Welcome to the weird.
To say I was excited to see that FRIDAY THE 13th was getting a proper boxed set is a huge understatement. I have always loved the series and while there have been lots and lots and lots of releases there was never a comprehensive one with ALL of the movies together and with as… Continue reading Friday the 13th Series/Scream Factory Boxed Set Review
In which I talk about Mid-Michigan's Tyrone Sunken Gardens. Picture Post - https://spookychris.com/2008/08/04/the-garden-of-stone/ Picture Post - https://spookychris.com/2008/09/03/garden-of-stone-2-my-return-to-tyrone-sunken-gardens/
The idea of creating my own little world was a seductive one, as a writer. Creating a place with history, with stories, and with people with both. I have been writing about my fictitious towns in Michigan since nearly the beginning, definitely since the 1990's, when Pete Anders of A SHADOW OVER EVER popped up… Continue reading The Munsonville Trilogy Is Complete
My new novel ROADKILLERS, the sequel to 2019's ROAD KILL has finally been released. It's a nasty little slice of rural gothic revenge with heavy shades of the supernatural. After losing his son to tragedy Tilling Diem will stop at nothing to get the truth of what really ahppened to his boy and nothing and… Continue reading ROAD KILLERS Has Arrived
It should be clear by now that I am alwasy involved in some manner of something or other. For years now I have felt endlessly frustrated when I am not being creative or working on a project so I tend to end up getting mixed up into some caper or another. For the past three… Continue reading Something UNIMAGINABLE Has Arrived
I have talked at some length of my book ROAD KILL, a novel I put out in 2019. The book was one of those projects I was desperate to get completed after having lost the original handwritten story when I was a kid. I dunno how many different versions of the book I had in… Continue reading THE ROADKILLERS Are Coming
In which I read my 2020 Halloween tale of terror.
In which I talk about the insidiousness of the current world.
In which I wax poetic about the Halloween movies and horror franchises.
I remember being a young and impressionable young horror fan and ADORING the HALLOWEEN series. From Carpenter’s first, to the unnecessary sequel that captured my mind because it happened RIGHT after the first, to the third that was trying to do its own thing, and even to part four which tried to reinvigorate the… Continue reading Dreams of Halloween – Watching the ‘Ween Series