If you're a horror fan and like reading blogs, but for some reason would prefer to pay to do so, this might be the book for you.
As always, real life is scarier than horror. Which is part of why Angry Scholar prefers horror.
The Ghostbusters meet the Real Ghostbusters (again) and it is just the best thing since Ecto Cooler.
There's no way a comic about a violent gun-toting idiot running for president with the help of a bloodthirsty demon is relevant social satire. NO WAY.
If you like super, super melodramatic period films, this may be up your alley.
A cop who fails to stop crime becomes a professor who fails to stop crime. Angry Scholar wants to work at that university.
In Another Evil it's just another day. With, you know, really nice people with nice things to say about you...NO WAIT-
This one is just pretty damned good.
Researching ghosts can be hazardous to your health.
SomeTHING is on the loose in medieval England, only it's not exactly the THING you THINGk it is.
While not quite Bruce Campbell-worthy, Lurking Fear still manages to be a fun B romp. Cthulhu fhtagn!
In Beacon Point, the truth that's out there isn't worth wanting to believe in.
Peel Back the Skin offers enough smart chills to forgive a few boring clunkers.
HEX is a book about a town and its witch, and not much else.
Spies and demons? How has nobody thought of this before?
The Binding asks uncomfortable questions about God, faith, and family. Angry Scholar doesn't have the answers, but is happy to pretend that he does.
Edgar Allan Poe's most famous short stories find new life in this animated anthology.
If you like half-baked things with gooey centers (the bad kind of gooey), you still shouldn't watch this because Silent Hillis on Netflix.
Nina's the sexiest corpse you ever... uh... Never... Never mind.
The Case of Hana and Alice is slow, and nothing much happens, and there's no action to speak of. And it's really good.
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