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Nightcrawler, A Review

In his darkest role since “Donnie Darko,” Jake Gyllenhall goes method for his portrayal of a man who’s dark tendencies, which may stem from an unspecified mental illness, turn even darker as he tries to get a job filming horrific accidents.


Julian Richings, Joining Dead Talk Live June 4th!

Dead Talk Live has a new guest, and it’s Julian Richings! This author is personally super excited about this particular guest, and I may have even had a fan-girl moment, as Julian Richings is one of my favorite character actors from the TV-series, Supernatural (2005), where he portrayed “Death.”

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Rob Mello & Rebecca Rinehart, Dead Talk June 12th!

Rob Mello and Rebecca Rinehart are teaming up and bringing their talents to a new summer camp horror film project, “Tin Roof,” which is currently in development.
They will both be joining us on Saturday, June 12th, 2021, for our podcast.


The Horrific Female In Japanese Horror

The film Dark Water (2002) still remains a classic within the Japanese horror genre, in addition to the world-wide horror genre. Even with the film being released in 2002, the movie remains a thrilling, seat-grabbing, horror film, leaving viewers satisfied with the ending.

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Holy Horror, Rose Glass’ Saint Maud

Saint Maud follows the life of a pious and demure hospice nurse, Maud, as she takes care of Amanda Khöl, a dancer, choreographer, and “minor celebrity,” with stage four lymphoma of the spine.


Later, A Review

Growing up as a little boy without a father figure is hard enough. Growing up in New York City and seeing ghosts everywhere you turn, is worse. This is the life of Jamie Conklin in Later (2021), the latest novel of Stephen King, released March 2nd this year.