July 29, 2019
“The worst horror movie I ever saw was fucking great,” Stephen King said to Eli Roth during their conversation on Eli Roth’s History of Horror.
I wish I could say the same thing. I quit on so many movies (quit on just about every TV show). My time is valuable to me and...
July 27, 2019
Day 204 July 21, 2019
THE WINDOW WATCHER by Dulcie Gray
The 13th Pan Book of Horror Stories – 1972
Horror – 8 Pages
This one has a pretty great premise, but for a horror story, it’s a bit thin. A girl puppeteers her neighbors with misinformation that boils and then becomes...
July 25, 2019
July 20, 2019
Day 197 July 14, 2019
LATE NIGHT FUN FACTS ON THE NO. 65 by JTF King
Pulp Literature #22 – 2019
General – 4 Pages (about, digital)
This one reminds me of Forrest Gump a little, and not because there’s a bus. The woman with the sore feet and the bad shoes doesn’t care about...
July 14, 2019
July 13, 2019
Day 190 July 7, 2019
FLAME! By Norman Kaufman
Horror – 5 Pages
No letting up on this one, it’s about a dude who snubs cigarettes against babies and kids. Seriously. It’s fast, which is to its benefit as the subject is thin as it g...
July 6, 2019
Day 183 June 30, 2019
I HAVE HEARD THE MERMAIDS SINGING by Ray Cluley
Probably Monsters – 2015 (story originally published in Black Static, 2011)
Magical Realism – 24 Pages
This one will fit into the situations Cluley mentioned to me on the podcast, about getting stuff out...