When I started preparing for this blog post, I was simply planning to highlight some of my most beloved films that are currently available to CLP card holders for check out on Hoopla Digital. But as I poured over the Hoopla Digital film offerings and carefully curated my list of must see titles, I realized […]
If you’ve heard of Ray Bradbury before, you’ve heard of Fahrenheit 451 (DB 34963). A slightly deeper cut would be the famous Martian Chronicles(DB 26787). A deeper cut, and some of my personal favorite things he has written is his horror. A podcast I really enjoy has been going through some of them for October, […]
Looking back on it, I definitely had low expectations when reaching into the depths of my mother’s childhood closet. I was an avid reader in middle school, and I was instructed to dig through a cardboard box stuffed with paperbacks to see if I wanted to keep any. I expected to come across old classics, […]
As anyone who knows me can tell you, I am really into horror. I enjoy this time of year because I can let some small portion of this love out and people just think I’m in the spirit of the season. I should mention I’m not into slasher horror with monsters saving teenagers from their […]
Get ready for the upcoming adaptation of Stephen King’s It by reading the source novel.
As someone who doesn’t really like many horror films, I absolutely loved A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
This is the week leading up to Halloween. So of course I felt obligated to make a post about books that would be great to read over the holiday. And by obligated, I mean I’m super excited about this list because I’ve been super into horror lately. So here are some books that you should pick up to get in the right holiday spirit.
From Japan to New Zealand and back to the U.S., check out some of these great horror movies that you may have missed.
Abby suspects something much more sinister than raging hormones are changing Gretchen in Grady Hendrix’s My Best Friend’s Exorcism, a horror story about high school friendships.