So much craziness in the tiny universe that is the horror blogosphere - who gives a fuck? Not me, no sir. Just like Mary J said, no more drama...instead let's take a look at some of the better posts being served up out there, shall we?
Over at The Horror Digest, Andre has been serving up some truly interesting fare as she celebrates Black History Month. This is good stuff, kids. Not enough has been written about African Americans in Horror - in fact, I can't think of anyone who has tackled this subject. Go see for yourself!
The Moon is a Dead World has a great write up on the classic, The Haunting (the real one, not that godawful remake from a years back). Read what Ryne has to say about Hill House - it's a real estate lesson for these trying times.
What do you get when you combine the snark and sass of Ms. Stacie Ponder with the wit and wisdom of Arbogast? You get one hell of a head scratcher of an "interview": not since Frost talked to Nixon...head on over to Final Girl and read it.
Zombies Don't Run finds Chuck checking into The House of the Devil - I love it when the young'uns "get it". Click here, and take Mr. Conroy's advice about being asked if you are the babysitter!
My "Daughter" BJ-C answers the age old question, "What if Jack Torrance had been a Jill?" Head on over to Day of the Woman, and find out!
Matt is Puttin' on the Ritz at the Friday Night Dance Party at Chuck Norris Ate My Baby - Oh Sweet Mystery of Life, join him!
Speaking of Matt, what do you get when Mr. Suzaka joins the Grand Poobah of Horror Blogging? You get a couple of swell guys bitching about famous horror directors who may have lost their way. Check out B-Sol's latest Vault-cast HERE.
Over at Slasher Speak, Vince is working out some father issues as he takes on the remake of The Stepfather. Did he love it? Did he hate it? Is Jamie Lee Curtis mentioned? Take a look!
What? You bitches still craving some controversy, well, then head on over to Zombo's Closet of Horrors and let Iloz Zoc fill you in on why the Bloody Bloggers Award never saw the light of day.
My main man, Te* has been running his terrific blog, Slasher Film Sanctuary for a while now, and recently he reported on The Dead Next Door - for some reason, I found this review hysterical...but not enough to ever rent the movie.
Dick Miller get's some long overdue love, and a poll of his own over at The Paradise of Horror. About time, sez I!
And finally, if you want to clean your palate, and step away from the zombies, slashers, werewolves and vampires for a bit - by all means, go on over to A Touch of Tuesday Weld. Laura Linger's little labor of retro love is a pleasant find, and a nice break from the darkness. Tell her, Pax sent you!