American Horror

I grew up with The Twilight Zone, One Step Beyond, and The Outer Limits. These anthology shows gave us classic stories from the likes of Richard Matheson, Ray Bradbury, Charles Beaumont, and Harlan Ellison. The writing was often crisp and the stories bits of carefully crafted heaven. The episodes didn’t always work, and not all […]

Review: Last Man On Earth

Fans of survival fiction are quick to note the influence of Romero’s Night of the Living Dead on the survival fiction genre, both in film and literature, since its 1969 release. However, too often, many fans of the that release have not seen its predecessor, The Last Man On Earth (1964), starring Vincent Price and […]

Looking For Lovecraft

Looking around for Lovecraft related material on the internet?

First, here’s an interesting review about a one-man-show based on “The Call of Cthulhu.” And here’s a trailer for it:

Nothing mixes like Cthulhu and game shows. Here’s a clip from Mastermind, a British quiz program in which a contestant is battered by questions about […]

Fondly Fake

A friend of mine recently sent me a link to a trailer for Green Lantern. The trailer starred Nathan Fillion. Now, I knew that Ryan Reynolds is in fact cast as Hal Jordan, but I watched anyway. It was an enjoyable fake, comprised of doctored scenes from Star Trek and several television episodes starring Fillion.

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