If you enjoy horror movie soundtracks, you’ll like this Kickstarter: “Haunting Melody”

“HAUNTING MELODY is for horror fans and/or musicians and is filled with original illustrations of creepy scenes and classic monsters!  Learn what makes scary music sound scary by going on an adventure! 8.5×11 book with over 70 pages of inspiration.”

Time is short! Bridgette is a panelist on my podcast. She’s a wonderful person and she truly deserves the support.

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Pete Rawlik reviews “MALINAE” by Josh Schlossberg

In some ways, this is an incredible book about growing old with the one you love.

Then things get weird.

I was particularly pleased with the description of two senior citizens struggling against an ocean enraged by both a hurricane and the presence of a nascent elder god.

There are relatively few books in which the elderly function as protagonists, and Schlossberg not only makes you care for the pair of them, but also makes their plight and actions in the face of a personal apocalypse feel perfectly appropriate and natural.

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“LAKE MUNGO” discussion: Paul Tremblay, Nadia Bulkin, Mike Davis

“I feel like something bad is going to happen to me. I feel like something bad HAS happened. It hasn’t reached me yet… but it’s on its way.”

LAKE MUNGO is one of the most unsettling films I’ve ever seen. Paul Tremblay and Nadia Bulkin love it as well, and in this Patreon Podcast, we discuss the film.

Become a member: It’s only $5 a month to become a Patreon!

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Another HORROR Old-Time Radio episode!

NIGHTFALL: “Welcome to Homerville” — “Arguably the best episode of the entire series, ‘Welcome to Homerville’ was nominated for a 1980 ACTRA Award for best writing. On more than one occasion during my research, I ran into someone who remembered hearing this episode when it originally aired, or during one its runs on NPR Playhouse, and being scared to death by it. The secret is: don’t listen to it while driving at night!” —

MYSTERY THEATER: “The Horla” — “Today, the undisputed lord and master of the planet is man. Yet in the fullness of time, every victor is finally vanquished. Will WE, in our turn, also be conquered? Who waits to make of us what we have made of the animals?”

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