I Need One More Film for My Asian Horror Month

I have been watching mostly Thai horror films this year. I don’t know what it is, but I think Netflix struck up a deal with Thailand and are streaming a lot of Thai horror movies. Some of them are meh and couple of them are that bad. Only two of them were good. I got in one crappy Indonesian film and one good Vietnamese film. No K-horror this time. I did manage to find some J-horror. There will be one Filipino film tomorrow. It’s bit tit-for-tat with searching.

I need your help. I just need one more film for Halloween. I am going to re-watch Tag and Kairo for the last two days of this month. I just need one more movie to wrap up Asian Horror Month 2018. I am open to suggestions. Post your J-horror suggestion in the comments below. In the mean time…

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Itching to Play Sims Again

I haven’t been playing much Sims 4 lately due to going overtime with my writing. Last week was the worst. I would just run out of time. I don’t know what happened. I would have to push myself to being up until three in the morning. I do not like this. I only got to play my game on Saturday and Sunday. Maybe this week will be different.

So far, I have almost all of my work done. Tomorrow will probably be a short day. I am still watching Asian horror films and reviewing them. I’ll be done with a story tomorrow. And then I will be done with another story in ten days. Wish me luck.  Meanwhile, you can…

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Ju-On Timeline

I have always loved the Ju-On movies. (Not the Final Curse or Sadako VS. Kayako or Recon: The Movie as I love to call it.) I watch them every year in the beginning of October. Every time I watch them, I start to notice things that I haven’t before. One example is with the continuity error with Kanna’s jaw in Ju-On: The Curse and Katasumi. This year,

I think I have the time line of the original movies figured out. These are the Japanese movies. Not counting the anniversary films, the retelling, or Recon: The Movie.

Toshio Saeki was born in 1985. He died when he was six. That would be in 1991. Kayako Saeki died in 1991, starting the curse with the death of Shunsuke Kobayashi, his wife, and Takeo Saeki.

The Murakami family, Mizuho, and Yuki had to have died between 1992 to 1993. The Suzuki family, the Kitada family, and those two police officers on the case died between 1993 to 1994. The events in The Grudge took place in 1996. One of the police in that movie said it had been five years. Saori, Izumi, Chiharu, and the events in Grudge 2 had to have happened in the early 2000’s.

Did I miss anything? Let me know.

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It’s That Again!

September and LGBT Scream are finished. We are now into October. I am just going to write some sappy fluff and watch Asian horror films. That’s right, Asian Horror Month is here. I will be watching film movies from the continent of Asia. And then, I will post the reviews on my Facebook page and a couple of Asian horror film groups that I am part of. I will start off with the Ju-On series, like I do every year. (This year, I am skipping the last two because they are garbage.) I have found a handful of movies on Netflix. But, I still need your help.

I need some recommendations for Asian horror films this month. If you have any ideas, comment in the comment section and while you’re at it…

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Autumn is Here

Summer is officially over. Autumn is now here. Time for the pumpkins, Halloween, all things horror, Thanksgiving, and food to rain down upon us. Put away your summer clothes and get out your hoodies. I will get out my winter stuff in a few weeks. I also have some things to work on as well.

October will be the time I let loose with the horror on my Wasteland Project. Plus, I will be doing some romantic fluff pieces as well. I have some plans for Halloween. Again, I will be doing Asian Horror month. Look forward to that. LGBT Scream is about to wrap up on Sunday. Brace yourselves for an active fall. For now…

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City Lounge: Berlin (Book Three, Chapter Thirteen: Dividing and Cleaning)

Chapter Thirteen: Dividing and Cleaning:

I didn’t have hopes on the acting troupe to clean up Stephanie’s apartment. But, they were helpful will clearing out everything she had been hoarding. I didn’t expect them to come over right away. I looked up when I heard the doorbell ring.

“I’ll get it!” Stephanie said. She leapt up and hurried over to the door. I looked up in time to see her opening the door to her acting troupe. My jaw dropped.

“Hello, Garth!” she said.

“Hey,” he said. “How’s it been?”

“Oh, we’re just cleaning up my flat here,” Stephanie said. I came around just in time to see Garth give her an odd look. More

City Lounge: Berlin (Book Three, Chapter Twelve: Cleaning House)

Chapter Twelve: Cleaning House:

Stephanie led us back to her apartment. I wouldn’t let her stall. She kept looking over her shoulder at Sebastian and me. He had his hands stuffed into his pockets. I had my hands on my hips.

“Don’t try to pull anything on us,” I said. “Take us straight to your apartment.”

“Yeah, yeah,” she said, brushing me off.

“I mean it!” I said.

“I know!” Stephanie said back. We finally made it to her front door. She turned to Sebastian.

“Welcome to my flat of doom,” she said. “Em’s already been here today.”

“It’s a mess,” I said. Stephanie frowned at me. More

City Lounge: Berlin (Book Three, Chapter Eleven: The New Emily)

Chapter Eleven: The New Emily:

Already with my new hair I felt like a new person. I couldn’t stop looking at myself in the mirror. Stephanie had to tap me on the shoulder and clear my throat.

“I know you’re pretty,” she said. “But we’re not done.” I turned with a curious look on my face.

“Oh?” I asked.

“Wait here,” she said. Stephanie disappeared down the hall to the living room. When she came back, she had the bag in her hand.

“We just need to add the final touches,” she said. I found myself smiling.

“Yes ma’am,” I said. I sat down on the toilet and waited. Stephanie got right to work. More

City Lounge: Berlin (Book Three, Chapter Ten: Beauty Shopping)

Chapter Ten: Beauty Shopping:

Stephanie and I went out to the local shops for the rest of my makeover.

“You don’t need to wear too much makeup,” she said. “Just a small amount will do you just fine.”

“If you say so,” I said.

“I know so,” Stephanie said. She narrowed her eyes at me in front of the store. “Hm…”

“What?” I asked.

“You would look great with a darker color,” my best friend said.

“Okay…” I said.

“I mean it,” Stephanie said.

“Okay,” I said again. She grinned and took me by the arm. I followed her in without any argument. More

City Lounge: Berlin (Book Three, Chapter Nine: New Life for Emily)

Chapter Nine: New Life for Emily:

I am tired of being the good girl. The more I think about, the more I realize that I am really that boring. But, I don’t want to do anything too extreme. I’m not really that brave to try anything like that. I looked at myself in the mirror. I’ve always had a baby face. Round cheeks, small nose,  brown freckles, and a big forehead. I looked cute.

Too cute.

I don’t have to look sexy. I just want to look… more mature. I knew I was taking a gamble with this. I picked up the phone and made the call. More

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