CBR News spoke with Denton and Keene about the book’s horror comic brethren, what event turned a normal guy into the Fleshdigger and exactly how the concept came to be. CBR News

The Devil’s Rock, funded by the New Zealand Film Commission and showing on 14 screens nationwide, is director/scriptwriter Paul Campion’s first full-length feature.

Daniel Craig is Will, a book editor who is leaving his job to begin life in his Dream House spending more time with his family and writing a novel. Catch this review of Dream House.

John Dies at the End first appeared on the web in 2001 as a webserial, which drew 70,000 fans to read it online. The book was finally published in 2007 and then expanded and published again in 2009. Catch the new teaser trailer…

Horror stories have always been popular – at least among some readers. But the past few years have seen so many vampire books that it has become not just a trend but an avalanche of the undead. And now zombies have been thrown in … vampires and zombies and teenage angst.

When the team behind the gory horror-comedy Tucker & Dale vs. Evil went searching for a comic book artist to create a limited-edition poster for the film, they definitely went looking in the right direction. Revealed earlier this month, the Tucker & Dale poster created by illustrator Tony Moore not only offers up a great caricature of the film and its stars, but it harkens back to the work he did on another project you might be familiar with: The Walking Dead comic book series

Stillking Films have optioned Adam Nevill’s horror novel The Ritual. Published in the U.K. in 2011 by Macmillan UK, the book will be published in the U.S. by St Martin’s Press in 2012.

The writers don’t pull any punches, and the result is a descriptive horror-fest of blood and filth that takes your imagination to places it would rather not go. Catch this review of The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor.

Though autumn is upon us, Halloween is still four weeks away. But that’s not stopping the annual dump of horror movies, some of which opened this last Friday. Here’s what’s coming…

In the 1940s and ’50s, a hysteria snowballed across the US, leaving in its wake the powdery ashes of burned books. Which books? Comic books. Not just bloody crime and horror books, but also the Batman tales (deemed “homoerotic”). Catch the rest: Barrick exhibit details the life of comic books and the controversial ‘50s boycotts

Burien Little Theatre is presenting a world premiere adaptation of the horror story Frankenstein, written by Roxanne Ray and based on the novel by Mary Shelley. This classic horror story is particularly relevant in an age when cloning, nanotechnology and genetically modified organisms are becoming a reality.

Here’s a fun little topic: Horror movies with top actors. Read past the top ten to the ten misses.

Scott Snyder, a rising star in comics, worked with horror writer Stephen King on American Vampire, Snyder’s ongoing Vertigo series. Hero Complex contributor Travis Walecka caught up with Snyder to chat about the series, about horror in general and more.

Scared of Bambi: master of horror Stephen King explains the difference between horror and terror. Catch TCM Night at the Movies: The Horrors of Stephen King, a 58-minute special airing as part of Turner Classic Movies’ October-long horror fest.

Wes Craven talks about the long-awaited home video release of horror sequel Scream 4 – which continues the popular franchise on Blu-ray and DVD October 4th – the possibility of more sequels, and the Vespa accident that made him realize he’s been doing it right all these years in terms of gory special effects.

Three of the world’s leading horror authors will be at a glamorous evening at Bournemouth’s Print Room restaurant on Friday October 7 as part of its Horrorlitic programme of horror in the arts. Attending the dinner will be Ramsey Campbell, Graham Masterson, Chris Priestley, Stephen Laws and Christopher Fowler.

Bedbugs, the latest psychological horror-thriller by Ben H. Winter, will make you itch, make you carefully inspect every tiny black dot you see, and make you look at apartment rental in a whole new way. Read the full review: Bedbugs

Nobody would blame a horror fan for going into Juan of the Dead full of negative preconceived notions. The zombie genre is so oversaturated right now, so full of terrible attempts to churn out a cheaply shot tribute to the works of George Romero without adding anything new to the genre, that many horror fans have come to dread any new film that features the undead.

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