Camp Ghoul Mountain part VI by Jonathan Raab has everything we look for in a slasher film. Slasher film, but isn’t this a book? That’s right? Camp Ghoul Mountain part VI is the novelization of a slasher film that has never been made. My only problem with this book is that I would love to see it in film form. This book meets the Bob … Continue reading Camp Ghoul Mountain part VI Review
Jamie Lee Curtis of Halloween shamed everyone’s mom by saying that moms that expose their kids to Halloween are the WORST human beings on the planet! Worst!! Is your mom the worst human being? Is your mom really worst than Stalin or Hitler? No. I’m sure your mom is better than Andrea Yates, but Jamie Lee Curtis said that she’s the worst human being. You … Continue reading Did Jamie Lee Curtis Shamed Your Mom?
One of the big things about horror, whether it be books or film, or the monster. A horror movie or a scary story seems weak when there isn’t some monster to fear. Sometimes we’re faced with something rational like a killer clown or serial killer, other times we’re presented with something paranormal like Dracula or Pazuzu. With over hundreds upon hundreds of classic horror titles, … Continue reading Whats Your Favorite Horror Monster?
The guys at Scarydad podcast invited me over to chat about Ripley’s Believe It or Not, and hopefully they won’t bill me for all the beer I drank. use this link to catch the episode! Listen Now Continue reading Ripley’s Believe It or Not
Reflecting on the top articles and stories, and I remembered that there were a few guest editorials. I checked the most viewed posts for 2017 and Philip W. Kleaver’s Freak Out! 5 Horror Films to Watch Under the Influence was high up on the list. With over 40 Facebook shares and about 600 views, Kleaver clearly caught readers’ attention, but what exactly did they learn? … Continue reading Top Guest Article of 2018
Deadman’s Tome is home to Book of Horrors, a horror anthology loaded with terrifying horror short stories that’ll chill you to the bone! Too Taboo For Horror Horror strips away the layers of comfort and expose characters and the reader to life-threatening scenarios. This requires the author to pull from what he or she fears, and more often than not we as human species … Continue reading Too Taboo For Horror
A day ago, I stumble upon a little B-movie horror called Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers. The title instantly grabbed my curiosity. I mean, who wouldn’t be curious to just how bad this slaughter fest could actually be, right? Well, if you have read my review of this cheese fest, then you’ll know that it is actually not as bad, thought extremely awful in it areas that … Continue reading Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers Commentary