2
Oct, 2020

The natural world is many things, including incredibly violent. Eruptions, earthquakes and storms can release more ferocious energy than any weapon human beings have ever used. One can only imagine how horrifying it would be if nature actually had a mind and intent to kill. Ray Bradbury did imagine this, in fact, and gave us the incredible short horror story, “The Wind.”

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What has sharp teeth, a powerful bite and deadly-fast reflexes? Well, a lot of things that can kill us, as it turns out, but in this episode we focus on a certain heavy, armored, toothy reptile which appeared in 3 films (2 of which were actually good) in 2007,

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There are likely many more creatures, cryptids and fearsome critters that you’re unaware of than there are ones you’re familiar with. In fact, even the devils you think you know may be more unknown to you than you realize. And it’s only natural to fear the unknown, especially when the unknown is unnatural.

Primary subjects for this episode include local lore and the Golden Age of Radio horror play, “The Thing on the Fourble Board.”

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27
Aug, 2020

Putting trust in anyone is inherently risky. Even those closest to us can ultimately prove untrustworthy–whether they are malicious or simply misguided–in dangerous ways.

This week’s episode focuses on The Haunting of Hill House (2018 series) and the film Eve’s Bayou.

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21
Jul, 2020

Some outsiders are too powerful and malicious to be anything but frightening. Carnivorous river monsters pretending to be human, for instance.

Primary subject of this episode: Michael McDowell’s Blackwater Saga.

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