When a young boy watches Santa Claus take a shovel to the head, he fears that Christmas is canceled and prays for God to bring back Santa and restore the festivities. As with Bloodsucking Fiends and Lamb , Moore has a knack for blending the profane with the humorous, which makes for a morbidly funny holiday read.
The Shining by Stephen King. In the novel, Jack genuinely fights his demons, for the sake of his career and out of love for his wife and psychic child. In the film, Jack barely maintains a sheen of sanity, and his isolation in the haunted Overlook Hotel quickly brings out his worst impulses. Learn a lesson from Jack and avoid croquet mallets, boiler rooms and topiary animals. Not one to be outdone by his dear old dad, Heart-Shaped Box and Horns author Joe Hill unleashed full holiday terror for his third novel, along with a warm embrace of the nostalgia-tinged magic so frequently employed by Stephen King.
Krampus: The Yule Lord by Brom. The European folkloric figure of Krampus, a demonic complement to Saint Nick who punishes wicked children, has permeated American culture in recent years, from the film of the same name to adorable novelty toys. Skip to content.
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We chatted with Kat about new music — which she has been holding onto and is finally ready to release to eager fans — upcoming shows, artistic and personal growth as well as self-preservation, among so much more. Kat Dahlia: It feels like everything. Kat Dahlia: In a way. Also, I think it helps make it look, aesthetically, like a new chapter. I definitely wake up every morning thinking about it and going to sleep thinking about it.
Kat Dahlia: Well, a lot of the weight is on you. I am the label. I am the everything now, so I really have the pressure on myself.
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I would rather it this way. Social media, everything, so much has changed the way that the world consumes information, music — everything is just faster. And while doing that, I can also continue to keep making. But it needed to be right, it needed to be stuff that I loved and something that I truly do believe in. It is important as an indie artist. But it takes time, and as that time goes on, two years, a lot of shit fucking happened.
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I wanted to make really, really, really good shit. Kat Dahlia: I was always doing it. I can do it in the way that I want to do it, in a way I think is cool. Kat Dahlia: I want it to be a female anthem. There are so many songs that girls are singing these days that are written by men, so they are not authentically our perspective.
They want to feel empowered, in love. They want to connect to stuff, just how I want to connect to stuff, that feels real.