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Stitch Yourself Together For ‘Mary Shelley Monster Hunter#1’ On The Wednesday Run

Follow the real-life exploits of nineteenth century novelist Mary Shelley – who not only wrote the greatest of monster novels, but also experienced the entire adventure firsthand!

The Week In Horror: Festival Season Cometh, Zombies, ‘F13: The Final Chapter’ Turns 35

Film fests crank up, Eibon Press pushes Fulci canon, one of Jason’s best outings turns 35, and a BBP regular releases a new book in ‘The Week in Horror.’

The Week In Horror: ‘American Horror Project Vol. 2,’ ‘Child’s Play,’ ‘The Last Drive-In,’ ‘Swamp Thing’

Big news from Arrow Video, WonderCon, and the DCEU as Tim Murr remembers some genre icons while celebrating the drive-in mutants in ‘The Week in Horror.’

The Week In Horror: ‘The Toxic Avenger,’ Jason Voorhees, Bay Area Metal

In ‘The Week in Horror,’ Toxie gets a makeover, clear some more shelf room for Jason Voorhees, and San Francisco thrash takes the spotlight.

Review – In Jordan Peele’s ‘Us,’ We Are The Monsters

Jordan Peele’s new horror movie, ‘Us,’ is a twisted mirror image nightmare and in his review, Sachin Hingoo calls it “scary as hell.”

Rebuilding Frankenstein: An Interview with ‘Depraved’ Director, Larry Fessenden

Tim Murr interviews Larry Fessenden, director of modern Frankenstein film, ‘Depraved,’ about his new movie, parenting, and the legacy of the Monster.