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Wine, Words & Wednesday, No. 24

Halloween isn’t my favorite holiday.  It hovers somewhere between Talk Like a Pirate Day and Tax Day for me.  Don’t get me wrong, I’m all about lighting bonfires to ward off restless ghosts, but I don’t… 423 more words

Wine

Becoming the Legend: Hannibal Lecter the Cannibal (Original Short Story)

Hannibal couldn’t stand being here. He hated seeing his ancestral home, Lecter Castle, sink so low. His home had been converted into a Soviet Orphanage after the unfortunate deaths of his parents. 535 more words

Horror

Food for Thought

Cannibalism is not some hotly debated topic, like gun control or abortion. Thankfully, there aren’t people running around eating each other all the time.  However, the topic is an interesting one to explore. 360 more words

Cannibalism

Horror movie characters haunt the fall season

By Christian DiMartino

I have been an avid scary movie viewer since I was about six. Though the genre is rarely successful these days, mainly because there is a lot of garbage out there, back in the day the genre used to be more effective. 448 more words

A&E

Review: Cannibal

Set in Granada Cannibal follows a renowned tailor living a double-life. In the his second life he preys and feeds on women, literally. What disrupts his depraved routine is when Nina comes into his life. 547 more words

Review

31 DAYS OF HALLOWEEN: MANHUNTER (1986) AND RED DRAGON (2002)

Manhunter is – interesting – in a good way. Director Michael Mann remains loyal to Thomas Harris’ novel but adds his own flavor to it with the cinematography, music and acting style. 153 more words

31 Days Of Halloween