Happy Halloween from S&R.
Autumn loves visual spectres… Nocturnes, nighttime, short lives, long crime, the moon is the vampire because the sun is afraid of the dark. Be the moon. (Brisbane, California 2018. See my other […]
S&R Movie Night – Movies we watch so often that we’ve worn out not just the movie, but the player too
The S&R bloggers own up to those movies that they’ve watched over and over and over again.
Previously… by Terry Hargrove I don’t care what he says, Steve’s sectional sofa bit me. Despite the injury to my hand, I was able to help him get the sectional sofa into […]
Edgar Allan Poe is – despite or perhaps because of his proclivity for writing scary stories – one of our most beloved writers. Chief among Poe’s charms for the reader is his […]
When most of us think of Halloween movies, we tend to think of horror flicks, psychological thrillers, or bizarre mind-benders. The Nightmare on Elm Street, for example, or What Lies Beneath, or […]
October 30 is Frankenstein Friday. Like a lot of kids, I could not get enough of monster movies. On Saturday afternoons, I would hunker down on my living room couch to watch […]
With apologies to Edgar Allan Poe… Once upon a midnight dreary, as you quaffed drinks brown and beery, Came a tapping amid the gloom, upon the closed door of your room. You […]
When we think about Halloween and art, we sort of automatically think of film. And why not. We have a decades-long library of movies designed to scare the pants off us. But […]
‘Tis the season for ghosts and goblins and jack-o-lanterns, trick-or-treaters, and all the candy corn you can eat. But for my family, the Halloween season holds a special “tradition of terror”—The Glowing […]