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Are we a couple years away from the first human head transplant?

Have you ever wished for a new head?

Believe it or not, head transplants may soon become a thing. UPI reported late last week that an Italian neurosurgeon says the medical technology is so sophisticated that the first human head transplant can be performed within two years. 139 more words

A Seven Year-Old's Thoughts on Michael Jackson Before and After Thriller

My youngest daughter was perched at my husband’s computer the other day, while I sat opposite her in an armchair sorting through bills.

She was watching an early video of Michael Jackson’s – “Blame It on the Boogie” – and I couldn’t help but notice her face. 651 more words


The First Gothic Novel

I am proud to say that I finally read The Castle Of Otranto. It had been on my hypothetical to-read list for the longest time, and finishing it left me with a rare and wonderfully satisfied feeling, much like the one I had when I’d dyed my hair red after months of not getting round to doing it. 677 more words


Monster March | Frankenstein’s Army

While Schlock Magazine gets its ‘Monster March’ on the road, I troop away with my own, starting with a shit-and-mud caked gem.

That there is something both liberating and enslaving about the monster is a well-worn trope in both popular culture and popular discussion. 308 more words


Pilot News: True Blood Alum Is Frankenstein's Monster

Rob Kazinsky is some kind of monster. A classic one, to be extact.

The actor — who recurred as Faerie-vampire hybrid Macklyn Warlow on HBO’s… 171 more words

Casting News

Rob Kazinsky Is Fox's 'Frankenstein' Monster

Fox has found its monster. True Blood alumnus Rob Kazinsky has landed the lead role in the Fox pilot Frankenstein, from Rand Ravich and Howard Gordon. 171 more words


Better Than No 2: The Bride of Frankenstein

Welcome to a new world of Gods and Monsters… James Whale had a knack for making horror literary staples like the creeping creaking house, demented scientist and classic monsters appear even darker on the cinema screen. 428 more words