Someone either has way too much time on their hands or they’re a genius. Maybe they’re a genius with way too much time on their hands? Whatever the case is, the person is Seth Grahame-Smith and the book is Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I’ll just let that sink in for a moment...
I can’t think of anything that’s been floating around in my head for 25 years, outside of various explicit fantasies that I’m sure you don’t want to read about here, so it’s pretty impressive to me when someone, even someone like Stephen King, is able to take something he’s had in his brain pan for so long and actually get it on paper
I know. You're in California with nothing much going on. Then you hear it. The roar of the crowd. The blaring of sirens. It could only mean one thing ... Famous horror author Joe Knetter is in town signing copies of his latest book, Zombie Bukkake!
Sure, we've seen many Dracula films and books over the years, but not many of them got the Stoker seal of approval ... until now.
As if the man doesn't have enough on his plate already, the AP is reporting that Guillermo del Toro is slated to collaborate on a trilogy of vampire novels with renowned crime author Chuck Hogan.
Fans of John Everson's Bram Stoker Award winning book, Covenant (review), will have a chance to meet the author and have their copy of the novel personalized as early as this Friday.
Do you know who Christopher Moore is? Does the name ring any bells at all? If you’re a fan of horror and comedy, mixed together in an absolutely brilliant concoction, that name should be setting off bells and whistles left and right.
After reading Tim Curran's Resurrection, I simply had to interview him. I REALLY loved his book, even at 666 pages (yep, you read that right – 666).
Joe R. Lansdale has been called a Mojo storyteller, a cult figure, a gifted storyteller, a folklorist, and an American original. I prefer to think of him as a purveyor of the Southern Gothic genre with stops to deliver some of the best crime stories through his recurring characters Hap Collins and
In the last few years, with the advent of mp3 players and smart phones, the portability of media has led to a new medium in the realm of fiction: podcast fiction. Authors who want to share their work have serialized and even full cast dramatized their stories and released them for free to the masses
On October 5, 2010, Doubleday will be releasing one of THE scariest books I have had the privilege of reading so far this year. The book, The Dead Path, is already available in the UK (under the title The Darkening) and Australia. Dread Central recently had the great good fortune to