- Scarina--the authoress and editrix of this site. I like scary movies and have dedicated my free time to cataloging horror--the good, the bad, and the ugly. Sometimes there are books too.
There's film criticism, literary criticism, and humor here. I can be highbrow but there's lots of pop culture too. And feminism.
I fervently love "Twin Peaks" and wish it were a real place so I could move there. I can't list my favorite scary movies because they change depending on my mood, the season, and how much coffee I've had.
I'm an artist looking for ways to blend creepy with cute. I try to channel my childhood nightmares, my love of horror, and my experiences with sleepy paralysis.
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Category Archives: ghosts
I’m back! With a review of the odd but interesting Bava movie, “The Whip and the Body.” Continue reading
I’m keeping up my trend of classy black-and-white ghost movies so you might want to straighten your monocles for 1944’s classic ghost movie The Uninvited. Like my last entry, The Innocents, The Uninvited is consistently high ranked on critics’ top horror lists … Continue reading
Watching Crimson Peak last month put me in the mood for a spooky story. Something old, set in the past, and with ghosts. Luckily, I had 1961’s The Innocents on hand. Guillermo del Toro regards this as one of his top … Continue reading
In his introductory essay, “Haunted Castles, Dark Mirrors,” to American Supernatural Tales, del Toro says; When I was a child–roughly seven years old–I started purchasing and collecting fantastic literature… The discovery of the horror tale at such an early age … Continue reading
Hi, everybody! Remember that time I was really bad at updating my blog? Sorry about that. I’ve missed everyone a lot. I’m just super involved in school right now and I’m also working and trying to make the best artwork … Continue reading
“The Taking of Deborah Logan” is a neat possession/ghost mash-up. Continue reading