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Watch Three Dark and Original Short Films

Submitted for your review today, three dark and original short films you can watch in a half hour when you’re killing time. I found them all entertaining. Burnt…

Terminator Genisys Breaks 10 Crucial Rules

My family just arrived home from Terminator Genisys, a mediocre movie by Terminator standards, and likely the last time we’ll see Arnold Schwarzenegger in this role. Despite excellent…

Fargo: Then and Now

These are some teaser images from a book we’re working on, a photographic history of Fargo featuring present day photos that are reshoots of classic shots from the…

Dying Day

Shadow Man: Dying Day

“I’m going to get some beer,” I said as I crushed my can and tossed it in the grass. My old “friends” barely noticed. I intended to get…

12 True Stories Begging for Movie Treatment

Truth really is stranger-than-fiction, and the news breaks on something unbelievable every day it seems. Every now and then I’ll read something and think to myself, “Wow. Why…

How a Lil Jon Concert Scam Unfolded in Fargo

A story about a bogus concert promoter who scheduled a fake tour featuring Drake hit the web yesterday, and it reminded me that I should really write this…

Twilight Zone in Space: Season One

Anthology TV has always been a guilty pleasure of mine. I suspect it’s old fashioned since the genre seems to have died out in the early nineties, but…

Devastation in the Aftermath of the 1957 Fargo Tornado

In the course of putting together a few coffee table books, we’ve spent a lot of time rooting through boxes of postcards at estate sales and antique stores,…

Fargo Riverfront Study 2015 Released

This is a process I’ve been following with great interest since the first push for a downtown renaissance zone and redevelopment began. The first real project to grab…

1966 Northern UFO Outbreak

When I posted a story about a 1966 UFO sighting in Donnybrook, North Dakota, I was inundated with messages from people who said there was a whole other…

Trailer: Insidious 3

After a decade of gore-fests like the Saw series, Hostel, or any of Rob Zombie’s movies, the new generation of mainstream horror continues to build. The success of…

The Original Fargodome

Some years ago when I was researching some historic Fargo happenings, I ran across an obscure webpage that featured a short blurb about a place called the Fargo…

A UFO Touchdown in Donnybrook

This post was inspired by the news that an internet archivist, John Greenewald, had recently released for download the UFO files he’d been collecting for decades via relentless…

Churches of the High Plains

Today we are happy to announce the upcoming release of our fourth book, Churches of the High Plains by Troy Larson and Terry Hinnenkamp. Churches of the High…

Trailer: The Lazarus Effect

Judging by the trailer, The Lazarus Effect will take us on a trip through all the best tropes of resurrecting the dead. This trailer brought to mind Pet…

Mad Max Fury Road

It’s always a joy when an original auteur gets to reimagine their own masterpiece. George Romero’s later films were as enjoyable as his early efforts and students of…

The Twilight Zone Marathon

New Years Day this year means SyFy has the Twilight Zone Marathon running. For those of us who’ve cut the cord, the good news is, there are a…

YouTube Alert: TV Horror

Since I cut the cable and and severed the satellite, I’m always looking for something good to watch. The choices range from one paid, streaming-only membership on Netflix,…

Resurrecting The Town That Dreaded Sundown

This reboot of the 1976 movie The Town That Dreaded Sundown resurrects in the national consciousness not only a cult-classic horror movie, but a true crime nightmare for…

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Pollinate: Tips for Creativity and Inspiration

Belief is a marketing and design agency that I became aware of some years ago via this video: Pollinate. I have watched this video on at least ten…