And the Award Goes To: A 2010s Horror Retrospective

A decade is ending, so what better time to examine 10 years worth of horror films? Admittedly, I love modern horror. Yes we've seen a horrific number of remakes, reboots, sequels, and unimaginative ripoffs. But like a magically reanimated corpse, horror continues to revive itself. In order to honor this decade, let's take a look … Continue reading And the Award Goes To: A 2010s Horror Retrospective

31 Horror Films 31 Days 2017: A Frank Postmortem

  2017 was my sixth year of participating in Daniel Kraus’s #31HorrorFilms31Days challenge on Twitter. I complete the challenge on behalf of the public library I work as a way of showcasing the depth of both our physical and digital collections as well as the variety of films available via free interlibrary loans. Given I’m … Continue reading 31 Horror Films 31 Days 2017: A Frank Postmortem

I Would’ve Voted for Obama a Third Time: Analyzing Get Out

True confessions: for a horror movie fan I often don’t see horror films in theater. The days of spending every other weekend with friends seeing the latest remake or reboot of a previous franchise are over for many reasons, and there aren’t many horror films I really feel the need to see in theater. The … Continue reading I Would’ve Voted for Obama a Third Time: Analyzing Get Out