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  • Prescribed Nightmares: Healthcare in Horror Cinema
    Medical quackery, mad doctors, and unorthodox lab experiments are the stuff science fiction nightmares are made of. The medical horror trope is rich with enough sub-genres to petrify patients for decades. With an endless supply of entries, this article gives a routine examination to notable healthcare horror films. Side effects may include chills, paranoia, and […]
  • Maniac Mansion: The Point & Click Horror Comedy Game
    Graphical adventures were the rising star of gaming in the 1980s. A genre defined with interactive storylines driven by exploration and puzzles. Many offered players a text parser to input commands. This could become a vexing experience to get the precise arrangement of words to advance the game. Eventually the point-and-click interface was adapted as […]
  • Red Asphalt: Examining Road Horror
    At the dawn of the twentieth century, the role of vehicles became highly important. Serving as a symbol of freedom, one can simply get behind the wheel and control your destiny by roaming the open highways, Joining the ranks of celebrated wanderers like Jack Kerouac. However, these liminal byways and ley lines that connect us […]
  • Splatterhouse: History and Inspiration Behind The Classic Arcade Game
    Before there was a video game content rating system, the creators of Dig Dug and Galaga were blazing trails with a different kind of game, dripping with graphic content. In the late 80’s, Namco unleashed the gore-fest known as Splatterhouse into arcades and home ports. Setting the cornerstone for the future of horror gaming and […]
  • Zombies Ate My Neighbors: 90’s Kid Horror at Its Finest
    In early 1994, I was tired of renting the same old Super Nintendo games for the weekend. Unable to afford the popular titles at $50-60 each, I picked through a β€œsale” crate at Toys-R-Us. This was my introduction to the comedy horror game known as Zombies Ate My Neighbors. A sleeper success video game that […]

Past works

  • Rabbiteen Zine #01
  • Haunted Emporium Magazine 2021
  • Wonderlust Literary Zine #4
  • Malevolent Magazine #10
  • Suspect Press Quarterly 2014
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