Tuesday, October 4, 2022

'Tis the season for scares and eating


It's someone's favourite month and it's probably because of Halloween, or maybe Thanksgiving, or maybe just the cooler days and earlier nights. To celebrate The Bookshelf is hosting a bunch of events about just those things.

Steph and Candice catch up on all the scary stories they are reading and all the food they wish they could cook in this month's episode.

Events

October 20th - Carrie and The Forbidden Body with author Douglas Cowan

October 26th - Film viewing and Author Interview with Nina Nesseth

October 18th - Author talk and cookbook samples with Emily Richards

Books

The Forbidden Body: Sex, Horror, and the Religious Imagination by Douglas Cowan

Nightmare Fuel: The Science of Horror Films by Nina Nesseth

Best of Bridge Comfort Foods: Recipes for Family and Friends by Emily Richards

This Is What It Sounds LIke: What The Music You Love Says About You by Susan Rogers and Ogi Ogas

Across The Void by S.K. Vaughan

The Dark Tower V: Wolves of the Calla by Stephen King 

and for the very big stans of the Dark Tower Series

Charlie the Choo-Choo: From the World of the Dark Tower by Beryl Evans

Secret Ingedients: The New Yorker Book of Food and Drink edited by David Remnick

Movies / TV

Spontaneous Trailer

Slash/Back Trailer

Bad CGI Sharks Trailer

Sharks of the Corn Trailer

The Bear Series Trailer

The Afterparty Series Trailer

A League of Their Own Trailer

Prom Night 3: The Last Kiss Trailer (with an excellent example of the school announcements right away!)

Links

Follow Candice on Letterboxd

Find Horror Movie recommendations by scrolling through #100HorrorMoviesIn92Days on Twitter

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