The first time Steve Buscemi visited me in my slumber was my freshman year of high school. He came to me in one of the most vivid and detailed dreams my teenage self had ever had. The experience was bizarre, but I had the unshakable feeling that it was important. Still, I had no idea what it meant, and soon it faded from my mind.
You asked your burning questions in the faintest of night-whispers, and we've summoned the answers from the depths of the beyond. Here's all the #creepy fun factoids on your favorite #horror, straight to your brain-box from the finest seers, oracles, sooth-sayers, and totally tuned-in ghost-vibes.
I get a lot of questions about writing: the process, fave/least fave parts, and the 'where do you get your ideas' question no writer I've met really knows how to answer. Most of all, people want to know how to write interesting, real-seeming characters. The answer is simple - and I bet you already do it.
Living with a chronic illness or #disability is hard. It impacts every single area of your life. If you have one, you're probably at least always aware of it. It's not the kind of thing that goes away. (So, 'chronic.')
It's hard to make a scary movie nowadays. Or a genuinely funny one. Both #horror and comedy audiences are weary of the same old jump-scares and weak jokes; we've seen it all before, and it takes a lot to make us actually laugh, cry, or scream. Don't even get us started on #vampires - or mockumentaries. Even if you like the controversial style, you know it's a rare one that's truly hilarious and not just painfully awkward.
Have you heard? The new opening theme for Star Trek: Discovery has been released – and it's great. It holds to the Trek tradition of orchestral instrumentals (we can all ignore the theme from Enterprise), and blends the previous iconic themes with its own new melodies to create something nostalgic and new at the same time.