Written by: Matt Molgaard At the moment I’ve got 21 physical copies – not including already assigned novels – in the review queue, awaiting coverage. 10 of them are zombie novels. In the past few weeks we’ve discussed World...―
Written by: Tim Meyer and Chad Scanlon There have been plenty of great novels that made excellent feature films. There’s also a plethora of awful ones. Today we examine some horror classics that have been adapted into the cinematic ...―
Written by: Emmet O’Cuana Being a ‘hero’ in a horror novel is a bit like trying to have a rational conversation on the internet, or wandering out into the middle of a demolition derby track and flagging down a passing vehicle. It ...―
We’re seeing all kinds of posters surface for Stephen King’s upcoming sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep. And let me tell you, there are a wealth of absolutely fantastic cover work floating about the net. So, it seemed only ...―
Written by: Matt Molgaard Everybody loves a hero. But in the realm of horror, the villain is often just as memorable, if not more. Take for example Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Is it Jonathan Harker that immediately leaps to mind when discussing ...―
The idea that there is going to be a Joe R. Lansdale Appreciation Day is to put it mildly, exciting. When I was a kid I wanted to grow up and be a writer because I discovered comics were written. I made my own, wrote and drew them, but the art ...―
Written by: Wayne C. Rogers First, the things Joe R. Lansdale and I have in common. We both entered this world on October 28th in the early morning hours. Joe was born in 1951, and I in 1950. We both began to practice the martial arts as ...―
Written by Ray Slater Jnr. (Edited by James Keen) “Fiction is based on reality unless you’re a fairy-tale artist, you have to get your knowledge of life from somewhere. You have to know the material you’re writing about before ...―
Written by: Matt Molgaard Joe R. Lansdale separates himself from the majority of the pack with his limitless imagination. The man thinks so far outside of the box it’s often challenging to grasp precisely what you’re reading. But...―
Written by: Emmet O’Cuana “I knew that much of the “great” literature of the world had, along with the great virtues that made them classics, great flaws. Dostoyevsky, Dickens, Melville, and Twain are splendid examples of...―
Written by: Tyler Reedy Known as the Champion Mojo Storyteller, Joe R. Lansdale has been slinging out novels since before I was born and his prolific career has included several mediums. Currently a resident of Nacogdoches, Texas with his wife ...―
Written by: Marshall Moore, author of The Concrete Sky and The Infernal Republic When I was 11 or so, I decided it was time to go upstairs and start reading books meant for adults. At my hometown library, housed in a 1930s-era mansion on the edge ...―
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