(CW: Violence against women.) Hello, Gentle Readers! I’m traveling again, which means longform content is postponed ‘til next week; a Most Dangerous Game will go live on Wednesday as usual, Continue Reading > about Mini-Post: “The Library Kills” & The Serial Killer Narrative
Previously: Sad Satan. (CW: Homicide, suicide, accidental death.) In 2011, a short film was posted to the r/videos subreddit. “This is a true story about the internet,” it began. But that wasn’t Continue Reading > about This Is A True Story About The Internet: On Adam Butcher’s “Internet Story” & The Horror Of Real Life
Good news for anyone who’s been in mourning since The Black Tapes Podcast reached its conclusion: The Last Movie, a new podcast from the Public Radio Alliance, is arriving soon. Very soon — in seven Continue Reading > about ‘The Last Movie’ Podcast From The Public Radio Alliance Is Ready To Haunt Your Celluloid Nightmares
I jettisoned cable a couple of years ago, so sometimes I miss what’s going on in the world of broadcast television. As such, I didn’t realize that HBO was airing a documentary about Gypsy Rose Continue Reading > about ‘Mommy Dead And Dearest’: Further Reading On Gypsy Rose Blancharde, Dee Dee Blancharde, And Munchausen Syndrome By Proxy
Created by Alan Resnick, "This House Has People In It" is an 11-minute short that aired recently on Adult Swim. It's... unusual. Told through video surveillance footage captured by cameras set up in Continue Reading > about This House Has People In It, And They’re Not At All What They Seem — VIDEO
A lot of found footage films begin with something like this; most of them, however, aren’t nearly as effective as "No Through Road" is: On December 17th, 2008, four 17-year-old boys were found dead Continue Reading > about Found Footage: "No Through Road"