About a year ago I announced a little art project I’ve been consistently working on – my Horror Hometown coffee mugs. You can read about them first here (Horror Hometowns! ), but the shorthand is that I began making these designs for me personally, but it turns out other people seem to like them… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs – Series 2
I’m all about being an equal opportunist when it comes to my attraction and objectification of men. Race, religion, sexual orientation, age, stages of life or death. I’m here for it all! This post today though is a chance for me to focus on the later criteria, because sometimes even a little gore isn’t enough… Read More Dead Guys I Would’ve Dated
If you’ve followed me on Instagram, you may have noticed some designs I’ve been making and slapping onto mugs. I don’t consider these great labors of art and love, but they are fun for me to make and it seems like people enjoy them as well. So allow me to officially announce my continuing line… Read More Horror Hometown Mugs!
So, Thanksgiving just passed and I had time to reflect on all the things I’m thankful for. Family. Friends. Health. Eggnog. And, of course, hunky and handsome horror villains! So join me as I spread some holiday cheer with a third round of Horror Villains I’d Love to Die For!
The weather has been so nice in Oregon, the bf and I decided to take advantage and splurge on a coastal overnight. We found a cheap, but very nice place to stay, had some good seafood, and got to experience the greatness of the Northwest Coast, from foggy dawn to warm midday to starlit night.… Read More Coastal Horror & Seaside Terror
I recently took a road trip from Portland, OR to Logan, Utah (right above SLC). I went with my boyfriend, the driver in our relationship, and along the highway devoured a couple magazines and a horror novel called The Troop by Nick Cutter. (Mini Review of that – the story is one part Slither,… Read More Horror Roadtrip Reads