Oh, man. Guess I’m going to be tuning in to American Horror Story again. For some reason I fell away after the first season. Maybe I was writing a novel or something, who knows. Then I never got back on that crazy train. Though I was there for Scream Queens, which was at least six different kinds of fun. Very, very excited for this. This trailer hits all the right keys, pulls all the right heartstrings:

I got no business sharing Instagram stuff, as I don’t move around in there, but man, this is the best strip I’ve found in a while:

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Not the order to watch them in—chronological makes sense, there’s no skip ‘n pick Heather trilogy here—but from best on down, for me:

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Which I guess would be “Kevin Williamson order,” kind of? He is the one with the magic pen for this franchise. Anyway, when Scre4m came out, I wasn’t so hot on it, as I recall. Few rewatches later and I’m a believer. And I don’t mean to talk bad about 3, of course; Ehren Kr…

Which is going to be a movie/TV-heavy list, for the first time ever. Not because my tastes or habits changed—fiction on the page is still and always where it’s at for me—but because, since I’m now judging for the World Fantasy Awards for 2018, it would feel a bit . . . weird and unclassy, I guess, to be saying what my favorite books of the year are.

However, I can slap a couple of novels up here that in no way could get submitted for a World Fantasy Award. So:

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