Archive | August, 2011

The Clone Wars

August 30, 2011

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I’m Getting Really Tired of My Clone In the beginning it was rather nice. We were into all of the same books, the same movies, liked the same restaurants. We’d take turns going to work or cleaning the house. And he was always brutally honest about what that shirt looked like on me. But then […]

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The Ghoul Next Door – A Review of the “Fright Night” remake

August 18, 2011

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The year was 1985. The Cola Wars were dying down as the Cold War was flaring up. Michael Jackson and Madonna ruled the airwaves and everyone was asking: “Where’s the beef?” I was six years old, sitting down in front of the television to watch cartoons and draw monsters. And probably eating something made with […]

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2011 – The Year in Horror (so far) – Part 1: The Movies

August 8, 2011

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As a writer, I’m often drawn to horror. Not exclusively, perhaps not even most of the time, but often enough. I grew up on horror films and ghost stories. One of the first “grown-up”¬†books I read was `Salem’s Lot. I was probably eight at the time. Even now, on a dark and stormy night, I […]

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