Macabre Media: Dance in the Graveyards plus Daniel Radcliff in Horns

NOW:

Tonight’s post comes to you courtesy of my daughter, Pooka. Last night she sent me a link to this amazing video. This could be my theme song (even OUR theme song.) It just makes me happy. I had to share it with you all ASAP (though it would have been entirely appropriate to save it for The Day of the Dead.)

& LATER:

Horns, the movie adaption of Joe Hill’s book, starring Daniel Radcliff, is coming to the big screen on October 31st, 2014. Here’s the trailer:

I’ll send a heads-up out on FB & Twitter & G+ when we get a little closer to the release date.

Advertisements

4 Comments on “Macabre Media: Dance in the Graveyards plus Daniel Radcliff in Horns”

  1. “Horns” wasn’t a bad read. I’m currently reading “NOS4A2” and am impressed by the similarities between Joe’s writing (and storytelling abilities) and his dad’s.

    • So far, I’ve read four books by Hill. In order of preference, I’d say I liked Heart Shaped Box, NOS4A2, then Horns. (The 4th book is 20th Century Ghosts, which is short stories. I loved some of them, and was fine with the rest. It doesn’t seem right to put it in the same category as the novels though.)

      Somewhere around here I wrote about reading Heart Shaped Box without knowing that Joe Hill was King’s son. There is absolutely a lot of similarity between the two authors. I think I was only a chapter or two into HSB before I just knew the author had to be King’s son.

  2. Ray Yanek says:

    Hi Renae! It’s been awhile! Looking forward to seeing Horns. I did read the book and enjoyed it. I think Heart Shaped Box was one of my favorite though. That was one of the first books in a really long time to creep me out…


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s