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The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Has a Reboot on Its Way

20th Century Fox is delving back into the world of literary crossovers.

While the 2003 film didn’t receive the warmest welcome, that’s not to say it was the fault of the source material. 162 more words

Movies

Film Review: The Haunted Palace

Directed by Roger Corman; Starring Vincent Price, Debra Paget, Lon Chaney Jr.

The Haunted Palace caught me off-guard.

I’d borrowed the film from my local library. 624 more words

Horror

The hinterland inside your head

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“Hinterlands.” A short story by William Gibson.  Originally published in OMNI magazine (1982), later in his short story collection Burning Chrome… 847 more words

Rauserbegins

A triptych and a problematic man

I grew up in New England. When I was young, I read anything strange, creepy, ghostly or monster laden I could get my hands on. (this will surprise no one, I expect) This means that it was inevitable that I would encounter the work of HP Lovecraft.   482 more words

Dark Fantasy

The Dunwich Horror: Meet the Twins, Part 4 The Invisibility of Wilbur's Brother

The Dunwich Horror by Doug Dougmann (www.deviantart.org)

As previously mentioned, Wilbur’s twin appeared to have more of his father’s traits manifested phenotypically than Wilbur.  However, one of the most interesting of these traits was the fact that Wilbur’s twin was invisible.  1,098 more words

H.P. Lovecraft

Rodenticide published in the Menacing Hedge Limited Anthology

“Rodenticide” was first published in Watering Heaven, and then reprinted online in the Menacing Hedge. It’s one of the few stories in WH that’s told in third person, and is one of the stranger Larry Chao stories I’ve written. 122 more words

Writing

Friday Link Pack 05/22/2015

It has been a week in the Alexander household and I am so glad today is Friday! That means it is time for the Friday Link Pack where I share a few links I’ve found over the last few days. 611 more words

Writing