Monthly Archives: April 2016

What Sabrina did next (sort of)

I’ll start this post with an apology: my extensive and¬†in-depth research for this post has revealed that when I used to watch the TV show Sabrina the Teenage Witch, I must have been in my early 20s, and not, as … Continue reading

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Beheading people? How rude.

If there’s one thing the world has a surplus of, it’s moral outrage. It’s a rare day when something or other doesn’t happen to cause Twitter or Facebook to explode with righteous indignation, justified or not, and while this sort … Continue reading

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Why it’s harder to set your horror film in the UK than the US

Note that I said “harder”, not “impossible”. Clearly, there are plenty of well-known horror films that are set in this country, and some¬†actually ignore or deal with the problems I’m going to mention. However, it remains the case that there … Continue reading

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