Tag Archives: horror

Do It, Billy Joe

In which Your ‘Umble Satyrblade has had his fill of Trump-humping racist dolts. Upon seeing a post about Trump’s insistence that his faithful will begin civil war if and when he’s finally impeached, some name-withheld-fuckstick with his own right-wing radio … Continue reading

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This Must be the Final Line

When white people endure heroic journeys against impossible odds, Hollywood makes heartwarming action films about them. When people with darker skins do the exact same thing, we fire tear gas at their children. This must become our Kent State moment. … Continue reading

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666: Six Aspects of Horror (Part I)

Horror is not about zombies, or vampires, or even torture at the hands of maniacs. As we head into the season most associated in America [1] with horror, I want to point out that horror is more concerned with mortality … Continue reading

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“BRAINS!!!”

The Zombie, as an archetype, is perhaps the most socio-political monster of them all. It says, in effect, “Your neighbors want to kill you, so maybe you should kill them first.” Although its many cultural incarnations all reflect the universal … Continue reading

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