Spook du Jour was among the first to recognize the sick and twisted silent clown slasher TERRIFIER as something special. (links at end of article for proof). Art the Clown just has it. He is without a doubt, a future iconic villain, and one of the only ones in recent memory. Where many have tried, few have … More You Heard it Here!
It’s that time again. We’ve completed yet another rotation around the sun. Some of Spook du Jour’s finest have compiled their end-of-year lists here and here, signaling the termination of 2018. Time rolls on like the paddywack man. Where was I going with this? AH YES! 2019! 2019 Promises more of what you love! Interviews, … More Spook of the Union – A Letter From the Editor
As we are nearing the end of the first quarter of The site’s resurrection, I thought it would be nice to offer a little update to our readers and supporters. We have had thousands of unique visitors and views in the last 3.5 months, which is outstanding! I am personally impressed with all this little … More The Updates on a Hill
No doubt you are familiar with the Goosebumps series of books. Night of the Living Dummy, The Haunted Mask, Revenge of the Lawn Gnomes, and the like. Goosebumps spawned no fewer than 6 series spinoffs, a TV series, and a major motion picture. I grew up as R.L. Stine’s biggest fan. I had the sheets, … More Completion gives me Goosebumps
My question walking out of the theatre after seeing Trey Edward Shults’s It Comes At Night is: WHAT comes at night? It’s not because I was left feeling confused. I have my own answer to that question. I ask that question because a film left me wanting to ask it to other people and have … More Changing The Game/Back To Basics