What I Read and Watched – April 2019

To continue the monthly breakdown I started at the beginning of the year, here’s the breakdown, offered without comment.   Movies   Planeta Bur (Feature, 1962) Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (Feature, 1965) Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (Feature, 168) Metropolis (Feature, 1927) Evil of Dracula (Feature, 1974) Corpse Vanishes, The (Hosted by Midnite Mausoleum) (Feature, 1942) Santo and the Vengeance of the Mummy (Santo en la venganza…

What I Read and Watched – March 2019

To continue the monthly breakdown I started at the beginning of the year, here’s the breakdown, offered without comment.   Movies House on Haunted Hill (Feature, 1959) Memoir (Short, 2016) Pets (Short, 2018) House of Wax (Feature, 1953) Plan 9 From Outer Space (Feature, 1959) Lake of Dracula (Feature, 1971) Captain Marvel (Feature, 2019) The Vampire Doll (Feature, 1970) Nano (Short, 2017) Dinosaurus! (Feature, 1960) Clockwork Monsters: The Art and…

(Un)dead tree edition coming soon

Monster Hunter for Hire (Supernatural Solutions: The Marc Temple Casefiles – Volume 1) is only available as an ebook . . . but that’s going to change soon. Right now, I’m experiencing the longest three-to-five business days I’ve known as a writer while I wait for a proof of Monster Hunter for Hire to hit my mailbox. If all goes well, I’d expect to see a print edition of the…

Marc Temple is ready to believe you . . . for a price

Vampires. Werewolves. Zombies. Yes, these things are real, but fortunately for those who can afford him, so is Marc Temple. And he’s good. Real good. He’s a former FBI agent turned freelancer with the knowledge and skills to eliminate your monster problems. And his rates are negotiable. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07PWQ6B2G

What I Read and Watched – February 2019

To continue the monthly breakdown I started at the beginning of the year, here’s the breakdown, offered without comment. (I did lose track of the comics I’ve been reading, so I’ll drop that moving forward.) Movies Klondike Kate Extinction Abducted in Plain Sight Mississippi Gambler, The Conquest of Cochise Requeim for a Gringo Frankenstein’s Bloody Terror Vampire’s Ghost, The Souls of Totality Hot Lead Hard Fury Blood of the Mummy…

What I Read and Watched – January 2019

For the past several years, I’ve kept a log of the movies I’ve watched and the books I’ve read. I like to know, especially at the end of the year, how many movies I’ve seen in what genre in what format, etc., and I just carried that over to books. The back-half of 2018, though, was a bit . . . off routine, to say the relationship-with-my-employer-terminated-least, and I lost…

It’s October 40th

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The month of October (the first 31 days, at least) was FANTASTIC for me . . . for everything other than writing. Halloween is a month-long celebration for me (more so than it normally is year round!), and once the annual HP Lovecraft Film Festival and CthulhuCon kicks off the first weekend of October, this monster kid goes into full Halloween Kid mode. What does that mean? It means I…

Strange Aeons #23 – Available for Pre-Order

At last year’s HP Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon, I was approached by a couple of regular Lurkers at the festival – Rick Tillman and Kelly Young. I’ve known them both a long time (if I remember correctly, they made their HPLFF debut the same year I did . . . maybe . . . ?), and I consider them friends. I also consider them incredibly talented. Not only have…

Post-Surgery, Mid-Recovery, Organizing

Those of you who’ve listened to the most recent episodes of my podcast have heard about my surgery. I didn’t think it would be a huge deal, but it ended up being a more sideline-ing than I thought it would be. The surgery was more than two weeks ago, but I’m still sore and still don’t have my energy back. Long story, short – I had a sinuplasty to correct…