When emotions have become too damned much in a short time: an empath searches for sanity.

I admit, I don't really go for the Woo anymore. I used to get rocks and cool crystals and stuff when I was a kid, and like many an X-Files fan (the Mulder years, anyway), I considered or subscribed to conspiracy theories or the supernatural or paranormal and what was possible or impossible. However, I … Continue reading When emotions have become too damned much in a short time: an empath searches for sanity.

Five scenarios where I might shoot (or stab) first & ask questions later.

I got to thinking about what would make me--in this day and age--get really scared out of my wits and insist on protecting myself in the harshest possible way. I finally figured out the scenarios that scare the willies out of me, but perhaps some won't be all that uncommon or unusual as we might … Continue reading Five scenarios where I might shoot (or stab) first & ask questions later.

#064 Blitz Q: Who Would You LEAST Like to Meet–The Xenomorph or The Predator?

Image from horrorfreaknews.com Forget the  "AvP" movies (mainly because I haven't seen the flicks, so I can't do a pros and cons list of their strengths and weaknesses against each other). I'm talking original franchises. I'm talking the original Alien and the original Predator from the 70s and 80s films. I've been on a sci-fi … Continue reading #064 Blitz Q: Who Would You LEAST Like to Meet–The Xenomorph or The Predator?

Walking Killer vs. Running Victim: a theory about survival from a fitness perspective.

Header image from The Night of the Hunter (1955), a WAY too creepy movie. I think we know the plot device by heart. Hell, they're probably the main reason why we ended up with so many damned Scary Movie sequels and other tribute/parody films over the years. For this immediate example, I'm going to take … Continue reading Walking Killer vs. Running Victim: a theory about survival from a fitness perspective.