Author Spotlight: Victoria Moschou

Baking on Halloween turns into a murdering spree. Beauty and the Beast turns into a butcher fest. Children can’t even play a game without being butchered left, right, and centre. A high school choir becames Battle Royale. What’s this, you ask? None other than @VictoriaMoschou ‘s Happily Never After story collection. There’s no happiness there; she’s killed them…

Film Review: Parlor

I’ve had a pretty pathetic stream of poor quality horror movies in the past few weeks, so I was looking for something bloody and satisfying without brainwork. “Parlor” seemed to tick all those boxes. It’s a very stereotypical slasher horror. Stereotypically stupid American teenagers decide it would be a good idea to go to a…

The World of Seeker: Creature Encyclopaedia

  This post contains spoilers for “Seeker: Demon Killers”. The world of “Seeker: Demon Killers” involved a lot of different creatures, the forms of many Tora and the other Shifters took. We also learned about the true forms of Tora’s friends. In response to readers’ requests, I have compiled a simple encyclopedia of the creatures…

ParanormalLovers’s contest: Deadly Kisses

I entered ParanormalLovers‘s ‘Deadly Kisses’ Anthology contest: “My Guardian Angel“. The idea of grumpy older men came I think mainly from Monica Sanz’s “A Witchling’s Rites”. Guardian angels are often portrayed as the peaceful, sympathetic, positive characters. I thought it’ll be interesting to invert that trope and make my grumpy old man a teenage girl’s…

Film Review: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

Oh heyyy. Love me some FPS horror games, especially those that give me nightmares. Although the recent RE games and all the films have certainly not been following the horror trend and more the action/adventure/thriller road, I’ve watched all the films so far for the brain-dead action-packed CGI for the easy entertainment value. The latest…

Fantasy Community’s Contest: A Transforming Lake and a Need

I entered Fantasy_Community‘s writing contest “A Transforming Lake and a Need“: “The Egocentric’s Journey for Happiness“. As with the ParanormalLovers’s contest, I was on a writing streak involving grouchy male characters, and, boy, I’m enjoying making them horrible people with some redeeming features. It took me a while to think of a good enough lake….