In this episode, Christie McConnell tours her 1930’s Forest home and feature all of the changes she’s made to it over the last five years.
If you’ve been keeping up with the world of horror, you might remember last October when Blumhouse CEO and Producer, Jason Blum insulted nearly every female horror fan. Blum was asked about the lack of female directors in his roster of films, and his response left people wanting when he said he just didn’t know any. After a wave of backlash about the improbability of a man who is VERY well connected in the horror world and whose JOB it is to know as many filmmakers as possible, to not know any female filmmakers, including the woman who was his personal assistant for several years.
Regardless, there was a very quick turn around and Blumhouse now has TWO whole movies, directed by women, coming out in the near future. The first being Sophia Takal’s remake of Black Christmas, the next being Chelsea Stardust’s Satanic Panic. Below is the first look at Takal’s movie, BEWARE: the trailer gives ALOT away.
Currently there is a revolution going on. A revolution that many don’t know about, but one that all people will be impacted by. That is the current Death Revolution. There are people working to change the way that we view death, the way we approach burials and to make funerals more accessible to all people. People like Caitlin Doughty who runs a youtube channel called Ask a Mortician, where she talks about different topics around death. In this episode she talks about the history of mummification and how far back it traces.
During the winter months, when the snow is coming down and the sunlight comes out for maybe 2 hours at most, it’s high time for baking! This is the time of year when my electricity bill is through the roof from my crock pot being fired up for 8 hours and my oven on 24/7 hours. It makes the house warmer and it smells like fresh baked goods or tasty chicken.
The Homicidal Homemaker has just what you need for when you’re snowed in at home with your axe wielding lover and psychic child, this Shining inspired roll cake!
Get your bake on and make sure you follow the Homicidal Homemaker on her youtube page!