Google, Apple, Facebook… The big bad tech. They’re selling our data, listening to our conversations and playing God. Their cultures can be fiercely competitive and frankly, you don’t get to the top without bloodshed. Our world revolves so heavily around these giants. They’re inescapable. It’s scary stuff, which of course sets the stage for the… Read More Creator of Horror Comic ‘MONOCUL’ Addresses the World of Tech & Supporting Artists
While things have been grim for movie releases this year and pickings seem few, Shudder has been keeping the momentum going for movie-watchers at home. Some of The Superghoul’s favorite films this year are streaming exclusively on Shudder, and with each announcement of films and shows to be added to the platform, our excitement grows… Read More What’s Coming to Shudder in August 2020?
The second installment of the Couch-a-Thon Film and Music Festival is in full swing and they have partnered with Crypticon Seattle to bring you an entire evening dedicated to the world of independent horror. The two plan to bring us many of the films that would have been at the Crypticon Film Fest that was… Read More A Night Of Indie Horror With Couch-A-Thon and Crypticon Seattle
This post contains spoilers for Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Like all media that depicts witches and paganism, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina remains rooted in the fantastic. Unlike all the other media that depicts witches and paganism, the series uses its fantastic nature to achieve the closest depiction of modern witchcraft to date. It didn’t start… Read More CHILLING ADVENTURES OF SABRINA and Modern Paganism
Horror can be so many things. It’s that indisputable fact that makes the “is this really horror” conversation so utterly exhausting. Some people prefer slashers, others folk horror, and others still a good old-fashioned slow burn. No, I’m not going to list every subgenre. You get what I’m trying to say here. Horror reaches far,… Read More The Humanity in Horror