Midnight Society Movie Night: The Possession of Hannah Grace

Another month means another live-tweet, and I have chosen The Possession of Hannah Grace.   The 2018 thriller/horror film directed by Diederik Van Rooijen hit the theaters last fall and I went. Because why wouldn't I?     As I sat in the theater with my popcorn, I stared at the screen with one big question filling my mind. "What do you bring to the table, Possession of Hannah Grace? I've seen lots of possession movies. So...what do you offer?" So many possession movies exist out there in the world, to release another one seemed risky. I k[...]


Let’s Watch a #Horror Movie…Annabelle

It's that time again! To bring together all the lovers of the scary and creepy on Twitter for a live-tweet. Let's watch a horror movie! This month...Annabelle. A 2014 American horror film directed by John R. Leonetti, produced by James Wan, and written by Gary Dauberman, Annabelle was truly a delight to see in the theaters. And by delight I mean a creepy good time. We met Annabelle briefly at the beginning of the movie The Conjuring...remember? Well, we did miss her and wanted to know how this doll came to be...you know, evil. Well... Back in the 1970s, th[...]


Let’s Watch a #Horror Movie…The Possession

It's that time again, where I announce the horror movie I will live tweet for this month! Because if you're like me, you don't have any friends who like to have their minds assaulted by creepiness. And this is wrong. So let's watch... The Possession Meet Clyde and Stephanie. Formerly married, now living apart and sharing custody of their two daughters. Emily "Em" and Hannah. Who are not so thrilled to be staying with their dad. At a garage sale, Em finds a wooden box with Hebrew writing. She's drawn to it. She wants it. Her father buys it for her. But t[...]


The Curious Case of Annabelle, the Possessed Doll?

Good morning, spooky people. Today I'd like to introduce you to two prominent figures in the paranormal community. You've probably already heard of them if you've sat through Poltergeist, The Amityville Horror, The Haunted, or The Haunting in Connecticut. You know all those times that you settle in for a good scare, and the opening sequence informs you that the movie you're about to watch is based on a true story? A few of these accounts happily point back to a couple of folks who made it their life's work to document these cases. While the film adaptations[...]