Dusty went to Lexington Comic Con, walked the floor, had some laughs and may-or-may-not have been escorted off the premises
Settle in with Dusty and enjoy the touching and heartwarming story of a boy and his hammer
Dusty walks the floor of ScareFest X and somehow escapes with his life.
In this first edition of the Horror Writers mailbag podcast, Dusty flies solo and answers questions about life, the universe and everything.
Dusty watches Breakfast, the follow-up to Aleksandra’s Svetlichnaya’s wonderful Dinner.
Something sinister roams Pilot’s Knob cemetery in Marion, Kentucky. Is it the ghost of a child witch or something much darker? Or both? It could be both.
Dusty lets his hair down and rambles for a bit about this relatively unknown legend.
Dusty takes a look at how he fell in love with Twin Peaks
Dusty talks about the retro horror feel of Beyond The Gates
Dusty goes to the Lexington Comic and Toy Convention and makes it out alive. OR DOES HE? (He does.)
Dusty battles the flu and watches the much-hyped South Korean supernatural horror film, The Wailing.
Dusty went to see Split and he has some spoilery thoughts about the ending
Dusty joins the great CC from Bloody Good Horror to talk about The Babadook pop-up book and whether or not owning a book that could bring great harm to your household is a good idea. You can listen/download here
This post contains a ton of spoilers about the Underworld series. You’ve been warned. You know what I love about the Underworld series? Pretty much everything. It starts off as a solid vampire/werewolf (or lycan, in the parlance of the movie) action-horror series, taking story cues from Romeo and Juliet and visual cues from The Matrix. The first movie is a fun action movie with monsters that takes itself entirely too seriously. I will fight anyone who says otherwise. They…
Dusty reviews The Barn: a loving and bloody homage to 80s slashers.
Synopsis: A group of charlatan ghost hunters head to a haunted orphanage to record an episode of their show, S.P.I.T. (Spirit Paranormal Investigation Team) They allow a friend along to document their process, and end up talking about how they fake everything. I have no idea why they do this. Anyway, the orphanage turns out to actually be haunted and terrible things happen to this crew. Thoughts: The movie opens with Mykelti Williamson as director of the FBI, very seriously…