[Review] – The Possession of Natalie Glasgow

The Possession of Natalie Glasgow is the debut novella from Hailey Piper, and what a debut it is. I love possession/haunted house stories. However, this is a genre that can become stale at times, with so many stories and ideas being rehashed. Piper manages to breathe new life into this sub-genre of horror with aContinue reading “[Review] – The Possession of Natalie Glasgow”

[Pride In Horror Month] – Science Fiction-On the Future Anonymity of Love

Oh, if only I could live inside a science fiction series! If I could, I would stop being the ‘L’ in LGBTI! You see, the only time I’m reminded of ‘being’ gay/lesbian is when it’s imposed from the outside. I can’t recall a day in 10+ years when I woke and had an awareness ofContinue reading “[Pride In Horror Month] – Science Fiction-On the Future Anonymity of Love”

[Pride In Horror Month] – Three String Jack: A Short Story

I strummed my travel guitar idly as I stared into the dark canopy of the forest.  The heat haze of the summer evening lay heavy upon us. Even after sunset the humidity thickened the air, and the scent of our skin brought the mosquitoes. I slapped one from my arm. I canceled a show forContinue reading “[Pride In Horror Month] – Three String Jack: A Short Story”

[Pride in Horror Month] – Misanthropes Get Lonely Too: The Forgotten Queer Film From Horror’s Angriest Man

Even in the age of boutique label reissues and abundant cinema blogs, Andy Milligan and his body of work are still a cult within a cult amongst cinema fans. If his name is mentioned at all, it is usually only in a passing (and unfavorable) comparison to fellow microbudget movie maker Ed Wood. The utterContinue reading “[Pride in Horror Month] – Misanthropes Get Lonely Too: The Forgotten Queer Film From Horror’s Angriest Man”

[Pride In Horror Month] – 15 Family Friendly Books to Introduce the History of Pride and Related LGBTQ+ Issues and Topics in Diversity, Equality, and Identity

The books on this list don’t necessarily fall under the usual genres covered by DeadHead Reviews, but in keeping with our Mission and Vision, we wanted to include resources for families to open up dialogue with their children about LGBTQ+ topics. These picture books are suggested reading material covering the History of Stonewall and Pride,Continue reading “[Pride In Horror Month] – 15 Family Friendly Books to Introduce the History of Pride and Related LGBTQ+ Issues and Topics in Diversity, Equality, and Identity”