Things that we went and did in 2016

We had a great year in 2016.

Creeping Waves by Matthew M. Bartlett

cover_204-16_originalMy favorite book of the past several years, horror or no. Yeah, yeah, I’m biased and all, but it’s really, really good. A tableau of nightmare imagery; a mix of pulpy decadence and existential terror; gleeful, mean-spirited stories of a witch-cult spreading its madness through a Satanic radio station. Bartlett manages to impress thrill-seekers and literary folks alike.

But don’t take my word for it:

“Bartlett is a visionary. He actually reinvented the wheel here, with his idea of a collection.¬† His stories are woven into intricate quilts of passage and prose, stitched through catalog entry or radio editorial, want ads and personal¬† ads. Black and white pictures. You get an entire world between the covers.¬† It’s not a pretty one.” – Ginger Nuts of Horror
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The heart of a podcaster is stonier

The fine folks at Miskatonic Musings invited me on to discuss Pet Sematary and Pet Sematary Two, a couple of films that I think are worth any horror hound’s time.

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