His name is Patrick, and he is the host and investigator of the YouTube series, The Haunted Side. Streaming services want him, and TV channels have reached out to him. He's growing quickly in the paranormal community, and has captured some of the most insane evidence anyone could ever see on camera. Check out what his camera picked up at the bottom of the article!
This was my second week visiting my friend's home. While trying to capture paranormal activity, I had decided to interview him so that I could get his perspective. Here is what happened.
Originally from Los Angeles, Rose Sinister is a professional tour guide in New Orlean's French Quarter specializing in haunts, mysteries, and - most especially - vampires. Rose has a singular, elegant personal aesthetic that has been likened to a "Gothic Mary Poppins." My kind of gal!
My wife to this day can communicate with the dead. As a child, her abilities were stronger than ever. This is her story.
A few months ago I reviewed Ryan Lieske's first novel, Fiction. Ryan is a longtime friend of mine, and as a fan of his movie work and his book, I wanted to take an opportunity to get some info from him on his writing and creative processes.
A few months ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing one of Hollywood's celebrated Scottish poster artists. Ciara McAvoy is known for her detailed work of oil in canvas, and has won numerous awards for the poster she did for X-Men: First Class and Filth. (Although most of her work features James McAvoy, the two don't share immediate familial relation.)
You’re an artist. You work considerably longer than the standard 40 hours per week to hone and perfect your craft. You desire and deserve to finally earn a living through your art.
While Douglas Pipes' name might not be one the entire world is familiar with, everyone should really be paying close attention to what he's working on—especially now that he has Netflix's The Babysitter on his list of credits.
Andres Muschietti sat down to talk with the Toronto Sun to talk about the remake of IT. While most of the interview naturally revolved around the upcoming horror film, Muschietti expressed that he wishes to adapt another of Stephen King's stories after It.
After the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, fans were left in a state of disbelief. Not only did the main group of survivors lose Abraham, but they were also faced with the death of beloved friend Glenn Rhee. The death of Glenn and Abraham will surely weigh on the remaining survivors, as well as weigh on the actors who portray Abraham and Glenn as they move on with their careers.