A writer who still thinks the word "blog" sounds like something dirty.
Posted on August 8, 2011
by Brad C. Hodson
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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…
Category: March of the Autumn PeopleTags: Aiden Quinn, Amityville Horror, Anthony Hopkins, Black Death, Blood Creek, blood magic, Brad Anderson, Braveheart, Ciaran Hinds, Conor McPherson, County Cork, Croatan, Danny Glick, Darabont, Elias Koteas, George's Intervention, HBO, horror, horror films, horror movies, Insidious, Ireland, James Wan, Joel Shumacher, John Ajvide Lindqvist, Julius Caesar, Kevin Williamson, Let Me In, Let the Right One In, Matt Reeves, Michael Fassbender, Nazis, Nicholas Cage, occult, Poltergeist, Ralphie Glick, Richard Jenkins, Roanoke, Rome, Ron Perlman, Rutger Hauer, Scream, Scream 4, Sean Bean, Season of the Witch, Session 9, Stephen King, Steve O'Brien, The Devil, The Eclipse, The Exorcist, The Machinist, The Mist, The Rite, The Shining, Vanishing on 7th Street, vikings, WCBS, Wicker Man, zombies, `Salem's Lot
Posted on July 22, 2011
by Brad C. Hodson
When I was kid growing up in the eighties, there were two things I knew with absolute certainty: (1) I was fat and awkward (2) America was the good guys in the world
Category: Satire, Parody, and Other Things I Use IncorrectlyTags: Apollo Creed, Avengers, Benjamin Button, Brad Pitt, captain america, captain america review, chris evans, chris hemsworth, Cold War, first avenger, Hitler, Howlin' Commandos, hugo weaving, Indiana Jones, loki, Lucas, Marvel, Nazis, Obama, Reagan, Red Dawn, Red Skull, Russia, serial, Sgt .Fury, Spider-Man, Spileberg, stanley tucci, Star Wars, thor, tommy lee jones
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