By Jordan Gerdes Imagine if an author of one of the best YA novels of all time decided to write a 700+ page horror epic. Stephen Chbosky(The Perks of Being a Wallflower) channels Stephen King here, creating a sincerely creepy story that weaves and winds it’s way into something ancient and evil. I never thought […]Read More BOOK REVIEW: Imaginary Friend (2019)
When I saw the trailer for Blasphemous the first time, I was immediately ecstatic. The kickstarter game offers an outstanding atmosphere, steeped in religious iconography and an eerie dread, all taking place in a world known as Cvstodia. You play as a knight(templar?) known as The Penitent One, who is set on a quest to […]Read More Blasphemous (2019) Review
Written by: Jonathan Rosa Season’s Greetings Gotham City!!! As the holidays descend on the gothic and somber city bringing joy as always, it never lasts. Criminals in every corner that dwell in the darkness are now invading the snowy and cold streets of Gotham City. Petty criminals, crime syndicates and deranged monsters prepare their gifts […]Read More The Long Christmas And A Cold New Year
Written by: Jonathan Rosa Looks like there is no way to escape the dreamworld after all. Even worse, the people who want to manipulate it and use it for their own advantage begin drifting away into an endless dream space. As we dream walk, we get lost but keep discovering more about its nature that shape us and traumatizes us. It is overwhelming but we […]Read More Have You Dreamed This Man?
Jonathan Rosa dissects Batman Returns through a horror lens.Read More The Dark Christmas
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Jonathan Rosa takes a look at The Evil Within series and what makes it so good.Read More The Most Dangerous Mind
Kaleb Morgan, of Macabre Media Podcast, shares his essay on Antichrist, which celebrates it’s 10 year anniversary this month.Read More Antichrist
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