As part of my Grimm Project, I have been slowly going through the original Grimm’s tales and writing my own re-imaginings. The motivation behind this is not only that I love a haunting fairy tale, but that I want to consider the added layer of darkness inherent to these stories because of tropes and conceits…
I love, love, love audio-tainment. I find it an especially useful way to spruce up mundane tasks like cleaning, or even to add a little something extra to fun but silent tasks, like cooking or crocheting. Some of my general go-tos include: Stuff You Should Know Beautiful / Anonymous Sawbones Still Processing Mostly, I’m just…
(Based on Grimms’ Sleeping Beauty) It had been only a single gasp of air that alerted her to the trouble.
(A re-imagining of Grimm’s Rapunzel) It began with a peculiar blossom. The winter had been long and frigid and barren, but for a tiny blossoming plant outside her window.
The Calculating Stars (Mary Robinette Kowal) is a 2018 Alt-History Sci-Fi, set in the 1950s. It holds a 4.27 on Goodreads.
Saga Vol. 8 collects chapters 43-48 of the ongoing Saga graphic novel series – a highly acclaimed epic space opera/fantasy.
Thing of Beauty.
Object of Affection.
By droves of eyes
That break the skin.
I decided to return to Poltergeist in the atmosphere of 2018, to see if it holds up under scrutiny. In my opinion, it absolutely does.
What makes horror movies so unique is their ability to explore what we, as a society, are dealing with at any given moment. Here’s a glimpse at what the Horror Renaissance is telling us these days.