Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol is possibly the most popular ghost story in the English language.
It may seem weird that Christmas has a famous ghost story, but the reality is that Christmas ghost stories were a tradition in Victorian England. Continue reading “Episode 063- Christmas Ghost Stories”
I love the spirit of Independent Horror filmmakers, especially fans who are compelled to create, no matter what the odds.
In today’s episode I interview Nick Hunt, the director/producer/creator of SAFE PLACE. Continue reading “Episode 059- Unsafe Practices: Nick Hunt and the Indie Horror of “Safe Place””
The movie adaptation of Stephen King’s ‘It’ was hotly anticipated, and broke box office records.
I was curious about the fervent response to this movie, not just by horror fans, but also by mainstream outlets. After all, the novel came out in 1985, and there was already a miniseries created from it in 1990. Once I saw ‘It,’ and thought about the movie, I started thinking about movie adaptations of Stephen King’s books, in general. Continue reading “Episode 055- Stephen King and the IT in All of Us”
Religion is a comfort to some, and a horror to others.
Some very good horror movies focus on deeds done in the name of the Almighty.
The characters in these movies hear voices, or have dreams, and they’re compelled to act in strange and horrible ways. Continue reading “Episode 041- Fear of God: Faith-Based Horror”