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Virtues of the Horror Film By Paul Counelis
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What happens when horror gets it right? Paul Counelis, author of "25 Underrated Horror Films", "Marshall's Gully" and the children series "Kendall Kingsley" and Rue... More > Morgue columnist (Monster Kid Corner) examines the horror genre and takes a look at the good things that horror movies have to offer. As both a fan of horror storytelling and a Christian, he wonders if there are redeeming qualities and virtues in a much maligned genre, with often surprising discoveries and insightful personal revelation. With looks at movies "A Nightmare On Elm Street", "Pan's Labyrinth", "The Exorcist", and more!< Less
THE MASTER HATTON COLLECTION By Master Hatton
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The Master Hatton Collection is a series of short stories that stem from within the Master's full length novels. The Satyr (satyr) and Baby's Cry are a few of the novels that the collection evolved... More > from. The stories are haunting, a fair challenge to read and most of all Master Hatton is original and Dark with his pen. He is like a modern day Poe. The Master Hatton collection may rival Poe himself.< Less
THE MASTER HATTON COLLECTION By Master Hatton
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The Master Hatton Collection is a series of short stories that stem from within the Master's full length novels. The Satyr (satyr) and Baby's Cry are a few of the novels that the collection evolved... More > from. The stories are haunting, a fair challenge to read and most of all Master Hatton is original and Dark with his pen. He is like a modern day Poe. The Master Hatton collection may rival Poe himself.< Less
Tore's Daughters By Tom Baker
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A tale of relentless horror, Wes Craven's Last House on the Left (1970) was, in turn inspired by Ingmar Bergman's 1960 film The Virgin Spring. That foreign classic was based upon the Medieval... More > folktale of "Tore's Daughters," a short, ghoulish story of sin, irony, and grim retribution. The story is here retold by Tom Baker, author of Scary Urban Legends, Buried, Nazi Monkey Seance, and other books.< Less