Tucked among the holiday tentpole and Oscar bait movies opening at your local cinema this weekend is Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton’s gory little horror film The Collection. The Collection is a sequel to Dunstan and Melton’s 2009 film The Collector. Interview: Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton On Creating A Horror Sequel
T.G. Arsenault, recently retired from the United States Air Force, has published his second horror novel, Bleeding the Vein, through Gallows Press. The book tells the story of Retired Navy Petty Officer First Class Eddie Townsend, who falls in love with a Filipino woman on his first tour of duty. He couldn’t resist her and he soon peels back the thin veil masking her true identity. Now a struggling alcoholic, Eddie lives a reclusive life in Shadow Creek, a small Maine fishing community. Memories of his time in the Philippines come rushing back when a stench fills the air and threaten the demise of him and those around him. Chili author tells scary tale in second book
The Neighbors, Ania Ahlborn’s second novel, was inspired by a battered house and a fallen-over mailbox she passed every day, making her think of a perfect house on a perfect street that in fact is “where all the darkness is.” Book Talk: Do you really know who lives next door?
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Deck Z is a chilling and claustrophobic horror novel now out in bookstores. Pauls’ and Solomon’s novel posits that the unsinkable ocean liner was in big trouble well before it hit the iceberg; in the novel, a weaponized virus has gotten loose on the ship, turning passengers and crew into flesh-hungry monsters. Local authors deliver zombies to the Titanic
On Tuesday December 12th at 7:00 p.m. Dark Delicacies will hold a signing for the DVD release of Silent Night. Scheduled to be on hand for the signing are: Director Steven C. Miller, Cortney Palm (Maria), composer Kevin Riepl and cinematographer Joseph White. Dark Delicacies is located at 3512 West Magnolia Blvd in Burbank, CA and can also be reached via telephone at (818)556-6660 or email at [email protected].
“Mankind has failed. After economic ruin drives the world to its knees, darkness and anarchy reign supreme. In that darkness a group of damned angels, known as the Fallen, are hell bent on extinguishing humanity once and for all.” That is the synopsis provided by Canton-area author Adriana Noir at Good Reads, detailing her debut novel, a fantasy book titled Requiem: Book of the Fallen. Author Adriana Noir breaks into publishing with horror fantasy novel
Horror fans are living through a new ‘Golden Age’ of British horror films, according to the author of a new book on the subject which is being launched at the University of Leicester. Renowned horror critic MJ Simpson says that changes in technology and distribution mean that, on average, a new feature-length British horror film is now released every week. But because the media are only interested in big-budget productions such as The Woman in Black, many low-budget independent films remain largely unknown, even to keen horror fans. The ‘New Golden Age’ of British Horror Films