Not really, but now that I have your attention, I’ll be straight with you. I’m stuck in a rut as far as blogging is concerned and I feel lik...

Help! A Zombie Ate My Brain and I Want It Back

Not really, but now that I have your attention, I’ll be straight with you. I’m stuck in a rut as far as blogging is concerned and I feel like I’m running out of things to say and comment on. That’s not true of course, but regardless, it feels like I’m struggling to scrape some brain cells together every week to talk about horror. They say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem, so there I said it.

This current state of affairs has many causes: 1) the fact that I haven’t watched a lot of horror lately. Gasp if you will, but the only horror films on top of my TV right now are the Happening, P2 and the first season of True Blood. Right next to that is Office Space and the Negotiator. This circumstance has not been helped by my local Blockbuster 2) School +work. A deadly combination if there ever was one. In between grading a fresh batch of 50 freshman essays and writing response papers for my own classes, where does the time go? Away, and pretty fast too.

So, those are the meager reasons I have deprived you of my scintillating wit and killer commentary, but no more!

I’m raiding my library’s well stocked horror section and looking in to getting a Netflix account.

But I also need your help, gentle reader. What do you want to see me tear apart or just hear my opinion on? I will gladly give it for the asking.

Toodles.

3 comments:

  1. since i am currently obsessing about let the right one in i would love to hear your views on it...and the reason why a remake is a terrible idea...im bitter what can i say?

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  2. Scholar,

    Getting a Netflix account is something I highly reccomend...they carry titles I've never seen at the major rental places.

    I'm interested to hear your opinion on whatever the Hell you want to talk about, honestly! Your blog is one of my favorites to visit.

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