Contains spoilers! The premier of American Horror Story: Coven, was a provocative look, not only at what happened to the series, but what has happened in much of horror.
One of the most popular historic adages still in use today is, “The devil is in the details.” This is used to describe a variety of situations. Maybe an offer is too good to be true, so you study the fine print.
The full title is Fragile: A Ghost Story. This English paranormal thriller is set in a desolate children’s hospital.
Normally, posts on here are concerned with facts, however, every now and again, I will post some thoughts. I recently stumbled across an article discussing this topic. Horror is one of those fiction genres hardest hit in recent years with poor sales and shrinking markets.
I had to comment on a movie I watched yesterday. “The Skeptic,” stars Tim Daly and Tom Arnold. In a nutshell (and without giving anything away) a cold attorney inherits his aunt’s mansion and starts a downward spiral.
Wither follows Phillip Moore, who is the world’s most successful skeptic. He’s made it a personal mission to debunk the paranormal world and it has paid of handsomely. With millions of books sold and a global following, he has had his choice of locations to expose during his career.
The paranormal thriller The Black Gash is now available at Smashwords and soon to be available at Amazon and B&N. Here’s the synopsis and the link: Ash volunteered for the courthouse reorganization to gain a few credits for college, he’s an ambitious future attorney who anticipates a fascinating season of studying courtroom proceedings and practices.
The horror genre in America has plummeted in popularity in the previous decades. Sadly, the genre’s popularity has seen much hardship since the 1970s. America used to be the leader in the world when it came to horror cinema and fiction, but it seems today that you are more likely to find a foreign film that will be more frightening and more suspenseful than anything American.