This Side of Sanguine’s Take The Invisible Out Of The Invisible Man

The Universal Monsters have been trying to get their well-worn boots off the ground in Hollywood for some time now, and it’s been well published that 2020’s The Invisible Man starring Elisabeth Moss is the new take on the H.G. Wells classic about a scientist named Griffin who has successfully discovered the ability to turn invisible but … Continue reading This Side of Sanguine’s Take The Invisible Out Of The Invisible Man

This Side of Sanguine’s We Need To Be Talking About The Creature From The Black Lagoon

When you mention the Universal Monsters what typically comes to mind is the black and white old school horror characters of Dracula, Frankenstein, The Mummy and The Wolfman. These creatures, who had their start in novels, have been re-created, hailed and popularised in many ways, and stand firm as the best horror characters ever written. But there’s … Continue reading This Side of Sanguine’s We Need To Be Talking About The Creature From The Black Lagoon

This Side of Sanguine’s See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

Losing one of your five senses – touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste – is a terrifying thought to many people, especially the ability to hear and speak as it is a huge basis of our forms of communications. Well, horror genres like to capitalise on some of our greatest fears, and even something simple like the … Continue reading This Side of Sanguine’s See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil

HerCanberra’s Everything You Wanted To Know About Canberra Sex Workers

Canberra’s adult industries have long been a point of fascination, but for some Canberrans, sex work is just a part of their normal life. Anita* and Miranda* are two such Canberrans, who both work at Red Door—Canberra’s only female-owned and run licensed erotic massage venue. Anita has been a sex worker for five years, while … Continue reading HerCanberra’s Everything You Wanted To Know About Canberra Sex Workers

In Pursuit Of Hygge’s 15 Easy Switches To Make Your Home Reduce Your Environmental Impact

I’m not going to badger you about straws – we already know the deal with how bad those little plastic suckers can be! But with the fires destroying homes and lives in Queensland and NSW, not to mention polar ice caps melting, plastic-choked oceans and extreme weather in practically every corner of the globe, it … Continue reading In Pursuit Of Hygge’s 15 Easy Switches To Make Your Home Reduce Your Environmental Impact

HerCanberra’s How To Clear Writer’s Block This National Writing Month

It’s National Novel Writing Month! For those who don’t know—National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is a challenge for budding writers, where you commit to writing 50,000 words of a novel in thirty days—that’s 1667 words per day! Starting November 1 each year, thousands of people sit down with the tools, structure, community and encouragement … Continue reading HerCanberra’s How To Clear Writer’s Block This National Writing Month

Supanova’s “Family Don’t End With Blood”: The Recipe That Made Supernatural Historic

With an extremely heavy heart, the much-loved stars of Supernatural – Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins – announced earlier this year that its upcoming 15th season would be the show’s last. Many TV shows begin to wane after their initial first and second seasons, but with over 300 episodes, an army of fans, and characters … Continue reading Supanova’s “Family Don’t End With Blood”: The Recipe That Made Supernatural Historic

This Side of Sanguine’s Brightburn Is The Anti-Superman Movie Horror Needed

DC Comics have touched on the idea of an evil Superman in many different ways, from comic book sagas to the film Batman vs Superman. Superman’s alter ego Clark Kent is sent to Earth in a space ship by his parents who live on the alien planet Krypton, and he becomes the caped crusader of … Continue reading This Side of Sanguine’s Brightburn Is The Anti-Superman Movie Horror Needed