'Twas the week before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even Krampus or the elves.
Well, okay, I am writing this post with one week to go until Christmas, but Krampus and elves --and so much more!-- are definitely stirring in A Christmas Horror Story.
Have you seen It? I saw it opening weekend, but decided to mull it over for a while before I wrote my review. I needed time to digest it, I guess.
First of all, if you've seen It, please let me know your thoughts below. I'm curious to know what you
Have you ever watched the 1980's cult-classic Night Of The Comet?
Okay, to be fair I don't know if it's a "cult-classic" or not. To me it is, because it's cheesy and campy and that's what makes it an endearing fave for any of us who grew up with it.
In my previous installment of Witchy Wednesday about Baba Yaga, I talked about how surprised I was in realizing she’s featured in a number of different animated films of my youth, including a few by Studio Ghibli. This got me thinking about all of the other witches I’ve come to
If you're a fan of Stephen King's It: A Novel, you're well aware that the movie version premieres on September 8, 2017. But how big of a fan are you really? Have you booked your reservation to tour where "IT" lives?
"Wait. What? Run that by me again. You mean IT,
Are you a fan of twin brothers Philip Adrian Booth and Christopher Saint Booth, a.k.a. the Booth Brothers? (Not to be confused with the Christian music group who's also known as the Booth Brothers. The Booth Brothers I'm asking about are heavily into the paranormal.)
Or are you not quite sure
Like a lot of others, I'm not a huge fan of most franchise sequels. I find most are lame and are a gigantic let down.
With a few exceptions, like Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Lord of the Rings series. And, I have to admit back in the Eighties when the