Hey there GoH fam! Dustin here again with another edition of ‘Recent Reads’, where I dive into my thoughts on three books I’ve read lately. For this edition, I do some pretty intense reading with history-based horror books, Red X and Ring Shout, while having some lighthearted fun with Broken Hearts. Let’s check ’em out!
As a new fan of Fear Street, largely thanks to the pretty dang good film trilogy put out by Netflix (check out our reviews here, here, and here!), I’ve made it my mission to hunt down as many of the books as I can. Imagine my surprise when I discover that these books aren’t really
Film trilogies are a tricky business. With the exception of Lord of the Rings and Star Wars, most trilogies don’t set out planning to tell a singular story across three films. If the first film was successful then maybe they would continue a plot or theme, but oftentimes, the sequels were just the same characters
I can’t believe that in my review of Fear Street: 1994, I forgot to mention the most important part of a successful slasher film: the sequel. Some slashers don’t always give us the promise of more, but others such as Halloween and Friday the 13th telegraph the continuing carnage from the first few scenes of
Ten years ago in 1994, I was walking into the local bookstore to pick the new…wait….that was 27 years ago? Fine then, I will start over. Almost 3 decades ago, with my allowance in hand, I was strolling into the local bookstore on a mission to snag the newest Goosebumps book by R.L. Stine. I