Archive for: Horror
“Sci-fi as a genre is a world shaper.”
An essay in comics form on Herschell Gordon Lewis’ film 2000 Maniacs!
The River is a fascinating show. Not fascinating in the sense of being well-written, or suspenseful, or really any good at all.
Uzumaki’s most disturbing chapter is probably “The Snail” — a story which is equally, if more elliptically, obsessed with reproduction.
Netflix streaming allows for eclectic diet of movies. You can view not just Hollywood crap, but crap from all over the world.
by James Romberger Fear and suspense can be effectively created by the inference of the unknown. What is shown can be less harrowing than what is implied and then forms in the imagination of the reader. The late cartoonist Alexander Toth disliked drawing explicit horror and violence in the style of E.C., what he called [...]