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Snapshots: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed

I used to be a fan, but this latest season of Dancing With the Stars is just getting weird.

My New Podcast: Welcome to 1951 Down Place!...

I've mentioned my love of Hammer flicks many times over on the Bloody Good Horror Podcast. I've never really gone in depth with this love affair on the air however. Seeing as I love to talk movies and books and such, why not bring in some friends to talk Hammer films? Luckily, I have two friends that love Hammer as much as I do, so I've joined forces with Derek, a.k.a.

Here Come The Mummies - "Pants"

Rocking out at work today, I stumbled upon Here Come The Mummies and their tune "Pants". When it's all said and done, it's a great song and the mummy suits are baller, so why not share? (if you're at work or in mixed company however, use headphones!)

A New Ebook from Casey: The Fat Man and his Dog

You know what they say...pimpin' ain't easy! But I'm going to pimp this spiffy new ebook short all the same!

This time around, we have a visit from "The Fat Man and his Dog" who once graced these very pages at Cinema Fromage! Originally run as a serial here back in 2007, the story has made it's rounds and still, somehow, remains a favorite of the few folks that actually read it!

Books: "The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch" by Joseph Delaney

My house is a reader’s house. We’re all into reading, including my daughter! (Who just asked for a Kindle for her birthday if that gives you an idea how big of a reader she is!) Here recently, she’s been locked into a book series that really grabbed a hold of her imagination; Joseph Delaney’s “The Last Apprentice: Revenge of the Witch”. Every night throughout her first reading of the first book, she’s been coming out to tell us about the adventures of Tom Ward and the evil Mother Malkin but we really didn’t have any idea what she was talking about.

Two New E-Book Shorts from Casey

You know, Kraft has been selling their cheese by the slice for decades now, so why should Cinema Fromage be able to sell theirs by the slice as well? For a whopping $.99, you can now buy e-book copies of my short stories "Jack Boots for Jesus" that was originally published in the college literary magazine "The Jack" back in 2007, and "Deep Lies the Murky Floor" that appeared in last years "Dark: A Horror Anthology"!

2 Days Left to Vote BGH in the Rondo Awards!

As we've mentioned many times already, we here at Bloody Good Horror are honored to be nominated for our first Rondo Hatton Award for Best Horror Audio!

The time draws near for the polls to draw to a close! Be sure to head over to the official ballot for the 9th Annual Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards where you will find the full list of nominees, the voting rules and more!

Audio Books: "Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter"

“Day late and a dollar short.” That phrase fits me well in so many facets of life. What can I say, I like to move at my own pace. Thankfully, this time around the things I’m behind the curve on aren’t anything too important. (Not like that time I tried to grow long hair after the bald spot was into its fourth year of spreading.) Like audio books. Audio books have been around forever! I haven’t really bothered with them before. Now that I’m hiking upwards of twenty miles a week, I’ve grown attached to my headphones and mp3 player as noise helps the time go by fast.

"Mondo Sasquatch" Rears It's Head for a May Release!

Hey folks! Casey, your friendly PR bear here. You ever get that feeling that something's watching you while you're walking through the woods? You shook off the cold chill that ran down your spine, passing the moment off as simple heebie jeebies and nothing more?

Well guess what. You were wrong.

The Sasquatch is real.

"Scream 4" Lands a New Teaser Poster

In Scream 4, Sidney Prescott, now the author of a self-help book, returns home to Woodsboro on the last stop of her book tour. There she reconnects with Sheriff Dewey and Gale, who are now married, as well as her cousin Jill (played by Emma Roberts) and her Aunt Kate (Mary McDonnell). Unfortunately Sidney’s appearance also brings about the return of Ghostface, putting Sidney, Gale, and Dewey, along with Jill, her friends, and the whole town of Woodsboro in danger.

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