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!
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!
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.
The nightmare endures because Freddy, like his movie, just refuses to grow old. A modern look at Wes Craven and the secrets of the fourth wall.
The first zombie movie in years to scare me is really something special. The Girl With All The Gifts shines in an overstuffed genre thanks to masterful performances and an uncommon optimism.
Yume Nikki is a story about being trapped in an small room and dreaming your way out. An odd horror classic achieves new relevance in 2020 - just watch out for nightmares.
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.
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.
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.