Author Archives: Ian Rogers

My Favourite Horror Film: Ian Rogers on how two particular musical notes keep him out of the water

I’ve been watching horror movies since I was… well, too young to be watching them. So coming up with my favourite is no easy feat. It’s like trying to decide which one of your kids you love the most. At best, I can tell you what my favourite horror movie is right now. Actually, it makes my top spot most days.

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Villains & Monsters Week – My Favourite Horror Villain: Ian Rogers on why he doesn’t go into the woods at night

Over the years we’ve seen all manner of movie monsters grace the silver screen. But when it comes to picking a personal favourite, I had to go with one you didn’t actually see.

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Stephen King Week: Ian Rogers on the scariest pronoun in horror literature: “IT”

When it comes to writing about an influential work of Stephen King, I think most people would probably end up choosing The Stand. As one of his most popular works, it’s the obvious choice. But for me, when it comes to the Stephen King book that entertained me the most as a reader, and influenced the most as a writer, I’d have to go with IT.

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H.P. Lovecraft Week: Ian Rogers on The Real Ghostbusters — The Collect Call of Cathulhu

My first exposure to H.P. Lovecraft didn’t come from his stories, but rather a cartoon that aired back in the 1980s called The Real Ghostbusters. This was, of course, an animated series based on the popular film about a band of ghost-hunters-for-hire operating out of an old firehall in New York City.

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