In Defence of Howard Phillips Lovecraft

It certainly isn’t particularly fashionable in this day and age of removing statues and flags to defend reprehensible iconography, related peoples…


Pornographic Omnicide; or, How Patriarchy Adapts

Thesis Pornoculture has become much broader than originally expected. This paper will examine its effect on body, mind, and society as a whole. This…


Finding Hope in Horror: 1917 and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

As the world seems to shift toward a very modern, yet more subtle brand of Armageddon, I’ve been thinking more and more about 1917, Sam Mendes’ 2019…


50 Shades of Trash: A Review of 365 Days

I don’t often do movie reviews, but every once in a while, there comes a movie just so pernicious I can’t help myself. 365 Days is one such movie. It…


Be the Lighthouse: An Interview with Ryan Landry

This Friday, Terror House Press will release its eighth book: Masculinity Amidst Madness by Ryan Landry, a digression on the state of the modern…


After the Wall Fell: A Review of Neighbours and Tourists by Ewa Mazierska

Neighbours and Tourists by Ewa Mazierska (Adelaide Books, 2019) Is there literature that we can describe as Polish literature in English, i.e.…


Echo from the East: An Interview with Xi Nan and Fish Lu

This Friday, Terror House Press will release its fifth book: With Light and Dust by Xi Nan and Fish Lu, a collection of Chinese minimalist poetry…


Chris Chibnall Doesn’t Understand Doctor Who

I really enjoy watching Doctor Who. And more than that, I enjoy dissecting Doctor Who. During the Russell T. Davies era, I enjoyed watching Peter Kay…


Rise of the Goatmen: A Review of Into the Vortex by Brian Eckert

"Clip-clop. Clip-clop. Clip-clop." --- Goatman, Into the Vortex I like to think of myself as a goatman. I run freely through the pastures. These are…


The Dystopian Genre is Dead

One of the inspirations for my upcoming novella The Pilgrim’s Digress was the realization that the time of the dystopian genre in the West has come…