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Orrin Grey
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And the full list of contributors has been announced for Jesse Bullington and Molly Tanzer's forthcoming anthology Swords v Cthulhu, which will feature my Leiber-flavored choose-your-own-adventure story "A Circle That Ever Returneth In."
Back in January we announced our newest anthology, Swords v. Cthulhu, which is being jointly edited by Molly Tanzer and Jesse Bullington. We are now pleased to reveal the full list of contributors ...
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Watching The Unholy, trying to imagine what Father Michael's diary entries must be like...

"I had that dream again, the one where my crotch was snakes."
"Hung out with Budget Kiefer Sutherland in his Satanist club; went to his apartment afterward to watch the wind blow really hard."
"Traffic noises called tonight to let me know they were waiting for me in hell."
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I can't believe I've seen two of them. (I think.)

The eight-packs are fun. I've got a couple I should finish.
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The Spierig Bros make inventive, attractive movies that are never quite as good as I want them to be. Still, it gives me hope for what they're going to do with their Winchester Mystery House movie from Hammer Films.
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At the urging of several people, I'm trying out this whole Patreon thing. It's a work in progress, so expect milestone goals and other stuff in the near future.
Patreon is empowering a new generation of creators. Support and engage with artists and creators as they live out their passions!
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+Rey Sparby - It is probably bad business sense for me to tell you that you can effectively force me to watch Dark Star without pledging a dime... so yes.
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We can all only hope to be a quarter as vital at our very best as Sir Christopher Lee was his whole life.
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Everything about this is great.
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As a special thank you to everyone who supported me during the first month of my Patreon, I've posted a (very) short story, just for backers!
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+Robert N. Lee - I just started it last month, so it's not like you missed much. People kept telling me I should try it out, so I figured I'd give it a whirl.
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For the Monday morning crowd, a reminder that I kicked off my Patreon over the weekend:
Patreon is empowering a new generation of creators. Support and engage with artists and creators as they live out their passions!
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I've been freelancing full-time for almost two years, and right now I'm actively looking for new clients. So if you or anyone you know needs freelance writing, editing, or critiquing services, just message me for rates. Thanks!
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In my latest Vault of Secrets column, I explore that movie(s) they're watching on TV in It Follows:
By Orrin Grey. Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet (1965)/Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968). Directed by: Pavel Klushantsev, Curtis Harrington, Peter Bogdanovich. Starring: Basil Rathbone, Faith Domergue, various Russians. Welcome back to the Vault of Secrets, where we'll be ...
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Though I didn't get to watch Hannibal last night, I did catch Insidious: Chapter 3 this morning!
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From now on I want all my book trailers to be exactly like this, okay?
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Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters. When asked, he claims to mostly write oubliettes.
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I'm a writer, editor, amateur film scholar, and monster expert. My first collection of supernatural stories, Never Bet the Devil & Other Warnings was released by Evileye Books in 2012. I also co-edited Fungi, an anthology of fungus-themed stories for Innsmouth Free Press, where I also write a regular column on vintage horror cinema. I'm a big, big fan of Mike Mignola, and I'll talk about him a lot around here. The rest of the time, I'll probably be talking about monster movies.

As far as circling goes, feel free to circle me. Almost everything I post is public. If I don't circle you back right away, don't feel bad. I don't always keep up with that as well as I'd like, and sometimes people get lost in the shuffle. Just drop me a comment and introduce yourself or something.
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John Langan once called me "the monster guy."
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  • Baker University
    English / Philosophy, 2000 - 2003
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I just bought a pre-owned Saturn Aura from Dominic at Bud Brown Volkswagen and I love the car, and the whole experience was a real pleasure. Dominic and everyone else at Bud Brown were friendly, helpful, and no-pressure and they got us in and out with the minimum amount of fuss. I've had some bad experiences buying cars in the past, but I would definitely go back to Bud Brown the next time I need to buy a car.
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