With book trailers being all the rage right now, we're surprised it took so long, but finally Knopf has released one for Anne Rice's The Wolves of Midwinter, which came out in mid-October and continues the Chronicles she began in The Wolf Gift.
Not to be outdone by the zombies and witches who have been stealing their thunder lately, vampires are heading back into the spotlight in a new documentary from former "Buffy/Angel" star Juliet Landau that will feature the likes of author Anne Rice and Dracula himself, Gary Oldman.
Now that October is over, we should have time to tear into The Wolves of Midwinter, Book 2 of Anne Rice's The Wolf Gift Chronicles, especially since the author has confirmed Book 3 is definitely coming. Read on for a few early details.
We thought it would be fun to reach out to the horror genre's biggest and brightest stars - both legends in the industry and up-and-coming superstars - to ask them two quick questions: What's your biggest fear, and what's your favorite scary movie?
Are you a fangbanger whose heart beats best for vamps? Then pay attention because NBC announced today that it will air the one-hour primetime special “Why We (heart) Vampires” on Friday, November 1st, at 8pm ET/PT.
A new book series featuring blood drinkers made by science rather than the supernatural has kicked off, and we have everything you need to know about Becket's six-part The Blood Vivicanti right here.
In October Anne Rice's The Wolf Gift Chronicles continue with The Wolves of Midwinter, and we have an excerpt from the book to share which reveals that along with werewolves, this latest chapter includes ghosts.
New York City is once again the setting for Gotham noir as the International Thriller Writers (ITW) brings ThrillerFest VIII to town from July 10-13, 2013, at the Grand Hyatt Hotel to celebrate the "art of the thrill."
As we've mentioned previously, Anne Rice's next novel in her The Wolf Gift Chronicles series, The Wolves of Midwinter, is arriving on October 15th from Knopf. We now have a look at the cover art along with the official synopsis and pre-sale info.
This past Sunday author Anne Rice appeared on "The Dinner Party Show," a live Internet show hosted by her son, Christopher, and Eric Shaw Quinn, and relayed some sad news to her fans anticipating the previously announced film adaptation of The Tale of the Body Thief.
Not only is Anne Rice's first foray into the werewolf sub-genre, The Wolf Gift, hitting paperback later this month with a spiffy new black cover, but it will also contain at the end a "teaser" first chapter of The Wolves of Midwinter, the novel's sequel.
Earlier this year author Anne Rice teased that she had completed her latest novel and would be sharing more information with her fans shortly. Well, that day has finally come, and we have all the details right here!
Sure, our focus right now is the upcoming San Diego Comic-Con, but lest anyone forget, New York hosts a Comic Con of its own in October, and promoter ReedPOP has announced that the first Spotlight Guest will be horror author Anne Rice.
Idea and Design Works, LLC (better known as IDW Publishing) have three impressive books (one currently in print and two about to drop) that we've got to give you the skinny on. Read on for info about the books you're going to have to have.