Dog World by Jason McKinney features a brave band of soldiers that survive the initial onslaught and fight for the survival of humankind.
Author Trevor Munson discusses the CBS series Moonlight, which won a People’s Choice award in 2008, and the book on which it was based, Angel of Vengeance.
Why would an acclaimed literary author write a book about werewolves and vampires? Why not, asks Glen Duncan. Catch this interview with Duncan by Paul F. Cockburn on The Skinny.
If you haven’t read it yet and are thinking about reading it, Stephen King fans can read a review of The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon online. The review is written by Jeff Sullivan and appears on MansfieldPatch.
If you enjoyed Insidious, here’s a short list of ten other haunting movies from the Widescreen Warrior that might give you the creeps.
Joel A. Sutherland discusses his personal experience with Leisure Books/Dorchester Publishing and how it eventually resulted in him terminating his two novel contracts with the company.
Screen Junkies takes a look at 10 Great Vampire Movies.
The Red Room, David Hughes Dance’s award-winning and critically acclaimed production, is opening its nationwide tour at The Maltings. The produciton is an interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s 19th century classic tale, “The Masque of the Red Death” resulting from a collaboration between David Hughes and award-winning theatre director Al Seed. According to Hughes, the show definitely had the shock factor.
Nancy Fontaine reviews Warm Bodies by Isaac Marion on Seattle PI.