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Wicked Wednesday: Trilogy of Terror (1975)

In the past few months I’ve watched a handful of made-for-TV movies. Some are more successful than others, but I can say I’ve acquired quite an affection for these little beauties. 985 more words

Wicked Wendesday

Damnit Jim, I am Legend, Not a Doctor! A review of I am Legend by Richard Matheson

Let me begin this review by saying I love Richard Matheson. I enjoy his stories and writing style. I have never read I am Legend however because, if I am being honest (and it’s shameful to admit as a horror writer), I tend to avoid zombie and vampire stories. 1,022 more words

RIG Reviews In Horror

The Enemy Within

Most of the behind-the-scenes books about Star Trek emphasize that NBC wanted episodes featuring the crew beaming down to an alien world featured first and not just ones that all took place on board the starship… 855 more words

Star Trek

Anthology - 018 - A World of Difference (The Twilight Zone S01E23) + The Last Man on Earth (1964)


This week, Matt reviews episode 23 from The Twilight Zone’s first season: A World of Difference… 245 more words


Karen Black at the Black House with the Black Fence: An Appreciation of “The Strange Possession of Mrs. Oliver”

You know how sometimes when you’re bored and kinda hung over on a Sunday, and you go poking around YouTube looking for some comforting 1970s horror to watch while you inhale your hearty lunch of homemade Swedish meatballs? 2,179 more words

General Horror Stuff

Noctilucant - Oblivion to You All 

Good music, regardless of genre, tells a story. Sometimes that story is unintentional, other times it is poignantly deliberate. These albums are somewhere between cinematic and dramatic, having a grand scope and deep imagination. 383 more words

Dark Ambient

The Night Strangler (1973 USA)

Get this straight, dear reader. No carnival or hooplah tactics will be tolerated in this review. This isn’t Funtown USA. I have standards here at highteadreams. 557 more words