James Jay Edwards reviews The Beach House, an atmospheric horror film written and directed by Jeffrey A. Brown, his directorial debut.
According to one study, horror-themed video games offer us salvation in uncertain times, giving the player agency while experiencing the horrors of the apocalypse.
James Jay Edwards reviews Irresistible, a political satire film written and directed by Jon Stewart and starring Steve Carell and Rose Byrne.
Chad M. Christensen’s next Boy With Shovel column, about being in New Mexico with kidney stones and Percocet, exploring the local history and its trails.
In an effort to “spread awareness,” white celebrities have taken to the internet, sharing their own experiences with racism. The internet was not best pleased.
Cryptozoology is a strange art form; it’s the study of fictional creatures, but it occasionally comes true.
James Jay Edwards reviews Becky, a fun romp of grindhouse cinema, starring Lulu Wilson and Kevin James, directed by Jonathan Milott and Cary Murnion.
James Jay Edwards reviews Shirley, starring Elisabeth Moss and directed by Josephine Decker, based on the life of writer Shirley Jackson.
Joseph Edwin Haeger reviews Life of the Party by Tea Hacic-Vlahovic. (CLASH Books)