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Historical Happening – Horror Birthdays

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Several actors–who had prominent roles in Horror films–were born on this day.

Oliver Reed (1937) – Curse of the Werewolf, Burnt Offerings, The Brood

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David Naughton (1951) – An American Werewolf in London

Mena Suvari (1979) – The Rage: Carrie 2, Day of the Dead, Don’t Blink

Shotgun Horror Clips – New Story

Posted in horror, literature, monsters, reading, scary, Uncategorized, weird, writing with tags , , , , , on 01/25/2017 by Edward Brock

A nice little Christmas gift for me. My story, Christmas Tree Is Free, was published in the newest issue of Deadlight Magazine’s Shotgun Horror Clips.

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Historical Happening – Twilight Zone

Posted in adventure, books, classic horror, Cool Stuff, creature features, creepy, dark, fantasy, fiction, Film, history, horror, literature, monster, mythology, scary, sci-fi, TV, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on 10/02/2016 by Edward Brock

 

Historical Happening: The greatest TV show in history first aired on this day, in 1959.

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Historical Happening – Stephen King

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The King of Horror was born on this day–in 1947.

His importance to the world of literature–especially Horror–cannot be overstated. He truly is the “King”.

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Gene Wilder (1933-2016)

Posted in adventure, art, books, children's book, comedy, Cool Stuff, creepy, dark, fantasy, Film, funny, kids, laughter, legends, literature, movies, music, scary, sci-fi, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on 08/29/2016 by Edward Brock

Wow. Really unhappy with 2016–where so many of iconic figures have died.

Now, we have lost Gene Wilder.

Those who remember him probably have a particular place in their heart for him. For some, it might be as Dr. Frederick Frankenstein in Young Frankenstein. Others likely laughed at his portrayal of Jim, The Waco Kid in Blazing Saddles. Still others will remember him co-starring with Richard Pryor in 4 movies–including Stir Crazy.

But, for me, it was his portrayal as the brilliantly lunatic chocolatier in Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory. It has been one of my favorite films since childhood–and still makes me smile when I watch it now.

His genius will be missed.

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Stranger Things

Posted in adventure, classic horror, Cool Stuff, creature features, creepy, dark, fantasy, fiction, Film, horror, kids, legends, macabre, middle grade, monster movies, monsters, movies, Netflix, scary, sci-fi, TV, Uncategorized, weird, writing with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on 07/18/2016 by Edward Brock
So loved this show.
It’s like a mash-up of Stand By Me/Alien/Super 8.
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Stephen King meets Steven Spielberg by way of Guillermo Del Toro.
This is the kind of story I loved to read when I was a kid–and the kind of story I want to write, especially for kids. Everyone should watch this.
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Horror Paperback Additions

Posted in books, classic horror, collectibles, Cool Stuff, creepy, dark, fiction, history, horror, literature, monster, reading, scary, Uncategorized, weird, writing with tags , , , , , , , , , on 06/23/2016 by Edward Brock

As a collector of Horror Paperbacks, I’m always on the lookout for books I don’t have. It’s always nice to find little gems for my bookshelf.

Found these 3 recently.

This edition (Avon–1968) of John Christopher’s The Little People is a hard-to-find book. Probably because of the Nazi symbols on the cover. Though the book is much more subdued than the cover suggests.

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The other 2 are from the 80’s Zebra Publishing imprint. Lots of fun, cheesy covers–but I so loved them. (I also really miss Rick Hautala).

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