Friday, July 15, 2011

An Interview And Trailer For ARKHAM SANITARIUM

This looks to be an old school Amicus style anthology film. If they get it right it will gonna rock!

It adapts THE THING ON THE DOORSTEP, THE SHUNNED HOUSE, and THE HAUNTER OF THE DARK.

Twitchfilm has the exclusive trailer and an interview with the director check it out.

 

Look, I don't know how your day is going but I could use a song by Kate Bush right now.

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More mind-blasting artwork from Michael Bukowski!

ZOMBIES ARE MAGIC reminds us that TITUS kicks ass in iambic pentameter.

Sometimes you get an itch you just need to scratch and this week my itch was Julie Taymor's version of Will Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus. Titus is a full fledged horror film. In Shake's day it was called a "tragedy" but trust me, this is full on Goth horror. I saw this when it was released, well before we all knew Julie Taymor as the person who was fired from Spiderman: Turn of the Dark. I remember being deeply disturbed by it and thinking that Shakespeare was one fucked up individual. Seeing it again I am more convinced than ever that this is true...

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The trailer for HUGO fills me with questions!

Can Martin Scorsese Pull Off A 3-D Family Movie?

Does this count as Steampunk?

Is Chloe Grace Moretz going to steal the show again?

 

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No I haven't gone crazy...

...just doing a little experimenting with the layouts.

IN THE MIDNIGHT OF HIS HEART a sorta fairytale

IN THE MIDNIGHT OF HIS HEART

a sorta fairytale


To all outward appearances John Sig is just an old man living a quietly in an empty old house. His one pleasure is when he heads down to the local diner and visits with his favorite waitress Angie. When Angie disappears, John sets out to find her. For an ordinary old man that might seem like a foolish idea but John Sig isn’t human, he’s a monster living in the shadow of a nightmare thirty -five years old.


Prologue


Chapter One part one

Chapter One part two

Chapter One part three

Chapter Two part one

Chapter Two part two

Chapter Two part three

Chapter Three part one

Chapter Three part two

Chapter Three part three

Chapter Four part one

Chapter Four part two

Chapter Four part three

Chapter Five part one

Chapter Five part two

Chapter Five part three

Chapter Six part one

Chapter Six part two

Chapter Six part three


First Interlude


Chapter Seven part one

Chapter Seven part two

Chapter Seven part three

Chapter Eight part one

Chapter Eight part two

Chapter Eight part three


Second Interlude


Chapter Nine part one

Chapter Nine part two

Chapter Nine part three

Chapter Ten part one

Chapter Ten part two

Chapter Ten part three

Chapter Eleven part one

Chapter Eleven part two

Chapter Eleven part three

Chapter Twelve part one

Chapter Twelve part two

Chapter Twelve part three

Chapter Thirteen part one

Chapter Thirteen part two

Chapter Thirteen part three


Third Interlude


Chapter Fourteen part one

Chapter Fourteen part two

Chapter Fourteen part three

Chapter Fifteen part one

Chapter Fifteen part two

Chapter Fifteen part three


Fourth Interlude


Chapter Sixteen part one

Chapter Sixteen part two

Chapter Sixteen part three

Chapter Seventeen part one

Chapter Seventeen part two

Chapter Seventeen part three

Chapter Eighteen part one

Chapter Eighteen part two

Chapter Eighteen part three


Fifth Interlude


Chapter Nineteen part one

Chapter Nineteen part two

Chapter Nineteen part three


Final Interlude


Chapter Twenty part one

Chapter Twenty part two

Chapter Twenty part three


Epilogue




LOVE AND TREASON ON THE VERGE a novel in seven days


LOVE AND TREASON ON THE VERGE

a novel in seven days


The Outpost was a squat stone structure that was ringed on all sides by high thick walls that were honeycombed with stairways, arrow loops and topped with crenellations festooned with ancient barbed wire. There were dozens of Outposts scattered along the Verge, marking the point of demarcation between the nurturing safety of the Protectorate and the madness of the Barrens. Each Outpost was similar in design but always ended up being different in execution.


The vagaries of the land made improvisation a key to survival and the proximity to the Barrens meant that many of these strongholds were never completed at all. This Outpost had taken six seasons and four Dukes to complete. The blood of over a hundred sentinels had stained the ground before the walls were completed and the great metal portcullis closed...


Thursday, July 14, 2011

IN THE SHADOW OF HIS NEMESIS a complete novel

IN THE SHADOW OF HIS NEMESIS

"In the end love makes monsters of us all."


Isobel Talbot's life was a monotony, even her heartbreaks were predictable; but a chance encounter leaves her running for her life from the most terrible and impossible things.

And worse yet, she's fallen in love.




BOOK ONE: EXILES FROM THE ORDINARY WORLD





BOOK TWO: THE HOUSE THAT LOVE BUILT





BOOK THREE: OCCUPIED TERRITORY





BOOK FOUR: THE FACE OF SANCTUARY





BOOK FIVE: GODS AND MONARCHS