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Ask Morbidly Anything

If you’ve got burning questions, our talented team of writers and podcasters has answers; ask your anonymous question now!

In our series, Ask Morbidly Anything, we use answerthepublic.com to see what people are asking about in the world of genre entertainment, and then our talented team sets out to answer those burning questions! But we also are here to help tackle the big and small questions of our readers.

  • Need movie recommendations or curious if something is worth your time?
  • Have questions about how things work at Morbidly Beautiful, including how to become a writer?
  • Curious about something you’ve seen online that you want more information about?
  • Have an idea for an article?
  • Want to know what films you could watch that are similar to another film you love?

Use the form below to ask us whatever your heart desires anonymously. Questions and answers will be posted here, and more in-depth answers will be turned into an article for our AMA series.

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Answers So Far..

  • Someone asked:
    Does Mike Digrazia ever sign his illustrations? I have a 2017 sharknado hand drawn illustration that was signed in 2017. Thanks
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      I’m not sure. But you could try reaching out to him on Instagram @digmovieart or contact him via his website (there is an email address) at https://www.digraziart.com/. I’m sure he can help you out and verify the authenticity of those signed prints.
  • Someone asked:
    Hi, there's supposed to be a color film with a floating skull chasing someone up the stairs. When I checked the listing, AMC claimed it was "the screaming skull". I've seen this film, and it has no such scene, plus this film was in color. Do you know what it is? Thanks.
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      Do you remember any other details about the film? Do you know how recent or old the film is? The scene you're referring to might be from the horror film "The Haunting" (1999), directed by Jan de Bont. In this movie, there is a scene where a character is chased up the stairs by a floating skull. It's a modern adaptation of the classic horror novel "The Haunting of Hill House" by Shirley Jackson. It's currently on Pluto TV for free with ads if you're in the US and want to see if that's it. The scene occurs approximately halfway through the film. It takes place during a sequence where characters are exploring the haunted mansion and encounter various supernatural phenomena. If that's not it, let us know, and we'll keep digging. Either way, it's a pretty fun film!
  • Someone asked:
    Hello, I'm trying to track down a horror movie I watched on Tubi, unfortunately I do not recall the title. I believe the horror film is an American or Canadian independent, made after the year 2000? The acting is good; I recall the movie has a shorter run-time. The part of the movie that I recall most was a woman being hunted and captured in the woods by a satanic cult (later to be joined by a male captive, though not germane to the story). Part of the movie is narrated by a devil/demon; the "voice" sounds like two pieces of metal being rubbed together, subtitled in English. The devil/demon's voice speaks to how futile the woman's efforts and existence is. While the woman is captured, tied to a tree, a witch (I presume) informs the woman she will be sacrificed in a few days. The witch has blackened fingertips, as if dead. Eventually, the woman escapes and becomes confused trying to navigate the forest. The woman is then advised on an escape route by the spirit of her dead daughter (heard but not seen.) Thank You, Horror film fanatic
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      Honestly, you've stumped us. But we will continue to do research and ask our community. If we can turn up an answer for you, we will get back to you. Now, I want to see this film...whatever it is!
  • Someone asked:
    Are there any videos for new tarot card readers for Del Toro? And where do I find them
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      The deck comes with a lovely in-depth guidebook to help you read the cards. Here is a good walkthrough of the deck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tz-muLDkk4I Here’s another review/walkthrough: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QObx7TPv_08 And here’s a good reading using the deck: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RZ5B_vyt_w
  • Someone asked:
    Are there similar genres that are erotica themed?
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      Hey there. I'd love to help you with this question, but I'm not sure what you are asking. Are you looking for recommendations for good erotic horror movies? If you'd like to send a clarifying question, we'll get back to you ASAP.
  • Someone asked:
    I loved the writer RYLEE JEFFERS but do not see her profile or archive...is there a link to her? [email protected]
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      That writer isn't currently active on our site unfortunately, but here is a link to a few articles they contributed during their brief run with us: https://morbidlybeautiful.com/?s=RYLEE+JEFFERS
  • Someone asked:
    Hi there! If I have an independent film that I'd love for you to consider reviewing, what's the best way for me to contact you? Thanks, Stephanie!
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      You can email that link and information over to editor at morbidlybeautiful dot com, and we'd be thrilled to check it out!
  • Someone asked:
    Are you still planning to be active on Twitch? I saw the sign up form from the 2020 post, but doesn't look there's been any activity since. Super interested if you still want to explore horror gaming!
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      Hello! This is Stephanie, Morbidly Beautiful Editor-in-Chief. Honestly, we retired our program as we could never find the right person to help us get and keep it off the ground. However, I would LOVE to revisit this with the right person. If you think that's you, would you send me a separate message that goes to me directly? I'm at editor at morbidlybeautiful dot com. I'd love to chat and think this would be an awesome initiative to reboot this year, especially in honor of our recent eight-year anniversary!
  • Someone asked:
    Hey Man, great site. Got a Tubi Tuesday recommendation for you called: Foot Finding Feats Bigfoot Found or Fraud 2022. It's about a headcase trying to find Bigfoot but there isn't much Bigfoot. Screwy.
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      Thanks for the recommendation! We will add this to the review queue and try to post our thoughts soon. We appreciate you!
  • Someone asked:
    I WAS WONDERING IF YOU'D REVIEW MY LOW BUDGET HORROR/COMEDY FILM? Thank you
    • Stephanie Malone replied:
      Absolutely. You can send that over to [email protected], and we will put it in the review queue.