Ever since its World Premiere at Fantastic Fest in 2017, the zombie musical ANNA AND THE APOCALYPSE has taken the horror genre by storm. Recently,
Hey! Welcome to Thrift Store Finds, a series of digital reviews of analogue books from the heyday of horror paperbacks. I promise this won’t be
Nothing in horror fiction is so well-trod as the haunted house. Whatever variations you throw into the themes and tropes of the genre, audiences and
Witches. Pirates. Ghosts. A curse. A tropical storm that threatens to reveal secrets long buried. And a cat called Bacon who may or may not
PREDATORS, the latest work from prolific indie author Michaelbrent Collings, is a peek inside the heart of darkness and the brutal savagery of mere existence.
Sitting here in 2018, it’s easy to look at the 1990s as somewhat of a “lost decade” for horror films. Sure, there were a few
It may have taken me 29 years, but I finally found time to read Stephen King’s Misery. Well, to be honest, I didn’t actually read it. I listened