Part 2 of the leftovers from the rest of this year's essays! Another 15 spooky, scary and spoopy albums to soundtrack your Hallowe'en night!
Either this record is haunted, or I'm just haunted by it. Either way, The Night Has A Thousand Eyes is an unsettling, bizarre classic with a fascinating story to tell.
Twelve years later, Dead Space still manages to be ahead of its time. Isaac Clarke is the last honest man in space: it's time to do some plasma welding.
Horror is all about the suspension of disbelief. and Disney are masters of the craft. Today, something different: an essay on the power of belief and the story of my very first Panic Attack. Boo!
Fourteen years ago The Creepshow cut a record that changed the face of Canadian Psychobilly (and my career in writing) forever. I'm still in love with it now, and you will be too.
El Orfanato affects an area often left undefended by Horror fans: the heart. It's an elegy, a ghost story, and one of the finest scary movies ever made. Come explore!
On a night when you can be anything at all, who will you become? A closer look at a love letter to the Hallowe'en season (and maybe one of my own).
My favourite Spaghetti-Western-Film-Noir-Arthouse-Black-Comedy-Nearly-Silent-Iranian-Fairy-Tale is also one of the greatest Vampire movies ever. Watch immediately.
Today on The Long(est) Hallowe'en, something a little different. To celebrate the last ten days, a short, haunted poem from a long time ago.
The line between reality and fiction disappears completely in this charming, surprisingly-scary podcast. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, The Black Tapes are real.