We’re Launching a Trio of AMAZING New Weekend Columns Beginning Tomorrow! You’re Going to Love This!
We are extremely excited to announce a few new arrivals that will be debuting this very weekend!
We feel it’s important to make changes and keep things fresh around here. We’re already making a slow move toward more factual horror cases, but we’re not going to stop there, by a long shot. We’re also going to focus on the look of the site (feel free to chime in in the comments section with your thoughts on the look. If you like it, hate it, think it looks like steaming dung, or think it looks unique, we want to hear from you. It’s going to take some time to visually work out the direction we’d like to head in with the look of the site. So an official revamping id likely somewhere between eight and 10 months off, but we will keep you updated when we know precisely when we’ll undergo the overhaul.
In the meantime we’ll be welcoming new contributor, Nicole Bengoa. Nicole has some fascinating personal accounts to share, and she’s every bit as insane about horror as the rest of us, so you’ll no doubt want to follow her work!
Our new Friday column is also one hell of a doosy, and it’s one I’ve been contemplating including for six months now. I’ve decided it is far past time. Every Friday night at 9:00 we will actually re-debut a vintage radio show. And the big kicker? The prolific horror icon, Vincent Price will star in every episode. The name of the show is Vincent Price’s Petrifying Tales.
On Saturday’s we’ll be bringing you the Back to the ’80s: Free Youtube Horror Movie of the Day column, in which we highlight an awesome throwback film released in the 1980s, provide you with a few notes on the film, and gear up the video right here for you to check out.
And finally, on Sunday evenings we’ll be bringing you a new editorial titled Double Dose: Welcome to the Twilight Zone. First we’ll break down and score Twilight Zone (1959): Season 1 Episode 6 ‘Escape Clause’ (picking up immediately after where our standard reviews left off) as well as a breakdown of Twilight Zone (2002): Season 1 Episode 1 ‘Evergreen’.
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