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Killing Eve and seeing myself

Killing Eve gave me life Over the centuries women have played a whole range of archetypal characters to such a degree that they almost don’t represent actual human women anymore. Continue Reading

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Close To the Sun Video Game review

Close To The Sun Developer: Storm in a Teacup Publisher: Wired Productions Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows Genre: Horror, First Person, Narrative Close to the Sun is a Continue Reading

Let’s Roll with it: The Board Game Renaissance

Roll with it: The Board Game Renaissance               Not to be dramatic, but board games are in our blood. For centuries upon centuries, humans Continue Reading

The Blair Witch Project- A film that redesigned marketing and the horror genre

The Blair Witch Project- A film that redesigned film marketing and the horror genre.

Let’s Talk Horror Movies 9: Creature Feature

Let’s Talk Horror Movies Creature feature! This will likely be quite a short instalment of Let’s talk Horror as there is a great amount of cross- over between Creature Features Continue Reading

Killer Queens: Our Favourite Scary Ladies

Girls just wanna have fun… Jason Voorhees. Freddie Krueger. Michael Myers. Dracula. That American Werewolf (the one who went to London). We get it, guys. Often, women in horror films Continue Reading

What’s Your Favourite Scary Series?

Spooky Shows to Watch in the Dark Look, sometimes we don’t want to get dressed and leave the house to go to the cinema. Sometimes, books sit on the nightstand Continue Reading

Horror Novels: Where to Start Pt. II – The Gothic

Gothic horror and literature – what it is and where to start This is a pretty big topic, and one I could talk about for aeons. We’ll keep it short-ish, Continue Reading

Disorder: Comic Book Review

Disorder: Comic Book Review Creator: Erika Price Publisher: Diskette Press (run by Carta Monir)   Erika Price’s Disorder is a hauntingly conceptual art piece of a comic book. Frenetic, monochromatic, Continue Reading