Happy Halloween, ladies! We celebrate impending scares with the return of one of our favorite guests, Grady Hendrix. His new novel, We Sold Our Souls,…
Unreliable Narrators Posts
chris [9:36 PM] Let the Right One In!
cathschaffstump [9:36 PM] Let the Right One In!
chialynn [9:37 PM] Let the Right One In!
george_galuschak [9:40 PM] LET THE RIGHT ONE IN!!!
chris [9:40 PM] starring Haley Joel Osment
george_galuschak [9:41 PM] omg its SVEND AGAIN
chris [9:41 PM] get your lingenberries ready
george_galuschak [9:41 PM] snooooow
chialynn [9:41 PM] It’s just two hours of white titles on a black background, isn’t it?
cathschaffstump [9:43 PM] Yes. It’s Swedish.
chialynn [9:44 PM] Oh, sad little blond boy. You are so blond. And so sad.
cathschaffstump [9:44 PM] So…new neighbors!
george_galuschak [9:44 PM] BLOCK UP THOSE WINDOWS
cathschaffstump [9:45 PM] And children with knives. That’s not a problem.
chialynn [9:45 PM] New neighbors in a horror movie are never a good sign.
HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE
chialynn [8:06 PM] The Haunting of Hill House! S1E1, “Steven Sees a Ghost”!
george_galuschak [8:07 PM] HaoHiHo!!
chris [8:07 PM] TV-MA. Oh noes
chialynn [8:07 PM] I have not read the book.
george_galuschak [8:07 PM] wow, quoting from the book!
chris [8:07 PM] I listened to the audiobook not long ago
chialynn [8:07 PM] I saw the dreadful 1999 movie adaptation.
george_galuschak [8:07 PM] I’ve read the book a few times
chris [8:07 PM] it sounds to me like this is not all that faithful, focusing on background chars from the book.
george_galuschak [8:08 PM] this is the Mt. Rushmore of haunted house books
chialynn [8:08 PM] I’m picking it up at the library tomorrow.
chris [8:09 PM] Now I want a mountain monument with heads of Shirley Jackson, Stephen King, maybe Straub or McCammon? (edited)
george_galuschak [8:09 PM] E.A. POE
chris [8:09 PM] Dreams can spill!
george_galuschak [8:10 PM] what the hell is this guy talking about? don’t fill up your kid’s head with garbage, man!
chialynn [8:10 PM] Something terrible is about to happen.
george_galuschak [8:10 PM] bent neck lady sounds like a J-movie
chris [8:10 PM] Some dreams are like Evian, and some are like Flint tap water
chialynn [8:10 PM] Never tell your kid you love her in a horror movie.
Author Beth Cato has been thrilling fantasy fans with works like The Clockwork Dagger and Breath of Earth for the past few years–and that’s not…
When things go south in speculative fiction, it’s usually because of one (or both!) of the twin pillars of disaster, apocalypse and dystopia. The Narrators…
Cath, Chia, Chris, George
chris [8:03 PM] Jacob’s Ladder!
cathschaffstump [8:04 PM] Jacob’s Ladder!
chris [8:04 PM]
george_galuschak [8:04 PM] go go go!!!
chialynn [8:04 PM] Jacob’s Ladder!
george_galuschak [8:04 PM] JACOB’S LADDER
chris [8:04 PM] ah, good old Carolco. 90s memories
george_galuschak [8:04 PM] cat sitting in front of TV
chris [8:05 PM] Wes’ son?
chialynn [8:05 PM] Looks a bit like the beginning of Apocalypse Now. I’m sure that’s intentional.
george_galuschak [8:05 PM] ‘Nam?
chialynn [8:05 PM] Danny Aiello!
chris [8:06 PM] and he doesn’t even own a friggin’ pizzeria
cathschaffstump [8:06 PM] Are all past wars in sepia tones?
george_galuschak [8:06 PM] I guess so!
chris [8:07 PM] Marcellus Wallace!
george_galuschak [8:08 PM] hey, it’s RADAR O’REILLY!
chialynn [8:08 PM] It was such a nice day, too.
george_galuschak [8:08 PM] this is giving me a headache
chialynn [8:11 PM] And it was all a dream…
cathschaffstump [8:11 PM] From jungle to post office.
chris [8:11 PM] …or was it?
george_galuschak [8:12 PM] that’s a slovenly subway car
george_galuschak [8:12 PM] gritty!
chialynn [8:12 PM] Even for NYC in the ’70s.
cathschaffstump [8:12 PM] Those glasses are pretty 70s.
cathschaffstump [8:12 PM]
What is he reading?
chris [8:13 PM] Vessel of Ra
cathschaffstump [8:13 PM] Tor.com novella. Kind of thin.
cathschaffstump [8:13 PM]
No! Don’t get off the car. Sure it was dirty, but it was going somewhere.