The foundation of any good horror film begins with the soundtrack.
As the American Ghoul, Daniel Vazquez captures beautiful, haunting mythology that will stay with you long after you close your eyes.
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Steel grey skies darken into evening as ice-laden winds twist through the trees and moan softly, “slip some brandy in your tea and make something weird.”
The CIA is more than just an international spy ring; they've taken a serious and concerted approach to shaping American culture.
Films like Witchfinder General (1968) remind us that the the preindustrial past may have been a simpler time, but no way was it innocent.
Casual modern witches worry less about dusty tomes and fussy rituals, and more about what works - for them!