In case you don't already have enough reasons to watch CBS' summer series "Under the Dome," a new TV spot for Stephen King's upcoming Doctor Sleep is going to air during the premiere, but knowing how much you hate to wait, we have it right here!
A few days ago we posted a story about artist/author E.B. Hudspeth's first novel, The Resurrectionist: The Lost Work of Dr. Spencer Black, and if you were as intrigued by the premise as we were, this latest contest should be of interest.
Another horror film has passed through the Kickstarter gauntlet and come out a winner. Blood Kiss, a vamp noir, was written by Michael Reaves, who is suffering from Parkinson's Disease. The horror community has rallied behind this project and is making it a reality.
Jeffrey Wilson knows a thing or two about warfare, having served two tours in Iraq as a trauma and combat surgeon, so we were definitely intrigued when we heard about his war novel/supernatural thriller mash-up Fade to Black. Here are a few more details about the new book published by JournalStone.
You could read comics from now until doomsday and never find a title quite like Pregnant Bitches of War, one of the new releases from Fried Comics. Couple that with Fried's Deadskins, and you've got a pretty awesome launch.
Quirk Books has released a trailer for The Resurrectionist: The Lost Work of Dr. Spencer Black, the first novel by artist/author E.B. Hudspeth, and since it's "deliciously macabre and beautifully grotesque... with the added allure of gorgeous, demonically detailed drawings," we had to share it.
Cemetery Dance is publishing The Influence by Bentley Little, a brand new 400+-page novel due out this coming October 29th. In addition to the trade hardcover, they'll also have a Signed Limited Edition and a Deluxe Signed & Traycase Lettered Edition. Read on for the details.
A few weeks back we heard about the new zombie-themed Archie comic headed our way, and now we have an exclusive early look at the variant artwork for Issue #1 by drawn by Tim Seeley.
Deadbeat - Makes You Stronger (review here) proves that sometimes death is only the start of our problems. We recently chatted with author Guy Adams about his new novel, what inspired its dark moments and what lies ahead for the Deadbeat series.
Ecko Rising (review here) by Danie Ware takes the reader on an amazing sci-fi adventure like no other. We recently chatted with the author about her new novel, the next two books in the trilogy, and more.
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."
In early March we got word that a new Archie comic that includes zombies is on its way, and now we hear that Warner Bros. Pictures has closed a deal for a live action movie based on the series. If it will also include the undead isn't clear, but just in case here are the details.