Category Archives: Work life

Hanging out with suspension artists at the KC Villain Arts Tattoo Convention

I’m going to preface this post by saying that I normally would not have considered going to a tattoo convention. Although I enjoy well-executed tattoos on other people, I have zero tattoos and have no intention of getting any. Likewise, … Continue reading

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In Her Skin: women hurting women

Naughty me, I’ve abandoned posting for a few days, yet there are still so many women-directed horror films to discuss! In the last week, My Horrific Life podcast cohost Todd and I saw The Love Witch  at the Alamo Drafthouse; … Continue reading

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Review: Understanding Necrophilia

For this edition of Scary Scholarly Saturday, we are going to look at the anthology Understanding Necrophilia: A Global Multidisciplinary Approach, edited by Drs. Lee Mellor, Anil Aggrawal, and Eric Hickey. I’ll admit upfront that I’m biased in my review, because … Continue reading

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“Objects of Desire” Supplemental Content Now Online

  As the publication for Understanding Necrophilia swiftly approaches, I decided to publish the supplemental material for my chapter “Objects of Desire” at http://myhorrificlife.com/necrophilia-chapter. If possible, I will expand the image gallery at a later date. Once the anthology becomes available, … Continue reading

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Review: The Green Inferno

  Eli Roth’s The Green Inferno finally got a theatrical release today. As a fan of Roth’s earlier films Cabin Fever and Hostel, I felt he was long overdue to direct another feature film. As in Hostel, Roth once again … Continue reading

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