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"If you're not careful and you no-clip out of reality in the wrong areas, you'll end up in the Backrooms, where it's nothing but the stink of old moist carpet, the madness of mono-yellow, the endless background noise of fluorescent lights at maximum hum-buzz, and approximately six hundred million square miles of randomly segmented empty rooms to be trapped in. God save you if you hear something wandering around nearby, because it sure as hell has heard you…"
- Piece of Clay (carbonbrine, ~14k words, NOT RATED): https://archiveofourown.org/works/24508102/chapters/59162446
"George and Sapnap are artists—the former sculpts and the latter paints—in their two-studio house. George has been working on a life-size sculpture for around a month or so, and when finally piecing him together, he comes alive. Coming from the Greek myth, Pygmalion, the sculpture he names Dream makes himself at home."
- Blue Skies Smilin' At Me (kivy, ~17k words, rated G): https://archiveofourown.org/works/27107596/chapters/66193198
"At winter's arrival, conservator George receives a new painting to work his magic on... and is quick to learn that paint and grime aren't the only things the painting brings with it.
Along with reversing the years of neglect embedded on its surface, George finds himself tasked with entertaining (and totally not flirting with) the painting's original artist: an uncharacteristically talkative 19th-century ghost who calls himself Dream."
about to give in and watch insidious (hi to the very few saw mutuals i have who've indirectly made me do this). so unless the ppl on letterboxd are either super easily spooked or just straight-up lying, i thoroughly expect to piss my fucking pants or something
I just watched Paranormal Activity for the first time (I know I was late to this lol don't at me) and I feel like the movie, probably by accident, perfectly captured the casual misogyny of 2006 white men... like when I was a kid I would have thought this couple to be unrealistically stupid but now I'm like "yes I can absolutely believe a man would ignore his wife's warnings and mansplain his way into a demonic possession"
New Audiobook - This is Not a Horror Movie by Sara Dobie Bauer
New Audiobook – This is Not a Horror Movie by Sara Dobie Bauer
AUDIOBOOK REVIEW TOUR
Book Title: This is Not a Horror Movie
Author: Sara Dobie Bauer
Narrator: Blake Lockheart
Cover Artist: Natasha Snow Designs
Release Date: June 8, 2021
Length: 8 hours and 57 mins
Genres: M/M new adult, gay paranormal romance, LGBTQ, romantic comedy
Trope: Friends to lovers
Themes: non-explicit, humorous, teens, summer vacation, hauntings,…
Shiftless by TA Moore: Blog Tour, Exclusive Short Story Excerpt, and Giveaway
Shiftless by @TAMooreWrites: #BlogTour, #Exclusive #ShortStory #Excerpt, #NewRelease and #Giveaway #lgbt #gay #mmromance #novella #werewolves
Night Shift is the city’s thin, silver line- and some nights it’s thinner than others.
It isn’t the fact he almost died last night that’s thrown Night Shift officer Kit Marlow. He’s used to that. It’s the fact that instead of a werewolf trying to rip his throat out, it was his friend and colleague who tried to put him in the ground.
Now Marlow’s been framed for a murder he didn’t…
Jumpscares, etc. I wanted to give it a 4 but I think I grew more insensitive to scary stuff the last few weeks. I really like the whole “based on a true story” thing, gives it a real thrill! (I remember when I was a kid my mom hyped that up so much I left the cinema thinking that was exactly how it happened – and loving it!)
Just your average paranormal horror movie, but the Warrens’ characters are very captivating, and, like I said, the “true story” thing makes it so much better. I don’t watch The Conjuring the same way I watch any other horror movie, I root for them like I’m watching a fantasy series. [Spoiler alert] One of the few horror movies that can pull off a happy ending. (Disclaimer: I know the Warrens in real life were probably horrible people, just let me have this here.)
A little unbelievable, special effects wise. But nothing too bad. Still, nice vibes, pretty haunted house aesthetic. No gore.
I can’t give it a good wokeness rating cause yeah, the Warrens were probably horrible people tryna make money out of mentally ill people in distress. I try to forget about that when I’m watching it, though.
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The Dead At Heart
by Susanne Leist
I have read the first two books in the Dead Games Series and was eager to continue the story. “Dead at Heart” takes off with plenty of action where two ended. Shana is involved with a powerful vampire William but doesn’t completely trust him. I enjoyed the relationship between Linda, her best friend, and another powerful vampire, Gregg. But what kept this a…