Ever since learning that Anne Rice has a new book in the works about werewolves entitled The Wolf Gift at this past summer's San Diego Comic-Con, we've been wondering when we'll be able to get our hands on it. Well, the answer has come from the author herself!
In just a few days a new version of The Exorcist will be hitting bookstores and online outlets, and just like everything else that's massively cool, we have your hot ticket to score a copy on us!
We know a lot of our readers are always on the lookout for new and different stories to add to their bookshelves and Kindles so when news of J.S. (Jake) Bannerman's debut compilation of short stories and prose entitled The Pitchfork Diaries: Volume One crossed our desks, we just had to share.
It's hard to believe that it's been forty years since author William Peter Blatty wrote one of the single most terrifying novels the world has ever seen in The Exorcist, but alas, time flies! To celebrate this auspicious anniversary, Blatty has retooled his book a bit, thus creating The Exorcist: 40th Anniversary Edition. From the Press Release
He's back from the grave and ready to party. Well, that's not exactly right, but the fact is you can't keep a good ghost down, and William Castle certainly fits that description.
Beware, kids. Beware. After a five-year hiatus Clive Barker is returning to the young adult audience with the release of Absolute Midnight, the third book in the Abarat series, on September 27th. With more than 125 full-color illustrations done by Barker himself, Absolute Midnight is a beautiful addition to the New York Times best-selling series.
A short while ago we told you about the upcoming book from historian Scott Poole entitled Monsters in America: Our Historical Obsession with the Hideous and Haunting, which is being released October 15th, and now we have the official trailer and a link to a newly launched website to share.
Writer Garth Ennis has made a name for himself over the years with his work on several acclaimed comic series including Preacher, Punisher, Hellblazer, Judgment Day and so many more.
Alien. To refer to the film as a classic is an understatement. Its influence has permeated film, video games, books, music, you name it. Finally someone is looking to do it justice in print by releasing the ultimate retrospective ... Alien Vault.
Ah, October ... the month when every horror-related project under the sun is vying for genre fans' attention. This year, on the 15th day of the 10th month, historian Scott Poole's Monsters in America: Our Historical Obsession with the Hideous and Haunting targets everyone interested in Salem witches, frontier wilderness beasts, freak show oddities, alien invasions, Freddie Krueger, and more. By my count, that's just about all our readers, right?
Welcome to a world where cockroaches are the least of your problems. On November 15th Tachyon Publications will be unleashing Kafkaesque: Stories Inspired by Franz Kafka, edited by John Kessel and James Patrick Kelly. If you're at all a fan of the great Kafka, it definitely sounds like something worth checking out.
If there is any subject closer to a young horror filmmaker's heart than zombies, we don't know what it is. Most every horror director has touched on zombies in some way, and it remains a favorite subject to this day for aspiring filmmakers. Trust us; we see a lot of stuff come in for zombie films.
Despite being disgustingly cold, the undead have never been hotter, and we've got your first look at the latest zombie-ridden book shambling our way from writer Jonathan Maberry.
Children of the Sixties (and other fans of the era) should be quite excited to hear about an extra feature being included by Simon & Schuster in the enhanced eBook version of Stephen King's 11/22/63: a 13-minute film, written and narrated by King himself, that will take you back--as the novel does--to Kennedy era America.