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Friday, October 18, 2013

Shiver In Horror -- Meals For Vampires!





Over the past few months, I have been placing a small image of the cover for "Meals For Vampires Vol. 1" on display when I advertise the horror. Here is a larger image of the book so that more detail can be seen.

The photo on the cover represent the content inside the central tale inside Meals For Vampires.

Volume 2 is done and ready for publication. Look for it at the beginning of 2014. Meanwhile, go to my blogs, including:

http://www.mealsforvampires.blogspot.com

for the full length examples of Horrorwalker vampire horror. And if you like what you read... I'll continue to write what you read.

Available through Amazon.com on paper and the Kindle Reader.

Become a part of the horror in my "World Of Words" that is" The Arjayuniverse..." including... Meals For Vampires!

Go to the bottom of this page, click on the book image and you can own your personal copy of the horror!
Thanks.

RLJ 

Thursday, April 4, 2013

INTRODUCTION: THE HORRORWALKER WORLD






INTRODUCTION: THE HORRORWALKER WORLD



You have landed on the: 
HORRORWALKER WORLD.

Later, you will be introduced to the many other Arjayuniverse "Worlds Of Words." MEALS FOR VAMPIRES, WEREWOLVES HOWLING AT THE MOON, BLOOD PLASMA and THE HORRORWALKER TRAVEL GUIDE are just four examples of what you will find on The Horrorwalker "World Of Words".

These places are where mysterious creatures exist to often times plague mankind. You are about to be introduced to the monstrous things in the darkness that are out to get you. Vampires, werewolves, zombies, monsters and creatures all openly inhabit the HORRORWALKER WORLD. And the most deadly horror of all them all openly walks these frightful grounds. They are the humans, and they are more often the hunter than the hunted.

The HORRORWALKER WORLD is named after that strange creature of darkness and mystery -- 
The Horrorwalker. 



It is its own study in horror, terror, mystery and the sublime. You must find the various Horrorwalker World sites for more Horrorwalker mystery and explanation. Please walk carefully in these most awesome, dangerous places.

Humans have yet of discover the origin of The Horrorwalker. It has, perhaps, walked the earth since the planet’s inception. Throughout time immemorial, humans have told tales, verbally and through artistic rendition, of a human-like creatures of darkness and light who carries with it a sharp weapon-like instrument and a huge mysterious tome of stories it forces people to read. The tales in the tome always come true -- in the day or in the future. And occasionally, the person visited by The Horrorwalker is the protagonist of the story who must live the story through to the inevitable conclusion… sometimes to horrible effect.

In 1977, I decided to follow, and research, Horrorwalker stories and the people who own them. The more information I gather tells me that the Horrorwalker has touched the lives of an extraordinarily large amount of people on a world spanning scale. Some people are proud to talk about their encounter… others, well, they are still shaken, perhaps decades later, to their souls by their Horrorwalker encounter and they will not speak of it -- even to me. They might carry their Horrorwalker encounters to their graves.

I have experienced many extreme close encounters with Horrorwalker horror over the past 36 years of Horrorwalker research, since my own Horrorwalker encounter in 1975. I have battled 6 vampires, killed 2 werewolves, helped to trap 5 things, and destroyed 4 monsters with the help of monster hunters. And now, I Curate these Horrorwalker Horror blogs. My mission is to keep all of you informed of the dangerous horror walking among you every day… and night.

Here is a sampling of the horror prose and poetry relayed to the world at large by the Horrorwalker horror. Be entertained by the words you are about to feed upon. There is entertainment to be enjoyed in these words. But remember this -- when you are walking down that midnight dark, full moon lit highway, empty milk jug in hand, on your way to find some gas for your empty car's tank, and you suddenly hear heavy breathing and crunching twigs and rustling leaves in the woods around you... the question suddenly becomes, "What in the hell do I do now?"




And you suddenly remember what you read in the HORRORWALKER TRAVEL GUIDE short story 'South Carolina Pine Tree Sap'. You will instantly ask yourself, "Is it safer to run back to my car or chance running toward the distance." You remember what the wrong decision meant for the fate of Trisha Dayton, don't you?

Presenting… the Horrorwalker Horror!

RLJ

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Made For Black And White

 
 
 
The walking dead was made for a black and white presentation!
The imagination works overtime while creating color representation!
Old time black and white horror flicks...
The chills and the thrills and the grey tone icks!
In the zombie Apocalypse... all sanity is a black and white horror abrogation!
 
RLJ
 
 


Monday, February 11, 2013

The Walking Dead or The Grammys

 

 
 
Wow, and double wow! Check out last night's ratings for The Walking Dead!
 
Why would I waste my time watching the Grammys last night when the best show on television had its second half of the season premier during the same time period. Why would I waste my time watching vapid, idiotic, spoiled brats getting their bottoms kissed by their ridiculous enabling fans.
 
Why would I watch a television program that featured Chris Brown like he was some type of high level dignitary. Chris Brown, the same violent brat who trashes studios and hotel rooms, starts random fights and has viciously beaten up his obsessed girlfriend. This is the same Chris Brown who, the day before the Grammys, crashed his Porsche into a wall running away from the paparazzi. Or, that is the story Chris Brown told the police.
 
No... I watched The walking Dead, making myself one with the millions of fans watching at the same time. And afterward, I spent the next hour watching The Talking Dead. And after that, I watched Storage Wars.
 
I will not support an awards program that blatantly rewards the people in Hollywood who display some of the worst behavior in the country. I'd rather watch fictional zombie creatures eating the faces off the humans running for their lives. Any day... any time!
 
 
RLJ

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Another Introduction Into The Horrorwalker World

 
When we meet, one day in the near future, don't be offended if I hand you one of these. This is the information you need to peruse in order to, quite possibly, save yourself from horrors unknown to average mankind, and you! Make sure you have one of yours on hand to give to me. I can tell you five minutes worth of information about me in the instant it take me to hand you this...

The horror in the Horrorwalker World grows larger every day. Zombie infections, Werewolf sighting, Vampire blood lettings, monster madness, creature craziness and as usual... the most dangerous creatures on the Horrorwalker World, the Humans, are more often the hunter than the prey!

And throughout it all, the ever mysterious Horrorwalker continues to randomly appear before humans around the globe to spread the messages it holds inside its Horrorwalker Travel Guide Tome.

Come walk with me as I follow the Horrorwalker horror throughout the darkness, and the light, of The Horrorwalker World!

RLJ

Friday, January 25, 2013

For You -- A Creepy Crawly Horrorwalker Nightmare

 
 
 
I remember my interactions with these ants, or ants like these, from many years ago. Some scientist first started noticing and reporting on Hairy Crazy Anrs ants around 2009, but I know these ants have been around much longer that that. As a kid in the deep south, I was always brushing off mini-armies of tiny ants whenever I played in the grass. That was normal living.

Even though Hairy Crazy Ants, or other ants, are a vexing mess because they can overwhelm everything, they do displace Fire Ants. Ever experienced the horror of one Fire Ant bite? Well unfortunately, Fire ants attack as a mass... like swarming crawling killer bees. And, like Killer Bees, there is a good chance that they will kill you.
 
And Crazy Hairy ants, or thir small relatives? They can literally cover you in a very short time.
 
Ants... nature needs them! But humans? Not so much...
 
 
RLJ

Friday, January 18, 2013

Ever Hear Of A Movie Called -- BLINK?


I must admit, before I continue this short review of this Michael Apted directed movie from 1994, that I am not particularly a fan of Madeleine Stowe. I have absolutely nothing against Madeleine Stowe... I just haven't followed her career.  She is, of course, well know and has worked in Hollywood for a few decades. Obviously, she is very pretty and I always assumed she was a good actress because I've never heard a negative work about her.

Earlier today, I was about to write an article. I took the remote control in hand to turn off the television from MSNBC. Before I pressed the off button, I subconsciously decided to flick over to the HBO channels just to have a quick look. A movie was just about to begin and I decided to wait a minute to see what it was. As the credits began to roll, and the movie began to start... something about the look and tone of the movie caught my attention. And, before I knew what happened to me, two hours had passed and the movie was over.

I had never heard of a movie called BLINK. I obviously missed this movie big time back in 1994. But several of the male actors were well known to me. Also, Laurie Metcalf always catches my attention. So, I was drawn in by the very good acting and the good plot. There is a fair amount of nudity, a couple of lightly graphic sex scenes, a whole lot of gritty Chicago attitude and some pretty good music -- played by the band that Madeleine Stowe's character is a member of. Actually, the band concept is integrated into the movie without one ounce of awkwardness. I was impressed by that fact.

The plot -- Madeleine Stowe's character is blind. Her doctor operates on her eyes and and gives her back her sight. She begins to see images of a murderer who, in time, begins to actually stalk her. She ultimately has a showdown with the evildoer that satisfied me just fine.

This is not a horror movie. It is a suspense story wrapped in a gritty, tough talking cop tale. It is not directed to make you jump... at all! BLINK is simply a gritty suspense story to entertain your itch for 2 hours of an interesting "who is the murderer" tale.

I liked this movie. I will give it a 6.5 out of 10. If you come across it late night, give it a watch. You will definitely guess that the wrong person is the bad guy several times through the movie. And, I give Madeleine Stowe credit for being pretty daring with her short amount of nudity and for playing a fairly edgy character with a lot of Chicago attitude.

Pretty good movie...


RLJ