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Occult Investigators - Carl Kolchak

One of the familiar sights of October is fields of dry corn ready for cutting. Corn stalks are bundled and used as decorations. Deep red, blue and gold colored cobs of corn sit side by side at farm stands next to gourds and pumpkins. 462 more words


I Am Legend by Richard Matheson (Book Review)

A vampire plague has wiped out the vast majority of humanity, and the blood-thirsty beasts roam the streets at night.

Robert Neville is the last man on Earth, the only survivor of this devastating apocalypse. 343 more words

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There may be some that know me from my other Blog, The Film Grump (click here). That Blog is devoted solely to film in all forms. 389 more words

Mini-Review - I Am Legend

Robert Neville is the last living man on Earth… but he is not alone. Every other man, woman and child on the planet has become a vampire, and they are hungry for Neville’s blood.

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Week 31 - Weekly Horror Short Story Reviews: Lovecraft, Matheson, Barker, and Webb

Welcome to Week 31 of my horror short fiction review project. I enjoyed almost all of this week’s stories but my favorite was Richard Matheson’s short but very sweet “Born of Man and Woman.” Very creepy stuff. 693 more words

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The Best of Richard Matheson

My first introduction to Richard Matheson wasn’t through his stories, but an adaptation of his spine-chilling short story Button, Button in a Twilight Zone episode. It is still one of my favourite stories and if there is a lull in my class, I will usually share the story. 377 more words