There’s Something in The Fog

Stu Horvath gets lost in John Carpenter’s The Fog.

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Neverending Horror

Stu Horvath wonders why videogames aren’t so great at horror. Then he plays Neverending Nightmares.

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Unwinnable Weekly Issue Nineteen

Stu Horvath calls on Twitter to rethink its policies for reporting harassment.

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Purely and Simply Evil

Stu Horvath returns to Haddonfield to examine the legacy of John Carpenter’s Halloween.

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Unwinnable Weekly Issue Eighteen

Stu Horvath wonders if we really need a Ghostbusters III.

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A Most Horrific Man

The earliest memory I have of The Fog is catching it during one of those monster movie marathons channels used to run on weekends in October, the ancestors of Joe Bob Briggs’ MosterVision. I was at my grandparent’s house down the shore and expecting the usual fare of kaiju or schlocky 50s B-movie monsters. What I got, though… One scene in particular stands out: when the young boy Andy walks along the windswept beach and finds a piece of driftwood emblazoned with the name of the ship that is haunting Antonio Bay. I didn’t get much farther than that –

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