Stephen King’s ultimate evil vehicle of terror, Christine: the frightening story of a nerdy teenager who falls in love with his vintage Plymouth Fury. It’s love at first sight, but this car is no lady. Evil is alive in Libertyville. It inhabits a custom-painted red and white 1958 Plymouth Fury named Christine and young Arnold Cunningham, who buys it. There’s a peculiar feeling that surrounds Christine—she gets revenge on anyone standing in her path.
The film was released in 1983
Kevin Bacon auditioned for Arnie.
Christine was a '58 Fury with her plate reading: CQB 241
The script was written with extra cursing to get an R rating.
Nicolas Cage auditioned for the role of bad guy Buddy.
Continuity mistakes remain in the film, especially when Christine "attacks" the Camaro.
1. Michael Myers' mask is based on this person's face:
2. What is the shark's name in Jaws? _____
3. There are many cases of razors and poison in Halloween candy True or False
4. Friday the Thirteenth was filmed in a real camp in what state? ________
5.Who actually got lost in the hedge maze at the Overlook Hotel? _______
6. Danny changes his voice and wiggles his finger to speak for his imaginary friend named ___
7. Tom Cullen is spelled: _____
8. The first time a flushing toilet was shown on screen was in this movie:
9. What is amontillado?
10. LeStat plays a central role in what author's series of vampire stories?
Elizabeth is attending a foreign university when she is kidnapped and brutally beaten into submission. Over the course of months, she is punished cruelly for disobedience and rewarded with luxurious gifts when she is compliant. Spoiled by opulence, she lives in fear, wondering about her captor’s motives. His only requirements for her are that she improve herself and that she is the perfect dining companion. She is forced to accept and eat the most exotic foods in the world. Can she trade luxury and excitement for poverty and mundane? Has she been groomed to be another person entirely? How much does freedom mean to Elizabeth? What hellish secrets does her captive keep hidden? What is the end game, and what happened to the young women who failed his games? Elizabeth finds that the games go deeper than she imagined, and she knows that if she fails, she may end up the victim of a sex-trafficking ring that wants her. Psychological horror meets high cuisine. Bon appetit!
When the US Air Force loses contact with an experimental drone carrying a classified weapon system over a remote section of the Ouachita Mountain Range of eastern Oklahoma, a team of elite Pararescue personnel are sent in to recover the asset. After the entire team and the helicopter sent to extract them vanish without a trace, it is discovered that a highly-aggressive, hairy, bipedal hominid is responsible for the attack. Code Name: Wild Hunt is called in to handle the paranormal threat.
These tales will take you places you’ve never been before and may never dare revisit. They’ll whisper truths so twisted you can only face them in the darkest hours of the night. They’ll unlock desires so decadent you’ll never wash their taint from your flesh. Think Jack Ketchum meets Poppy Z. Brite.
“The kind of magic we’re looking for when we search the horror section in our local book store” - Jim Dodge, Mass Movement Magazine
Essel Pratt (HERE)
Essel Pratt is a purveyor of horror and fantasy, conjuring tales that haunt souls and inspire imagination. As a student of psychology and teller of tales, Essel writes to share the complex nature of his imaginings with the world. His ever-expanding catalog of short stories spans multiple anthologies and collections, ranging from whimsical fantasy to bizarre horror, including everything in between. Dedicated fans have praised his creations, labeling his talents as prolific in substance.
Hailing from Mishawaka, Indiana, his passion for writing began in the early years as his imagination taunted from within, begging for a release. Dabbling in art at first, he found that the stories that pleaded to be told could not be imprisoned by ink and paint alone. His most notable and prevalent accomplishments include Final Reverie, Sharkantula, and the multiple short stories that have garnered a following of their own, such as the adventures of Detective Mansfield.
1. Captain Kirk 2. Bruce 3. False. It all came from a father who gave his own son cyanide-laced candy on Halloween. 4. New Jersey 5. Director Kubrick 6. Tony 7. M-o-o-n 8. Psycho
9. wine 10. Ann Rice
Jerry W. McKinney's writing captures his readers' attention from the initial sentence to the very last word. Nightsound, McKinney's first full-length book of short stories, offers a terrifying smorgasbord of horror, suspense, love, loss of innocence, and eeriness. This haunting collection of dark tales elicits feelings of dread, hatred, fear, loss, sadness, and sympathy that will resonate with you long after you've finished reading it. So immerse yourself in a terrifying coming-of-age, and thirst for a taste of blood. Witness the rhythmic sways of a young girl to restrain a curse, and an unholy mass held by the dead. Try to dodge a rain of unspeakable horror, and then there is the madness of serial killers to keep you tucked in tonight. So check under your bed. Yeah ... twice would be better.