493. Monsters Like Hiding in Plain Sight

493. Monsters Like Hiding in Plain Sight

In a city overrun with masked (and often unmasked) vigilantes, it’s easy to speculate on who they are. Perhaps, despite their strength and guile, their names are tediously common—like Matt or Jessica. Maybe you’ve accidentally bumped into them when buying something at the gas station, or work alongside them at …

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491. Monsters Like Waiting Until the Climax to Finally Make that Soul-Searching Revelation that They were, All Along, from Page One, the True Embodiment of Evil Run Amok

491. Monsters Like Waiting Until the Climax to Finally Make that Soul-Searching Revelation that They were, All Along, from Page One, the True Embodiment of Evil Run Amok

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Don’t Be Jelly: An SML Review of “Jennifer’s Body”

From the Oscar-winning mind behind Juno comes the touching story of a demon cheerleader and the best friend who swears revenge for eating her boyfriend!   I have to admit: When it came out in 2009, I didn’t think Jennifer’s Body was my thing. I was just far enough removed …

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490. Monsters Like Mortuary Artillery

Mortuary Artillery figure 1

Yes, you read that correctly. In other words, coffin torpedoes. We didn’t make that up. They were very real. First patented in 1878. In fact, if you feared weird, Victorian body snatchers coming for your corpse in the middle of the night for professorial experiments before your Lord and Savior …

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489. Monsters Like Other-Mother’s Day

489. Monsters Like Other-Mother’s Day

Did you not know that you have another mother? Of course you do. Everyone does. She spies on your lives through a little doll’s eyes to see if you are unhappy. If you are, she will offer you treasures and treats and little games to play—everything you need from an …

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Your Weekend Watchlist: An SML Monster News Wrapup

Here’s the news that’s been rap, tap, tapping through our inbox to get to you. Crowdfunding News Support Lost Girls on Indiegogo – Canadian micro-publisher Spectacular Optical has announced a new book focused on the career of French fantasy and horror filmmaker Jean Rollin, Lost Girls: The Phantasmagorical Cinema of …

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