Former Coker College film and journalism teacher C. Michael Forsyth has just penned the horror novel Hour of the Beast. It’s his first novel and he wastes little time getting down to the nitty-gritty.
South Tempe resident Cathie Cameron just released her first book, Dead Enough, a dark novel set in the east Valley.
We rarely cover horror games these days, but just in case that’s your interest … Survival Horror games are getting rarer and rarer nowadays compared to the golden age of the late 90’s, yet, if one knows where to look, it’s easy to see the genre is alive and kicking – The 6 Best Survival Horror Games for Xbox 360
Learn more about horror’s history and these Midwestern horrors: The illustrations of Stephen Gammell and the stories of Donald Wandrei
Edgar Allan Poe once wrote an essay called “The Philosophy of Composition,” to explain why he wrote “The Raven” backward. Was he just blowing smoke?
Zebra Horror Books – here’s a Facebook Fanpage dedicated to Kensington Publishers Zebra horror books … profiling various Zebra Horror books from the ’80s and ’90s.
The musical version of Stephen King’s horror novel Carrie will be revived in New York in January, 24 years after it first flopped on Broadway.
Which books from Robert R. McCammon’s library are worth adapting to film? Here are five film-ready novels that are ripe with potential, according to Ryan Turek, Managing Editor of Shock Till You Drop.
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies will reunite director Craig Gillespie with his Fright Night writer Marti Noxon, who is reworking David O. Russell’s script for the literature/horror mashup.
Archaia plans to publish about 60 hardcover graphic novels this year and will launch a paperback line in August — starting with the Awakening Omnibus, a collection of the popular horror comic series created by Nick Tapalansky and Alex Eckman-Lawn.
In YellowBrickRoad eight people venture into the remote woods of northern New Hampshire. Care to guess how many get out alive? This indie horror flick by Andy Mitton and Jesse Holland stands squarely on the shoulders of The Blair Witch Project.
Horror novelist and comic book writer, Jonathan Maberry, has been contributing to this frightening genre for many years. Recently, Maberry found some time in his busy zombie filled schedule to answer a few questions for The Griffin’s Talon.
Priest is the first Hollywood film based on a graphic novel by a Korean artist.
Thousands of Jonathan Rand’s readers have visited several scary places through his widely popular <i>American Chillers and Michigan Chillers book series.
Konami pushes newest survival horror adventure to this winter and confirms new installment for Sony’s portable; HD-updated Silent Hill Collection also en route.
Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment will release the company’s first feature film production, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, on Blu-ray and DVD July 26, 2011.
Extinction Chronicles isn’t a typical horror novella with zombies and vampires. Author Jamie Horwath of Sugarloaf Township wanted it that way.
A Dark Dividing is a 2004 horror novel from the pen of Sarah Rayne is being re-released for the U.S. market. Catch this review on BC Books.
Adam Nevill’s powerful supernatural horror novel The Ritual was released last month, and consistent with his earlier two horror outings delivered high quality shocks and scares aplenty. Now catch an interview with Nevill on Spooky Reads.
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- HWA 2012 Specialty Press Award Goes to Centipede Press - February 14, 2013
- Deeply Odd (Odd Thomas) - February 14, 2013
- The Vampires of Bloody Island - February 14, 2013
- Deep Cuts Anthology Honors Women In Horror - February 13, 2013
- The Demonologist: A Novel - February 13, 2013
- Dark Regions Press New Sponsor For Bram Stoker Awards® Weekend 2013 - February 13, 2013
- Chasm - February 13, 2013
- The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination - February 13, 2013
- Ghostman - February 12, 2013