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Get FREE Killer Abs from D.R. O'Brien on May 25th; Listen to Brizzy Voices' Audio Excerpt Today!

Tomorrow, May 25th, author D.R. O'Brien will be offering free Kindle downloads of his new horror comedy short story Killer Abs, and to pump you up for it, he joined forces with YouTube star Brizzy Voices to bring readers a very special version of his new weight-loss horror comedy.

Exclusive: Read the Copping Squid Short Story from Black Wings of Cthulhu!

We all love H.P. Lovecraft, don't we? If not, please feel free to turn your Justin Bieber CD back on and spin that latest episode of "Pretty Little Liars"; you're not gonna find much here to suit your fancy.

John Skipp Cooks Up the Hollywood Alphabet Soup of Horror

There's no doubt that amongst the hardcore horror crowd there are few authors as beloved as John Skipp so any time the man turns out something new, we're all over it so you can be all over it. We're good like that.

6th annual South African HORRORFEST Film Festival

The South African HORRORFEST Film Festival is the only Halloween event of its kind on the continent, and this year celebrates its 6th annual outing. The deadline of end-August 2010 is approaching fast for short film-, feature film-, and short story entries. All details at: http://www.HORRORFEST.info Check out the killer event promo produced (in 2009) by HORRORFEST organizers Paul Blom & Sonja Ruppersberg: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFh62j-3IpI (to be expanded soon)
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Issue 1 of Stephen King's N. Hits Comic Stores Today!

Today's the day that Issue #1 of the four-chapter graphic novel N., based on Stephen King's short story of the same name, hits the retail market. As publisher Marvel Comics says, "No horror fan can afford to miss this alarming tale!"

Marvel to Publish Graphic Novel Based on Stephen King's N.

Another day, another Stephen King story ... at least that's how it's seemed lately. Fans of the author's short story "N." should be happy to learn that Marvel will be publishing N., a new four-part graphic fiction adaptation of King's chilling story in his recently released collection Just After Sunset.