Wednesday Lee Friday
Wednesday Lee Friday is a writer of varied fact and fiction, but her first love will always be horror. She is the author of A Stabbing for Sadie, The Finster Effect, and the chilling Kiss Me Like You Love Me. Wednesday is a fan of black cats, The Simpsons, lemon soda, Jack Ketchum, and people who use good grammar. She knows enough Dothraki to buy a horse, and can tap dance and play the dulcimer—though not at the same time.
Articles by Wednesday Lee Friday
Despite shoestring budgets under $10 million, these hilarious comedies went on to be adored by fans and pull in big box office numbers.
Horror purists will tell you that the best horror movies have bleak endings. In fright flicks, the most likely outcome is also the most tragic.
Check out our collection of absurd, ridiculous, we-can't-believe-somebody-greenlit-that creatures to star in a B-movie.
The world of Harry Potter may be a magical one, but it's definitely not all sunshine and rainbows in the Potterverse.
Commissioner Gordon usually takes a backseat to a certain Bat-themed vigilante, but it's time Gotham's unsung hero got his due.
Despite fans raging to the contrary, surprising casting choices have given us beautiful films. Here are 15 awesome casting choices everyone hated.
Everyone's entitled to their opinion, and while Iron Fist certainly isn't Netflix's best Marvel series, it isn't nearly as bad as you might think.
Check out the Harry Potter scenes that were too disturbing, revealed terrible things, or so tragic that we still haven’t gotten over them.
While most would argue that Neville is not the hero of the Harry Potter world, we think he’s plenty heroic in his own right.
Wanting to sing is not the same as having natural talent, nor is it a substitute for the practice and discipline that go into mastering an art.
More than a few of JK Rowling's characters, spells, and other things that seem thoroughly unique and magical came from the world we live in every day.
Actors working in film and TV for at least 50 years, and who play young vibrant characters that belie our expectations for people their age.