Enter Sandman

Yeah, I know, most of you were singing your way through those lyrics, weren’t you? It’s quite all right, I did the same thing, so don’t feel bad. Today, I am doing a breakdown of the song Enter Sandman by Metallica off their Black Album, released back in 1991. … More Enter Sandman

GOOSEBUMPS!

Who can stay invisible the longest? You see for however long someone is invisible; it takes them that long to come back once the light turned back off. Even worse Max and his friends start to feel off. … More GOOSEBUMPS!

The Mangler Review

When the Friday Creep Night was on at my house growing up, The Mangler was on the list of movies to watch.
Written by Stephen King, I had to give it a try. I didn’t know what it would come out as at the time since I never read the short story from the King of Horror. When I put the movie on, I didn’t know what to expect. The Mangler is a short story and a nineties’ movie. … More The Mangler Review

GOOSEBUMPS! Say Cheese And Die! Review by Kendra Hale

This novel is one of my top five books that I adored from the original series. It was also one that I looked forward to as I came back to read these stories as an adult.
One of the main reasons why that is is the belief that cameras have the power to steal away parts of our souls or essences completely enthralls me.

Now, the GOOSEBUMPS #5 by R.L. Stine, Say Cheese And Die! Review by Kendra Hale! … More GOOSEBUMPS! Say Cheese And Die! Review by Kendra Hale

GOOSEBUMPS — Stay Out of the Basement review by Kendra

Dr. Brewer is doing a little plant-testing in his basement. Nothing to worry about. Harmless, really. But Margaret and Casey Brewer are worried about their father. Especially when they…meet…some of the plants he is growing down there.
Then they notice that their father is developing plantlike tendencies. In fact, he is becoming distinctly weedy–and seedy. Is it just part of their father’s “harmless” experiment? Or has the basement turned into another little shop of horrors? … More GOOSEBUMPS — Stay Out of the Basement review by Kendra



A Midsummer Night’s Scream – Review

When you hear the name R.L. Stine one of the main reactions is instant recognition and of course an association to the man depending on when you joined in on his writing whether you have been there along the way from Welcome to Dead House, or you joined in his teen books with the Fear Street series.
Maybe you even were a late bloomer and didn’t start until he branched into more adult books with his book Red Rain.

For others you may not have heard or read any of his work and honestly this would not be the article for you. 

R.L. Stine like many authors in the 90’s wrote horror in a way that captivated and gave the readers a taste of horror. … More 

A Midsummer Night’s Scream – Review