Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. Greetings, great pumpkins! Halloween is once again upon us and there are plenty of goings-on around town to wet your horrific appetite. If classic horror films are your cup of tea, then head over to the big,
Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a regular column about the horror genre. And a special greeting to Great Pumpkins everywhere! Here’s a few classic horrors playing on the big screen for this Halloween season. Dracula (1931) screened with the Philip Glass score performed by Kronos Quartet. Tuesday October 31 @8pm, Paramount
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Welcome to Bay of the Living Dead, a twice a month column about the horror genre, past, present and future. Apologies, ladies and gents. This column is still a wee bit off schedule. I’m still playing catch-up after having been quite ill early this month. But by next month, you should start
I ordered “Vampire Dick” off the menu in a dining hall that sports blood splattered walls, skulls, a wonky mannequin dressed like Vlad the Impaler.