The Chinese culture is a varied and curious thing. In it are the barbs of tattoo needles, that bring an artists renderings – to life! Inside this episode of The Curious Goods Podcast, a re-telling, a revisit and educational detailing of each episode of Friday The 13th: The Series, tattoos really DO come to … Continue reading Our Review Of “Tattoo” – Episode 16
The Academy Awards. Oscar. The oldest and most respected Entertainment Award ceremony out there. Often referred to as “The Super Bowl of the Movie Industry”. Some of the greatest films ever made have been recognized by Hollywood’s highest honor across all types of genres: Drama, Comedy, War Films, Biopics, Musicals, Westerns and Historical epics to … Continue reading Killing Oscar! How The Academy Snubs The Horror Genre
The regularly-occurring high school dance, is always a time of stress, raging hormones and angst, and inside the 15th episode of Season 1 of Friday The 13th: The Series – the trend continues. All because of a very special compact – made of gold. Valuable to be sure, but also cursed. Those who are woo’d … Continue reading Our Review Of “Vanity’s Mirror” – Episode 15
Finding ones way through rough times is often made much easier with – light. When you take light and make it portable, you’ve by definition made – a lantern. What would happen if the light that was emitted from a lantern was coming from a lantern that was – cursed! We find out about that … Continue reading Our Review Of “Bedazzled” – Episode 14
George Michael was right – ya’ gotta’ have faith. Or DO you? The wonder of those who are afflicted with a medical condition, circumstances beyond their control and more is a story as old as time itself. The only thing older than those with the medical afflictions that aren’t healed – because they die, are … Continue reading Our Review Of “Faith Healer” – Episode 12
The value of a scarecrow isn’t that it’s typically inexpensive to make. It’s not that it helps to keep the crops fresh and free of varmines of all kinds – it’s that it becomes the heart-jolting centerpiece of stories like the one featured inside this episode of Friday The 13th, The Series. Two of our … Continue reading Our Review of “Scarecrow” – Episode 11
Stephen King has a body of work that is ripe for adaptation. Over the decades many of his short stories and novels have been adapted into everything from feature films, television miniseries and even comic books. Depending on their faithfulness to the source material, those adaptations run the gauntlet of being surprisingly good to painfully … Continue reading Cycle Of The Werewolf (The Novella) Versus Silver Bullet (The Film)
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!