This is it. It’s time for Drunk Hulk to pay the tab.
On Wednesday morning a Long Island family was visited by members of a joint terrorism task force after they had the misfortune of Googling “pressure cookers” and “backpacks”. In the interest of making sure you don’t make the same mistake, I’ve created a list of things you should not Google: “Google” “Wankel rotary engine” “Hodor” “When’s […]
Drunk Hulk chooses his “Most Sexiest Peoples of 2012.”
I was invited by Write Place, Write Time to join the company of amazing writers like Joe Hill, Peter Straub and Nicholson Baker to share where I write with the rest of the world. Clearly a mistake had been made. That said, you can now go over there and see “where the magic happens.” Check […]
Puff Chrissy’s Shelf Porn is a two month look at some of the shelves in my library. This’ll give me the opportunity to share some of my thoughts on the books in my collection, as well as allow me to organize my library, which is currently spread out among two continents. This week: Part 4
Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon is an excellent example of horror deconstruction in the 21st century, up there with other recent cinematic examples like All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, and literary examples like Joe Hill’s “Best New Horror” (DAY 8!). When I find myself talking about the film with others, inevitably the Scream trilogy […]
“BEST NEW HORROR” Joe Hill’s short story “Best New Horror” is about a jaded horror editor who receives a terrifying short story submission that renews his faith in horror stories. The editor’s interest in the story leads him to seek out the author, a meeting that fans of horror will see coming a mile away, followed by a […]
There’s been a semi-active dialogue on “Everything Sucks” over at Nolan’s Pop Culture Review that I’ve been both fascinated and annoyed by in the last few weeks. Last week I wrote a small rebuttal and Nolan was kind enough to post it on his site. It begins like this: I’m amazed at how pop culture […]