The 2021 Cringe-binge Line-up

I’m so, so pleased to see that other people are starting their October viewing early this year, and that the networks are providing what we need. Every year, the horror, harvest, and hazy-evening programming seems to edge back a little more into September, thus lengthening the Blogtoberfest season by a few more degrees. To keep … Continue reading The 2021 Cringe-binge Line-up

Blogtober Viewing Part 2: The I know I forgot some edition

While I’m sure this list and its predecessor aren’t exhaustive — the insomnia is real — they represent a hefty level of October-appropriate programming. Part two of the Blogtoberfest Viewing list includes: *Mom and Dad - A Nic Cage joint that started as my favorite horror film of the year and ended with me angry. … Continue reading Blogtober Viewing Part 2: The I know I forgot some edition

Film Noir: Five photos given the Horror-movie treatment

It hasn’t been a good year for photo field trips for myriad reasons, but I was able to explore (as much as my broken limb would allow) an empty campground this weekend — a prime spot to capture a few images of desolation and edit in a horror-movie cue or two. Here are five favorites, … Continue reading Film Noir: Five photos given the Horror-movie treatment

From Banned Film to Bucolic Road-trip

TRIGGER WARNING: The Last House on the Left is a violent and exploitative horror film made in 1972. While there are no explicit mentions of violence in the post below, the plot and imagery of the film make avoiding some sensitive subjects difficult. When the unknown cast and crew of The Last House on the … Continue reading From Banned Film to Bucolic Road-trip