SunDay FunDay: School Ground Parodies

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Do you ever have those moments where you suddenly wake up with a song stuck in your head that you haven’t sung, listened to, or been exposed to in years? I’m talking decades, here!

Well… this morning I woke up with a parody of the working song the Seven Dwarves sing in Disney’s Snow White, which you’ll remember going something like this: Continue reading

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SunDay FunDay: Five Horror Cartoons That Shaped Our Childhood

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slide_237811_1207064_freeWhen I try to look back and think about what it was that warped my mind into loving horror, it’s hard to pinpoint one thingΒ that caused me to enjoy the so-called “dark side”, ultimately resulting in my eventual love for writing about it. I remember reading things like Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Goosebumps series books and the thrill they brought. I remember watching Stephen King’s It at a slumber party around the age of eleven or twelve, and how it profoundly affected me. I recall scary campfire stories with the Girlscouts, and touring a haunted manor house on a storytellers tour called Southern Ghosts around the age of eight. It’s hard to attributeΒ my early love of horror on just one thing, as it seems to be a cumulative sort of trait. In my trip down memory lane, I also thought of some of my favorite creepy, weird, and downright spooky cartoons from throughout the nineties. I was born in ’85, so the nineties were prime horror-cultivating years for me. I’ve compiled a list of five cartoons for us to reminisce over. Continue reading