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The Long(est) Hallowe’en 8: Deadly Premonition

Today, a look at the bizarre, singular world of Swery65, and the only game to ever give Twin Peaks a run for its money. It's Deadly Premonition - with a disclaimer.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 7: Necrobarista

I work at The Terminal cafe now and I'm never leaving. Today's entry is an undeniably charming and unique visual novel... about the dead.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 666: The VVitch

Would'st thou like to live deliciously? Day 6(66) is all about The VVitch: a singular, extremely deliberate horror experience. I hope you like goats.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 5: Blood Lust

Horror in Metal is nothing new, but there's nothing quite like Blood Lust. A closer look a classic, psychedelic Garage Doom record.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 4: Satan Is Real

Satan is Real in 1959. Today's Long(est) Hallowe'en is the true horror of a 60-year-old Country Gospel album. Yes, really.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 3: Hellraiser

Hellraiser is an enduringly fascinating film by an equally fascinating director. Let's get into Queerness, Transgression, and 1987 Body Horror.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 2: Uzumaki + The Enigma of Amigara Fault

Junji Ito is a master of cosmic dread. For day 2, let's get into how that works, and how Ito does Cosmic Horror without all the xenophobia.

The Long(est) Hallowe’en 2020: Over the Garden Wall

It's that time of year again. This year for The Long Hallowe'en, something a big different. And please please watch Over The Garden Wall.

PAX Online: Unpacking

Witch Beam's Unpacking is fascinating, thoughtful and unlike anything I've played. It's also the only time I've ever enjoyed moving.

On Reading

A very special Recency Bias on why I stopped reading and how I figured out how to start again.

Recency Bias: PAX West 2019

Because I went to PAX West, I always go to PAX West, and this one was a little different than usual. The first entry in my PAX series!~

I Remember Hallowe’en

Digging into why I love Hallowe'en more than any other holiday, and will never ever stop.

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