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Eddie, whom Tucker had introduced to the bizarre pleasures of classic horror films, finds the big city a welcoming environment and achieves success as a comic TV horror-movie host (“Captain Casket”), marries (Ann) and fathers a daughter (Wallis).| Read Full Review of Witches on the Road Tonight
It is 1940, and in rural Virginia a group of children play a game while eight-year-old Eddie Alley watches.Mar 10 2011 | Read Full Review of Witches on the Road Tonight
As the boy’s mother, Cora, matter-of-factly tells the writer, once witches slip into a family, they’re hard to get rid of.| Read Full Review of Witches on the Road Tonight
Jasper, Wallis and Eddie find the remnants of Tucker’s clothing confirming the tale Eddie told Jasper of Cora’s role in Tucker’s disappearance.Mar 03 2011 | Read Full Review of Witches on the Road Tonight
But when he's visited by a writer and glamorous photographer researching American folklore for the WPA, the spell of his mother’s unorthodox life is violently disrupted, and Eddie is inspired to pursue a future beyond the confines of his dead-end town.
He leaves for New York and becomes a ...
Holman shines a light on the ways in which we perceive fear, violence and monstrosity, the idea of what scares us and how fear is manipulated—the impact of the messages of fear and the mythologies we build around that which terrifies us.Sep 15 2011 | Read Full Review of Witches on the Road Tonight
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