The wonderfully awful and awfully wonderful in ...


The wonderfully awful and awfully wonderful in Halloween-inspired horror

We take a ghoulishly-inspired poke at horror films, horrific local flicks included

Keith Bain

The good thing about watching horror films at home on your laptop is that you can hit pause whenever you can’t handle the tension. Or whenever a lobotomy’s about to happen in Ratched.

Another trick is to hit mute, magically rendering the visuals impotent.

During my stay-at-home small-screen viewing sessions, I have closed my computer and run panicking to the kitchen to do nothing more meaningful than stare into my fridge. I’m not sure what I’m looking for in there, but there’s some cold comfort from the light that illuminates food and frosty libations...

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