All I have to say is it’s a good thing I moved out of New York.
Deirdre Crimmins recently reviewed SUFFER THE CHILDREN for OPEN LETTERS MONTHLY, writing, “There are powerful emotional currents in SUFFER THE CHILDREN, but make no mistake–this is a classic horror novel. It is startling, disturbing, and not for the faint of heart.”
Click here to read the complete review.
Click here to check out 35 paintings depicting the end of the world or its aftermath.
The makers of the dark comedy APOCALYPSE ACCORDING TO DORIS contacted me to let me know the film is available for free viewing through the end of September 2014.
In the film, a lonely housewife living on the edge of the desert predicts earthquakes will trigger the apocalypse, and attracts media attention and apocalyptic crazies to her door.
Catch it here.
It’s in Japanese, but the message is clear: You can escape angry giants if you have the right car.