https://twitter.com/AliBG/status/520958646428401664 I heard similar sentiments while shopping for Halloween costumes. A teenage girl brought a ghoul costume up to her mother, and she said, "That's gross. Come look over here." She directed her to THE AISLE. You know the one I'm talking about: Maybe not quite these, but pretty close. Do I take offense at … Continue reading When Your Teen Daughter Wants To Be Scary for Halloween
We threw our annual pumpkin party, and look at these beautiful creations! What pumpkin designs are trending in your neighborhood?
Ouija Released in theatres this past weekend, Ouija is the story of Laine (Olivia Cooke) trying to find out how her friend Debbie (Shelley Hennig) died. I love Olivia Cooke in Bates Motel, and I enjoyed her in this too. There some good artistry in set design and color use (red vs. blue). It's a … Continue reading Halloween Movie Month: The End of Days
Yippee! The first part of the Halloween episode is here! The Details Ethel learns that her cirrhosis will kill her. Desiree and Dell fight about Dell's impotence. Esmerelda (fakes?) a fortune reading for Elsa. The fortune reading inspires Elsa to break superstition and perform on Halloween, which summons Edward Mordrake. Dandy impersonates Twisty. Bette and … Continue reading #AmericanHorrorStory Edward Mordrake Part 1
I’m going to venture a suggestion that flies in the face of over eight decades of Hollywood tradition: Movie monsters are not fundamentally franchisable. Did the sequels to Psycho or Silence of the Lambs inspire the sheer terror of the originals? The more we knew about Norman Bates and Hannibal Lecter, the more comfortable, oddly … Continue reading [Guest Post] Monster Mash: When It’s Too Long at the Party
For this installment of Halloween movie month, I’ve included a short reminder of my picture rating system. A full explanation was included the first week. Characters Artistry … Continue reading Halloween Movie Month Continued