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Westside Fairytales: Horror and Dark Fiction Stories

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An EXTENSIVE discussion of the absolute mess that is Malignant and my thoughts on Candyman. Don't forget to buy The Eyes Beneath My Father's House on ebook and paperback at Amazon!!Support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/34jUJsGYou can also suppo
The Great Hiatus continues! This week on the Horror and Lit Club I wax philosophical about suburban facism, the Psychonauts games, and the absolute mess that is American Horror Story. I hope you all enjoy, and don't forget to buy the book!Suppo
Mid-summer check in! Don't forget to preorder the book on Amazon!Support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/34jUJsGYou can also support us by purchasing some merch: https://bit.ly/33bjPtuFollow us on Twitter: https://bit.ly/2WxCs8yFollow us on Faceb
Ash clings to life by a thread, hanging literally at the edge of the door to oblivion. But she can hear the typewriter. It is calling to her.Support us on Patreon: https://bit.ly/34jUJsGYou can also support us by purchasing some merch: https://
Ash accomplishes the tasks set to her by her other self, the Writer, only to find the woman miserably dead beside a destroyed typewriter in the garret. Ash has found the painting, has spoken with the artist, and has discovered how the Poisoned
A super duuuuuper long episode of the Horror and Lit Club in which I ramble at length about home repairs, Castlevania, my take on the new pride flag, and in which I deliver a roughly two-hour-long script revision of the new Conjuring movie from
Ash has proven to herself beyond a shadow of a doubt that anywhere she exists, if Mike’s there, she can — and will — kill him. He’s no longer a stain in her heart, but there are other problems.She’s trapped in Ashley Colon’s version of reality
It’s clear that the events Ash’s presence in Gun Cotton has set into motion haven’t been slowed in the least by her return to her own time. After a lifetime of letting herself be slowed, sidelined, and stalled, she’s ready to break through into
Talking about the new Resident Evil for a long damn time. If you haven't played the game, spoilers abound! So play the game first!I also talk about some side projects I've got going on.Thanks for listening! Subscribe and review us on iTunes or
Ash’s desperate gambit in the Doctor’s hidden clinic has paid off, returning her home as though from a dream. Faced with the revelations of the clinic, many questions have been answered, but many still more remain.Ash finds that Gun Cotton has
The Doctor’s threats, and his condition, make it all too clear that Ash’s time in the Starling household is rapidly coming to a close. Doped on morphine and left to fend for herself, she’s swept up into the arms of a girl with the same name as
Nobody should ever watch Redo of Healer. In this episode, I talk about the difficulties of publishing, make a major announcement, talk about the Netflix series Dark, and ramble at length about the evolution of Anime streaming. Enjoy!
Nobody should ever watch Redo of Healer. In this episode, I talk about the difficulties of publishing, make a major announcement, talk about the Netflix series Dark, and ramble at length about the evolution of Anime streaming. Enjoy!
Ash realizes she’s stuck in this iteration of the house once she finds the house doesn’t even have the garret she’s been looking for. Gone too is the typewriter, though she can still hear it faintly throughout the house.She adapts to her new jo
Ash realizes she’s stuck in this iteration of the house once she finds the house doesn’t even have the garret she’s been looking for. Gone too is the typewriter, though she can still hear it faintly throughout the house.She adapts to her new jo
Ash’s brief stint in the world of her doppelganger, Ashley Colon, may have ended, but things are only getting more bizarre. Sick, confused, and alone with the doctor from her nightmares, Ash must yet again adapt to a new life in order to surviv
Ash’s brief stint in the world of her doppelganger, Ashley Colon, may have ended, but things are only getting more bizarre. Sick, confused, and alone with the doctor from her nightmares, Ash must yet again adapt to a new life in order to surviv
I talk about Greg McLean's "The Darkness," possibly the most stultifyingly boring movie I've ever seen, my plans for upcoming format changes to various parts of the podcast, and a recommendation for "Little Nightmares" by Tarsier Studios. I als
I talk about Greg McLean's "The Darkness," possibly the most stultifyingly boring movie I've ever seen, my plans for upcoming format changes to various parts of the podcast, and a recommendation for "Little Nightmares" by Tarsier Studios. I als
There is no separating Ash from her visions now, and she doesn’t know if what she’s experiencing are visions at all. Seemingly thrust out of her own life and into one she’d rather die — rather kill — than live, she finds her headspace filled wi
There is no separating Ash from her visions now, and she doesn’t know if what she’s experiencing are visions at all. Seemingly thrust out of her own life and into one she’d rather die — rather kill — than live, she finds her headspace filled wi
The lines around Ash’s reality blur in full as she finishes Morgan’s story. The cruel, beautiful ghost haunting her seems as made of flesh as Darcy.As time moves on without Ash fully in the world, the repairs to her home proceed on schedule. Bu
The lines around Ash’s reality blur in full as she finishes Morgan’s story. The cruel, beautiful ghost haunting her seems as made of flesh as Darcy.As time moves on without Ash fully in the world, the repairs to her home proceed on schedule. Bu
Talking about "The Frozen Ground" dir. by Scott Walker and "Coldheart Canyon" by Clive Barker, as well as rambling at length about the completion of my most recent novel "Black City," which you are not allowed to read yet.Support us on Patreon 
Talking about "The Frozen Ground" dir. by Scott Walker and "Coldheart Canyon" by Clive Barker, as well as rambling at length about the completion of my most recent novel "Black City," which you are not allowed to read yet.Support us on Patreon 
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