Scared. Stuck Inside. Watching, Reading, and Listening to Horror.
This site was created to chronicle the horrors of isolation
Quick encapsulations of what I’m watching, reading, and listening to.
– Quarantine Theater: Week 1
– Quarantine Theater: Week 2
– Quarantine Theater: Week 3
– Quarantine Theater: Week 4
– Quarantine Theater: Week 5
– Quarantine Theater: Week 6
– Quarantine Theater: Week 7
– Quarantine Theater: Week 8
– Quarantine Theater: Week 9
– Why You do This to me, Dimi?: The Failed Promise of Shudder’s “Cursed Films”
– Quick Capsule Review: “Girl House” is a Mélange of Mediocrity
– Quick Capsule Review: “Satanic Panic” Fails to Give the Devil His Due
– Quick Capsule Review: “Shirley” is Equal Parts Unconventional Biopic and Unnerving Drama
– Michael Gingold’s Ad Nauseam II is the Perfect Love Letter to 90s and 2000s Horror
Attempts to dissect and understand the most interesting genre in cinema.
Maybe Tomorrow it will be Our World Again: Stephen King Week in Quarantine
– Everyone’s Entitled to one Good Scare: Why I Love Horror
Lists are dumb, but they’re fun to read and even more fun to write.
– Run Like a Motherfucker and Don’t Stop Until the Sun Comes up: In Defense of Found Footage
– The Best Streaming Horror on Netflix and Amazon Prime
– As Long as They Accept our Sacrifice, They Remain Below: Top 10 of the 2010s
– I Don’t Give a Fuck What That Thing Says on the Ouija Board: Ranking the “Paranormal Activity” Films
– I’m Never Gonna Die: Ranking the Final Destination Franchise
– 50+ Horror Films Now on Tubi that put Netflix, Prime, Hulu, and Shudder to Shame
– 10 Horror Movies to Watch This July 4th That Aren’t “Jaws”
– Revisiting Ennio Morricone’s Best Horror Scores: A Sendoff to the Master
– Revisiting and Ranking the “Nightmare on Elm Street” Franchise: You are all my Children Now
“Some people ask why people would go into a dark room to be scared. I say they are already scared, and they need to have that fear manipulated and massaged. I think of horror movies as the disturbed dreams of a society.”Wes Craven
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