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Issue #9


Ginger Snaps

Ginger Snaps: Puberty Ain’t No Bed of Roses

Kat Reaney

The full moon is rising and blood is bound to flow. A silver bullet won’t slow it down. Not even a super plus Tampax with gentle glide is going to stop it up. Ginger Snaps is a mad, biting, clever blend of coming of age story and classic werewolf horror film, perfect for a new breed of female horror fans and their (reluctant?) male counterparts. Click here for the rest of the story.

Ginger Snaps

Halloween Candy Nostalgia

Cynthia Ahlquist

I was wandering through K-Mart today looking for various and sundry, when the unmistakable aroma of Halloween candy wafted past my nose. Piles of Halloween candy have a scent like nothing else: sweet and cloying with an undertone of paraffin. When it’s all piled on the shelf in the store or in the bottom of your trick-or-treat bag it’s practically impossible to discern the smell of, say, a Baby Ruth from a box of Dots. It all melds together. Click here for the rest of the story.


Häxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages

David Christenson

Satan may have been more of a public figure in the Dark Ages, but he’s still around today. The contemporary Devil long ago gave up his hobbies of drying up cows and wilting crops, delegating those crude tasks to his favorite minions, the microorganisms. Now he attacks us in more subtle ways. He distracts us with worldly possessions, sows doubt with science, nags us with reminders of all of life’s little betrayals. He’s the hippest guy around, post-Freud and post-faith, but when he gets down to business, the serious business of your soul, he’s the same old fallen angel, lurking, almost visible, in your darkest hour. Click here for the rest of the story.

Hell House: It’ll Really Scare the Hell Out of You

Pam Keesey

Hell House is a haunted theme park featuring gory, gruesome, and sensationalized dioramas of sinners and their fate, whether it’s a last-minute redemption or an eternity burning in the fires of Hell. Starting in 1990, Trinity Church, an Assembly of God parish in Cedar Hill, Texas, has been executing their haunted house scenario, an event designed to instill fear and to bring the “lost” into the folds of the Church. Following in Trinity’s footsteps, dozens of churches all over the country have followed suit, presenting the horrors of sin and the fate of sinners who won’t accept Jesus Christ as their personal savior. Click here for the rest of the story.

Bela Lugosi Presents: A Stellar Edition of The Devil Bat

Justin Felix

As a life-long fan of Bela Lugosi, I must admit that this is one of my all-time favorite Lugosi lines. His sinister “Good...bye” is up there with “I don’t” and other lines from Universal’s Dracula, and it’s part of what really makes The Devil Bat so fun. Click here for the rest of the story.

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