I’ve always wondered if Lynch was a fan of Mario Bava or Dario Argento (also a Hitchcock fan, incidentally). Continue reading
“The Duke Of Burgundy“ was a fictional pub in the classic Ealing comedy Passport To Pimlico (1949). It also happens Continue reading
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Fans of all things dark, gothic, twisted, surreal, and just plain different should dive into my blood-soaked, surrealistic homage to Continue reading
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It didn’t care if you were human. What died in the forest stayed in the forest.
Acknowledgements Someone once said ‘write what you know’. So here’s to all those years spent in a dark basement, nestled Continue reading
Published by Kadath Press Chatham, UK Copyright © 2014 Cameron A. Straughan All rights reserved. No part of this publication Continue reading