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REVIEW - Ritual (2013)

Ritual is a relationship drama tucked into a occult sacrifice horror/thriller. Its director, Mickey Keating, has become something of a horror media darling (nailed it!) since the premiere of his film, … 520 more words


EsoterX: Video Killed the Radio Fortean

Yesterday, I spent an hour and a half  discussing strange phenomena, Forteana, and bizarre history with the esteemed Mr. Roejen Razorwire and his partner in existential crime, Lobo on their… 66 more words


The Devilish Jurisprudence of Barnaby v. Booty: Judge Not, Lest Thy be Sued

“Misery loved company, but damnation needed it” – John Connolly

Here’s a little known legal fact – condemning someone to hell can land you in court, or at least it could in merry old 17th Century England.  1,891 more words


The Island, by horror author Clarissa Johal @ClarissaJohal @Sotet_Angyal

The Island

Clarissa Johal

Exploring a remote island can get you into trouble.
Especially when you stumble upon a cave and awaken two demons.

Emma Keller’s estranged grandmother has been missing for seven years. 103 more words

Dark Fiction

Wasted Witchcraft: Can I at Least Get Some Flying Monkeys?

“I am more afraid of those who are terrified of the devil than I am of the devil himself” – Saint Teresa of Avila

I don’t know about you, but if decided to align myself with the powers of darkness and get my witchiness on, it would behoove me to work towards some significant goal.  1,671 more words


Should Christians Listen to Ghost?

Ghost (formerly Ghost BC in the U.S.) is a hard rock/metal band from Sweden. I started listening to them when I discovered their debut album, … 601 more words


Bad Habits: The 15th Century Nun Biting Mania

“We tell our triumphs to the crowds, but our own hearts are the sole confidants of our sorrows” – Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton

When significant numbers of otherwise mild-mannered folks collectively begin behaving strangely, and we can discern no obvious source for their shared malady, we tend to give the phenomena significant sounding names, like “mass psychogenic illness” or Pilates, shrug our shoulders and move on as if we’ve explained something.  1,258 more words