OCT19 – 2017

THE DEVIL CREPT IN BY ANIA AHLBORN I’ve mentioned in past posts that most of my reading of horror and weirdness these days is via short story collections and anthologies. The short and novella forms are, for me, the most potent when it comes to packing a scary and stylistic wallop. That does not mean, […]

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OCT18 – 2017

THE BRITISH AND THEIR CREEPY, CREEPY AWESOMENESS! Friends, for me there is no better body of horror film than whatever the hell was going on in Britain between the late 1960s and the early 1980s. There’s just something so beautiful and wrong with the aesthetic, which seems borne of ancient paganism, sinister old thickets, and […]

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OCT17 – 2017

A HUNK OF CREEPY MUSIC VIDEOS FOR YOU Here’s a whole bunch of spookified music videos for you youngsters. In some cases, the songs are spooky, too. In others, it’s whatever the hell is happening on screen that brings the heebie-jeebies. Hopefully you’ll find something something you haven’t heard/seen yet here… Oneohtrix Point Never – […]

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OCT16 – 2017

FOUND FOOTAGE 3D: IT’S META COMEDY HORROR TIME, PEOPLE! In an effort to try and stay at the cutting edge here at 31 HATH, I watched a movie that’s just come out. It’s a little ditty called FOUND FOOTAGE 3D, and it’s a… well, a found footage movie that’s… shot in 3D. It’s about a […]

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OCT15 – 2017

INVASION OF THE POD (CAST) PEOPLE, PT. 2 In continuing my quest to “get hip with the times” and be all “cool, man”, I have casting about for more horror/horror-ish podcasts worth spending valuable ear space on. Since I am a newbie, for those of you who are old hands at this stuff, this might […]

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OCT14 – 2017

CREEPIFIED SHORT ANIMATED FILMS, AHOY! There’s just something so RIGHT about using animation to horrify, don’t you think? WHO’S HUNGRY David Ochs WAITING Emylyn Boyle FRANCIS Richard Hickey GHOST SQUAD Kieran Sugrue BUMP CLASSIQUE Ben Wheele BANJO GYRO! Grady Sain THE TALE OF HOW Jannes Hendrikz, Ree Treweek and Markus Smit TWELVE DAYS OF BLACK […]

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OCT13 – 2017

YOU SHALL NEVER KNOW SECURITY, J.R. HAMANTASCHEN I want to personally thank Jonathan Raab for a post he wrote about the awesomeness of J.R. Hamantaschen’s first short story collection, YOU SHALL NEVER KNOW SECURITY, on Facebook. I decided to jump in without knowing anything about JRH, and after devouring the entire book, my mind is […]

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