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Mary Shelly’s FRANKENSTEIN: A Celebration 200 Years In The Making!



It’s often credited as the first “monster” book. The granddaddy of all monsters.  A novel that dared to ask the questions of not only the moral implications of “playing God” but also what is the purpose of life?  What basic human needs are most important?  What lengths will we go to defend and or avenge … Continue reading Mary Shelly’s FRANKENSTEIN: A Celebration 200 Years In The Making!


Lethal Listings: 7 Halloween TV Specials You Might Have Forgotten



Remember when The Wizard Of Oz would air on television once a year and if you missed it, you were shit out of luck? It was the same with the Christmas specials. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman and A Charlie Brown Christmas. If you and your family didn’t tune in, you had … Continue reading Lethal Listings: 7 Halloween TV Specials You Might Have Forgotten


Lethal Listings – 7 Questions With The Brothers Grimm



Family. Long gone are the days of the “normal” family unit. A Father, a Mother, two children and a pet. It’s common today for a family to have two fathers, or two mothers, step children, foster children. Maybe your grandmother is raising you. Or perhaps there is no blood connection at all. The word Family … Continue reading Lethal Listings – 7 Questions With The Brothers Grimm