Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide 2013–Every House Is Haunted By Ian Rogers

It’s the holiday season. It’s cold outside and the snow has piled up as high as the windowsill. Dinner has been finished, the table and plates cleaned, and, as the … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Holiday Gift Guide 2013–Every House Is Haunted By 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 … Continue reading My Favourite Horror Film: Ian Rogers on how two particular musical notes keep him out of the water

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

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

Ian Rogers Presents The Biblio-Files – Episode 8: The Drowning Pool by Ross McDonald

Ross Macdonald is best known for his series of detective novels featuring private investigator Lew Archer (named after Sam Spade’s partner, Miles Archer, in Dashiell Hammett’s “The Maltese Falcon”). Archer … Continue reading Ian Rogers Presents The Biblio-Files – Episode 8: The Drowning Pool by Ross McDonald

Interview With The Author: Andy Burns Talks To Ian Rogers About The Black Lands, Felix Renn and Life As A Writer

Frequent Biff Bam Pop readers are familiar with the name Ian Rogers, he of the insightful Lostcolumns of the final two seasons and the more recent Biblio-Files book recommendations. He … Continue reading Interview With The Author: Andy Burns Talks To Ian Rogers About The Black Lands, Felix Renn and Life As A Writer