An ongoing serialized short techno-horror story. Last update: 1/20/21

Beginning in Silence

The room was long used for storage. It was evolved though. It had gone from just a room for junk to something else. This had become something that signified the end. It was the graveyard. It meant that the end had come for whatever occupied it. This was a technological…

Urban Legend is a film that falls in the realm of post Scream slashers that conforms to the rules set by the successor. It is a simple concept that relies on the execution to do something impressive. The cast thankfully is entertaining and elevates the material enough to make it…

A post in which I try to review the year entirely from every perspective possible.

Did you ever see those letters that people wrote about how their lives had been over the past year that used to get mailed out. It was all about family and changes to life. People’s lives. It was a great idea because at one point, when there wasn’t such a…

-but am instead writing this story on Medium.

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Am I okay?

That’s a relatively reasonable question to ask with a title like I have above. Asking “Are you okay?” is the same as asking “How are you?” where you don’t actually want to know the answer but you feel obligated to ask it. Maybe you do want to…

An incredible heathen Christmas movie mural by The Dark Ones

There’s nothing more controversial this time of year with movies than Die Hard. By most film study standards, it’s a classic and a staple of structure, but when people gather in this post-Thanksgiving-pre-New Year time frame, it becomes the war to ruin the evening.

The defense says it’s set in…

Sleepaway Camp is a classic slasher film but not entirely for the best reasons. While creepy and disturbing, it shows its age constantly; and because of that, it has become a cult classic that has endured for 40 years.

For those unfamiliar with the story, cousins Ricky and Angela are…

Candyman (2021) poster

Sequels and remakes are nothing new to horror, let alone films. In recent years, a new trend has emerged: soft reboots. These are blur the line of remake and sequel by reintroducing the original themes or overall story while also trying to tell a story that serves to follow up…

Jeremy Day

Screenwriter. Lover of horror.

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