House Horrible

It might sound funny since I've already reviewed House of Dracula and The Fall of the House of Usher (see a pattern forming here?), but I'm not big on horror movies. I can handle Vincent Price and the classic chillers, but slashers and jump-scare fests just aren't my thing. Horror combined with mystery is a different matter … Continue reading House Horrible

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Page To Screen: The Fall of the House of Usher

Very few have done more for Gothic literature than Edgar Allan Poe. His writings about spooky happenings, death, and decay, fit right in with the Victorian mindset, which was all too familiar with death. He is so iconic that other Goth and horror writers can only follow in his wake (Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley and the … Continue reading Page To Screen: The Fall of the House of Usher

The Infamous Mr. Oboler

Radio shows are kind of enigmatic to my generation. My parents and grandparents listened to them, but all I knew about that sort of thing were the Christian audio dramas I heard on Family Radio sometimes. Yes, they do exist. No offense to anyone who likes them, but the ones I heard in the eighties … Continue reading The Infamous Mr. Oboler