Movie Review: Goodbye Old Friend

Goodbye Old Friend

Movie Review by Siobahn Harris

Goodbye old friend

Whether we like to admit it or not, we all had some form of an imaginary friend when we were children. I was never the type to talk to thin air, no no, I was a much more of a visual child, I had a red wagon that I named Sarah. Yes, I used to drag around a small red wagon and talk to it, feel free to giggle! Maybe you used to talk to your dolls or a tree or maybe you created a friend out of stick, I don’t know your life! But my point is we’ve all been there. However, the film Goodbye Old Friend tells a tale about someone’s imaginary friend that can’t seem to let go. Continue reading “Movie Review: Goodbye Old Friend”

Michael Wong Interview: Creating Killer Tattoos… One Victim at a Time

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Recently Ubiquitous Horror got to interview director/writer/producer Michael Wong. This is a name you’re going to want to remember because he is truly a talented creative mind that has decided to break his way into the horror genre! After winning over 50 awards as an ad agency’s creative director, he made the move into the film industry. I was very lucky to get the opportunity to watch his micro short film The Tattooist. The film is in the form of a trailer, and you can’t help but to want to see more! Don’t believe me? Michael has given me permission to share the short with you all here! That’s right, you are getting the same chance I got to watch this awesome piece of gore. Continue reading “Michael Wong Interview: Creating Killer Tattoos… One Victim at a Time”

Dandelion

Dandelion

A short story written by Siobahn Harris 2/12/2018

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Examining a pair of black slacks hanging neatly from a wire hanger, Mark’s face twisted into a scowl. Funeral pants, he thought. Sliding them off the hanger, he slipped into them and then plopped down onto the edge of his bed. With his head in his hands, his dark curly hair tumbled through his fingers. His stomach turned thinking about the date he was preparing for with Sarah. She said he should dress fancy but wearing the pants he only ever wore to funerals seemed a bit too fitting, considering he was planning on breaking up with her tonight.

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