Movie Recommendation: Hansel and Gretel (2007)

No, I'm not going back on my rants against Disneyfucation of good folk and fairy tales with this review. That's something I can't ever see happening. No, this time I'm here to tell you of a regrettably little-known Korean horror film, Hansel and Gretel (헨젤과 그레텔). If you enjoy anything like the other surreal science... Continue Reading →

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Movie Review: We Are What We Are

This is a day or two after Hallowe'en, but I don't recall ever thinking that we had to limit ourselves. Horror, the unknown, the supernatural, the all-too-natural... all of that happens year-round. Segregating horror to one month a year, or the eight dark hours of the day, sometimes makes it easier to deal with and... Continue Reading →

New (to Me) Blog: The Days and Nights of kashmirgirl1976

I discovered this blog this evening, after she discovered us. She has a nice write-up this month of horror movies, and I recommend checking it out. Though I'm not sure I can trust her... she says that there might be "an adequate amount" of Sherlock/Benedict Cumberbatch on her page, and frankly, I don't know if... Continue Reading →

Steampunk and The City of Lost Children

I've mentioned before that La Cité des Enfants Perdus is one of my favorite fantasy films.  La Cité des Enfants Perdus is a French film directed by Caro and Jeunet. And if you've never seen a Caro and Jeunet film (or just a Jeunet film for that matter), I highly recommend you hunt one down... Continue Reading →

WtF a Fantasy Podcast #13 – Alternate History

Here’s the audio version of the week’s broadcast. Feel free to download and take it with you! On this week’s webcast it was all about alternate history. We talked a little bit about what defines it, how there can sometimes be a fine line between it and other genres, and some of the works in... Continue Reading →

WtF a Fantasy Podcast #10 – Heroic Fantasy

Wednesday night we discussed heroic fantasy and why it is a different subgenre than sword and sorcery. Druss the Legend, Pug and Riftwar,  and Neo's reluctant entrance into The Matrix were all part of our chat. As well as The Vision of Escaflowne, our Anime selection of the week. The origins of heroic fantasy in... Continue Reading →

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