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You Didn't Heed My Warning

Ready, Set, Done – Free-write

The last time we had a free-writing opportunity on 9 October,  I threatened to use my alternative ending to one of Poe’s short stories if we had another free writing prompt.   892 more words


5 free things to see and do in Baltimore

NEW YORK – Baltimore on a budget? Easy as Edgar Allan Poe. His gravesite is one of a number of memorable places that can be visited around this historic city without spending a dime. 669 more words


Murders in the Rue Morgue

Director Gordon Hessler is back for another AIP Poe adaptation, this one mildly clever in the way it incorporates the Poe elements into the film. 2,146 more words

Film & TV

WIP: 'Selected Tales', Edgar Allan Poe

  • More repetitive than I was really prepared for, right down to re-use of attention to tall pale foreheads and the pulse of blue veins.
  • I still don’t much care for…
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College Board

'Stonehearst Asylum' Is the Best Madhouse Movie Since 'Bedlam'

Just in time for Halloween, a blood-curdling horror called Stonehearst Asylum has arrived to boil your nerves and fry your hair. No silly vampires, lovesick werewolves or wet, web-footed creatures from the black lagoon this time. 663 more words

Henri Fuseli - The Romantic Nightmare

“One of the most unexplored regions of art are dreams.” – Fuseli

Henry Fuseli painted ‘The Nightmare‘, which remained his best-known work, in 1781. 589 more words