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Top 10 Horror Movies of the 90’s

Here are my top 10 horror movies of the 90’s. I used Horror Fandom’s Chronological List of Horror Films as a mnemonic aid. Unlike the 80’s, which were chock-a-block with great horror movies, the 90’s were a bit of a … Continue reading

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The Cask of Amontillado

By the last breath of the four winds that blow, I’ll have revenge upon Fortunato, Smile in his face, I’ll say “Come, let us go, I’ve a cask of Amontillado.” — Alan Parsons/Eric Woolfson I had borne the thousand injuries … Continue reading

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The Masque of the Red Death

Edgar Allen Poe’s The Masque of the Red Death is a Gothic tale of horror and of the comeuppance of the nobility who revel while the poor die of the plague. I hope you enjoy this modernized but faithful adaptation. … Continue reading

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HP Lovecraft in Modern English

I’ve just added a new modern English adaptation of HP Lovecraft’s The Dunwich Horror. It’s based on the author’s original, which is available from Project Gutenberg for free since it’s out of copyright. The original was written early in the … Continue reading

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Review of “Byzantium”

* * * B Byzantium is a horror film most reminiscent of Ann Rice’s Interview with the Vampire. Two sisters are forced to flee to a new home when the elder is attacked by a mysterious man and kills him. … Continue reading

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Review of “The Void”

* D The Void is a horror movie in the style of HP Lovecraft. The first act does a good job at building tension and keeping you guessing as to what’s going on. Unfortunately, despite some reasonable practical effects that … Continue reading

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Original Short Fiction: Night in Paraguay

Here’s a short horror story for Halloween, previously published on Scribd: Gruber and his kind fed on misery. Whenever men created it, they were not far behind. The death camps of Nazi Germany had been rich beyond belief. His folk … Continue reading

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