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Why “Joker” is so Important Right Now

The film¬†Joker does, in fact, include some painful, realistic scenes depicting mental illness, but the film does not come off as a public service announcement. More, the disability, well written and well played, paints the character as blatantly real in … Continue reading

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Publications and Such

Why do you write horror? Why do you like metal? Why do you drive a Mustang? Why do you wear your heart on your sleeve? Because I see the cloud differently. Because I’ll never give up my love for a … Continue reading

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Horror Writing and Metal Music – Similar Process

I know. My pic makes me look like a priest, but I am a rocker through and through. I also write professional horror stories, and the mechanics of forming a metal band and writing a horror novel are eerily similar. … Continue reading

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“Slender Man and Ghost Films in General”

I just saw the film “Slender Man,” originally released in 2018, based on the “creepypasta internet meme” created by “Something Awful” forums user Eric Knudsen in 2009. It features a tall, thin, faceless dude who mostly exists in the shadows … Continue reading

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The Witch of the Wood

The Witch of the Wood Professor Rudy Barnes attends a faculty in-service meeting and falls in love with one of the office staff members named April Orr. ¬†They have an explicit affair, and she turns out to be someone different … Continue reading

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