We Blind See More Clearly: The Surreal Southern Gothic of The Beyond – Diabolique Magazine

We Blind See More Clearly: The Surreal Southern Gothic of The Beyond – Diabolique Magazine
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Motel Hell – USA, 1980 — HORRORPEDIA

 

“It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent Fritters” Motel Hell is a 1980 American comedy horror feature film directed by Kevin Connor (The House Where Evil Dwells; At the Earth’s Core, Frankenstein – [2004]; From Beyond the Grave), from a screenplay by producers Robert Jaffe and Steven-Charles Jaffe, and stars Rory Calhoun as farmer, butcher, and…

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The Fall of the House of Usher — The Haunted Palace

If someone were to measure just how ‘gothic’ a story was via a tick-list analysis of stereotypical parts, then Edgar Allan Poe’s classic ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ would cross the qualifying line furlongs ahead of its competitors. A claustrophobic and foreboding location? Yes. A deliciously wordy study of depression and mania, sanity […]

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