on our podcast, live on Tuesday, June 15th, at 9:30pm EDT! Many fans will certainly be thrilled to see this actor from the iconic film, “Freddy vs. Jason” (2003).
The 1979 novel “Flowers in the Attic” is one of those books that people either love or mock, and I, the obnoxious fence-sitter, cannot even begin to pick a side there. I guess, I enjoy it? I’m not planning to throw out my copy of it any time soon. But, I also agree with a lot of the criticisms people have of it.
This South Korean movie started with a family familiar with loss, including the recent disappearance of Hee-yeon and Min-ho’s son, Jun-suh. Along with their daughter and Hee-yeon’s mother, Jun-hee and Soon-ja, they moved to Mt. Jang in hopes of starting anew –or at least to distance themselves from the painful memories of their previous home. However, the family’s peace of mind starts crashing down, once a mysterious girl is found and taken-in.