Have you ever read a story that really was a story within a story? “Two for the price of one,” you might be thinking to yourself. “That’s great!!!” Well yeah sometimes, but calm down. This type[…]
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I was asked the other day by a friend what my reading recommendations would be for someone looking to create a tabletop game in a Gothic horror setting. I put together the following, and thought[…]
Like many people I’ve got a deep fascination with the pulp stories of yesteryear, and up until this point I had thought I had read all of the occult detective stories that were out there[…]
Take cover from the nightly sandstorm as we take a look at H.P. Lovecraft’s The Nameless City, and the origins of the Cthulhu mythos. A full episode list and other creative works by me:[…]
Boot up that positron brain and juice up your servos because in this episode of Horrorigins we are going to be taking a look at Rossum’s Universal Robots and the origin of the killer robot.[…]
Gear up friends, we are about to head into the dangerous fen that is Theodore Sturgeon’s “It!“, the first story to have evil animated vegetation in the form of man. Can it be stopped? Let’s[…]
Have you ever wondered just what sorts of horrors lie just beyond the little windows of the subway train? Well you’re about to find out because in this episode we are going to be taking[…]