Author Jeffery X Martin Unleashes Horror Novel, ‘The Flock’

Tim Murr interviews author Jeffery X Martin about his new horror novel, ‘The Flock,’ available today from Shadow Work Publishing.

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Biff Bam Pop’s Alien Invasion rolls camera on Super 8

When the trailer for JJ Abrams’ Super 8 first hit the public eye, everything about it seemed so mysterious. It appeared as a sort of supernatural film, but it was … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Alien Invasion rolls camera on Super 8

Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Elvis Costello’s Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink

From those devoted to nervous, modern rock to lovers of sweeping, classical-infused melodies, from lyricists to critics, hipsters, and Gen X fans who caught the buzz in the days of … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2015: Elvis Costello’s Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink

Biff Bam Pop Holiday Gift Guide: Strange World: A Biff Bam Pop! Anthology

This holiday season, a lot of books are going to be given as gifts. Due to recent film releases, how many copies of Life of Pi, The Hobbit or Les … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop Holiday Gift Guide: Strange World: A Biff Bam Pop! Anthology

Big Ideas On The Big Screen – Phillip K. Dick In Hollywood

Words like “imaginative”, “mind-bending”, and “psychologically unsettling” are often applied to the science-fiction novels of Phillip K. Dick. He wrote stories with big ideas. At the same time, his novels … Continue reading Big Ideas On The Big Screen – Phillip K. Dick In Hollywood

Biff Bam Pop’s Favorite Couples—Guest Blogger Janice Gable Bashman On Hannibal and Clarice

Hannibal “The Cannibal” Lecter and Clarice Starling aren’t your average couple. They’re anything but average. Two diametrically opposed people who together create one of the most intriguing couples, in their … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Favorite Couples—Guest Blogger Janice Gable Bashman On Hannibal and Clarice

Considering the Colloquium: Toronto specfic fans celebrate their literary love

Speculative fiction – that wonderful branch of literature that encompasses the genres of science fiction, fantasy, horror and all their cross-bred permutations – is often the maligned sibling of the … Continue reading Considering the Colloquium: Toronto specfic fans celebrate their literary love

The Writer or The Character?: Andy Burns Mulls Charlie Huston’s Deathlok and Jonathan Maberry’s Black Panther

A few interesting things came out of Comic-Con this past weekend, including the revelation as to one of the big projects author Charlie Huston has coming up for Marvel. You … Continue reading The Writer or The Character?: Andy Burns Mulls Charlie Huston’s Deathlok and Jonathan Maberry’s Black Panther