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UK's This Is Horror Announces Exclusive Premium Chapbook Series

British new kids on the block This Is Horror are seeking to cement their position as major champions of home grown and worldwide genre literature with the announcement of an exclusive, limited edition quarterly run of horror chapbooks.

UK Readers: Join Read Horror for a Literary Halloween Horror Night

If you live anywhere near Warwick, Warwickshire (natch!) and harbour a penchant for all things literary in the world of horror, then you’ll be interested to hear of Halloween Horror Night, an evening of terror taking place this October 31st at the Warwick Arts Centre courtesy of the folks behind Read Horror – the UK’s voice of horror literature – and featuring some very respected guest novelists. Read on for more!

2011 Grimm Up North Film Festival Announces First Wave of Special Guests

If you've lucky enough to live in or near Manchester, England, then you should definitely be planning to attend the upcoming Grimm Up North Film Festival, which runs October 6th-9th at the AMC Cinemas in the Great Northern Warehouse, Deansgate. Need more incentive aside from the great films they have lined up? Then check out their still in process special guest list!

Moody, David J. (Autumn Series, Hater, Dog Blood)

Back in 2005 a little-known British horror writer published a series of books under his own publishing banner, Infected Books. These books, collectively called the Autumn Series, had already created quite a sensation when the author, David J. Moody, made them available for download and nearly half a million people did so. Now some big publishing houses have taken note, and on October 26th St. Martin’s will be publishing the first book in the series, Autumn (in the UK Gollancz will be bringing the book out October 28th).

Author David J. Moody Talks the Autumn Series, Hater, and More!

Back in 2005 a little-known British horror writer published a series of books under his own publishing banner, Infected Books. These books, collectively called the Autumn Series, had already created quite a sensation when the author, David J. Moody, made them available for download and nearly half a million people did so. Now some big publishing houses have taken note, and on October 26th St. Martin’s will be publishing the first book in the series, Autumn (in the UK Gollancz will be bringing the book out October 28th).

Bayona Talks Hater!

All right, so there’s not a helluva lot of insight in this Q&A with The Orphanage director J.A. Bayona, but it is the first time he’s spoken about Hater, the upcoming adaptation he’s doing of David Moody’s book, so it’s worth a mention.

Orphanage Director Gets Hater Gig

Good news today for those of you waiting for more information on the Guillermo del Toro-produced adaptation of David Moody’s novel Hater; Universal has brought on The Orphanage helmer Juan Antonio Bayona to direct the film, according to Variety.

Del Toro & Uni Move on Hater

This morning it’s been officially confirmed via Variety that Universal has picked up David Moody’s 2006 novel Hater for film adaptation. Originally this was one of the many projects Guillermo del Toro was attached to direct before that little movie about hobbits took over his life.