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The Little People: a quick overview

I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I’ve posted to this blog, but ah, that’s what happens when you’re using multiple platforms and media formats. 840 more words


The Hallow (2015) - REVIEW

This year, I was granted access to the Fantastic Fest online “screening room”. It was pretty sweet to be recognized as the heavyweight genre film blogger that I am. 561 more words


End Times

“The Last Debate” sounds so ominous.

  • M.T. Evans

Pixies: Not Just Another Creature-Guest Blog Post by Ashley Fae (Creature Feature 5)

Hey, ya’ll. Due to travel and some other complication, the Creature Feature is a day late. Sorry about that. Thankfully, once again Ashely of tabbyafae.com… 518 more words


Folklore Fairy Rings

They have a long tradition in German folklore, where they mark the place where witches gather and dance. The term for them in German is Hexenringe, or “witches’ rings”. 107 more words


Jonathan Swift and Gulliver's Travels

Gulliver’s Travels was published in 1726 by the Anglo-Irish satirist, cleric and a man of the Enlightenment, Jonathan Swift. In the 18th century the Age of Enlightenment was gaining speed and, with it, the popularity of satire geared toward popular politics. 599 more words