Date night at home can sometimes be a difficult undertaking. The man and I were craving some good horror fun and cuddles the other night so we turned to Redbox. After searching through every movie the box had to offer, we couldn’t really find anything we could agree on. After my absolute refusal to settle for something else, i.e. The Dictator (not really my cuppa), we decided to ask our trusty pal Netflix for some help. Continue Reading →
There is no shortage of horror films available in the great month of October. For that, I’m extremely thankful. The recent box office drought was seriously beginning to affect my happiness. Continue Reading →
This time of year means many things for me: changing leaves, a chill in the air, mainstream horror, and of course pumpkins. I love pumpkins and all things pumpkin. I could live off of pumpkin pie, pumpkin butter, pumpkin coffee, pumpkin donuts…you get the point. So it seems only natural for me to attend the West Virginia Pumpkin Festival in Milton. Continue Reading →
Let’s take a walk down dead nemesis/bff memory lane, shall we? S1, We had Icetruck – charismatic and wily (and family!) and for me by far the most engaging nemesis/friend Dexter’s courted on SHO’s lovably splattery hit show. Kinda blew their wad there by putting him on ice (oohhhh burnnnnnn!) and we have to settle for his smug bastard ghost doing the big brother thing in Dexter’s head. Bye Bye Bynie! Continue Reading →
Last Saturday, Penny, Elle, and I had the pleasure of participating in Shockacon, West Virginia’s premiere horror and scifi convention. Our friend Esmerelda (called Esme) was kind enough to hang out and help us spread the horrorful word since the plague had stricken the house of Wayward in the weeks leading up to the event. Continue Reading →
October is a special month for us at horrorfullife.com. This should come as no surprise. The leaves are changing, Halloween décor is proudly displayed, and horror movies are taking over the box office. Continue Reading →
Elle took me out on my version of a romantic date last weekend – that means we went to see a horror movie with a lot of female-centric themes (it’s an election year, we can’t quit talking about women’s bodies!) and I sneaked in about twenty bucks worth of junk food. The Possession had me from hello – exorcism films are my number one favorite subgenre of horror, has been since I saw The Exorcist in middle school. Sometimes they’re great, mostly they’re crap, but I keep crawling back. I’ve been sewing pasties until my hands bled (seriously, my eczema is driving me nuts and I have a huge crack in my palm. Let’s not delve too deeply into the potential interpretations of that, okay?) so it took me until now, the film’s third week in theaters, to tell you guys you’d be an ass to miss this flick. Continue Reading →
While Charleston's burlesque scene takes its first toddling steps, let's talk about this upcoming show, eh?
Charleston, WV's world famous Empty Glass will host WGSoB's first recital as part of the Shockacon afterparty, Saturday September 29, starting around ten pm. In keeping with the fright and fantasy theme of ShockaCon, Penny, Pepper, Elle, Lilli, Kitty, Lavender, Luna and Leo have prepared a gory, creepy, spooky show - with about a dozen breasts, of course!
Last week I had the opportunity to have a chat with Mike Winland, one of the demented minds behind Shockacon. Mike has been in the photography biz for about 15 years building up an impressive portfolio and earning the title of ‘Best in the Valley.’ Working out of his beautiful studio in Kanawha City with a large variety of backdrops painted by Chris Woodall, Mike creates unique senior portraits and wedding photography as well as other photographic endeavors. Continue Reading →