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Thursday, May 8, 2014

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Saturday, September 14, 2013

Night of the Living Garbage Day or How I Wish I Could Unwatch Something

The horror...
Before I get into this review, I'd like to have full disclosure. Night of the Living Dead is one of my favorite horror movies. In fact, if you listen to our podcast, you'd know that it's an essential for me. I own MANY copies of this movie. Eight to be exact. Granted, a couple of those are in "50 GREAT HORROR MOVIES" box sets you can get at Walmart for ten bucks, however, don't take that as a discredit to it's quality. Due to a fuck up by the theatrical distributor, NOTLD fell into public domain, hence why there are so many versions of it. There are remakes, unofficial sequels, and revisions. I'll be covering one of those revisions on this Garbage Day review, writer John A. Russo, producer Russ Streiner and "cemetery zombie" Bill Hinzman's Night of the Living Dead: 30th Anniversary Edition.

Monday, September 9, 2013

The Sookie Stackhouse series overview ( books 1-6)

     Hey there fellow horror lovers and book worm nerds! Welcome back! Today I'll be going over the Sookie Stackhouse series, this series includes thirteen books and I'll be giving you a quick synopsis of the first six novels. I stumbled upon this series a few years back while I was browsing the supernatural fiction section at the bookstore, I was instantly compelled to dive right into this series, and I was hooked immediately. 
This series is composed of thirteen novels as follows: 
  1. Dead Until Dark
  2. Living Dead In Dallas
  3. Club Dead
  4. Dead to the World
  5. Dead as a Doornail
  6. Definitely Dead
  7. All Together Dead
  8. From Dead to Worse
  9. Dead and Gone
  10. Dead in the Family
  11. Dead Reckoning
  12. Dead Locked
  13. Dead Ever After

Monday, August 26, 2013

Introduction to Lady Nightmare: what to expect...

Being a book nerd is fun: http://whatwouldpamsay.blogspot.com/2013/08/my-trips-to-library.html     Hello readers and welcome to my segment! My name is Jaimie aka Lady Nightmare and my job here on the site is you keep you filled in on all things literary.  Reading has always been a  huge passion in my life, it allows you to escape into a world all your own, create this story and these images inside your head that belong solely to you.  I've been reading ever since I can remember, all types of genres too, but my duty to you is to keep you updated on the books of the horror/fantasy/thriller genre.  Here you'll get to see my insight and opinion on the latest titles, classics and even some of the more obscure ones.

Sunday, August 25, 2013

What day is it?


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Hello, I am the one on the podcast named Mr. Sir. If you have listened to our fantastic podcast, you may be familiar with a segment called "Garbage Day", wherein yours truly reviews a shitty horror movie. I mean that with all due respect because I have a deep appreciation for bad movies, specifically of the horror variety. You may find yourself wondering where that love came from. Perhaps where the name "Garbage Day" comes from. Well wonder no more true believer, because I will lay out my fantastical origin story for you now, after the break, of course.

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Pulse - Technology in Horror Movies

This episode we review Mr. Sir's guilty pleasure, Pulse. It's a 'snore-bore' that puts all of us to sleep. We also talk Technology in Horror Movies and films that do it wrong and right. It's a great episode and we hope you enjoy it.  Thank you for listening and remember to show your support of the Horror Dork Podcast by subscribing and reviewing us on itunes.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2013

VHS (Revisited)

VHS is a 2012 horror anthology film. This article may cause a bit of confusion as VHS is a movie I already reviewed here at HorrorDork.com. Everyone once in a while I'll comeback to a flick, in a revisited article. Sometimes my opinion will change because I've been a little too cynical or harsh in my reviews. Luckily, since I rarely make mistakes, these 'revisited' articles don't happen very often.