SoH Reviews: The Bat (1959)

Another day, another review of an older film.I’ve been on this kick of watching more older, pre 70s horror and thriller films and it never gets old in my opinion. There’s something about these films that I just really admire at the end of the day. Some of my favorites have been Cat People, The … Continue reading SoH Reviews: The Bat (1959)

Director Spotlight: John Carpenter

I’ve been enjoying this new series focusing on directors specifically in the genre of horror so I thought I’d do another one! First, we did Wes Craven and honestly, I do miss him and his presence within the horror community. And if you missed that post, I’ll link it here so you can check that … Continue reading Director Spotlight: John Carpenter

SoH Reviews: Allegoria (2022)

I haven’t done a movie review in such a long time. According to Instagram, the last film I watched was 11 weeks ago: The Devil Bat. I have been so “movie-d out” from last year that it’s a rare occasion for me to watch a movie but we are nearing the Halloween, spooky season and … Continue reading SoH Reviews: Allegoria (2022)

Favorite Goosebumps Episodes

Goosebumps.The television adaptation of the many, many, many books by R.L. Stine are a staple of horror, especially geared towards a younger audience. I haven’t talked too much about the show unless it comes up in conversation with AYAOTD and I have done quite a few posts about that show as well and reviewed least/best … Continue reading Favorite Goosebumps Episodes

Director Spotlight: Wes Craven

A first in a series dedicated to all sorts of horror directors will be discussed today! And out of all of the many, many, many directors who have their foot in horror and left a big staple, I wanted to start with a big personal favorite of mine. I think he and his presence is … Continue reading Director Spotlight: Wes Craven

Favorites: Vampires

I’m shocked I haven’t done this! I thought I did but I guess I didn’t and now my list was overwhelmed! This is someone what inspired and reminded by thinking of the new AMC show based off of Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire (which I will check out) and I was wondering, have I … Continue reading Favorites: Vampires

No Blood, No Gore Horror

Horror is a lot of things. It can be shocking, emotional, fun, disgusting and anything in between. What horror can also be is lacking in the blood and gore and still be a great ride of film making and film watching. And the list I’ve compiled, these aren’t “family friendly” or even like “kid friendly”, … Continue reading No Blood, No Gore Horror

Seasonal Horror

We’re still in summer and yet I’m itching for fall. Mostly because I need my sweatshirt and sweater weather to come NOW cos it’s been so hot. But with sweater weather, I thought of some seasonal horror. I wonder why seasonal horror works so well. It’s a niche genre, yes, I feel like we get … Continue reading Seasonal Horror

Inter-dimensional Horror

This has been on my list to tackle for MONTHS but I really had to be specific on what exactly today’s blog post would be about. From the title, most horror fans would get it but for the average Joe, interdimensional (or multi-dimensional) horror to me is a very niche sub-genre in horror. I would … Continue reading Inter-dimensional Horror

Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “The Blob that Ate Everyone” Episode

Well.When the internet goes out for a bit, you find yourself watching an episode of Goosebumps on dvd. Now, I love the book series Goosebumps, most of them are pretty well written and then there are some that are just so bizarre that you wonder why they did/didn’t turn it into an episode and this … Continue reading Retro Rundown: Goosebumps “The Blob that Ate Everyone” Episode