“The Woman In Black” — Reliable Chills Come to Pasadena

Susan Hill’s 1983 novel, The Woman In Black, is a pretty exemplary horror tale done in the old-fashioned gothic style, […] Read more

Bride of Blood: Old Testament Grand Guignol With A Modern Outlook

“I want enlightenment, and I want it right now!” This isn’t a new idea — demanding the immediate gratification of […] Read more

The Power of Imagination In “Edgar Allan Poe”

Force of Nature Productions‘ “Edgar Allan Poe” had its brief, bravura run at Burbank’s Generation DCD performance and practice space, […] Read more

Wicked Lit 2018: A Tighter, Brighter Darkness

It’s the 10th annual Wicked Lit program at Mountain View Mausoleum in Altadena, and change isn’t just in the air […] Read more

Doctor Zomba is Back — and Still a Horror Fan’s Treat

This mini-review is just to let you Creepy LA fans know that there’s a new and improved version of Doctor […] Read more

Queen Mary Dark Harbor 2018: Refining The Approach

  The word I associate with this year’s Queen Mary Dark Harbor (running now through November 2) is: Sophistication. The […] Read more