Chuck Hogan is the co-author, with Guillermo Del Toro, of The Night Eternal, which concludes their best-selling Strain trilogy. He is also the author of Prince of Thieves, recently filmed as The Town. Check him out: A quick Q&A with Chuck Hogan.

A one-of-a-kind exhibit is opening Friday at the Anchorage Museum, courtesy of The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh and a Portland author who has a book on posters from exploitation films. It’s called “SuperTrash.” It consists of more than 200 posters from films in the genres of horror, noir, exploitation, blaxploitation and science fiction, panning from the 1930s to the 1980s.

Looking for some exceptionally cheesy, seriously campy, giggle-y good horror? Check out, Todd & The Book Of Pure Evil. A brilliant show with a serious 1980’s horror vibe that caters specifically to the stoners and metalheads of that era.

When you think of Americana, comic books don’t necessarily come to mind. But those brief adventures are as American as apple pie and as threatened as the bald eagle, according to Steve Wyatt, founder of Bakersfield Comic-Con, which takes place today at the DoubleTree Hotel.

Richard Gordon, a B-moviemaker whose credits as a producer and executive producer of science fiction and horror films included Fiend Without a Face and The Haunted Strangler, has died. He was 85.

It was quite a turnout this year for the third annual Long Beach Comic & Horror Con held this Halloween weekend at the Long Beach Convention Center. There was a little bit of everything for fans of comic books, TV shows, movies, and web series. Con Report: Long Beach Comic & Horror Con 2011 – Panels, Cosplayers and More!

Konami’s famed survival-horror series will flood the entertainment market with an HD collection, a Vita game, a current-gen release and the debut of a new Silent Hill movie. Here’s hoping you like the Silent Hill franchise.

New Street Communications is pleased to announce the launch of a new horror fiction imprint, Dark Hall Press. In keeping with the rich and varied history of the genre, Dark Hall seeks to promote a diverse body of quality works, advancing the tradition of horror storytelling as well as providing exposure for up-and-coming writers. The full guidelines … Dark Hall Press.

Exclusive interview: Stephen King – the best-selling author speaks about his life, career and Scottish weather.

The Hammer films could never return to their glory days, most of the key people baring Christopher Lee, who’s still acting up a storm, are gone, so now we have the graphic novel – Flesh and Blood: Book One.

The Lovecraft eZine is a monthly online magazine (also known as an ezine) devoted to Lovecraftian horror. In addition to the monthly magazine, editor and founder, Mike Davis, blogs about all things Lovecraft several times a week.

New York Times best-selling author Ron Brackin has decided to use the horror trend to further the Gospel with his latest book, The Gospel According to Dracula: A Bible Study.

When DC Comics announced their New 52 slate of relaunch titles, a number of comics stood out as titles from the publisher’s history, having not been seen around the DCU for a while. But perhaps no title drew more questions than I, Vampire – the reinvention of DC’s ’70s vampire epic from writer Joshua Hale Fialkov, artist Andrea Sorrentino and cover artist Jenny Frison.

Today, comics rooted in horror elements exist at almost every publisher, and show no signs of going away again. Now, let’s look at 10 of the greatest horror comics ever on this most appropriate of days.

Becky Spratford is a readers advisor at the Berwyn Public Library. When she’s not running her two popular blogs, RA for All and RA for All: Horror, she is corrupting the minds of students at Dominican University’s Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Catch this interview with her: Becky Spratford

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