Everyday life seems to finally be winding back down to normal. I may even be able to scribble something here more than once or twice a month now! Let's sift thru the pieces...
...I'm tearing thru the final book in Stephen King's epic, The Dark Tower; godz but this thing is good.
...picked up current issues of Rue Morgue, Fangoria and Cemetery Dance and enjoyed them all so much that I ordered subscriptions to all three of them.
...got my signed limited run hardcover copy of Norman Partridge's Dark Harvest from the fangtastic Cemetery Dance Publications; can hardly wait to jump into that story, but I'm committed to finishing The Dark Tower before I start in on another book. Geez, I've been on quite a reading binge lately.
...had some friends visiting over the weekend and we wound up staying awake until 2:00am Sunday morning to finish watching the 1988 remake of The Blob. I forgot how much fun that li'l flick is.
...it didn't get the best reviews in the mass press, but I actually enjoyed An American Haunting. It's was no Academy Award winner by any means, but it was a fun piece of scary fluff for an evening. I actually enjoyed it enough that I bought the DVD and watched it again with Cridafer.
...one last piece: if you haven't caught Fox's On the Lot on Monday and Tuesday nights, give it a try. Ok, so this isn't strictly horror related but it is featuring a competition among some great (and a couple not so great) up and coming film directors; and with theme nights being all the rage on these types of shows, they're bound to have a horror night, right?