A Sanatorium where time is not what it seems.
A dissection has never been described in such rich horror.
The seventh entry in my Archaeology of Weird Fiction challenge is a short, decadent tale set at an extravagantly cruel masqued ball.
"I tell it like it is, but always with empathy. Because I found empathy to be the most important thing."
Last week's post discussed the Indiana Jones series and the works of pulp fiction author A. Merritt, who may have partly influenced the movies. One modern (or postmodern) narrative continues the tradition of what I call archaeological adventure fiction: the video game series Uncharted. Hero Nathan Drake is a professional thief, who believes he is …