Marian Phillips is a writer, reader, and horror movie fan based in Yonkers, New York. She holds a BA from the University of Kansas, a MA from Sarah Lawrence College, and travels the United States presenting her research on anything from horror films to punk musicians. Her hobbies include writing music, painting, reading comics, and hanging out with her cat.
Great horror artists whose works are steeped in queerness.
Queer, creepy, and curated just for you.
A serial killer, or a string of brutal random killings?
The connection between soothing sleep aids and otherworldy beings.
From unsolved cases to wrongful convictions.
The Texas tragedy that inspired an early warning system.
Some addictions are harder to swallow...
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The party's over.
Easter eggs, social analysis, and gut-churning scares.
Criminal cases from the infamous to the forgotten.
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Parents are strongly cautioned, indeed.