Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre, past, present and future. This edition of Bay of the Living Dead is a little late–I’ve been recuperating from the flu. Thanks to a visit to Dr. Frankenstein, I am healed! Moving forward you can look for this
Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition, currently on display at Contemporary Jewish Museum through Oct 30th, underscores the late filmmaker’s brilliance. As you peruse this comprehensive tribute to the legendary auteur’s life and career, you might find yourself drawn into a small, self-contained room. Inside, scenes from the director’s groundbreaking and still
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Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice-a-month column about horror movies and TV, past, present and future. Scream Factory, Shout Factory’s wonderfully sublime horror label, brings four fondly remembered B chillers from the early 1970s to Blu-Ray. Murders in the Rue Morgue (1971) and The Dunwich Horror (1970), both from the drive-in mavens
In July 1990, Congress enacted the Americans With Disabilities Act, a wide ranging civil-rights law meant to prevent discrimination based on disability. Every July, people with disabilities celebrate the passage of this important legislation. Disability comes in many forms: blindness, deafness, loss of limbs, as well as emotional and mood disorders
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice-a-month column dedicated to the horror genre, past, present and future. Before there was Showtime’s just cancelled series Penny Dreadful, there was Penny Dreadful’s Shilling Shockers. Penny Dreadful (the character, not the series) is a New England based witch who loves to