You Can’t See Creepy With a Cellphone Light: Guilt & Shadows in American Horror

This is a really interesting perspective and well worth the read. However, I think I have a pretty different take. I’d love to write a friendly rebuttal as a fellow horror fan, but only if that would be something you’d be receptive too.

Zombie Salmon (the Horror Continues)

American Horror. It’s become this great, terrible disappointment.

What used to set my imagination on fire is now a non sequitur, a discombobulated mess of unrealized terrors.

I am bummed.

That realization started with the attempt to watch a movie in a movie theater not so long ago… A simple task, one which turned out to be a farce in a room full of bobbing silhouettes, a lot of explosions from nearby theater screens, and scores of cellphones – like fireflies – punctuating the darkness that was supposed to have monsters in it.

Imagine my Horror when the stars of the movie produced their own cellphones , holding them out like crucifixes to ward off the darkness of their haunted house. No wonder it took so long to find something scary. When the worst that can happen is no signal or a deficit of bars… well, the Horror just doesn’t…

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