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Mark Z. Danielewski

Horrifying Reads to Get You Ready for American Horror Story Season 6

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It’s no secret around the office that I’m a huge fan of FX’s American Horror Story (AHS). I even had the once-in-a-lifetime experience of walking around the set of “Coven: Season 3”, meeting the writers and watching the actors film for six hours. Anyways, enough about me. As we all know, fall means Halloween time fun, which correlates to loving everything that is scary, especially a new season of AHS. From a depressing group of ghosts to an insane clown and most recently a group of hungry vampire children, writer Ryan Murphy is certainly not afraid to push the boundaries of television. But this year the AHS marketing team seems to be taking a different route. First of all, season 6 is starting a month earlier…

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Five offbeat Shelfie Picks to spice up your Halloween

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I love spicy foods, to the chagrin of, ahem, my digestive system. Never stopped me from devouring (or at least attempt to devour) hot peppers and hotter peppers that come my way. My relationship with scary movies/books is no less different. Yeah, I’m the one at the movie theater with hands over my ears and eyes squeezed shut while stealing glances at the screen. “Stay home then!” Some would say. But ah, where’s the fun in that? Such is my love-hate relationship with tales that spook: I like them but you can bet that all the lights will be kept on long after. There has never been a lack of audience for spine-tingling yarns over the years. Stephen King shows…

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