The Week in Horror has a fresh trailer for Guillermo Del Toro’s NIghtmare Alley, details about Roxanne Benjamin’s ‘There’s Something Wrong With the Children’, a horror-themed cookbook from A24, and much more!
Decorum features one of the best writers in comics today at the top of his game, and is one of the best looking books on shelves.
This week E.A. Henson looks at the cool new Age of Apocalypse Iceman figure, while combating manufacturing issues with Spider-Man 2099.
With Don’t Say Its Name, Ruben Martell and Gerald Wexler have written a fantastic thriller that will sit with you long after you’ve watched the film.
Batman Secret Files: The Gardner gives Bella Garten an amazingly fleshed out backstory complete with ties to the larger DC Universe.
The Week in Horror is getting decked out for the holidays with a couple of Christmas horrors, as well as projects from unlikely stars Dave Grohl and former WWE star Bray Wyatt!
AEW presents its final PPV of the year with Full Gear tonight and Andy Burns, Sachin Hingoo, and Jeffery X Martin give their predictions for the big show!
If you love the work of Mark Millar, you’re going to love King of Spies.
Seeing as how fans are in a bit of a Marvel Legends boom, Josh Wallen grabbed three of his recent additions to share with us all.
Although there’s no pea soup volcano vomiting scenes in The Old Ways, what this exorcism film offers is just as frightening.
What’s The Furthest Place From Here? tells the story of what happens at the end of the world from a youthful, music-laden perspective.
As we move into the end of 2021, The Week in Horror has stuff coming up from heavyweights like Darren Lynn Bousman, Rob Savage, and even the master himself, Dario Argento!